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'u gftilii JhiUctin.
Plrdyed to nrith'r Sect nor Party,
but Kstnblighril fur llir H'wfoaf Ml.
TUESDAY, JAN. :0. lHl
Clemoney nml fortrivtuioiM ari not
mentioned in t ln stilitioti law pawl
by the 1 U.
What linvu tin1 urgniM of tho I'm
visional Government and I ho Auiit'v
atlon Club to ay to tlit charge of
bloodtliirstiiie.i ngainit theii mvn
It 1st lio Umutinnont's gold that
is proposed to bo wxidiauged for
llvor. At tlu market rate thu jTiO,
000 would bring th tr aur in
glUX) of "unearned iiierement."
Guessing cap are in order it lo
thu question of whether the arrival
of a now French Coiiiintainiinr be
token any iuiportaut vliaugo of alti
tude on tho part of France toward
Where were oluinene.n and for
ghencss wheu Wilcox and Loouiaux
were driven into a corner for at
tuuipted runolutioni The TluirMuu
Goxeruiuent wan appealed to, on
ground of moron and policy both.
to drop tho case- when it was found
the real offenders nvero not tho ones
iu jail, but it pushed tin proeeu
tious to the bitter end.
Mr. Theo. 11 Davios has repub
lished iu painphlei form his tetlern
from January. 1 '.;. to January. IMM,
inclusive, on the Hawaiian ipie-tiou.
With an "Introduction" nml a "Con
clusion" of new matter, tho work
makes up tW pages, flic puuplilel
is entitled. "Letters upon tho I'oli
Ileal Crisis in Hawaii." In tho course
of the period covered Mr. Davien
has Im'oii nery bitterly and often at
tacked, but his arguments in behalf
of tho integrity of tho Hawaiian
nation have never been answered
straightforwardly. Tin- pamphlet
is being circulated gratuitously
uiiiougst people at home anil abroad.
me, sickened and died from time to
A writer iu the Washington New- time, and I becime curious to know
of Jauuarn M give-n two column ins -onicthiug about the disease that
,.,",, i ... . , I curried so many of Hie rodents oil.
lory of the Hawaiian revolution, lo , ,.,,, ,.,, ., , ug about
show that "sugar w a-at the bottom lit,,, ral j ,ks, so the thought
of it." After completing a straight i growing upon mo that tliodiscnsoso
story the writer -ay: "These facts Inlal to the ral might be made dan
. . ... i l'iiiiiii lii I hi, nil m nearest intiL'liluir.
..... li.itti.r lltnn i.fi PI . I. ill Jillil fill.
chest unity jokes about tint Cjiicen.
her color autl character. Tim juke
ami cartoons -hniild be thrown into
the lire. The bln.c from them will
ueip an iruiu-iot ing pcopio to -ee
more plainly the facts. Now that
the sugar bounty i- to in abolish d.
pcrhap i Ik. planters will get along
junl us well without Icing annexed
lo the United Slate.-,' That i-Jtt-l
about what we believe the planter
are now thinking themselves.
Mr. Davios in his pamphlet, noticed
in another paragraph, quotes some
apt political maxims from a work
entitled, "The Nation," by E, Mid
ford. Here area couple of them:
"Political rights include the right
of evtry pirsou burn iu the nation,
to be mid to remain iu its citieu
ship. The personality of each is In
be renpocte I iu it, ami to act iu it,
not negatively but positively, not
passively to be allowed, as if the
nation were only some power over
it, but it is to act as it-elf a deter
minate power in it. riie freedom
nf the people pre-uincs that the
political order shall conform to the
will of tho political people-." What
are here referred to as "the people"
of a nation are not the same as tho-e
for whom the Star is just now insist
i iik' on democratic rights.
The Kind Thuy Are.
The Adnortisor m its peculiar Cen
tral Uuiou Chuich style of sauclity,
heads its sensational sheet of Jan.
'27, thu-: "The men at the head of
the Provisional Government are ac
knowledged by all nidus to be of the
highest integrity and public spirit.
Willis' despatch to Gresham Nov.
11, IBM." We cannot nor will we
believe that Minister Will's over
used the above expression iu the
sense the .Ulvortisor lias given u
Men of the "highest integrity
leaders of an affair of honor, do not
generally stoop to the lowest depths
of degradation by using all manner
of vituperation, lies, viperous slau
der, and hire ussa-sius to coiittnu
ally threaten tho life of the Queen,
and allow the Cent ral Union Church
to bo used as a ba-e of operations for
the assassins to spy, and watch for
an opportunity to murder Her Ma
jesty in cold blood. All this has
been if not directly done by those
of the "highest integrity," has con
tinually been sanctioned and en
eouraged by those saintly lambs,
which amounts to the same thing.
Also, how about Clans Sprockets and
many others who were marked ami
naiuod, that wore to be murdered by
ihe hired assassins of those saints of
the "hiuhost iutoL'rilyT" Tim lives
of the Queen and her friends count For pains iu the chest there is
for nothing iu the eyes of the hypo- ! nothing bell or than a llanuel cloth
critical gang. Uut when those of saturated with Chamberlain's 1'ain
thu "highest iiitegiily" are threaten Malm and bound ou over thu seat of
nd with punishment, nh! hold! that pain. For talo by all dealers. Ben
tdteu the cu-e etitucly. It is then sun, Smith Co., ngoul for the
they lake water and warble iu a dif- Hawaiian Jsland-
! ferent kvy. t Tho Advertiser with its
1 partisan, lying and sensational writ
, era will croat o uo capital at Wash
ington, as Congress has thoir weight
and measure down to a fine point,
and will net accordingly at the pro
per time. Cheops.
, A Brokerage Deal. ,
EntTon Hi'Llctin: -Mr.
S. M. Damon, I'. G. Minister
of r inatice, is asking tor tender, to
1 bo lodged not later than to-morrow
at noon for tho exchange Of $50,000
I'. S. gold for $.VMKHl in Hawaiian
-liver. As 1 have not soon any ox-
i plaiiatiou why this brokerage deal
w ucceary, .'think the attention of
, the pnbl e should bo called to same.
1 1 may possibly bo wrong, but as 1
understand it, this means that the
I'. G. have too much gold on hand.
and wish to load up tho treasury
with oilvor instead. Now as tux
payers and merchants have to pay
their taxes, customs duties anil wa
ter rates, etc., in gold coin, should
not tilt . o. bo compelled to pay
the accounts it owes to storekeepers
in gold. Tho Government is in the
i llllMIV Wl 'fl,lllj ( llllllll.Vl l ill -
coiiius uue in siurcKOopora in iimu
in silver, tho same storekeepers on
their part having to pay for goods
in remitting U. S. gold coin to the
Coast. Tho (pies t ion arises if the
Government owes money to a num
ber of various parlies, nvhat is the
rule, if any, as to payment. Certain
favored parties may got gold iu set
tlement of their accounts, whilst
others not iu tho swim are put oil
with silver. This may seem a small
matter to sugar agents, who also do
a merchandising business and who
oav (or coeds nought in ban trail
.Ha.,. I,i- .!m,lv ntmr.m-UtJllir i.nrl
o ta, riH.,.,,,fB f sugar salos stand
ing to their credit in the books of
their Sail Francisco agents, but to
the small trader or storekeeper ou
these islands, tho matter of gold ex
change forms nu iuiportaut item in
the carrying on of his business and
ho should therefore have fairplay at
the hands of those iu power.
Tuberculosis In Rata.
For soveu years I have been uink
itig almost daily experiments upon
l lie internal organs of dead animals
iu order to increase my knowledge
ol comparative pathology. 1 he post
mortem examinations were made for
the most part at the Lamparter
Glue works, iu the suburbs of Lau
ca-ter, Pa. Hen of course nvero the
bodies of largo numbers of animals
which afforded mo an abundant sup
ply of siibjfcm for examination. Tin
wemity ol the works swarmed with
rats. .Many of l hope, the workmen told
I - V . --- -- - --n" -f
man hnu-elf, I undertook a series of
experiments. My first rat subject
wa-asick one which I captured in
(heyatdof the glue works, without
auv exertion. The animal made no
effort lo escape from me, and when
picked up offered uo resistance. Its
appearance indicated that it was dy
ing of general debility. Its body
was greatly emaciated. Its back
was arched and its face bore an ex-pre-.-iou
of distress. It refused food,
was racked with a constant cough
and iu a few hours after being cap
tured was found dead iu the com
fortable prison iu which I had plac
My uext subject was a healthier
and more active rat. 1 caught him
only to mark him nml then gave him
his freedom. Ho came into the
yard regularly for his rations of
llesh from various animals, but grad
ually showed the same symptom
that marked the condition of my
first subject, and iu fourteen days
after capture he, too, was dead. The
post mortem examination of these
two cases developed the fact that
the lungs were badly diseased.
Tuberculosis had destroyed tho right
lung of each and only a part of the
left remained. . H. K. HV.r.
A Follower of the Orip.
The persistent cough which usual
ly follows an attack of the grip can
lie permanently cured by taking
Chamberlain's Cough Keiuedy. W.
A. McGwire of McKay, Ohio, says:
"La Grippe left tne with a severe
cough. After using several different
medicines without relief, I tried
Chamberlain's Cough Komody, which
effected a permanent cure. 1 have
also found it to be without an equal
for children, when troubled with
colds or croup. 2't ami fit) cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith iV Co., agents for the Hawai
Cliolly Lituwaite -Aw, lot tne have
live cents' woith of chestnuts, please.
Chestnut Vendor -Noohatiga. Minda
du stuuda; mo gotta some. Miss
Vau Huunor -Why, how do von do,
j Mr. Litowaitet f had no Idea you
were iu business for yourself. Let
i mo hnve ten cents' worth of roasted.
ii please. 1 ruth
Spoiled Hoy Mrs. Nmtblock savs
Cm tho most spoiled boy in town. !
Mother -I'll just have her know you '
are trained as much as her brats, any '
day. Let me know uext time she
oassos the house. Spoiled Hoy (ilo- I
lighted) Yon'in. Mother - Now, i
don't forget. I waul her to hear me
spanking you. -( limit A' m '
'Hut, papa," wailed the young wo
man, "you can have uo idea how he
loves me. He is willing to die for
me this very minute. ' "Well," said
the old man, scritcliiug his head
thoughtfully. "1 don't know that I I
have any objection to that. 1 was '
afraid he wa'ited to marry you."
Tho limit l'hmtnr.
KIOHT WILL PREVAIL.
Although It Has Been Obscured by
The fact is being demonstrated
that tho Democratic party, as it is at
present represented in Congress, is
unworthy of tho 1'iesideut whom it
was compelled by the force of public
opinion twice l rc.iomlnato. Grover
Cleveland was on both occasions
stronger than his party, and ho
is to-day proving greater ami
stromrer If ho hud not been sur
rounded by th half-hearted crowd
that ho '.the Hawaiian policy of
the administiatioii would not now
bo serving as tho sliutt.ecock to the
battledore of partisan misrepresent
ation and malignity. There has
been all along moral force enough
iu it, if properly handled ami sus
tained, to have raided it high above
tho effects of partisan attack, and,
as it i, nve have no fear but that iu
the end moral right will prevail.
Meanwhile, howuner, it appears to
have been left to the tender mercies
of malignant.-, who will endeavor to
bedeck it iu the habiliments of out
rage and wronp, just as Lilitiukataul
is being pictured as black as a
negress, as unwieldy as a rhinoceros,
ami as low-browed as a chimpanzee.
Despite tho habiliments and the
pictures, so long as the American
jicopln remain honest enough to
hold that stealing is larceny, o long
will the 1'resident s course, rightly
understood, be approved by them.
Except in so far as the questions of
right and wrong affect the national
reputation, tint Hawaiian matter,
which promptly brings every mem
ber to his seat, sinks into utter in
significance when compared with
tho overwhelming necessity that
exists for action upon the tariff that,
nevertheless, fnils for days together
to attract a utinruiii. The business
of tho people must remain more or
less paralyzed so long as this delay
continues. Two weeks' debate suf
ficed for thu McKiuley bill, which
had been suddenly spruuir upon the
country, and certainly a like period
ought to dispose of the Wilson bill.
Almost anything is better than this
loiig-urawu-oul uncertainty -- .inn
I'mnchrit Srim hlti-r.
Ask Your Frionds
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what they think of it, and the replies
will Ihj positive in Us favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
tells the story of its merit. One has
boon cured of indigestion ordyspoii'
sin. another finds it indispensable
for sick headache or biliousness,
while others report remarkable cures
of sciofiila, catarrh, rhotiinnlirin.
salt rheum, etc.
Hood'- PilN are purely vegetable.
By Lewis J. Luvoy.
Household -:- Furniture
On IWIDAyT Fob. -Jl,
A I in ' !. K A. M..
AT l&"Xr SAUBSROOXf
I will ull id l'nlilli Aiii'tlnii for iii'i'iniiil
nl mlinm il niiiy riiiiccrn
1 Elegaut Parlor Set
Uili(ilHrrril lii Silk nml Klxniy Knout).
I Kut liulliin MiirlilWni I'arvsil (ViiIit
1'iilile I 1:ImiiiIm-(I itMlii-t, 1 Hili-nillil Hull
Htitml. fun-ill Tiilil niiil Mirrors, Ivailior
l.uiiii!, Wickers! I, Wliltu I'd i-uliiln Mil
hit -:t, il vurlety ol
KINK UI.."S W'AIti:,
Large Oil Painting & Engraving,
Ice t'lii'st, I'luiio l.nnii. TarkUli Ituc
l.niiilri'iiiihi- mill rordrrvs Uimi'iir
nun, Murlilc t'loik, lliiiiai, Mos
ICE CREAM FREEZER,
Vrrnu.ln linlr. Tnlili". I'lmlr-. '.w .
1 McNeale & Urban Safe,
J UKI'S iji.Nnl.K HAUNI.S3,
1 FAMILY CARRIAGE
With Kxtm riliufts nml I'oli'.
Tim tlratnl I'luuriuiro Mile, to retire
this siori Irom liii-liif-s, vn 111 take ilm e
Thursday, Feb. 1st,
nnheii u ilollitr will muliasr nnjre In
vitlne limn ever liefurc.
I'Ustuiiicrs tire buiiiul lo have
t;inHl kiIHI" tlicrc Uiiii's. V"U Hues,
MRS. 0 L
FOR SAX MtANClSCO.
TIIK VI hTI.AMhllir
Wild. I r.AVK HONOLULU
run tub umvr four ns
Saturday, February 3d,
I lie unilerflKued sro nonn ineiiureii to
lue Through Ticket" from thf- ''by lo nil
points In tho United Mine.
fW Kor further pnrtlimlars reiir.lliiK
rreliihl or I'us.nKC, apply lo
tt'JI, i. I It WIN A CO., U'(,
'jr.- i, (iunerill AkciiI".
Kor ulni bj
-s 1'oL'MH nltl
Saturday, Jan. 27, l89Jt.
The introduction by us of a
full line of the Standard Man
ufacturing Co.'s enamel goods
was a business stroke that
tends to debilitate the nerves
of the ordinary Honolulu busi
ness man and paralyze his mus
calaria, while to in it is a mere
nothing; the goods are so well
known in the United States
and are in such general use
there that with our handling
we will brinu them so promi
nently before the people here
that in a short time no one
will feel that they can rest well
without first having had a bath
in a Standard Manufacturing
Co.'s enamel tub. We ex
pect also, to make the ena
mel laundry tubs so popular
that the annoyance of lost
clothes at the hands of the
Chinese washman will be en
tirely obviated. While these
enamel goods are an innova
tion here they have been used
in the United States lor a num
ber of years and have always
given satisfaction; in every
hotel or private residence the
architects include in their spe
cifications the goods by these
manufacturers and it will soon
be the custom here.
We have had a letter from
a prominent ranch man on one
of the other islands to the
effect that the locked fence is
the strongest he has ever seen
and asks for an estimate on
material enough to construct
ten miles of it. You will un
derstand by this that the locked
fence is growing in popularity
every day ana that our pro
phecy that the entire group
will ultimately be surrounded
by it is sure to be fulfilled.
lhere is no reason why it
should not be. livery man
who builds anything, no mat
ter what, gets what is the
cheapest provided it is, at the
same time, superior to another
article of the same description.
In the case of the locked fence
the builder gets for less money
a fence superior iu every res
pect to any other method of
building. In this country where
wood is almost as scarce as
gold pieces the locked fence is
The dinner table of to-day
depends as much for admira
tion upon the character of the
china and glassware as upon
the edibles. We have con
vinced nearly every one on the
islands that Haviland China is
art itself in the matter of table
decorations, and our method
of selling it makes it as cheap
as ordinary white china.
Hvery one knows, in buy
ing a conventional set of deco
rated china, that when one
piece is broken it cannot be
replaced except at a very
heavy expense in having the
broken piece replaced by one
decorated especially for you
to match the set. In Haviland
China, when bought from us,
if a piece is broken in any way
you can get a duplicate at any
time at the same rate you paid
! for a dozen pieces. We always
have duplicates in stock, a
convenience not only in cases
where pieces are broken but
for persons who do not wish
to buy a full set at one time.
You may buy a single cup and
saucer and let it be the foun
dation for a set of two hundred
pieces. These are among the
advantages offered purchasers
of Haviland decorated china.
Another article in demand for
table use and decoration is
cut glass We have a very
careful selected assortment of
this ware which we are offer
ing at rather low prices con
sidering the quality.
We have all sorts of stones
for sharpening cutting tools
from the coarse grindstone
mounted in a frame to the
I'Vank Walcot emery file, but
: we have never seen anything
I that gives such general satis-1
j faction as the latter. With it
you can sharpen anything from '
I a scythe to a lady's pen knife. ,
I and we sell them for fifty cents
each. Mail orders will receive
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0iKsitt bprrckuli' Uleok,
i H07 KOKT STItBWT.
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid Inside ol tnventv
Forms n durable nml elastic, not n brit
Ketnlns Its kIoid longer Minn any other
lierists the netlou ol acids and atknlle
better than nny other oil.
Plows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, miltnlilc for floors, iteps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil In paste form.
llrlugs out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the moot delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish urently Improves the
working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lend or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Keipilres one-third less pigment than
nny other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and II will
greatly Improve the linseed.
fan be thinned with turpentine.
II) actual tests, hns outlasted the best
Therefore. Is the liest puint oil ever man.
Direction for Use.
Uce l.rcuL iu every respect in the
same manner as you would linseed
oil, with the single exception thai you
may mid fully oue-rpnirtcr more Lt
ooi, to the same quantity nf pigment
than you would of lin-ee.l.
In using metallic. Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry plunient, it h
tidviridilc to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to lie Used, then
mid a third more l.rcol, ami the paint
will he found lo cover well and have
a good gloss.
NKVKU IIHK JAI'ANrt.
Where hard surfaces such a liners,
steps, etc., are required use liihsrge
only, never lire Japans.
t.UCOL MIXKH WITH
and UHnii-t- their working and im
proves their appearance hut TiitY
HIIOIIM) Mi l!iKU 8AMK 0AY TIIKY AKK
mixek, otherwii-c the kiiiu nf the var-ni-h
may he precipitated or the mix
The Mihlitlon of (rum lo of Lit
col. to varnishes does not reduce their
lu-lre nor retard their hardening and
drylnc. and II prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
H. Hack I e hi & Co
Are jiti-l in receipt of hnre iinpnrlii-
tiiiun hy their iron hark "I' ml
a ml hy u number o( vt-i-
Ml from Ameiicit.
(inuMiliiig of u large mid niiuplHe
VieuiiH uud Iron (lurden Fliiniliiro,
Sutlillery und Cutlery,
Iron HcdxtcndH, Kto Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
American &c European
Oil nml l'tdntH, Lubricating Grease,
Ciiudic dodrt, WuhIi Sotlu,
Kilteipicn. Cloth, Twine,
liigm, Market HuHkctx,
l)i mijoliiiB, Etc., Etc.
Km. lint; rilutci), Firithrickd,
blit-et Zinc, Sheet Lend,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
H. It. Material,
Steel Rail., Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
(inliluu (iiite, Duiiiuiiil, rtieir,n'n, Mur
cliMulk und Eldurudi,
iiiobI Liberal Tkiiiu
Lowest Prices h)
II. Haokfold A Go.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort At Hotel Streets.
TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
I WILL HOLD
EVERT WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
- BIG INDUCEMENTS
Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the TEMPLE OP FASHION."
.... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only, '
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant AhHortnient of Colors at 20 Cents Each.
JtiHt Received by lust "Australia" a Large Stock of
To be Hold for one week only at 10c, 124c 14c. and 164o.
per yard. Goods worth 25o. a yard.
. . aso PIEOHS . .
In 10-yard IcngtliH. reduced from $1.00 to 75 cents.
Conor Fort ul Hotel St, .... Hoiololn, I. I.
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JUHT TO HAN'll V.K "CITY OK I'KKINO" . . .
5 These Cigars are direct from tho factory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are so frequently offered as the "Best Manilas." ONE
TRIAL of thestt Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER fc CO.,
683 Fort Strptet, - Hoxiol-ulU, H. I.
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
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