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xDlu iinihi bulletin.
Plfdutd to neilh't S'Ct nor Party,
mmwniv i.'i.'p I iikii
U,iSUA'l l l-Ul " l"'1-
Congress, while permitting tlio
repairing of Karragut's old ihgMiip,
allot toil no money for tlio purpose.
Work will therefore drug along on
tlio Hartford from time to time ;
tho depart incut has spare fmiiN.
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Nothtngbut popular agitation lift
saved the interesting roho thus far.
just as the ame power prevented
tho breaking up of an ancient man-'rlio
of war in England latelv.
It t reported that the Indians of cheap laud h oiio which aso
the Southern lie agency are in ier, S;;K!9'Sto';J
bad humor, bocau-e the Lnitoil I V.,H, rM.,g ()f territory have been
States (ioeruuieiit has not carried , inircliaod and pro ompti d, and aro
out a treaty with them, made throe lioUl for .peculators in prospect of
years ago, providing Tor their trans , receiving that tributo from labor
, . i ,-. i mm . known as the "unearned increment,
for into Southern t tali. I hey ar.. ..T( ,m W. f Wftffll.. w,i,.,
going to "git up and git" into the the text books of lisoal philosophers
promiood laud one of tliee da of ' dwill upon as if it were a problem
.iw.ir ..,, n,.,.,,r,i TI...H i i..v" u-ill I of I'.ucbd, is not a law at all. The
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or ucci.irrii in nil mt'Miti rtiu,
and baud of loafer with rillcs uil
be sent out to slaughter them.
There is but a -lini chance that
the reported agitation for dNarma
mtMit in Europe will amount to any
thing until the present military nip
tains have had a chance to mako
heroes of thi'in-'lvox at the expene
of rivers of human blood and initios
of treasure, ti real Britain and the
United States, whatever tiny may
either do in dealings with the rest
the world, have apparently dn-
coveied the real laliMiiau of peace
in their relation, with each other
They have already put a gloriou
series of arbitrations on record a an
example to Christendom.
In the cotir-c of a plea for a cable
to the Hawaiian Island, the I'acitic
Coat Marine Kccord wioly save:
"The Hawaiian Islands are admir
ably situated a a place of rondo,
vuu both in time, of war and peace,
and whether they remain a Itcpuhlic
or again become a Kingdom the
commercial interest., iiiu.t increase.
Sympathy and assistance will uatur
ally be tendered to that country in
closest relation, and trade will go
wlo-re the means of communication
aro of the bet." The Uocord think,
the United Siati-R tioveiumeut -which
it ii is a patomal one him
way -lioulil puh the cable through
regardless of the pietion of it pay
ing for the iuvc.t incut.
Mr. I.oud ha. introduced a bill in
Congio-s providing that all -im.uiiI.
third and fourth olli-i-r of sea
going pa.senger Mcniu.hip shall be
licensed. Tin bill ha. been intro
duccd at the reipiest of Captain
Jame. Carroll of Sau lraucisco. He
sas that it meets the approval of
.hips' olllcer. in general. The idea
ir to make all watch otllcors rc.poii
sible ami liable to lo-o their liceico.
from au.v remissness or iiicinnpot
iiucy. It will tend to improve the
personnel of the olliocrs of non-going
merchant vccls. It will also place
some of i he icnpomuhility nearer
whore it belongs in caes whore acci
dent occur when vessels aro not in
charge of their captains in person at
Eiimm IU'i.Li:riN: -
Tho huiuaii race ox)ii(N such a
large portion of its time in coutia
dictions that vurv little i. left for
tho cultivation of what may be con
' jecturod a. the abiding realities of
life. .lu.t now we are informed that
tho United States Congress has
knocked the bottom out of the once
inuch-vaiiutoil "reciprocity" clause.,
of tho McKinley bill, for the rea.ou
that no nation reciprocated, or oven
wanted to. It is sad to eo a mea.
ore for which so much wa. predicted
by its author, and whuh was en
dorsed by a large majority of legis
lators, ami wa. in fact one of the
trump cards of the la. t adiiiiuist ra
tion, .o igiiomiuioii.lv repealed after
about one year's trial. In like man
lier the boi'iut.) and import duty on
sugar is doomed by an overwhelm
ing vote. Congroi. ha. seen by this
time that had it not been for the
bounty on sugar there wouhl not
have been a Hawaiian question to
worry them, and the prospect of a I
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the sugar growing islands oi uii "V,Vi . " ''
world overthrow ing their govern-I I he rioters are now scouring the
ments in the rush for American ! 'ountry m the vicinity of Carrara,
bounties, was evidently too much for ' P'ttiug arms at private houses.
Congress. Therefore it is, that in i ---
future the Hawaiian sugar plautci , I'ruvuiuion Is Butter
will have to got along without even .. . . .
the small crutch which he ha.liitelv ' '""' ,,,,r"' lll, ll"''',, w1'" !,r" "''
enjovod. It is a cruel ami unfeeling J'"'' " rheumatism can prevent at
response loom protestations or ai " keeping the blood pure ami
laelimeiii lo the I uii.-d .". ate, and (r' from the acid which causes the
jocular faiuilianiv with ihe head of '!"""' )'" au rely ui.ou Hoods
the American nation, but it inu-t s'""'.''l""-'ll " remedy for rheu
have been clear m Congress thai if '" '"' catarrh, also for overv
annexation took place Hawaii would r""." Vf M'1r"r"1"' sal1 r1;"'l-l'"
"run" the I nitod Stales, and liresh i11,"' :ll,"r, diseases oaii-od by impuin
am and Cleveland would have had
formidable rivals in Thurston ami
The tenor of t he congressional do
bate on (he lisoal policy of i lie sugar
mid other protected indii.iries i-,
that conero. is roiolvcd lo kill olf
t lie big trusts which were only pomi-
blu under high protective duties. '
I'mler protection tlio United Stntt'x
tins bt't'ii steadily npproaeliiiif? tho
condition of tho older countries of
Huropo until to-day it is a ue.tion
whether Europe is not being sur
prised in thi upectauln presented by
tlu cont rants of tliu masses ami tho
There arc oinc current wimoinii'
! tin- purp.no of reconciling tlio noli
to tlio siillernigs of tlio poor, and of
! reconciling tln Int tor to their hard
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lot. "0-or population." The "iron
law of wage-".' The population of
tho I' uited States is, in proportion United States sends an ovorwhel
to area, only one-twentieth of that . ining fou - hero to tecstitbtish mou
of Holland, yet absolute poverty is nrolii.nl corruption. If the Adminiv
never heard of in the Not horlaud t rat ion's policy had boon forced upon
Kingdom. Australia, with a terri- j ns there would have been bloody
turv .14 iMririi na tint t'nitiwl Mt.iti'ci i t.irl 1i.tr.. A i l..i.uniwl . ..1 .....?
inula population of (Iw than that I
twin .liiii-i mill villi-.- in l '"
,.,v ,or i.oi.uhitod and hundreds I
of her people are just now leaving
to llud homos In South America,
,r1'.1 '" ,,H'il'Y,l ."
: "-JM-1.-I ,11 -M' llllt M'lllt.' Mill fil lll'IU
i oy can obtain land for homos, ami
. this eseutial feature in colonization
meaning of the "inexorable" law
montiouol is that wages can never
be depressed beneath a ooiut at
which they will support life. This
is fale in two particulars: In the and our own right arms alone." -llrt
place the law does not apply to llriilif mi7 standard.
those who starve through being mi-;
able to find any work at all; and j TnE sAMOAN 8T0RM VICTIMS.
secondly, a workman, even when m j
constant employment, mav have I
hours m long, ami food so inade- Tholr Momory Appropriately Honor-
mate or unwholesome, as to mean i
(or him a short lite anil a sad cue.
Two other economic fallacies lie
on the surface. They have been re
peated so often that simple people
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the advent of man himself, and the
second is that in tho earlier ages
pauperism, as wo tire familiar with
it, wa- unknown, a strong or tin-
I 'crupulotis people might overcome
! n weak and carry them into slavery,
hut U they made them work they at
least fed them well. Besides pov
erty is both absolute and relative.
Ihe England of the llth and loth
centuries was a poorer country than
the England of to-day. Hut the
physical well-being of tin workers
from the hind up was far superior
to what it i now. So long as a man
can so fully supply his wants that
by abundant food, rest and leisure
his organism has a chanco of coining
to it fullest maturity ho cannot bo
culled poor, even if clad in home
spun and uuacipiaiutod with the
thousand -aud-oue invent ions of sci
ence for milking life agreeable. But
to tell a starving man that ho can
not be poor, must bo prosperous, for
his laml exported hundreds of mil-
I lions' worth of good durini; the
.venr, lo argue that peasants of the
present can obtain luxuries unknown
to iiiounrc lis of tho past, is cruelty
Volt fool no compassion for the
relatively poor man. Diogenes was
not remarkably wealthy, but from
all account ho was remarkably com
fortable. The world still contains
many savage and .eini-savagoiia: ions
who.-e inhabitants, though relatively
poor in the main, neither expect nor
desire sympathy. Nature informs
them when t lny are hungry and ex
porience teaches them liow lo got
over the inconvenience. But a high
ly developed civilization on the pruri
ent hues condemns a largo propor
tion of every nation to absolute
poverty to that iihysiological con
dition which renders such words as
"manhood," "self-respect," ami "in
dependence" mere expressions of
mockery. This is a fact that cannot
be gainsaid, that no sophistry will
dissipate, and thoucstiou ia forcing
it-elf drill upon the notice of those
who are wedded to tho old theory of
supply and demand, and unlimited
production and constant cheapening.
I'he world wants more ami better
fiuxl and other creature comforts
and fewer geegavvs, and tho question
that confronts tho world to day is
Is it necessary that many or any
should perish in order that many or
any should ostentatiously flourish?
Inaurroction In Italy.
C vim vu.v, January In. Rioters cut
the telephone wires and attempted
lo wreck a train al Avouch to-day.
A Carbineer olllcer was wounded by
tho rioters and died. The rioters
.ought refuge on tho adjacent
heights. Several rioters wore arrest
ed during tho day. A number of
trains have been tired upon in this
At midnight two squadrons of
cavalry had arrived, and fiUU more
troops are expected. Tho town is
now regularly occupied by the mili
tary. All the shops are closed, as it
is feared there would be a renewal
of the riot.
The anarchist have been joined
by other from the surrounding dis
tricts. Ihe cavalry stopped one
lriy which wa trying to enter the
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blood It tones and vitalies the
Hood's Bills are easy and gentle
.1 kind o L'timiiirrritil Prinliny
promptly tttcuttd ii U,w mtr at the
HE 13 FOR ULOOD.
Snvnge Talk of Dr. Bickwlth About
His Country's FliiR and Forcos.
Tho Hov. Mr. Beekwitli, formerly
of Watorburv, in a letter from Ho
nolulu to i. T. Atwood, mvs: "You
uirv indignant .-.',. .it it. but not a
wlut dwhearloned. Wo shall stand
firm till better counsels prevail at
'ahiiigton. We ean take care of
ourcl, for.ifw vears ifnles.o the
ami true, annul to tho tooth, ami
HvII llll ll'IU'lirtl HI1W HUlMlllllU llll
il, .il.i. n,,,l ! ,l,.r... .,f il...Ir
fortunes and their homes, would be
no moan foe as against any Anion
can forces now In thoe wafers. We
should have fought to tho death.
"lint we do not expect any assault.
We do mil believe the mother will
so treat her child. When Minister
Willis arrived wilh orders to restore
the infamous ex Queen ho called a
hall as soon as ho took in the situa
tion. And the halt has been long
enough for Congress to act. Ami
wo do not believe Congress will de
clare war against us. It will not
stoop to that infamy.
"Wo do not expect anv help from
the present Administration, but wo
do expect Congress will say: 'Hands
oir.' And we can stand alouo if wo
are let alone. Wo shall have friends
in the uoxlAdmiuist ration, wo firmly
believe. Till thou we trust in Ood
on. ax Annapolis,
Anwvoi.in (Md.), January '21. The
momoryof the American naval heroes
who lost their lives m tlio groat
iiiriii (ii iiina in .unroii. w . was
l'"-rod by ho unveiling of iibeauti-
fill memorial wimlow at tho Naval
Academy to-day. This is a tribute
of the L uited Stales Naval Associa
tion. Dr. Clark, chaplain of the
Naval Academy, delivered a special
sermon. Several olliocrs who wit
nessed the terrible scone wero pros
cut. The window comes from tho
I studios of the Ifoynl Bavarian estab
lishment of .Meyer ,v. Co., in Munich,
and was on exhibition at the World's
Fair. The window is seventeen feet
long, four feel wide and contains
throe pictures. Two of them iiorlray
scenes at Samoa and the third is a
scriptural piece illust rati vo of Mat
thew viii, LI).
Ilolow the Biblical illustration aro
two large disks. Tho upper one
shows a broad expanse of water,
which relied m the rays of a setting
sun struggling through wind-driven
clouds, by which the sky is hidden.
On tho horizon an lx faintly scon
coral reefs. The m-ciio was intended
to represent the harbor of Apia just
prior to the storm. Standing out
Dolillyiu the foreground is the fri
gate fronton. In the near distance
is the Vaudalia.
O. W. (). Hardinau, Sheriff of
Tyler Co., W. Va., appreciates a
good thing ami does not hesitate to
say so. lie was almost prostrated
with a cold whu he procured a bot
tle of Ci.tunb'-rlninV Cough lleinedy.
lie says: "It gave me prompt relief.
I liml it to bo an invaluable remedy
for coughs and colds." For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
Oceanic Steamship Co.
IN MAN I ItANdsl'O.
I.ri'ii UiiiiiiivimI ii.oo .l.'T Mnrkci
I'll ltillllliVl' llillll ..'
I reel lo
l.'lN MoV'I'iJO.MKItV Stui'.kt,
II Milll mi MUM II llnin.)
(V I mm tlii. ilntc all tuiiiiiiuii en-linn-
-1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 it; ' lie m.iii l-'niiii'i.i'.i I'.i---iiiii-'i'r
Iii-iiii- -limiiil In. miiii in Win iihw
dllii'i', 1.1- Muiii;iiiiii'r. Mii'i't.
WM. G. IRWI.S & CO., L'D,
ili-niriil Aiti'lU-i ili'i'iiiiH'
h iMliinliii I ii ill
rpni. I itNlTPIli: ur KIX Ho i.mh
1 i iniiiiiiir (.ir Ii iini'ki't'iilnc, iiu'liiillii);
a linn I ; 1 1 r J u 1 1 1 I liii'hurliiii I'ialm Mini a
'.New IJuiiii'Y 1uuuik Msi fiiim Aliily t
,Sy. m lltrulalilu utri'vl, mar I'iiiicIiCduI.
Saturday, Feb. ., 1S94
The Chinese New Year is ;i
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
is at this iVstive season, festive
only to the Chinese, that the
Fischer steel range is most in
demand. Fifteen minutes after
the fire is built your range is
ready for baking, your kitchen j
is not as hot as an oven be
cause the Ivat 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
established, what will be the
source of revenue for the in
creased population? If the
government lands ace thrown
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 laud would
be taken up by small farmers
who will trikn im tin, nm.lnr-
tion of coffee and fruits on a
.i .!... ...:tt i ii
scale that will place Hawaii in
a prominent position among
localities which depend largely
upon agriculture as a source
of wealth. The resources of
these Islands are practically as
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. Ivoebele to make
it a leader among the products
of the country. When the
Solons of the United States
can be convinced of the neces
sity of admitting canned fruits
free into their territory another
industry will spring up and
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 turroyv
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 stock 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
has seen this style fence knows
it is stronger, better and
cheaper than any other method
of fence building.
In some localities, where wa
ter is at times 'Difficult to pro- j
cure, the tanner must adopt
artificial means and in this res
pect nothing better than the
Aermotor 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 hour. Let the land be
opened for settlement anil in
ducements offered "the back
bone of any country" to come
and settle among us.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'ri
Uppoalte Hpreokels' illook,
!U7 KOUT STUKIfiT.
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms n ihtrAble and elastic, not a brit
Hctalns Its k'o" lonr than any other
Kcslrts the Action ol acids and alkalies
lirtter t tin ii any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Mthnrge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for tlniira, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
' tmte form.
Brim's out the rent aim, In. nf iIih rnlnr.
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coul tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
working of the varnish.
Dy not darken white lead or any deli
Ha. greater body than any other oil.
Hequlres one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
fan be added lo lln.eed oil and It will
greatly Improve the lln-ced.
Can bethlnnnd with turiciitliie.
Uy actual tests, bus outlasted the best
Therefore, I- the best paint oil ever iiimii
ufuctiirisl. Direction for Use.
IJi-e I.tvoi. hi every respect in the
siime milliner in) you wouhl linseed
oil, with the single exception time you
limy mid fully ime-ipturter more Lit
ooi. to the siime quantity of pigment
than you wouhl of Unseed.
hi Using metallic. Venetian red, the
'".i I""1 "".",r ,,r: l'l""u. t i"
uuviPiiiiio lo mix up Hie inilut at least
!' duv before It is to he used, ihou
i dd thlul mote I.troi. mid the pidnl
wi ,, fl,(mi, , ,.v,.r w,. ,, ',,,
ii good gloss.
NKVKK USK JAI'ANS.
Where hard stir faces such us Hours,
steps, etc., ure required use litharge
only, never Use Japan.
l.l'COI. MIXKS WITH
mid nssii-ts their working mid itn
proves tholr iipponrniu'0 hit tiiky
HIIOI'l.ll UK IMKD riAMK DAY THKV AUK
MIXKK, otherwise the c,um of the var-nh-h
may he precipitated or Ihe mix
The inhlilion of from to A of Ix
cot, lo viirnirhcr docs not reduce their
lu-tre nor retard their hardculni; uiiil
drying and ii prevents their crackini;.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
H. Hackfeld & Go
Arc jusl in receipt of laryo importa
tions hy their iron harks "I ml
and by n number of vos
soli, from America.
Consislini; of ii large and complete
Vienna mid Iron Uiuilun Furuitiiie,
.Saddlery ami Cutlery,
Iron Ho(ltmids, Htc, Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
Oils ami l'liiuts, I.iihricntiui; Urease,
(.'iiuxlio Smla, Wash Soda,
Killorptess Cloth, Twine,
liigH, Market liaskets,
Dcinijuhiib, Ktc, lClc.
Uoolliii: Slates, Firchricks,
Shod Zinc, Sheet Lend,
I'luiii and ('ununited lion,
It. It. Matciialt,
Stool Hails, Ktc, Ktc.
SUGAR & RICE
Gulden (iitii-, Ui.iniiiml, Sit'ii V, .Mel
(limits and Kliloiailu
On the uiiikI l.lhurill Tel ills .it the
Lowest Price hy
H. Hackfcld & Go.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort Ac Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO IXFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING TBE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will In- offered to tlio Public
..... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant AbHortment of Colors at 20 CVntu Each.
.Just Received by last "Australia" a Largo Stock of
To be Hold for onk wkek only ut 10c, 12ic 14c. and lBJc.
per yard. Goods worth 25c. a yard.
. . 2 5 O PIECES . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 eentu.
Comer Fort and Hotel Sts.,
Manila Cigars !
ok tub n:u:uitATi:i
Constancia & El Gometa Brands
. . . JT8T Til HAND i:. "I ITY OK I'KKINO" . . .
fc3f These Cigars are direct from the factory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are so frequently offered as the "Best Manilas." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER fc CO.,
683 irort St7oit, - . Honolulu. H. I.
T. HOPP Sc CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
hliib'U' I'k-ui", and Sit.
C0KNICI2 I'OLES IN WOOD OH BHASS MOUNTINGS.
ELEGA NT UPl-IOLSTEKTf
In Klim .SirliiK, Hair Wool. ,Mo ami Htrww MiitiroMes.
l'll.l.uVs OK 1,1 VK lli:i:.SK KKATHKIIS AND S1I.K KI.08H.
Laust Improvements io Wire Matiresses, Lounge 4 Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Hlgb Cbalrs.
itnr L'lililiiKt'MukliiK Wrkln,i U Kupi-rlor in Mwi ami Mutirliil.
ri'iiMTUiic and si.ttki:.sm:s iu:iaiio:i as iiooi) as nkw.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
gm- un run i ai.v.v tiik i.uwii in iiumu.i i.r.
2o. 7-i JClcr Street. -
and it will pay you to trade at
Honolulu, & I.
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc'
. . Heaelulix, H. I.