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sue aaii.. aniiMin.
I'Uillni to nrilhrr Srel nor I'tirty,
Hut KutttbUth'd forth' llenetlt of A
SAT UK DAY, I'iiH U. W.ll.
SotixMliing ioiiH to lx wrong with
tho llolotnua. Maybe it has worm
If its eondiii'lors atti'iid to their
own raneh, they will be of more er
nco to the count r than by paying
FUeakiug ntteiition to the iropert
Correspondence of the London
l lines, containing a letter ironi t lie
American Ambassador to the manag
ing owner of the Canadian Austra
lian Line, reprinted in this issue,
furnishes a fresh instance of the
cordial relations subsisting between
the United States and (treat llritaiu
What is caumg tlie returned e
ilo, W. N. Ariustroug, to mal him
self bo miinerou; Does he think
that uot one of the "bel" people,
who have borne the ill of monarchy
all these 3 ears while he has been
Congress has had a few
study the correspondence
the Hawaiian Minister of
All airs and tin- I'll Med
Stales Mmister.no (publican iiieiu
bet who holiN the honor of his
rounlrv above tin- advantage of hi'
part v will el r the insults u the
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tinted state, which Mr. u 'I'"
clearlv slum-, has liven given bv the
head of the Proiision.il Govern
ment Who la On Tup Now
Plato 111 his republic suggested ,
that onlv the iihtlosoohic class couhl I
be really moral, since shoes and the
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proletariat couui 1101 receive me 111 1
lellectual education uece.sarv to
train the rea-011 ll is dueling to
the public to Know thai in lie Am
ericau League vie haie the real i
niou Pure; the moral and intellec
tual combination which commands
the re.-pec t of the P. (.1. and compi is
iiumeiliate attention to (heir oelu t-
basking in the sunshine of demo- ' , Oresham. enclosi ng the corres- of the Ui I Stales 'assumed'
eratic lii.eity, i- quite so til as he to ' ' , f ,, am 'attilude toward the supporters
c,l 1 ti. ..ill. .,r i , 1P ,f i.' , pon.ieme. was gnen in lull. Uelow ,)f ,,. ,ovM)lia o.nerninenl or
till the otllce of Minister of torc.gn . ,.rm.N from ,a, correspon-1 ,,at Oovern.nent it elf, other than
Atlairsf deuce are given. 1 one 'essenliallv and ilesignedlv ex-
on the (. tiiuese qucrli'iii. Tho t lroiisioual l loierumeiil were organ
prompt ropoiise to the League 111 I ied and amply stitlicicut lo suppress
the shape ol a report Iroiu a loun
cils committee recommending re
strictive legislation, I- signed In
.Mei. Morgan, Nott .tint Itmte who
mtist be well aware Unit uch legis
latiun as tlieir report rceomiiieniU
ha been pas-ed i.pon bv ih" .'u
prcu.e lonri and proiiouuced 1111
constitutional. If the planters oh
t.1111 lhe M-nms-.m of the League
to inipott their Chinese under the
guarantee of audi re-triclious. well
unit good for the piautcis, and
none of the three ei.luuiltteeuieu
will Mitlcr when at the expiration ol
(he period, the fM cool.is will Mil)
ecrit)e 1.,MI doiiais on briefs foi
Hatch, ISrowu and Suoth. to have
the law declared uue. nistit 111 tonal,
011 the plea that it was passed under
pressure ,,f a League o aimed for
eigners to who dii-tainm it was
deemed expedient to llelil.
Very few iiieinln-i.s of the Auieri
Cm League will tluulile lh lllselles
at tie- pietent t nn 10 earn w hat will
happen hereli.e vi-ars hein-e; wneih
er We have ."ilMl.il I nillltoli Lhiuere
1 here it, no nl. 111 predict nig thai
the League will enthuse this hham
report, tlieiebv asserting their own
importance while plnwiig into the
hands of their plantation euiplover
in the P. (.. upon whom nine tenths
of the League members are depend
ing for bread. The public will be
t'.ekled with the breadlh ol He
farce, while the It if) PortiiL'iie.e and 1
the "iou Sciui.iueii ' will wotidei .
where they got oil' the annexation
track and why they were shunted.
Under the dulcet strains of the
imported oratorv of W N Arm
strong, no doubt the all-powerful
league will swing into line with Ills
clients, and the ban about Arm
strong getting the Foreign (lllice
billet will be removed by the Li ague.
No doubt the recital of how this
Armstrong played lago to the
houest-hearted, unsuspecting school
fellow who selected him for a com
panion on his tour louiid the world
will be keenly enjoyed by Tim and
the boys, lago Armstrong lias limn
ed his own poiirad and a pretty om
it is. However, his alliliatiou just
now will not cause him specially to
loi-l singular in the role ho seems so
iroud of. nor is W. N. Annstrone
Iikuly to beuuestioucd bv the Leagm
ou Monday night as to what he did
in Hawaii lor his salary.
An English Opinion.
London, .Ian JU. --The Times com
meutiug on the relations between
the United Stales and Hawaii says:
"American political men may argue
that owing to the Hawaiian tjuccn's
uiiatciry COIIHIICI, rieslileiu I leve
laud's offer to procure her r siora
Hon 110 longer holds good liciiui
eally that mav be true, but will
such a piece of pettifogging com
mend itself to th judgment "( tie
Anient nu people T The President
has declared himself prepared to 00
operate in any legislative plan con
t-iMeut with American integrity and
molality. Can lhe recognition of a
Government described by the Presi
dent himself as imposed by force
and fraud, form part of such a plan'
I he President s oiler may indeed
have lapsed by the ellluxiou of line ,
but the moral grounds on which he
biuod 11 cannot have vanished even
in the stress of American politic in
less than a nn. nth '
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uvii (ii irif tiuim 01 vi)M
WILLIS AND DOLE.
"Warm Correspondence Between
the American Minister
and the Provisional
Laid Before CODECS!) With a Bllef MeS
iagi) by President Cleveland.
later papers from San
received bv tho bark
.umMiKi.ruiB Kin iurrc.sMmiciiic
III.. ..1 ..:....!. ..ll 1
hetwecu .Minister illis and r resi
dent Dole, of which a brief mjiii
1 inary was given in the Hi'LLKTIX on
the arrival of the Australia last
Saturday. At the same lime the
OOI.K TO WILMS.
President Dole, as Minister
I'oreigu Airairs, wrote to Minister .
Willis under date of Dec. '27, say-
"I desire to call jour Excellency's
most serious consideration to the (
dangerous and critical condition of
i' ''' community, arising, I most re-
.spectfullv submit, out of the atli-
' ,,,,1,. uhleh you have assumed and 1
the language which you have 11-ed
111 public and in communications to
this (.lotermucnt ami also out of
the published letter of the Secretary
j of Mate of the L'uitd States and
, the President's message on the sub
ject ol t lie restoration 01 tho 111011- .
"1 do not, however, claim or inli-
mate that this unfortunate situation
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hecu iutentioiiallv created bv
ion or by the Government which
you reprc-cnt, but arises from the
natural coustiuclion of your atti
tude ami the ambiguous terms of
1 lie statements referred to."
Mr. Dole proceeds to inform Mr
Willis that, at thetiine of his arrival
ui the country, the forces of the
nu.v internal disorder. He complains
aiuoiguoiis communications madi
111 the Minister regarding In policy.
1 ilesimtoli of Minister Willis to Secre. flllll Wlioll tlllll llOW the renrcsttn a-
saving his iiiteuiinis could only lie aroused the pasptons of all parlies
judged from Secretary Gresham's and made it probable that disturb
letter and Preidetit Cleveland'- , anee mai be created at any mo
iiess.ige, "111 which it has been de- incut.' iJefore replying lo the above,
dared in verv iln-liuct language that j 1 tlnuk lour furl her at I nil ion should
the deposed IJueeii ought to ln. re- ho dravv'n to it, as I refue to believe,
Mured to the throne by the Govern- upon re examination, thai you will
ineut of the Lulled Mates and to feel at liberty to atlix your signature
le-ne 1 no Liiiicu maics 10 inier inai
this asiiiued obligation would l
"Ymir language expressed in pub
lie. declared thai you intended to
perform some act when the propel
lime arrived, without disclosing
what that act would be. Under
'h-'se circiimstauces there arose at
oiici a general feeling of disquiet.
"The natural inference from your
at tit ude, language and refusal lo
disclose your purpose, ami from
liresham's letter and tho President's
mcsngo was, and is, that you in
tended to use force 111 maintaining
your policy. The fact is well known
that you, as admitted by yourself in
your coiiiitiuuicntiou of December
P.hh, without the consent or know
ledge of this (joierumenl, have held
negotiations with I he deposed (jueou
for the purpose of overthrowing litis
Government. The apprehension of
both political parties, as well as that
of penious who remain neutral in
these matters, is that you hold in-
.triietioiin to use physical forcti for
the restoration of the monarchy. 1
am not prepared to stale that this
Government entertains this opinion,
although its want of information to
the contrary has compelled it to act
as if it were correct.
"In consequence of your attilude
111 this behalf the enemies of the
Government, believing in your in
tentions to restore the monarchy by
force, have become emboldened;
threats of assassination of olllcers
of this Government have been madej
the police force lias frequently been
informed of conspiracies to create
disorders; the aged ami sick persons
of all nationalities have been, and
are, in a state of distress and an
xiety; children in the schools are
agitated by fear of political disturb
1 'inces; the wives, sislers and daught
rsoi me residents including many
imcricaus, ham been in daily appro
heiisiou of cnic disorder, many of
them having even armed themselves
in preparation therefor; the citieus
have made preparation in their
homes for a defense against assaults
which may anse directly from such
eoullici Persons have begun to
pack valuables with the view of im
mediate departure. Large quantities
I bandages have heeii prepared,
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tiiio iiiiiiinei-ieo ituiiieii mm, rc-
I ceived promise of asylum from the
I .Japanese lejireseiiiativo agaiusl a
possible disturbance arising in con
equence of an American invasion.
" The ruiuois of the intended land
mg of your forces for offensive pur
poses agitated the community for
many days. The situation for weeks
1 has been om, of warfare without the
incident nf actual combat Kveu the
ex-tjupon called upon this Govern
tiietit for protection, winch was
1 awarded her
"Owing to your attitude tho Gov-
n,monl has been compelled bi nub
1 be apprehension to largely increase
, ,ts military foice, at great expen-e,
its ollice, liave been placed and still
continue in a condition of dofuiidi-
'""' prujmrntum for a siege, and the
, community has been put Into a state
ui uilliu uunjtfnug uu lurrorisiu
'TIik OovoriiliiiMit lias most o.irn
I'ttly ?ounlit from ou, nml through
our ropnoiilntio at Washington
from) mi i Govnrumntit, somo asur-aiit-t)
that force would not bo used.
I and lias fniloil to ohtaiu it. Your
1 action lias iiiiforlinifiteh aroused
tlio passion of all pa'tiiv and iiimlc
"1 am iufori"" ' b the military
, authorities while the "force at your
I comui'iml is ut!leient to destroy
this city, it is Miutliciciit to suppress
I nnv general liuug ami eoiillicl of
armed lorerr. anil insurrectionists, or
to preen( the loss of life ami pro
The (Jovernnieiit i reluctant to
believe this condition of alTair.s was
contemplated or expressed by your
self or lit. the President of the
I United States. 1 have, therefore, to
1 as urn to inform me. with the least
, dela.i. whether ion hold instruct ions
I to enforce lour policy with the use
' of arms in any event. I trust jou
1 will be able inreplv to give assur
ances that will tend to allay the ap
prehensions oiling ju the com
WILLIS TO IWI.K.
Minister Willis renliix In (lie Mill.
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H(r o1 foreign Allairs the same
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wis lllllt- !- rutin T
lay. Me requests mm to explain ins
language - vvliat he means li.v the
"altitude" of the United States re
presentative, in couseituence of which
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, 1 in- twit-ui'ii tn-Miuu-i tll"-l'. ills,,
he nks him to iioml out where
prcssUc' of pcacci"
He asks vvliat connection the al
of ' leued ireonredues of the I'. G. to
preserve order had or was desired to
have with the Government of the
Lulled Mates or with the future
action of its representative,
'lhe Minister ays Mr. Dole had
iriven neither the time, ulaee nor
suitject matter of the "language" or
"coiumiiuicat ions" he was alleged to
have publiclv ma.le.
, Mr. Dole is asked to state which
message of the President's two he
' refers to, or does ho refer to both,
laud Mr Willis sais that mil having
I (.iresham's letter before him he can-
; uot discus it
Mr. illis asks to whom and when
had he made "ambiguous couimiiui
cations. He also wants to know
"when ami where and to what 'pub
lie'" had the Minister declared that
he "intended to perfoim .some act
when the proper nine aniied, with
out declanug what ihal act would
He requcs's Mr. Dole to state
what tune ami iii what manner the
P. G. had earnestly sought from him
some assurance lh.it force would not
"In conclusion," .Mr. Willis writes,
"I would ask .vour careful consider
ation ol the 11 Mowing statement:
Vour(uii) action has unfortiinatelv
to micii an extraordinary dec land ion.
Hoping you will enable me to reply
with the least delay, as roquo-tcd,
by giving me the desired informa
tion, I am, sir. etc."
iiiti.n 1 nou noi.i..
Mr. Pi l replies on the 2'.Hh,
acknowledging receipt of Mr. Willis,
letter, and saying:
"I desire to st. tie 1 lint the arrival
of tho newspaper copies byiholato
mail, since my iuie to you was writ
ten, of the special iues.;ig(of the Pre
sident of the L lilted Mates to Con
gress 011 the Hawaiian matter, has
rendered any fur' her correspondence
ou the siibj 'ei of my letter unneces
sary, as the message satisfactorily
answers u.y questions as to the
future action of th American
Administration towaid this Govern
ment, the whole flav.iiiau mat tin
having been referred to Congress by
the President. If, howeier, yoii
still desire the specifications re
quested, I will be ready to furnish
Tin: tu:qi i:it to wininii.wv mi: con-
Mr. Willis replies the same day,
"I have received your note of this
dale in answer to" one from me of
lhe 27th nut. Am I to understand
that your communication of the lat
ter dale is wilhditoiuf If this is
your intention, as 1 hope it is, I
would, for the best interests of all,
suggest that lhe whole correspon
deuce 011 the subject be withdrawn,
with the understanding that the
original letters be returned to their
authors and thai no copies be given
to the public or made of record by
either Government "
mci.iN viion or iioli.
In answer to tho foregoing note,
Mr. Dole says it was not his inten
tion to withdraw any of his letters
He does not sign his name, but
"Minister of Foreign A Hairs."
n'oiiii:i i.crri-n most iwi.ns.
On the lint of January Mr. Willis
writes to .Mr Dole, reviewing tile
correspondence beginning with Mr.
Dole's letter of Dec 'J7, which he
said contained statements which lie
was "fully prepared to sliou were
not unnamed by facts, seriously
allecling the Prisident of the
United Slates and the representa
tives of the I inted Stales in this
eountrv " He refers to Ins own re
quest for stieeilications, and to Mr.
Dole's M-ply that President Cleve
land's message .satisfactorily answer
t d his questiiii, , old then proceeds
You further say 'If, however,
you still desiu, the specllicalioils re
quested 1 will be ready to furnish
them.' In leply to this last letter,
I beg leave uiosl respectfully lo slate
that it your IliM communication ou
this subject had been confined to
the single question above 11 cation-
1 til nn 1 111 1 1 in. I , .1 1 .. nil I ikif m ! i ft 11...1 j.
, would have been given. 'That a
iitr-rMil couise lias been adopted
has been a somce of sincere and pro-
f0ml l(.K,ol ),, myself, a, it will bo,
it V 111 00,
I know, to my Government, and thli
for soveral reaeouo. among which
not the least is that it brings for the,
first timo ollicial information that
tho warliko preparations described
by you were caused by and intended
for the diplomat ie and military re
presentatives of the United States,
Your communications on this sub
ject, boing ollicial in character, be
come part of the permanent records
of this legation at Washington."
Mr. Willis then speaks of his note
expressing a hope that Mr. Dole de
sired to withdraw his letter of Dee.
27. Having received no reply to
this he had taken occasion the pre
vious evening to "explain in a formal
way" to Mr. Damon that his note to
Mr. Dole "was prompted by no im
proper or unfriendly spirit, 'but was
uteiided to continue the amieablo
relations heretofoie eistiug." Bo- I
lore eiosinc ins letter, .Mr. Minis
was al.lu to ackiiovvletge the receipt
of Mr. Doles unsigned note men-I
tioned above, declining to withdraw 1
was ablo to acknowledge the receipt
his letters, to which lie replies in
these vvonls, "Accepting tho above
as your decision, I have now to ask
urn nr luiuinu uiu ui, uwi tiiriu;.t
convenience with the desired specifi
cations, as I wish to make an im
Under date of January Mr. Wil-
at . .
iiu iia-.. w... . .. n....i....
"- """; oe-iu,i uii-iimm,
commenting 011 tho correspondence
wiiii .ir. Lnio.ano complaining inai
he had as let received no reply to
his final rcitucst for explanations of 1
his assertions in tho letter of Dec.
Ti. This letter was published in the
Hitlktis, as stated, fast Saturday,
tiik MEssiun in coNoithss.
Tho President's message, com o.v
iug the correspondence between
nolo and Willis, was read in the
House on January 20, the tariff de
bate being suspended for the pur
pose. There was not the usual btiz
of conversation attending the tariff
debate. Tho telegram says tho He
publicans cheered Dido's fetters, and
the Democrats those of Willis.
A Washington despatch of Jan
uary 211 sais:
tissiou in the Houc, which may not
1 lie course 01 .lie uawaiiaii ins-
come up fir two or three weeks, will
be considerably inllueiiced by what
may be done in the Senate, where it
is expected that Senator Hill will
create a sensation in the near future,
and, following up the veto of tho
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.se .is irniKe uiu, will sWll 10
make himself popular with the poo-
pie by mi absolute denunciation of
I till eilllrit nf llif. Aillnllii.lt Ml ihii.
It is thought ho will do this to at-
tract attention lo his embryo I'resi-1
dential bee. If he can secure some
following on the Democratic side of
I... O .1 Ol 1 !... .1
the Senate there will be iiilcreiting
Uy Jnt. f. Morgan.
BaqI EotCifa QT11 Qtrtnl
On MONDAY, Feb. 5th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
AT MY S-A.TjBJSR.00 LA
I Ml I.I. n.l T I'lliLIC Ai'iTir.
75 Shares of Hawaiian Tram
ways Company Stock.
IWT For further partluittnrn apply to
Jas. V. Morgan.,
Mortgaguo'ii Notion of Intontiou to
Voruclosa and of Sato.
NOItU'E IS HHtKIIV OIVhN THAT
nurciluiit tu 11 luwvr ol -11 In con
tallied In u ccfmii monk-nun Uat-l t-epi
eini.tr aotl, A. 1) I c, nut in lv .,. KKU.i
IIUna NAIIUAAl or llnlivv'a 1-l.iml ol
Molokal, to Jnmci M. Moiourr.tiof Hono
lulu, 1-1 mil of onlni, rt-curih'il In lie1
ulUcu ol tin- lli'Kistrar ol (.uuri-vuiii'cs la
l.ilj-r IW, folio 3-1, J 7 unci r, tliisiiM
Jus M. Moiisurnil, moriKiK''('. lu'i-ii'ls
lo foruclosn hi la 111 irtitifiti (or u Ijnucli I
tin) t-oiuU'loni, hi mlil inuriK.iKu 011
tiiluoil, to wit ' tin- noii-iu)tiifiii ol butli
prliii'iiiul nml Iotcrci vs lien out.
Nnlfi'u Is ulmi In-ruby ijlvvii Unit all nml
sliiKolur the luii'ls it iit'inuiitsniiil lion-ilnu-nii'iitn
In MiM iiiur uann coat ilni'il nml de-s'-rllit-il
is III lt suit) hi pulilK' aiii'lluii ut
the Mtlorooni ut Juiiics K. Morumi on
0.iiivit street, ill salil Honolulu, en Mi'N
UAV, tlie.'illi ilsy of lVlmmrj, A. I). Is'Ji,
ut 1.' 0VI01 k iiimci of 1I1I ilu
Tliu pioperty In mid luurtKuiju Is thus
1st. All tlinl ei-rtiuu pi re or puree I of
luinl kliiiuto ut tiild Huiumi mul v iiitsln
inn uu uieii of I neru, ' moiU iiiid .'I pr
elies. mid lieiiin tin,- mine ruiiilM) de-kvrlln-it
In Itoviil Piit'-nt No. 4.'0, h. r.
Avoinl No. IUII, mid that were eunveveil
to sid ti. Kosiilmiiii Siiluinnl l I'llkul'lkt
li.v deed dated lhe I'd duv ut May, ISOI, nml
reeurdo'l in l.lher IU, folio 1-0.
'.'d. The one undivided half or molet)
of mid H. Kekiiliumi Suliimui ef. In and lo
ull the follow lnr; iileues or jinreels o hind
situate at Miid hnlnvvn, vU : All that pur
eel of luud I'oiiluiuiliK an nn-uof ti roods
mid IM ierelies, mid mure uarllenl.irlj dr
erilled In lloynl I'ati lit No. I'.'SM, U l A.
.No. -JT'sMo Nnliiiiul, tin- father of mid t
Kiknhiuia Nalmial. All Hint imreel of
lilid euntaliilne nu 11 run ol I !t-UU immt,
and morn partlcillarlj droiilitd in Itovul
ruiciit n. iwu, u.v. Avviini .so. ti.7 10
oiiuion. tin iiimie of Kiiti h. Kekiihiinu N.i-
hiliinl. Ad tlint Jiureel ef land t'oiitulnliiK
uu nren of ron.ls mid .1 perches, and morS
imriiciiiiiri) deserihed in it 1) ui ruent No.
l.'-S, I,. I, Award No. ilMl tu Nsunlliui,
the nnelnol sihl 6. Kel.iiliiui.i Nnlin mi
Terms i'n ili lk-vd ut e.pHi.eo( iiiir-cliin-er,
i'or furile-r 11 irlleulurs ueiilv lo
J. M. .Mii.NhAlMt.VI',
Haled lluiiolulu, Jan. (i, lsUI, Hl'i .It
A I.I. Ai 1'01'NTn IUK Til I'HK KIHM
nf Yiien Ken I'hiin of l.lhue. Ka'iid,
have lieeii pluced for collection ultli Mr.
I'.eii Neumann. utt..rne nl-hnv, .ill Mer
chant -Ireit, Iloilulul 1. V. Miiiimir 111
Mr. I'uiil Sfiiioiiiin's Hi. e i nutli. n;fid
ti miWe nml reei hit for tlieir m niein.
vll Mr-oio iiideliteif to said llrin'.nu re
iilisiid lo nlt0 tlieir ueeo III s itlld s.tve
eul of Munition.
Honolulu, jun. immii ' ' "iji-'im
riMlh I I IINlTDIti; il sX ) 'Ms
1 roiiiiiliild fur ll 'llieloiiplny iliimlw..
a line Wpnxlit Olilikurnu.' 1'un
Null lluinii" Sunlim -M.i hlnn
; Vq. Aa iltr.nl.nta tlrual. itlfc; l-iiiir-l.
Haffqiian Hardware Co.. L'fl
Saturday, Feb. 3, 1894.
The Chinese New Year is a
sort of one-sided pleasure in
which the employee enjoys the
sport and gives milady a chance
to indulge her desire to do a
little cooking and show her
husband that she can make
just as good doughnuts as his
mother used to make. And it
ic m tide fi.ctl.'.i o,.-..- r,..,:.,
. . . .
only to the Chinese, that the
t7iscllcr stee rane ;s m(
demand. Tifteen minutes
Li, . t, ,,;i ....- . . :
! the ,,re ls bm,t your range 19
, ready for baking, your kitchen
is not as hot as an oven be
cause the heat is kept inside
the range where it belongs.
If it should happen that the
population of Hawaii nei should
double in twelve months from
the time stable government is
1 ...i.p 11 , .. -hi ,
.established, what will be the
J source of revenue for the in-
creased population? If the
government lanus are tnrown
open for settlement on the
same plan as in the United
States and in a way to keep
boomers and land speculators
out of the pot there is no doubt
that much of the land would
, be taken up by small farmers
who will take up the produc
tion of coffee and fruits on a
scale that will place Hawaii in
a prominent position among
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I 'u"'"'"-1 """- ucpuuu i.irguiy
I upon lljrricilltut
re as a source
of wealth. The
.1 Isan(ls ar. practically as
1 . -; a
i unknown as those of Alaska:
the energies of the people have
been centered on sugar with
rice as a side issue. Coffee
production is in its infancy and
needs only capital and the
efforts of Prof. Koebele to make
I it a leader among the products
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ui uiu cuiiiury. vvnen 111c
S'l-s of the United States
j sity of admitting canned fruits
j free into their territory another
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ministry win spring up anu
make many of our residents
rich men. Sugar may not al
ways be king in the Hawaiian
Islands; indeed with the labor
problem and drought in some
districts staring the owners in
the face it is an industry that
is getting "multyon its plates."
Now is the time to prepare
land lor other branches of agri
cultural pursuits. We have
an interest in every tiller of the
soil because our stock of im
plements needed on the ranch
or plantation is large and in
cludes everything. Our plows,
either breaking, double furrow
or every-day small plows, have
no equal for strength and
lightness. Every man who
farms, whether it be a small
patch for "garden sass" or a
160 acre tract for general farm
ing, will need a plow and ours
is the best on earth. We know
of nothing in the farming im
plement line that we do not
have in slock and we will be
pleased to fill all orders. The
locked fence will be in greater
demand with the increased
population and every one who
lias seen this style fence knows
it is stronger, better and
cheaper than any other method
of fence building.
In some localities, where wa-
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ter is at times dilticult to pro-
. cure the f.irnior musir -irlnnf
' .7 . l , lr-,,t- milhl .lUOpt
1 artificial means and in this res-
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jji:i.i iiuiiiniy uunur iiiitu me
Aennotor has yet been dis
covered. We have erected
these wind engines in many
parts of the Islands and thou
sands of dollars have been
saved the owners by using
them, We have them with
various sizes of pumps to throw
ten thousand gallons of water
per hniir. Let the lands be
opened for settlement and in
ducements offered "the back
bone ot any country" to come
ami settle among us.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OpM,4ltti Hpnsikvli' lilook,
7 nnvv STRMKT.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort d. Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO IXFOKM
THAT I WILL HOLD . .
EVERT WEEK DURING
"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 Assortment of Colors at 20 Cent Each.
Jut Received by last Australia" a Large Stock of
To be sold for one wt.ek only at 10c., 12c., 14c. and 160.
per yard. Goods Worth 25c. a yard.
. . S O O PIBOB8 . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 cents.
Corner Fort and Hotel St., Hoiolulo, B. f.
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . JDST Tt) HAND EX "OITY OF I'EKINO" . . .
83r 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." OjSE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO,,
683 lort. f3trit.
J- HOPP S CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Hln'f 1'leiTH und h-lH.
COHNICE I'OLKS IN WOOD OU IillASS MOUNTINGS.
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Latest luipruveuients Id Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Beds, Divan Lounges aud Sotm,
Great Variety ot Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Ulgb Cbaln.
Our i'alilimi.MnkiiiK Workhui Is Biipcrlur In Mtn mnl Mwni
ITHNITl'IIK A.Nl ATTKKSI..S HF.I'AIIIKU AS (IIHID AS NKM.
MATTLXCJ - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
tw outt I'liu r.s always, nn: lowlm is ih.noui t -
J. HOPP cSc CO.,
3STo. Tk iCtn.B Qtroot. - . . Kor.ciuiu, K. I.
THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Honolulu, H. 1.