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Pltdtjrd to nrilhrr .SVc nor Party,
liut Enlahlitihed for the limeit of All.
WISDN'USDAY, .IAN. LM. IS'.i I
TO TUHN AND UENU THEM.
That the rushing in of members
Id the secret organization known ;i
the American League, with the de
clared object of muterlallv changing
the ImVn ami structure of tho Provi
sional Government, a supplementary
revolution, the Star doe not bode
in lal Hired and Milted phraseology
tries to make it i morning annexation
contemporary believe. The Adver
tiser stands for the integrity of the
nli-rcuo.viitg oligarchy, thu diovv
ini! .ome slight respect for con.sis-
teiiey on the part both of ilelf and
ttuwe who gave the Provisional Uov
eminent its commissions, according
to President Dole. It i not ct for
gnttuii l. that paper that .lohn L.
Melclis, the head and flout of the
asstull oil Hawaiian nationality, in
formed the L nited Status people
that this ory oligarchy was the Im1
government the islands ever had.
and that it was full representative
of all the intelligence, wealth and
morality of the country, po.sessing
the implicit confidence of tho-.e elo-i
incuts anil certain of their physical tin' re.iitue will Do allJrmeil, ollier
Mippoit to tho end. Man; of the i; m'jv trial will bo ordered."
' . . , . . I he principles of law declared m
prune movers in the revolution, in lm, .j,,, ari, , fmVs:
eluding the editor of the Advertiser 't eonstitute a surrender of a
hiuuolf, gave similar information in I
couveisatioiis. letters, interviews and j
lectures in the I nited Stale. There-
foru.it would he simply indecent for
the Advertiser to countenance any
project that could even remotely '
be construed at home or abroad into I
a demotisliatioii of want of eotili j
deuce bv the cn-at.ir of i he P. G. iu !
their creniines. i
.!., :,i i .. i
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lion organs nas any r.gin or -pew ,
for anv party I hat has auv right to
stioulate what the uoveruiiieiit of i
tl,i...,mtrv kIk.II si.t of or Imw ,
. i Mi .....'.... I ... . I ...
H shall be const Hilled, yet thepeo
, . , .
pie at large will be disponed 1" i
syliipatliio wilh the Advru-er in!
the light it is ostensibly making.
This country has ' uttered enough
from the rule of the oligarchy such
as it is, but, mi long as it remains an
oligarchy, that form is a thousand
1 1 me.- preferable to a bastard repub
lic, such a the atar's proposition
of humiliations uf legislators by
packed mass meeting implies. Noth
ing -o utterlv crude, grotesque, and
neat to absolute anarchy has evei I
li.'oii mooted for lelief fuiui any po- l
btical situation auvwhere. The;
ilivulgeiico of such a scheme is con
liruiatory of the timeliness of ihej
warning this paper gave to the I'm
.u mi .:..v..r i Io.hf .-..... in (
thuellcct thai, liy their eoiicessioiis
and iiaiideriuiis to the tough elo-
incuts cntupo'iiiK the greater part
of their support, they were easting
pearls hefoie swine which would
turn at;ain and lend them.
While, however, the eouiuitinitv
at J. 11 ye will side with the Adver
tier' content ion, it is from far ilif
feiellt motives In the undoubted ones
of that paper. Tin' I'e.ll people of
lln country oppose tinkering with
the Provisional Uoveruiiieiit in -lie-belief
that -on the liue.t of change
proposed the .Slar-I..'aiie cheuie
would be making bad worse. As
Ioiik as we have t I war with an 1111
constitutional and im-pou-ililc
rule, let us ever pray thai the uillic
tiou weiyh as lightly a possible on
our backs. The Adveitier, on the
other hand, backs the existing oli
garchy because it repre.-eiits more
rtTuclivoly ihan any laiyur juuta the
particular cliques and claiinof which
that panur is peculiarly the mouth
1 nai iih cueiiieie aio up ...
1 . I
old tactics, of trying to
beat the devil at his own game,
in evident in the very happenings
over which the .Star indulge in
serene cougiatulatious to its parti
cular gang. I hey am trying to cap
tuie the League b joining it, ad
they tried inelleclually iu times past
to secure the control of the com
ponent bodies of the National lie
form party's organi.ation. Their
covert encouragement to the Liber
uls in traitorous schemes before the
last elect ion, their alliance with the
National Reformers in the election
to down the same Liberals, and their
coalescing iu the Legislature with
both those paities in turn, to defeat
every Ministry that was not of their
stripe or under their domination,
are other instances of the same 1111
varying policy of rule or ruin. While
we protest against the giving us a
worse government than we have, we
must confess there is little hope that
the oligarch can maintain the bars
against the anarchy of mob rule for
which the Star crowd is striving,
and which we long ago told the
Provisional (ioveriimeut thev were
inviting. In this connection the
I'uited States nation has a grave
lespoiiHJhility toward this country
from the part its representatives had
iu bringing it to this deplorable
KwmduvtiuttonutJUlt I'HIS I'ISU
dunr itltln- litdlrtm Ujjiu.
Matters on File Decision In the
Holabola vs. Maria Keahi Carr
and Frank Carr is a ease that comes
from tlilo to Honolulu under change
of venue umtuallv agreed on. S. K.
Kane for plaint ilf; ( Creightoii for
Kliabcth Kekaauiau Pratt peti
tions that she he appointed adminis
tratrix of the estate, of her lato nils- i
baud, I rank .S. I'ralt, who died in-, 2. Judge ti.ilv adiiiil. in lustesti
testate. There is real estate valued I monv "that when t lie troops were
at tfiswt, and personal property at j Urst" Jim., lied we could not hae
.2iHt. The heirs kiiowu to petitioner ! gotten along with -tit their aid."
besides herself are one brother and j a, Mr. Waterhou-u swoie: "Wo
four sisters in Massachusetts. , knew the Queen's forces were row-
Another decision has b on render- ardlv and that by making them he
ed i the Supreme Court in the ' liec the troops would help us out
separation suit of Kauimakaole i they would Mirreuder."
Ui.aru vs. .losepn Ui.arus. it is
bv.lustice Hickertou. 1'laintitT at)
pealed from the decree of Judge
Cooper with regard to alimony,
holding that the allowance of only
i wcck was an auusti ot me
Court's discretion. Tho Suprome
Court decides it not so and refuses
to disturb alimony on a petition for
sepaiatiou. V. A. Kinnoy for peti-
tinner: C. W. Ashford for respond-
The Supreme Court has rendered i
a unanimous decision, by Justice I
l'rcar. iu Kamanleule vs. Nagamoto j
and lxainatsii. Exceptions from
Fifth Circuit Court, which rendered
jiiilginout for the plaintiir for .l 10, ,
I the whole amount claimed, licing
i two oars' rent under a lease. It is
decided: "it nut piaiiiiiu win renin
.. the amount awarded lor me
lirst gear's rent, the judgment for
lease by operation of law there must
lie a change ol possession, by con
sent of tho parties, inconsistent with
the continued existence of the loae.
"A tenant may not deny the title
of his landlord and attorn to an
other unless he is actually evicted,
or at loat in imminent danger of
Mere knowledge of a landlord
that liN tenant paid rout to auother
i" not Millicum! to show his acnuios-
cence in the tenant's so doiuir.
-Monev once paid as rent but af-
,,.rw,rds returned cannot Im. agali
n-cuvered as rent.
"Such iiiouov haviiiK been iuclud
wl in tb' judgment of tho lower
H'l I ill! ' irmi is nil' vi iiiiiesi.
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uiv i'iisiiiiiii iimh- .-r 11111 it int.
A. Itnsa for plainti!!"; A. S. Hart
well lor deleiiihints
Judge Whiting ha coiilirmeil a
-ale oi laud by J. A. Magoou,ad
I miiii-tratiir of'the estate of Mariano
j Charles T. Oulick has been ap
i pointed aduiiiiistratnr of the estate
ot .1. Unities, one ot the crow ol the
Hawaiian slimmer Claudiue, who
was left iu hospital at Sail Francisco
laM January and died there.
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HONOLULU CKICKKT OLUO.
Nvw Olllcum anil Now Bylaws
.t t In Hawaiian Hotel last night
ih" Honolulu Cricket Club hold its
annual meoiing. Iloi. V. II. Kitcat,
President, was iu the chair. H.I
Aiiei bach. Secretary, read the min
utes of previous meetings, after
which biisuiiss proceeded apace and
much vva done.
The President read an exhaustive
report written by himself, reviewing,
on behalf of the Hoard of Manage
ment, the operation of the club for
1 ln pant vear. It -ho wed an active
uiembersliip of .'1(1, and an honorary
roll of 'J'Z Reference was made to
I he de.-t ruction of the club'n imple
ments 1 1) lite. A canvass for relief
among butncss men, made by W. L.
.11 an ley and others, hud resulted iu
contributions of 3l22.r0 toward re
-hiring the burned property. So
thorough and inspiring was the Pre
idcut's report that, besides being
accepted, it drew a hearty vote of
l hanks In its author.
I. Light foot, as auditor for the
Hoard, reported on the accounts uf
the treasurer, who was abseut, show
ing a balance on hand of $'.1.(13.
A new code of laws submitted by
the Hoard wart no acceptable art to be
adopted at once with a few slight
There was a discussion as to
grounds, sundrv suitable lots being
niinif iniiiiil find tint inndnr lu rik.
' lll'ltUin'V4 IIMU 111' II lt W It .- I i
, fl,rrLH, U) lh jionr(l r MaiiaitMnitiiil.
The club had upeut u iroodly hiiiii of
iniiuey iu improving the Ma lulu re
eieation ground, but that being
devoted to the public 110 single
orgaiiintion can have any exclusive
right iu it.
Olllccr for the ensuing year were
elected a follow:
V. H. Ivilcat, President;
M. Hranch, Vice-1'renidenl j
It. L. Auorbach, Sec'y-Treasurer:
T. W. Lishiuati, Captain ;
A. It. llat field, Vice-Captain;
.1. Lightfoot, V. L. .Stanley. F. H.
Auerbaeh, Kxecutivn Utlicerti.
All the ollicora constitute the
Hoard of Management.
liefore adjourning the club passed
a vote of thnuliH to the Hawaiian
Hotel management for granting the
use of a room tor this and other '
the next Heasou on Saturday. March
A Follower ot thu Grip.
The persistent cough which usual
ly follows an attack of the grip can
be permanently cured bv takinu
Chamberlain's Cough Heniedy. Y. '
A. Mctiuire of McKay, Ohio, says: I
"I. a lirippe left me with a severe 1
cough. After using several dilferuut 1
medicines without relief, I tried I
Chauiberlaiu'sCough Kuuicdy.'which I
ellected a permanent cure I have '
also found it to be without an equal
for children, when troubled with '
colds or croup 25 and fill cent hot
lies for sale by all dealers. Itimswu, 1
.Smith I o., agents for the Havvai
k,n,L u CnmmrnM I'rintiny
promptly errcutrd id low raUt ul th
I ., 11 ., 1, .,
P. O. Contradictions to the Claim
That tho U. 8. Forces Woren't
The following from Blount's re
port is not contradicted by anybody:
1. Admiral Skerrett swore: "Tho
troops were properly located if de-
signed toiriiiiiu' I'.f moieim ill for the
I'roriniiiiiiil Government, and very
niiiiriiiifriii locmxi in proieci mtn-
can eitious and their property.
i, Mr. Damons vital admissions
are well Known, .luilge Uole denies
that Damon had a right to make
representations to the (Jueen.
"). On Jamiarv Kith (lief ore tho
troops lauded of course) the Com
mittee, of Safety requested the
troolis ami xnid "we are iinolilr In
protect nurmlii trillion! aid." Tho
troops lauded at fi o'clock the same
f. Next day, tho 17th, the Queen
surrendered "to the superior lorces
of the I'. S.," without the liriug of a
7. ()u Jamiarv 17th, long after
Stevens had recogni.ed the Pro
visional Government. Judge Dole
wrote him (Stevens) exactly the fob
lowing: "I acknowledge receipt of
your valued communication of this
day rrrniiiiithiii lh lliuiniliin Pro
rhioiml Hoimnm-ul, and express deep
appreciation of the same. We have
conferred with the Ministers of the
late government, and hurt mudr
mil nd on the Marshal to mirrrndrr tin
nlolioii lionm . II oi'i iiol ijrt ill jinn
mmiiiu ol tin alotion hoimr hill on
nililit i fiyiinim-Aii, and our forces
mav be iiisiitlicieiit to maintain
order, wo reiiuesl the immediate
support of the United Slates forces."
Romnrknbly Old Woman
A San Jose, Cat., despatch of Jan-
uary I 'J savs
lliero died ill Lvor-
green yesterday a woman who had
reached thii remarkable ago of Ml
years, anil who vvas horn in this val
luy nd pciit her lifohea-
ley and spent her life here. Her
name was siitria de los Santos. &tie
was twice married, ami buried her
second husband six years ago, Ids
ago being lit) vears. Shu was of
Mexican and Indian parentage. Her
life wan uneventful, exceiit that she
sang iu (he fir-1 mission church
Pruvoiitlou Is Hotter
Than euro, and tho-e who are sub
ject to rheumatism can prevent at
tacks by keeping the blood pure ami
free from tho acid which causes the
dWcao. You can lely uiioii Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for rheu
matism and catarrh, al-o for every
form of scrofula, salt rhoiim, bolls
' and other diseases cau-inl by impure
lilood. It tones ami vitalizes the
Hood's Pills are easy and gentle
By Lowla J. Lovoy.
, .Ian. 2.1th,
A'l lu HTI.IH K A M.,
I will Mil nt P.iblli.
1 tni-Ii-t tun ' -
I r.lniMt-rd I'pliolMered I'nrlnr rift,
I I'Iiiiiu KoMltit! ItoNiritil, Cliiilr-,
I'ublt'k, Ililli'lUlk, Ke.. Kir.
And a (IrniTiil .MrtiuiMit of
DRY GOODS and MERCHANDISE
Saturday Evening, Jan. 27th.
Misses - Albu
Ami llfiiflll teluliMBil in
MISS KOSE ALBU
A (Irt-iit I'rugiiniiiiif Ini'liii'liin ilfiim ul
English, Scotoh. Irish
and Native Songs
Kin. lit ui-n-il li.i I.Minllin; l.i .en I 1'hIi'MI
Ms. K, M.WAKKKini.H,
Mi K. V. N'UOII I,
.Mh. II. IIKII.MAN,
I'u.ir. II. HKI.ilKII.
Doors Opeu at 7'30. Commence at 8.
Ilux I'Ihii Ujt-ii 'i ii'i'liick rimrMhty
HI I.. .1
M. I.. l. I'l.l'SKH'l,
,i lil NTs hl.VMUM. hlX
nioulliH nml otur. ami mil imlil lu
lilt, lint ul Jtilllliiri. will lit' IkiiiiI.'.I Inr
c.tl l.-.-l I. in uitliuilt ei'.,iitliin,
N. M. .'AI'll-i.
Iliiiiuliiiii Jim .'t, idiii 'Us i
X'nl P'K i In ri li uim-ii dull ilii' itml.-r
i "IMIH"I lm lii'i'ii . 1 1 1 1 iiiiixiiiititil ml
Z sHiul h, 'I'm,, K. ?u." ".,." .t
...t..l.t ...I ... .t .1... I.. ...I. ' i ' ...1 1
Kmiiuk.lu. Ilonoluli. j,ii. Alliiuvi its
I IIIUl l' IIIIUll' lu tliu UllUlTllk'tliHl.
' WJ.'.'w UKNI It. 2'..M AKAOK KA III.
Hawaiian Hardware Cn., Lj
Saturday, Jon. VO, 189,.
The arrival of the "Martha
Davis" busted the corner in
oil and added goods to our al
ready large stock of plantation
1 .ast week we filled an order
from a manager on Hawaii for
eight miles of the locked fence
and another from a manager
on Kauai for three miles. In
the first instance the manager
guaranteed the owners an in
crease of thirty-three and one
third percent in fat cattle if
they would adopt the locked
lence lor tne pasture ueids,
not that a particular kind of
fence would make the grass
grow but that the locked fence
was strong enough to keep
depredatory cattle out while
the feed was growing. The
three mile order from Kauai
was simply a trial trip, and if
it is satisfactory we expect to
see most of the island girdled
with locked wire fence. It is
only a question of time when
it will be universally used be
cause it has so many points of
superiority which commend it
to people who use wire fences.
uurauiiuy, oircngtn anu uco
nomy in price are the three
points which make it the best
fence in the world. You will
understand that while we call
it a fence, we do not sell it
made up. Wo simply sell you
the wire, stays and washers
necessary to make it. If you
do not wish to build a new
fence: but to repair an old one
we will sell the stays and
washers and you may make
your fence as good as new.
These stays cost you six dol
lars a hundred and the washers
fortv-two cents a hundred. In
ordering by mail remember
that you need a washer wher
ever your wire joins a stay: if
yours is a five wire fence you
will require five washers to
eacn stay, it s an easy mat
ter to calculate the saving: any
one who knows that two and
two make four will understand
that a wire stay which costs
six cents is cheaper than a
wooden post at sixteen cents.
Ordinarily the original cost of
an article is the greatest ex
pense. Consider the saving
there is in a locked fence, and
the first cost is reduced to a
Carbolinium Avenarius is an
article much used by builders
for coating wood placed in con
tact with the ground and where
moisture quickly affcety it: the
object of the preparation is to
preserve the wood from decay
consequent upon the ravages
of ants and underground bugs.
We understand that one Hono
lulu merchant is selling it at
51.25 per gallon. Wesellyou
the same article exactly, for 8u
cents a gallon or 530 per bar
rel. Not much difference, per
haps, but enough for everyone
This difference in price is
about on a par with other arti
cles we sell. We secure the
best quality, always,, and ar
range the price to meet the
purses of the people. The re
sult is that our business rapidly
outgrew our quarters; first one
warehouse was added and then
another until now we have
three warehouses full of goods
besides those in our Fort street
The "Wertheim" has jumped
from a plebeian to a king
among sewing machines. The
fact of people getting an arti
cle that practically combines
three in one is what makes it
valuable to every lady in the
land. We know of no other
machine that will give a lock,
chain or embroidery stitch by
the simple turning of a thumb
screw, and yet that is what the
Wertheim does. In addition to
its being the best sewing ma
chine it has the finest table we
have ever seen.
The porcelain lined bath tubs
seem to have caught the peo
ple s favor and we ve had to
send forward orders for dupli-1
cates. The one in the store is
roomy enough to satisfy any
one whose tastes run to roomy
bath tubs. The enamel sinks
are infinitely better for the kit-
I .1 I ..si. ..W.I ...,
i ?lwn lM " L COHVCIH.i.ih 1 -.i
iron UllUir tliat IS IllipOShlUie U)
' K:p Cle.ll).
W H Y LDCOL
IS THE BEST
11 perfectly solid ItciMe of twenty
Forms a durable mid elastic, not a brit
Ketalns Its gloss longer than any oilier
Iteslets the action of adds and alkalies
better than any other oil,
Klows freely twin the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition ot l.ltlinri'P. ilelds a
hard surface, suitable for Hours, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with
oil lu )mte form.
pigments ground In
llrings out the real shades of I lie colors
nml keeps tliem unaltered.
Is a otvent for the most delicate ol the
new coal tar colors.
Added to viirnlsli greatlv Improves the
working of the varnMi.
1)m not darken white lend or any deli
Has greater lody than any other oil.
Itequlres one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can bo added to linseed oil and ll will
greatly Improve the linseed.
t!nn be thinned with tureiitliie.
Ily actual tests, has outlasted the best
1 nereiore. i me ue-a piimi oil ever man
I Direction for Use.
lire Lt'i'oi. ill every respect in the
same manner us you would linseed
oil, with the single exception that you
may mid fully one-Uurter mere bu
rnt, to tho nunc quantity of pigment
llniu you would of liurecd.
In using metallic. Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it Is
advisable to mix up the paint ut leant
one day before it is In he used, then
add 11 third mine Litcob ami the puint
will he found lo cover well ami have
a kooiI gloss.
NKVKIC USK JAPANS.
Whctc hard surfaces such us tlmirn,
step, etc., uru required use litharge
only, never use .In pans.
LITOL M1XKS WITH VAH-
nml assists their working xud im
proves their appearance iinr illKY
HII0rt.ll UK IIHKI) H.VMK HAY 1IIKY AKK
MlXhii, iilhcrwiro ihe gum of the vur
nlpli may ho precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to of l.t:
cm. to varnishes dees mil reduce their
lti-lre nor retard their hiinlcnliiK ami
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Ate jut in receipt of huge impel lu
teins hy their iron barks "1 'til
ami hy u numhur of vcr
m'In from Ameiicd.
('tii)i-istillg of ri litlge mill complete
Vieniui nml Iron Uitrdeu Fuinilure,
rfnihllery and Cutlery,
Imu HcdstPmls, Klc, Ktc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
Amerioan &c European
Oils ami 1'iiiiiU, bnliriciiting (Ireasc,
t'ttiiMiu Soda, Wash Kudu,
Fillerprehs Clotb, Twine,
I) tK'K. Market baskets,
DentijciliiiH, Ktc, F.tc.
ItonliiiL! Sliilec, Kiicbricks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lend,
I'liiiu uml Corrugated Iron,
It. It. Mutuiiub,
Steel Rails, Ktc, Klc.
Sl'UAR & RICE
(iiihlen Utile, Diiiiiiiinil, Spi'iiv's, Met
ehiinlh itiul Kldoiiidu
V L 0 U li
iiuml l.iliond Tu in .it the
Luvvckt Trices hy
WM.fi. IRWIN 4 CO.,
H. Huukfold t OoJ.,dcTO)'X
Corner F'ort S
TO JXFOHM MY CUSTOMERS
1 WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE
BIG INDUCEMENTS t
AVill he offt'ivd to thu Public and it M-ill pity you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASIIIOX."'
... 1 AM OtTKIUNO NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys1 Cambric and Flanette Waists
Kli'tftint AHHortmiMit of Coltra ut 20 CVnta Eat-h.
.Inn! Ht'feiwd hy lunt "AiiHtraliii" a Large Stoek of
To he Hold for on'k wkkk only at 10e., Ylc., Me. and lGJe.
per yard. (oodn worth Ufn a yard.
. . 250 PIBOES . .
fn 10-yurd lengtliH, reduced from Sl.fM) to 7f oentH.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
OK TIIK (JKI.KUKATKH
Constancia & El Gometa Brands
. . . Jl'KT TO HANI) BX "I'lTV OK I'KKINO" . . .
fcS6 Tlicwe CigafH are .diivct from the factory and
ahould not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are ko frequently offered an the "Best MunihiH." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
583 Fort Street, - "HotioHilu, H. X.
Mutual Teukpuone 808-
No. 19 Nuuanu Stroet, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOH TUB 8AI.B OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "(.'iwlr Sam" ll'iic Crlluri, Napa Oity.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Sun Jour, Cid., V. A". A.
Dullemund & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
dnifriVn' Finnl Production, ttivli ami Mrlhiv.
Spruiince, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and IMiubif.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
Th Priurr of Summer Drinlt,
MONTH OF JANUARY.
-Post Offiok Box 187
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