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FOREIGN OFFICE NOTICE.
The President and Mm. Dole will holtl a
Inception in the Council Chamber of the
Executive UiilMing on WEDNESDAY,
January 17th, nt 11 o'clock a. m.
The 1'ubllc are Invited to attend. .Morn
lug dress. OEU. C. rolTKR,
tl -2t Secretary and A. D. f .
Hedged to neither Sect nor 1'arty,
lint Eitablished for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, JAN. IB, 181)1.
P. U. dignitaries nro a fond of
ndoration as urcr was royalty.
There's uiauy a slip 'twixt tho
cup and tho lip, or, as (.'ouiu'illor
Voting puts it, "Don't gut your fish
till you got thorn."
A vote of censure has been parsed
by the American Lenguo on the P.
O. for sending two serviceable field
guns away to tho Midwinter Fair.
How Thurston will laugh when he
hear of tho "bhoys'" wrath.
An article from Pacific Town
Talk, a society paper of San Fran
cifco, appuars in this issue. It
fairly represents the intelligent aud
conscientious sentiment of tho Am
ei ican nation the poulimout that is
at the back of President t'leieland'a
.Senator Uiuiiicluth will lime had
tituo for a big, lung think over the
Chinese immigration policy of the
P. O. head center by the not meet
ing of the Council. Hi, first move
should be to have rescinded the
cowardly motion to havo a matter
of such gieat public intcroH con
sidcicd in fociel session.
Annexationists in the country dis
tricts are beginning to omit notes of
disalfcction at not having their view
consulted in public matters. What
in tho world did they expect when
they went iu with Hcrve.ecnt en
thusiasm for an abioluto oligarchy!
They are Wulcome now to a tasto of
tho medicine thoy were quite willing
to havo forced down the throats of
the majority of tho people at large.
Professor Alexander's contribu
tion to Commissioner Blount's re
port may be very interesting in its
way, notwithstanding its omissions
of all reference to tho duplicity and
the corruption that were only too
prevalent iu tho author's own party.
Hut what has all that history to do
with Mr. mount's quest for inform
ation as to whether tho United
States forces wero unlawfully out
ployed to assist in the revolution of
.Somebody suggested tho other
day iu jest that tho P. G. iliould
contribute some of tho sandbags
from tho Executive building tie
fonsos to the Midwintor Fair, to
ahow tho "character, wealth and
brains" so much boasted of behind
this Government. Iiy the Star it
appears that this is actually what
has been dono. Non-resident Min
ister Thurston will probably put tho
contonts up iu ounco vials at tho
close of tho Fair, and sell them to
curio-huntors for a cent an ounco as
rolics of tho revolution, tho pro
ceeds to go to defraying his expenses
when traveling without leave of ab
sence. Tho bags moy bo reserved
for tho homo museum.
It is a pity that tho appointment
to a high oilico by tho P. G., of n
man who was expelled from the
Legislature of 188S for receiving a
bribe, came too lato to bo included in
Professor Alexander's historical con
tribution to Commissioner Ulount's
report. Of course it would be in
cluded thore, just like many other
facts that tell against tho author's
own party thot is it would bo con
spicuous !, it absouco. How tho
election-. ..f ss7 vcro carried, who
wgio implicated in the bribery hcau
dals of the Ituform Legislature, ami
how that body whooped up tho
Appropriation hill to at least a mil
lion dollars above probable revouues
-thes'o are thi .g that it is safe to
say tho Professor will palmer with
Kditoji J)i'lu:t!n: -
If anything could illustrate the
insincerity of the oligarchy, aud
show to the world that thoir cry for
annexation has not nu atom of
honesty iu the screech, it is seen
in the resolve of tho planters' oli
gaichy to use "the law of lK'.CJ" iu
bringing iu more Chinese. Let us
briojly examine this law of ISICJ.
During that session petitions came
iu from all over tho Islands signed
by thousands of voters praying tho
Legislature not to sanction any
further immigration. The petitions
worn referred to tho committee ou
labor, composed of planters, and of
course tho prayer of tho petitioners
was discarded. Early in Novotnbor
tho Queen sout a message to tho
House calling attention to tho
numerous petitions of tho peoplo on
tho above subject, and also to tho
potitions on constitutional amend
ment, upon which woro tho uainos
of fully eight thousand petitioners.
Tho only rospouso to tho request of
tho peoplo and Quoon was to oust
the cabinot, which, it was reasonable
to presumo, had thus prompted tho
Queon to remind tho Legislature of
its duty to the people.
However, tho saccharine caliber
of the planters mustored for a fight,
nnd iu went tho Wilcox, Jones,
Brown, Robinson cabinet and then
canto tho tug-of-war.
A bill was introduced to allow five
thousand Chinese laborers to eutor
in two years. Iioprosontativo Bush
favored suspending action until a
registration bill, on tho Gearv tilan.
promised by Thurston, but never
forthcoming, was boforo tho House.
On tho 20th of November a voto was
taken with tho result that tho plan
tors had a majority of two in favor
of tho bill. As it may help tho pres
ent membors of tho P. G. who woro
in that majority, to recoivo duo
recognition from tho Star, and the
cuius wnicn navo assisted iu placing
thoso pro-coolie legislators on a
solid senatorial podestal, 1 subjoin
An aniendmout to redttco tho num
ber of coolies from fivo to threo
thousand was lost, and tho original
motion for fivo thousand was en
dorsed by Ministers Wilcox. Brown,
Jones, Hobinson; Nobles lino, Ka
uhane. J. M. Horner, Hind, Mars
den, ouug, Baldwin, W. Y. Hornor.
Kanoa, Walbridge, Anderson and
Droior; Representatives A. Horner,
Wilder and W. O. Smith.
Tho anti-coolio mombors wero No
bios Bergor, Hopkins, Maile, Hoa
pili, Thurston, Roprosontallioa Aki
na, Pua, Bush, Kaunatnano, Whito,
Katnauoha, Walpuilani, Nahinti, Ed
monds. Josepa, Aki. Thus tho
Act of 1812 to Hood Hawaii with
MMX) moro Chinoso was carried by
tho small majority of two, among
whom were six of tho original mom
bors of tho oligarchy, of which I
will have moro to say in my next. 1
notice in Inst night's Star that Maile
aud Hopkins wero bad men in tho
Legislature, and by inference
Brown and Itobinsou, whom they
defeated, wero good; which proves
either that Stellar Smith is too
green a historian hero to grind out
some of his own correspondence, or
his Americanism favors the curled
darlings who fatten on coolieism,
aud damns Maile aud Hopkins who
can't bo bribed to voto for it. Which
is it? Makhi: Acitxi.
Mr. Saviot on tho Itlcht Sldu.
Tho Star man, who is dying for an
ofllco that ho will never got, says:
"That indofatigablo writer, Mr. Da
vies, might havo spared us tho assur
auco that he agrees with President
Cleveland rather than Prcsidont
Dole as to tho merits of tho Hawai
ian controversy." Most certainly Mr.
Davios agrees with Prcsidont Clove
land, as does every other gentleman
both horo aud in tho United States
barring tho Benedict Arnolds and
tho Stovonsos. whom Mr. Davics can
well nirord to treat with silout con
tempt. It is God's honest truth,
driven homo with slcdge-hanuuer
blows by Mr. Davios, that outs to
tho core of tho guilty rascals, which
they can never answer except witli
sneers, lies and vituporatioiir-thoir
only woapons used against all who
differ from them. Every word in
tho last letter of Mr. Theo. II. Da ies
to S. E. Bishop, in tho interest of
truth aud justice, weighs about two
pounds and a half; but what good
can Mr. Davios expect to got out of
a man who is cruel todumb animals,
delights iu vilifying tho dead aud
tries to destroy tho chnractor of a
defenseless woman aud that woman
ho fawned upon up to tho last hour
of her reign but when sho is strick
en down, Mr. Bishop thou thinks it
safe to attack her. Uou.
Last Saturday ovenitig, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Macy gavo a luau at
their resideuco iu ltobello Lauo. Pa-
lama, iu honor of tho thirteenth
anniversary oi mo uirtii oi tlioir oi
liest son, Mastor Thomas Macy.
About fifty invited guests sat down
to a bountiful repast, which was
dono ample justice to and groatly
enjoyed by tho participants. Tho
host aud hostess wero assiduous in
looking after tho comfort of thoir
guests. Tho luau was succeeded by
music, dancing aud jollifications,
tho affair terminating ploassntly
about 11:30 o'clock. Mastor Macy
received tho cougratulalious of Ids
friends, aud tho popular host and
hostess tho hearty goodwill of their
guests. Tho Bulletin joins iu wish
ing tho youug man a bright and
Board of Education.
Thoie was a meotiug of tho Board
of Education this aftornoou, for
necessary business ponding tho ap
point meut of a now Board as decided
on by tho Councils. Messrs. Damon,
Hall and Hill, members; W. Jos.
Smith, Soorotary, and A. T. Atkin
son, Inspector-General, woro present.
The resignation of Mr. aud Mrs. N.
Malcolm, toachers iu tlio Aiuakoa
school, North Kohala, was uccopted
to take offoot iu March, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Bell, oxporiouced teachers
from tho States, woro appointed to
fill tho vacancies. Tho Board holds
oilico until its successor hi appointed
nt the request of President Dole.
A Nowspaper Thief.
Saturday afternoon a Bullcti.v
carrier placed Win, G. Irwin & Co.'s
paper ou tho handle of tho door, as
is usual when tho door is closed. A
gentleman who witnessed tho fore
going informs us that about fivo
miuutes aftor tho carrier had loft
tho paper, a fiuo rod bird dog oaino
along, and putting his paws tip
against tho door took tho paper in
his mouth aud trotted up Fort
street, as if it was an ovnrv-day oc
currence with him
JUSTICE AT HILO.
Calondar January Term Fourth Cir
cuit Court, IXlIo, Hawaii.
Judge S. L. Austin, presiding.
Gardner K. Wiidor, Deputy Attor-uoy-General,
tions. IIVWAIIAX CRIMINAL CASKS.
Provisional Government vs. Sam
Paki. Forgery. Commitment from
District Court, N. Hilo. Guilty.
Sentenced to one "year's imprison
ment aud ?50 fine.
Provisional Government vs. Moe
honua. Robbery 2d degree. Com
mitment from District Couit, South
Hilo. Not guilty. Kane for do!end
aut. lOllClUN CHIJI1NAL CSKS.
Provisional Government vs. Taua
kalshida, Shegeoha, Nakata. Con
spiracy, 1st degree. Commitment
irom district Court South Hilo.
Plead guilty. Sentenced to oight
months at hard labor. Creighton
Provisional Government vs. Hira
shiuo, Iwakumi. Furious riding.
Commitment from District Court N,
Hilo. Vordlct not guilty. Creigh
ton for defendants.
Provisional Government is. A. G.
Serrati. Larcony 1st degree. Com
mitment from District Court, South
Hilo, Verdict not guilty. Creigh
tou assists prosecution; D. H. Hitch
cock for defendant.
Provisional Government v Tomi
da Gosabaro and Doi Yastaro. Per-
tury, 2d degree. Commitment from
district Court S. Hilo. Pica guilt.y
Sentenced to eight mouths at hard
laoor. uroigutou for defendants.
Provisional Govorumout vs. Tana
ka lshida. Shegeoha and Nakata.
Conspiracy, 1st degree Commit
ment from District Court S. Hilo.
Plea of guilty. Sentenced to eight
months at hard labor. Creighton
Provisional Government vs. Hira
shiuo and Iwakumi. Furious riding.
Commitment from District Court,
N. Hilo. Verdict not guilty. Croigh
ton for defendants.
Provisional Government v. Sato.
Selling liquor without a license. Ap
peal from District Court S. Hilo.
Nolle pros. Creighton for defend
ant. Provisional Government vs. Mrs.
Mau Chong, alias Ah Sam. Selling
liquor without a licenso. Appeal
from District Court S. Hilo. Nollo
pros. I). H. Hitchcock for defend
ant. Provisional Government vs. Ah
Wa. Unlawful possession of opium.
Appeal from District Court S. Hilo.
Not guilty. 1). II. Hitchcock for
Provisional Government vs. Ah
On, first case. Selling liquor with
out a licenso. Appeal from District
Court S. Hilo. Nolle pros. Creigh
ton for defendant.
Provisional Govorumout vs. Ah
On, secoud cuse. Selling liquor with
out a license. Appeal from District
Court, Hilo. Nollo pros. Creighton
Provisional Government vs. Ah
Tong. Soiling liquor without a
license. Appeal from District Court
Hilo. Nollo pros. Creighton fbr
Provisional Govorumont vs. Aka
hai. Unlawful possession of opium.
Appeal from District Court, Hilo.
Guilty. Sontouccd to pay $50 fino
and costs. Hitchcock for dofendaut.
Provisional Government vs. Chow
Chun. Selling liquor without a
license. Appeal from District Court
S. Hilo. Not guilty. Croightou and
D. II. Hitchcock for defendant.
Provisional Govorumout vs. Muira.
Roblwry 2d degree. Commitment
from District Court, S. Hilo. Nollo
pros. Kane for defendant.
Provisional Govorumout vs. A.
Bortfeld. Assault with a dangerous
weapon. Commitment from District
Court, S. Hilo. Not guilty. Kano
forldofondaul: Creiuhtou assists nro.
M. Polapola (k.) vs. Maria Keohi
Carr, Frank Cam Bill to sot asido
a deed. Continuod to First Circuit.
Croightou for dofoudant; Kano for
Tax Collector of Hilo vs. E. Ko
koa (lc). Itofusing to pay his per
sonal taxes. Appeal from District
Ccmrt, Hilo. Appeal withdrawn.
Wilder for plaintiff; Kano for do
fendaut. London, Dec. 28. -Tho Indian
mails announce tho death of Miss
Tuckor, known all over tho world
undor tho initials, "A. L. O. E." For
tho last eighteen years Miss Tucker
had boon engaged in missionary
work in India.
Tho P. G. band will play at Kinma
Square this evening.
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
AT Till: ItKdUI.Alt AXNl'AI. MEET
lug of th Chinese Engine Co. No. 5
bold In their bull mi Maiumkea street, ou
tbe :M Inst., tin- following gentlemen woro
declared duly elected as OMcom of tbe
Chinese Engine To. No. fi for tbe iwuliw
Fon-mnu, re-elected.. .Ubune Kim
hi Assbtaul Foreman, re-elected .
( ii'flolc ,.j,
'.'d Assistant Foremun, re-elected . .
,.- Ho Took
becrctary, re-elected Ijui (.'hong
Ireaxurcr, re-elected . . . LumrJInt;
bci-retary t'lilncsu Engine Co. No. a.
United Chinese Society.
AT THE ItEQULAll MEETING OP
tbe Tutted Clilueio Society held on
tbe 1st day of January, A. D.lSiH. I lie fol
lowing wen- declared duly elected us Oill
rers ef tho corporation lor tbo ciisuIiil
tpn. i .
J-" M -'
. Willie Kwni
I.iui Chock tiiug
.Wuiik Wiih Foy
...I, inn Hint;
Secretary , .
fVcroliiry I'nlted Cblue-e Kocleti.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
I.tllmatea i;lveu on all l;lml of
STONE, CONCKKTE .t PbAHTEinVOKK
i-O.SCIUIlt A MHUI.TY
JOHN F. BOWLER.
flawaiiaa Hardware Gel, L'a
Saturday, Jan 1,1, 1894.
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 lloors 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, fact for the 14 foot shark
that died rather than go to the
Midwinter Fair. This tub has
a handsome relief panel on
the side and an oak rim
around the top, the faucets
and all trimmings arc 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 the
cutlery. For carvers it sur
passes the ordinary steel be
cause it requires less time and
puts 'a better edge on the
knife. The 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 die 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
bring 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 sharpening hoes and
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 te 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 we
have the most superior grades
of genuine oak tanned and of
all sizes. We have also the
genuine Helvetia for centri
fugals. 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.
Htwiiiu Hartwari Co., L'd
H. Hackfeld & Go
Arc jul in receipt of larjjc importa
tions by their iron harks "Paul
nnd by a number of ves
sels from America.
Counting of a large mul complete
Vienna 11 nil iron (iartlen Furniture,
SmMliTy nnd Cutlery,
Iron npilitcaih, Etc., Ktc.
Beclistein ft Seller Pianos
American & European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Ore arc,
('mistlo Soda, Wash Hotlu,
Filtorprcgs Cloth, Twine,
Digs Market Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Hoofing Slates, Firebrick,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
It. It. Materials,
Sleel Hails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAJt & RICE
(loldiMi Mali, Diamond, HporryV, Mer
rlmntx nmt Eldorado
On tho iiiovl Liberal Term at tho
Lnwpct Price y
H. Hackfeld & Go.
IS THE BEST
. Drlm rf:tly mll.l linlilr of twenty
Forms a ilnratile ami elantlc, not a brit
KeUIni Hi kIoii lonxf r than any other
. Ilesl'tt the action u( ncliln and alkalies
better tliau any other oil.
Flows (roely from lite linuh without run
ning and unread well.
, With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for ttoort, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments cronnd In
oil In pate form.
Itrings out the real nhsiles of the color
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of tlio
new coal, tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
working of the varnish.
Does nut darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Ilequlres one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to Unseed oil and It will
greatly Improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted tbe best
Therefore, it the 13 1 paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Use Lucol in every respect in tho
samo manner ns you would linseed
oil, with thu single exception that you
may add fully one-quarter moro Lu
col to tho same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, tho
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up tho paint at least
0110 day beforo it is to bo used, thou
add a third moro I.tiooi, and tho paint
will ho found to cover well und have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE .1APANB.
Whore hard surfaces such as floors,
steps, etc., oro required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES nnd assists thoir working and im
proves thoir appcaranco hut they
SHOULD UK USED NAME DAY THEY AUK
mixed, otherwise tho gum of tho var
nish may ho precipitatod or tlio mix
Tho addition of from to of Lu
col to varnishes does not reduce their
lustro nor retard their hurdening and
drying und it prevents their cracking.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
TH1.AND UltAPKB -!i POUNDS FOlt II.
A For sole by It. MBHMAN,
1W-W Telephone SIT.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort St
I BEC4 TO IXFOKM MY' CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD . . .
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
: BIG INDUCEMENTS :
Will be offered to the 1'ublir :in.l it will pay you to trade ut
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION. "
.... I AM OPFEM.VM SOW ....
For Friday aud Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flauette Waists
Elegant Asortinen1 of Color at 20 Cents Each.
Just Received by last "Australia" a Largo Stock of
To be Hold for 0x1: wkkic oxi.v nt 10c, 12Jc., Me. and 16r.
per yard, fioods worth 2fe. n vard.
. . S B O PIBOH3S . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from SI. 00 to 75 cents.
Comer Fort aid Hotel St.,
OF Till: OKLKUICATlUi -
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JUST TO HANK V.K "1'ITV OF l'UKINO" . . .
13 These Cigars nro direct from the factory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
nro so frequently offered as the "Best Manilas.'1 0"NE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
BQ3 Fort Street,
Mt'TtML Tklei-honk 808-
L.OVBTOY A. CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
Kult THE 8ALR OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
--From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City. '
Frodericksburg Browing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Ca U. 8. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
- America' Finest I'roduction, Jllvh und M,lhw.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and llelinhk.
Scott & Cilfjort's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The 1'rhue of Sinn n , i,u,k .
Honolulu, H. I.
Honolulu, H. I.
-1'ost Office Hox IJ17
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