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fledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Entabtished for the Benefit of All.
SATUKDAY, .TAX. 13. 1891.
V. 0. lies liavo as tuauy lives as a
oat. Latoly a P. 0. propagandist iu
tbo Stntos rcfurred to tlio sclioino of
settling the crown lauds, saying that
thero was no show for people desi
rous of being settlers nndor tbo
monarchy. This lie has been nailed
over and over again here, but it is
repeated with as much unction as
ever at homo and abroad. The
tnitli is that tlte best scheme of
settlement of either public or pri
vate lauds ever broached was that
adopted by Queen Liliuokalaui two
jean ago. It reserved the lauds
strictly for settlement by Hawaiiaus,
preventing their over becoming the
prey of speculators, aud required
the settlers to plant n eortaiu pro
portion of the laud iu eolTee, so as
to ensure a steady product. All the
terms wore exceedingly liberal. A
recent issue of tho I. G. organ had
the audacity to talk of benefits tho
native Hawaiiaus would receive
from confiscation of tho crown lands
b tho oligarchy. What some of
the leading supporters of the oli
garchy have their cupidity whotted
upon juM now is the prospect of a
chemo being devised which will
muhe the croun lauds a prey to the
mortgage-broking laud sharks. They
could never hae become so under
the Queen's plan. While the organs
have so much to say about lauds
held from the people by the mon
archy, cannot the add something
regarding tho amount of benefit the
public has ever received from tho
wist laud holding- of the pillars of
WAN. IN THE P. O. CAMP.
Yesterday's Hawaiian Star was re
bellious enough against the l. U. to
be worthy of tho cognizance of the
otllcial press censor -Senator Ktume-luth,--but
as that gentleman is one
of the directors of the erratic organ,
it is to be presumed that he will
give himself up as a rebel at next
meeting of the Councils. "A Note
of Warning" i tho heading of tho
leading article, but strange to say it
is a warning of tho weakuess of tho
I. U. at Washington. It stamps tho
whole raft of 1. G. diplomatists
there with the brand "X. G." Its
remarks are too oxeruciatlugly cut
ting on the men it lately lauded to
tho skies for the obscurity of its
owu columns. After telling its
readers that Messrs. Spreckels and
Davies are putting up money for a
royalist lobby iu Washington, aud
that Messrs. Parker, Peterson, Mac
farlaue aud Ashford are to compose
tho lobby, the Slur says:
Whom hate wo at Washington to
meet this conspiracy? Mr. Thurs
ton, if permitted by his privuto busi
ness to stay in the American capital,
can hardly figure among the active
workers against the policy of that
part of the American Government
to which he is accredited. Neither
cau Mr. Hastings. By nature aud
inclination Mr. Alexander Is not a
worker iu tlit lobby and Mr. P. (J.
Jones' health is such that he might
not bo able to do very much. Col
ouel Spaulding Is left to play a lotio
hand against the astute agents of
the Trust aud against the workers
which that monopoly will draw free
ly to its sido from the confines of
the monarchist camp iu Hawaii.
That is the richest reading that
ha ever appeared iu the organ of
the Annexation Club, liven if Mr.
Thurston can leave his ten-cent
show to give a little attention to the
duties for which he receives a high
halary from the Hawaiian troasury,
he is of very small account as a dip
lomat anyway when it comes to
combating the policy of the Statu
Department. Thii is what the Star
says iu other but not less bitter
words. Is not that what tho Hi'i.u;
tin aud the Holomua have been tell
ing the public and the P. (!. all
along, that Mr. Thurston has been
drawiug a big salary a-. Minister at
Washington while attending htrictly
to his show business at Chicago aud
San Francisco.' And that he i the
poorest kind f a diplomat if he was
not only a lom-rcidcut Minister
"near" oiu great anil good friend- -'near,"
. ., only from ono day's to
two weeks' journey most of tho
time aud taking leave.- of absence
out of tho country iu contempt of
Tho highly ornamental Mr. Has
tings is only treated to four words
of stingiug contempt. The emi
nently respectable, history-fortified
Professor Alexander, whose depar
ture was signalized by a great blaio
of trumpets, has been weighed iu
the balance nf the Annexation Club
and found wanting. And P. ('.
.loncs is sick of tho whole business.
Col. Spalding, whose name the Star
has not yet learned, i.s tho only euro
left, but his jawbone is the kind that
needs more of a Goliath-mind than
its owner's behind it to prevail
against tho Philistines, and sugar is
too low to admit of liin spending for
his party more of the fortune he
amassed under the "rotten mon
archy." All theso "thoughts" load up to
an "application," which is this:
If thero was over the need of able,
experienced aud industrious poli
ticians at Washington in behalf of
tho Hawaiian domocracy that need
exists now iu a supremo degree.
Which moans: "If you don't want
mo iu either Council or Cabinet hero
- for foar of injuring tho odor of
sanctity (or of sugar) in those places
of tho elect let mo go to Washing
ton as somebody who knows the
tricks of American politics, and if
the salary is made an object I'll not
trouble your sacred soil any moro.
To bo signodl W. G. Smith, editor
of tho Star."
Here is another little snorter
standing all by itself in tho samo
Communications from tho Para
dise of tho Pacific seem to have a
bettor chanco to reach the Councils
than resolutions of the Annexation
An editorial article headed, "A
Cloud on tho Horizon," refers in
ominous terms to tho warning by a
correspondent that tho sugar men
aro planning to shako annoxatiou
aud establish a planters' oligarchy.
It says an attempt at such a thing
"would end iu confusion aud dis
turbance." Ha! Tho "loys" aro
uot going to stand any monkeying
from tho ownors of nine-tenths of
tho proporty, aud payors of thirteen
nineteenths of all tho taxes. They
must hang togothor or hang separ
ately, as tho Chief Justico, who is a
planter, told them. A correspond
ent blackens tho lato Vico-Prosidout
of tho Councils aud Presidont of tho
Annexation Club by referrlug to
him as "Clans Sprockets' ottornoy,
Mr. F. M. Hatch, another sugar
man." A local reporter, in discuss
iug the immigration question, un
wittingly wipes away all the imputa
tion of crime against the Quoen
with regard to tho franchise iu her
new constitution, when, referring to
tho Japanese request for a franchiso,
he says, "Tuu n allot should only oo
AS AN AI'I'IIITENAXCC OF CITIZENSHIP."
We have uot space to notice near
ly all tho notes of rebellion iu that
issue of the Star, but shall closo
with tho following local Horn, head
ed. "Wout to Turn 'Em Out:"
A movement is on fool to call a
public meeting of tho Annexation
Club aud socuro tho election of now
oflkors to that body who will work
in political harmony with those who
now dominate tho politics of tho
Provisional Government. Tho in
spiring cause of tho sclioino is tho
Martin resolution and the recent no
"Tho Martin rosolutiou," it may bo
oxplainod, was iu favor of giving tho
franchise, for filling vacancies iu tho
Councils, to corlificd members of
the Club aud League.
BEFORE THE DISTRICT COURT.
Conviction for Belling Swipes Re
lease of Dick Day.
Iu tho District Court this foro
noon the chargo of ombozzlement
against .Richard Day was nol pros'd
aud ho was discharged.
Barotn aud Waiola wore each fined
52 for drunkenness.
Keoka. was next put on trial for
soiling spirituous liquor without a
liconse on January 1. Tho informer
and police oQicer gavo evidonco to
the effect that they gavo defendant
fifty cents at tho latter's house at
Xiolopa ou Jan. 1, and received two
bottles of swipes and twenty-fivo
cents in change Another testified
to being a wituoss to tho transaction.
Prof. A. B. Lyons, Government
chemist, examinod contonts of ono
of tho bottles ou Jan. i, and found
it to contain 10 6-10 percent of alco
hol. Keoka was found guilty aud sen
touccd to pay a fine of $1U0.
J. I. Dowsott secured judgment
against Mrs. Flora aud P. Jonos for
$200 ou a note in tho District Court
Football Match Projected.
The local football teams are try
ing to arrange a friendly match for
noxt Wednesday afternoon. Al
though not having had any practice
lately, tho Honolulu football loam
will be ready to meet any picked
team ou that tlav. Should a match
be arranged it Is hoped that the
Hawaiian Baseball Association will
tender the use of tho League grounds
gratis, as tho gatuo will w free. It
is only being arranged as a pastime
aud attraction for those who sus
pend business on that day.
Overrun With ZtnU.
The steamer Mokolii, according
to Purser Greoiij is fairly ovorruu
with rats of all sizes. Ou tho last
trip of tho steamer two cats were
put into tho aft hold, but woro not
equal to tho occasion, aud two more
woro added this morning. Tho
purser says that tho vormiuhavo In
come so numerous that thoy crawl
all over tho buuks of tho poople on
board. Tho boiler of the veteran
little steamer is being cloauod to
day by tho Honolulu Iron Works.
BncriQco Sale by Execution.
Recently the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Co. secured judg
ment against Kaiaikawaha and Po
kolo In a civil suit for $500, and an
execution was issued by Marshal
Hitchcock for tho sale of soren taro
patches aud laud at Waialua. Tho
salo took place yostorday at Waia
lua. Tho taro palchos, which woro
valued at $200, woro sold for $30.
The sate realized in all about $151.75.
Hawaiian Hardware Go.. L'd
Tho Misses Albu aud Mr. Flun
kott leave by tho Australia sailing
Feb. .'I. Thoy aro duo in San Fran
cisco for tho Midwinter Fair tho
end of February.
ST. ANDIlKtY .1 CATHEDRAL.
Second Suuday after Epiphany.
t'c'U) a. in., Holy Communion; 11 a.
ni., Holy Communion (choral) and
sermon; iliJJO p.m., Evensong (Ha
waiian); 7:!M p. in., Evensong (Eng
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Androw's Cathedral
to-morrow, will be as follows: 0:45 a.
m., morniug iirayor with sormon;
Veuite, Chard in A; To Doum, Sauls
iu F; Bouedictus, Cooper in G:
hymns, SI and 220; anthom, "Blossod
are they that dwell iu Thy house,"
by Tours. (1:30 p. m., ovonsoug, with
sermon; Maguihcat, Roberts in G;
Xuuc Dimittis, Vincont in E flat;
hymns 75, 82 and 531. Roy. Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. All aro invited.
At (i and 7 o'clock a.m. Low Masses
as usual. At v o clock uiiiiuroirs
Mnss with English instruction. At
10:!l0 High Mass with native and
Rosary and Catechism. 4 p. m., in
wiutor season (Xovembor to Febru
ary), 1:30 p. m., in summer soasou
(February to Xovombor), Benodic
tlon of tho M. B. Sacrameut. Week
ly Services 0 aud 7 a. in., Low
V. SI. C. A. HALL.
Sunday, 11 a. in., services iu Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. in., services in Barracks;
3:30 p. in., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
(1:30 p. iu., Gosple Praise Sorvico in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.,
prayer meeting at Y. M. O. A. Ser
vices in Bothol streot hall at 7:30.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opora House. Ser
vices will be hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. in. aud
7:!N) p. in., preaching, by Elder J.
SKVESTII DAT ADVENTJST3.
Seventh Day Adveulist Church,
corner Punchbowl aud Beretanla
streets, in G. West's cottogo. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
every Sunday evening. Everyone
CENTRAL UNION' CHUIICH.
Sunday School at 0:15 a.m. Public.
Worship at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p.m.
Tho Young People's Sooioty of
Christian Endeavor will moot at (1:30
p. in, All arcr cordially invited to
rpiti: KKUUI.AK ANNUAL MKETINO
JL of the Stockholder of the I'goruc's
ICK it lllOftlfllRATINIi I'llMfANV Will 1)0
held THl'ltBHAY, Jn. 18th, ut 2 o'clock
r. m., nl tun lloomu of tho Uhumher of
Commerce A full ttuudancp IsretjaeMfil
to consider a rlmnue In the lly-laws.
.1. H. I'fSllKlt.
030 It Secretary.
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
AT Tin: HEUUI.AU annual mkkt
llig of the Chinese Engine Co. No, fi
held In their hall on Moiumkua street, an
tho 3d Inst., the followliiK gentlemen were
declared duly elected as OUIceri of the
Clilnet-o Engine Co, No. a fur (he ensuing
1st Assistant Foreman, re-ulectei
v. 1'iiott Yce
L'd Assistant Forcmun, re-elected. ..
Secretary, ro-olected lam Clioti);
Treasurer, re-elected. . . l.um Klnu
Secretary Chinese Engine Co. No. .".
United Chinese Society.
AT THE ItEaULAU MEKTING OF
(he United Chinese Koelety held on
the 1st duy of January, A. 1). IB'.H, the fol
lowing were declared duly elected an Olll
eers of llie corporation for the emnlni;
(Secretary . ...
Assistant Rucretary ,
The Ihillti Ititllrllit, fit) venli per month.
l.nu Chuck HliK
.Wong Wah Foy
M-cnttury United Chlucio Hocleiy.
Saturday, Jan. 13, 189,.
By the ingenuity of man the
bath room of to-day is made
quite as presentable as the
parlor. In the United States,
where materials are close at
hand, even the medium priced
houses have the bath rooms
fitted with floors and wain
scoting of tile, as fitting ac
companiments to the enamel
baths. But tile floors are not
absolutely necessary to the
comfort of the person who
uses the Standard Manufac
turing Co.'s enamel tubs
"the tub's the thing." We
have in stock, some very hand
some patterns of enamel tubs
and some quite plain. The
one we show you in the store
is a good one for comfort be
cause it is broad, broad enough
in tact lor the 14-loot shark
that died rather than go to the
miuwmiur rair. inisiuunas
a handsome relief panel on
the side aud an oak rim
around the top, the faucets
and all trimmings are nickel.
Taken as a whole it is a very
handsome and useful article
for a gentleman's home.
We've seen all sorts of ma
chines and contrivances for
sharpening cutlery but noth
ing to equal Frank Walcot's
emery file. A half minute
will suffice to sharpen the dull
est of knives or scissors with
out the slightest injury to tho
cutlery. For carvers it sur
passes the ordinary steel be
cause it requires less time and
puts a better edge on the
knife. Tho cook will find it
indispensiblc for use in the
kitchen in keeping his bread
knife always ready for use.
These sharpeners have been
introduced by Mr. Walcot, the
inventor, in every portion of
the world where knives are
used. In South Africa they
sell for four shillings each, in
the Colonies two and six pence,
in the United States a dollar,
and here in Honolulu they are
worth two dollars each but we
let you have them for fifty
cents. Goods do not always
brintr their value in this coun
try. One of the beauties of
this sharpener is its long life;
seven or eight years of con
stant use will not wear it out,
and for that reason alone it is
worth its weight in coin of the
realm to men on plantations
who are constantly buying files
to use in suarpcning noes aim
cane knives. For an all 'round
sharpener it has no equal.
The people who are using
the Colorado brand of lubri
cating oils express themselves
as being very well satisfied
with the quality. Of course
you can get a cheaper oil just
as you can get a cheap quality
of anything else, but who wants
to use an inferior quality of
oils on good machinery? A
superintending engineer here
tells that he has discarded lard
oil from the engines under his
supervision and substituted
our Colorado engine oil; this
must be a matter of consider
able saving with lard oil at
$1.25 per gallon. We men
tion oils at this time because
it is the season when they are
being used on plantations.
Our success with the plows
has been on a par with our
oils. No one has ever seen a
breaking plow to equal the
Hendry. Nor has there ever
been invented a furrow plow
with as many points of excel
lence as the Hendry Double
Furrow plow embraces. These
plows are a necessity on plan
tations. Our stock includes
about everything to be used
where the ground is tilled
and the cane ground or the
juice boiled. In belting wc
have the most superior grades
of genuine oak tanned and of
all sizes. We have also the
genuine Helvetia for centri
By constant additions to it
we continue to keep our stock
of goods for the household the
largest in Honolulu, and by
the devotion of care and atten
tion to the selection of the arti
cles for your use we are en
abled to offer them to you at
much lower prices than you
have been accustomed to.
Are jiiHt in receipt of large importa
tions by their iron barks "Pnul
lecuberg" and " J. C. Pflugcr,"
and by a number of ves
selii from America.
Confuting of a large mid complete
Vienna and Iron (Jurilen Furniture,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
American 6c European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Urcim
('austio Soda, Wash 8odn,
Filterpreis Cloth, Twine,
Digs, Market llankrls,
Uemijolinf , Etc., Etc.
limiting Slates, Firebricku,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain anil Corrugated Iron,
It. K. Material,
.Steel nulls, Etc., Etc.
- - AI30
StJUAIi & RICE
(Jtdih'ii (late, l)ijiimh.,.MMirry'a, Merchant!-
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner JTort St Hotel atreeta.
ino-l Liberal Term n t
Lnwcit Price by
H. Hackfold & Go.
IS THE BEST
I)rle rwftctly lll lnIJ ol twenty
Form ihiralilr ami elastic, nol a brit
Kctalns Its rIom Ioiikt than any other
Jtevlata the action ol acids and alkalies
bettor than any other oil.
Flows freelv from the bnuli without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition ot Lithane, yields a
hard surface, suitable for lloori, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground in
oil In pante form.
Ilrliigs out the real shades ol the colors
ana Keeps tueiu uuauorcu.
Is a folvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Adil.'it to varnish greatly Improves the
working ut the Tarnish.
Does not darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Itequlrea one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil ami It will
greatly Improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the hunt
Therefore. Is the best imlnt oil ever man
Direction for Use.
Uto Lwcoi. in every respect in tho
sanio manner us you would linseed
oil, with tho Binglo exception that you
may add fully oiio-quartrr moro Lit
col. to tho samo quantity of pigment
than you would of linaeed.
In using metallic, Venetian tod, tho
ochroB, and other dry pigments, it is
advisahlo to mix up tho paiut at leabt
ono day before it is to lm used, then
add a third moro Lunoi. and tho paint
will bo lounil to cover wetl-anil navn
a gnnd gloss.
NKVKK UHK JAPANS.
Whom hard surfaces r-ncli as flouts,
steps, etc., uro rcquiu'd iiae litlmrpc
only, never iibo Japans.
LUGOL MIXER WITH VAR
NISHES and HssisU their working uml im
proves their appoarauco hut tiiuv
HltOUI.1) Hi: UBEl) BAMK DAY TIIKV A Hi:
Mixt'i), othorwiso tho gum of the var
nish may bo precipitated or the mix
ture curdled. ''
The addition of from 1 to i of Lit-
coi. to varnishes does not reduce their
lustre nor retard their hardening and
drying aud it prevents their cracking
I BEG TO rXFORM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT r WILL HOLD
EVERT WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will be offcivcl to tlii- Public and il will pay you to trade at
the "TEMl'LIO (W PASIHOX."
... I AM OFPKItl.Nii NOW ....
For Friday and SaLurday Only.
Boys' Cambric and Flauette Waists
Elegant A snort muni of CoIum at 2o Cents .Each.
Jutit Received by last "Australia" a Lurjje Stock of
To be sold for o.vk week onm.y at 10c., 12u., Wc. and 16Je.
per yard. CJochIh worth 'Joe. a yard.
. 250 PIBOffiS . .
In 1 0-yard Icugtlm, reduced from SI. 00 to 75 fcenU.
Comer fort art Hotel St., Uouolulu, U. I.
ok tin: oKi.r.iiit.vn.ii
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JI'BT TO HAND 1CX "IMTV 01' t'KKl.NU" . .
feS These Cigars are direct from the factory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
arc so frequently offered as tho "Best Manilas." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
f53 iro7t street, -
ECoxioIuiu, '.. I.
Mutual Telephone 80S-
Rvtry dtKtlpUon oJOlt WUXTINO
done ut the Itulhtln Qffwe.
--Tost Oeric Box 187
No. 10 Nuuuuu Streot, "Fostor Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGJSNTS
- km: tub bai.k of
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
Carnv & Co.'s
Hawaliai Hart wari Co., L'd
Jbl.ANII UKAPK?S 1'OHNDH Kilt l.
l'ur ! by It. I.1SUMAN,
IWtf Trlrpbonp an.
Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" 1I7ii (Man, iVupu City.
Brewing Co.'s Export Layer Beer,
San Joe, Cal If. A". A.
Dallemaml & Co.'s Cream Puro Rye Whisky.
A iiiericu'it Fimut 1'roilnvtiun, Hah iiii Mtllun .
Spruunce, Slanloy & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky.
Uniform und lUUahle.
VVif Vrliwe uj Summer Dnnka.
Scott & Cil.'iert's
' TLr. OuoJa II If UUulAIlUl'd Pil.l-l lub III UVvrV rvilin'l
klr kl l)' Ileum. liable VXU'ti.
aid uitnrd fur