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l'lfilufd to wilhrr S-rl unr l'aitii,
lint EUihlihnl for the henrfil of All.
WKUN'ESDAY, I'KH. 7. IMU.
"Stiyar is king," vr'w Mr. Ariu
stroni'. Anil tin croud lit" wat ail-
dri'Ming arc Irving tn overthrow lliat
niotiaroli too. altluniyli tlu.v all liw
off hi reM'init'.
Councillor VaUrlioti-t ax, "Wi
tt mil good (inviTiuiiiMit. and wt will
mccoimI ami lini it."' It i- about
timo you made a bogiiuiiiiK. after
having hi'i'ii in powor a wliole xrar.
A nii'inhor of the Patriotic League
desires an emphatic contra lid ion
put on record, of the aertion of S.
T. Alexander of Oakland that Mr.
l)aic wrote the memorial of that
liodv to President Clevelatnl.
HIS WIFE ON A TIME.
Distress of ft Ohiitaman Over Bit
Truant Nattvo Spouse.
A uativo woman, wife of a China
man, left home last night, while, bur
husband was abent making thu
usual L'hiuev New Ye.ir call", and
went and did likeui-c. She loft hor
child at the h of her parent
and called on .-oral Chinese friends.
When th" liusl.iud returned he
found hit home deserted. Thinking
"We are on thouround. familiar that t"p nw .m -iihiiup hail gone to
with eery feat tire of the eae, and i jior parcm-, h waited until this
.-ictimtiHi b tlie hiuhest and noblct 1 inoiiiinu when ho w.i anuo.ved at
10. "We are not an a-nciublage of
1 1. "We are in even ene a coin
mmiity of deteriuiued progressive
5. "What we Americans desire for
! these islands, is a good stablo gov
I',. ". do not desoise Hawaii, else
we would not offer nor to our mo
ther country. All of us love dearly
this mid-Pacific, laud."
7. "The islands are a richer prize
than a Totas. California, or
8. "And now, as to the natives; to
; plot againt them, to connive with
their eticinie, to wrong them in nnv
i way. wiiiiiu ne mining uu uui ----
Qawaiiaii Hardware Go., L'd !
"Attorney Magoou anl he had ,
been one of the tirt to advocate
actual resistance to Pn-ident Cleve- ,
He should have added. "And I
i Think of the bewilderment of the
, Piovisioual Cioverniuent, when the
lovaltvof such a baud as is here
nutiibiogrnpliioally described, i
placed at their disposal! In fact,
, thi- "community of determined pro
j gro.-ivo Americans." who thus offer
I Hawaii to their mother country, and
' would on no account either plot
against or wrong the natives, do not
seem to leave much room for the
, members of the Provisional Oovern
Saturday, Feb. ., 189,
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
! is at this festive season, festive
only to the Chinese, that the
BMU BULLETIN CO
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner F'ox't Ac Motel Streets.
her not rottmiinj,. Me immediately
went L i'ie iinn-. its' hi-mc, but only
found the thud, which he carried
home. On his vvav he met a Chinese
friend who told film that his wife i
111I..111I.1.I (l.itiir tvt 'fit mi till I
schooner Moiwahitie this afternoon Fischer steel range is most in i
(or Hawaii. . i ramie uiisiiaiiti ,im-mi l?:fff,M miniiW-- after
ru.ii.Mi .town to the Police -Mat on iiemand. l uteen minuics aucr
and got out a wamnt for tin- arrest . the fire is built your range is
of his better half for desertion. , e , , i.:.i...
realty Itjr U.lKlllg, yum mu.ih;ii
is not as hot as an oven be- j
liuisi; inc uctii is rtujji inm-.ii;
Ale KevclviiiK New Invoices of
TO IX FORM MY CUSTOMERS
1 WILL HOLD
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
John wasahniil to leave the Station
when the wife's parents appeared
around the Niiuanu street corner,
and cried out tti the Chinaman to
give up the child, as it was theirs.
The Chinaman epostulated with
the oltl touple and finally with the
when Cleveland wouldn't light
tried to give Luning a licking."
. 1 f .! - I it
tni'iit to eitiier live, or move, or uavt i aut ot me ponce retaineti cusiouy
tle'ir being. j of the child. About half au hour
Jlv iireent olijeet. However, is to iaer the wile was louuti ai ti lauticti
piote. and not to
in the cooler. Her appearance show-
I lauiruaire of the league, beyond say- , ed that she had evidently enjoyed
! iug that it is either the language of her "Kouohi."
men renrceuliiii' a nation, or it is l -
,.., in ,.,,: .upposed inte- , '-V' 'if JT I "' " ",y UA'- . ..
re-t of the P. 0. ha. i-ued in lla ,,, Surelv. not the American na-I Hood's Sarsapnlla is carefully
umi.in i reoort of the iuterv iew be- ti,,.,. or ele where was Mr. Willis? i prepared from harsapanl a, Uautlu-
u: ..;.., vv.ni. -,,,.1 Surelv. not the Hawaiian nation, or il.'"i. Mandrake. Dock. I iiiiurn.
I . ...I... . I . 1.. .!. .. I itt.iltiil.t milt
Ldiuokalani. If (he native- ne.ded i "!".' ". "',""". "": ".'.l .u .".'.' f,
..:.: ..r , ,..
. . . , , , , . t tiit'ii- m tut
"." i- ' tiieeartn;
garl for the ti'ui-Mi. nothing better The seriou ipie-tion for us is: lu
lion. Mandrake, Dock,
tliiuitier berries and other
greatest Kepublic of I novvii remeuies. ov a iucn,i.i, im
this publication could
have what caoacitv were Hawaiian Minis
I ters present?" For whether Liliuoka-
giving to Hood :
live powers not
III hi- speech befoie the " Lague"
Mr. Armstrong -poke iu gloomy
term- of the problem of government
confronting this count rv
possessed by other
lain bcthcOuooii. or Mr. Dole be ' eure- when other preparations inn.
! the Pre.-ideiit, Hawaii is still a na
Jtiou. and the baud of "determined
! nroi:resive Americans" have sent to
emigre.- a document which no gov
mixed population and coullutiug in
terests. Ills whole speech may be
fairly ami forcibly paraphrased thus:
"We revolutionists have bitten off
more than we can chew
with Us i rime nl under the sun. which re
spects it-eu. or claims respect irom
ol tiers, colllil allow to le sent.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
1 iimtiiiiii IniHri'MltiK tt'-n.litij- MottPt.
Minister Damon declared to the
American League thai he desired to
welcome one of its members to a
seat in the Advisory Council. TI
is the lir-t ministerial confcsioii i
that the Provisional (ioveruiuent i
has a sen-e of the want of popular i
confidence in it-elf. It is alo a iniii- j
isterial repudiation nf the Annexa i
tiou Club ,ts a representative organ-
iation. Mr. Damon's real motive is i
lirobably a tired feeling from Mr.
ninineluth's-tunlv imiepeudence to- j
ward the Kvcutivc. He would wel- ',
come any butler against that con
I suppo-e, at some time or other,
we shall ueeil the recognition oi
other nations, utiles- we propose to
pursue a little piratical course of
our own. Hut we may be sure that
we shall never have "their recogni
tion under the revolutionary niiiw.
unless we make a little more effort
mail we have hitherto made, to
i deprecate both the scorn and the
ridicule ot foreign powers.
Tiii:o. 11. Dvviks.
Craigside, Honolulu, l-sb. 0. IMM.
Mr. Armstrong gave evidence in
Id- speech to (he American League
the other night, as reported in the
Star, which would harmoni.c well
with (he so-called "rovahsi" te.-ti
mouv iu lllount's report
the annexationists had denied that
there was an annexation conspiracy,
and asserted that the revolution took i
Equality For All.
Knitim IIii.i.i:tin: -Will
von kindly allow me a few
line- iu your valuable daily. 1 lu
I morning's Advertiser editorial on
! the Chinese bill ends thus: "lint
Chinese who are already iu lliecoun
1 try, and have voted interests there
in. miit be granted, if not perfect
oipinlitv, at least as much eipiality
.i- is coiisi-tent with tiie maintenance
, of civilization iu Hawaii."
; How i- it that the editor of the
Advctii-cr protects Chinese interest-?
lie uttered not a word yet
agaiu-t the imprisonment of my
I . . . i ...... I milk.!. ..I I ...l tt ....ii imir.
. .. t i llll.-llllllil llll.l tri'lli'il imjiiiv.tii ...i..
All aion .l,,r.,ri ,,n, r.ililntrs fur iiearlv four
months without ease, when wo prov
ed the misconduct of the jury! 1
beuueil the Attoriievlieiieral to dis.
and asserted that the revolution took . l.-ggci me .uiorneyi.o. erano m-
. , i. ..:... , , i. i charge my husband, a- they had no
place spontaneou-ly owing to ih. vl(0.l,)tl irovo i ,l(, -j,;
comluct of the i4iueeii in .lauuary of
lMl:t. Now Mr. Arnisi mug says: "lu
l'. Mr. Thurston visited Washing
ton to feel the public on annexation.
The sentiment was in favor of an
nexation, but the movement retpiir
ed an impetus."
Luttur From Mr. liuvies.
3urtoii Iti u:.kiin:
Sin Some yi.-ar. ago a writer in
the Ovorlaud'Moiilhl ridiculed the
happy go-lucky social ethics of this
fommunitj. bv saving that if a Ho
nolulu man was charged with telling
h lie, he would simplv drawJ out.
"You cannot prove n."
The New York Nation, which cer
tainlv (whatever its politics) belongs
to tlie highest class of papers iu the
language, has recently published a
most scathing article, iu which it
"Mr. Dole is the head of prolmblv
the most rascally and illegitimate
little state in the world."
Thi quotation in actually repro
duced by one of i he government
organs iu Honolulu, without any
couunent, except a chuckle at tlie
idea that the "little state" will be
left alone. There IS not elell the
defence of, "You cannot prove it.'
tins of opium was iu our shoe cases
Hie steamer siewariless, tun water
tender on the China, and man
others under the reign of the P. .
have been caught with opium iu
no-se-ioii. but thev are all free.
Why has the editor of the Adver
J tiser not written a word yet on
' eipialuy.' Is my husband not a resj
' dent of twenty-four years iu this
citv? Have we not helped to build
i up'tln city? Our name can be found
1 iu nearly every contribution list for
.chimin's ami charities iu former
better years. Is this the way to
' tieat a tVi v ear-old man? The heaven
may pit v those men who took part
1 iu this illegal commitment
, ANV (il.lll..
Honolulu. Feb. 7. IMH.
OOINO HACK TO PIPES.
Etl'i'ct of tho Hard Timuts on Chicago
A cgar dealer on Madison street
complained a- follows: "There are
fewer sales than Usual and somu of
uiv customers who have used llt-cout
eigats for vears now get along wit It
the .'iceiu k"iutl. At least they try it
awhile and then some of them coin-niomi-e
bv retiiruiiiL' to lUceut
ciiars and smoking fewer each day.
Uy Lewis J. Lovuy.
TO-MORROW, l-VI). Slh.
AT in n'l I.Oi IC A. M..
A.T MY SA.I.TiJSR.001A
I will -ell ut I'llhlln AlU'llllll, lllllUIII'M u(
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 are 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 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 !
localities which depend largely
upon agriculture as a source i
of wealth. The resources ofj
these Islands are practically as
unknown as those of Alaska;
the energies of the people have
beeji centered on sugar with
rice as a side issue. Coffee
production is in its infancy and
needs only capital and the
efforts of l'rof. Koebeleto make
it a leader among the products
of the country. When the
Solons of the United Stales
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 brandies of agri
cultural pursuits. we nave
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 turrow
or every-day small plows, have
no equal for strength and
lightness. Kvery man who
HY KVKHY STEAM KK
Electric Printing. Olce,
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade ut
the "TEMPLE OP FASHION."
.... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Absortment of Colors at 20 Cents Each.
Wliuf they urr fully inimn'tl to do till
klmln of work In the lutMt Kyle. tt
tin; uliortvHt uotlci' Mid nt Uiu
most KcMutmblu Kate.
JiimI Received by last "Australia" n Large Stock of
Fine Job Work Id Colors a Specialty I
To be sold for on'k week ovi.v at 10c., 12e., He. and lCc.
per yard. Goods worth 2oe. n yard.
. . S 5 O PIBOBS ..
lu 10-vard lengths, reduced from SI .00 to 75 eentn.
Comer Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolnln, B. I.
I try (luoiti. I..iin..
I Ii'iikU-IIit-, I.U' lilt'
1 hiiut no iiitftiium li proUi any i Tlii'iv lias ln'"ii an actual iuiTi'imti m
flirt hi'i in lavi.r of our national i tin- unlo of pipus niul rtiuokiug to
morality, lint I lo liiiinWIy jinitost i imwo. ('Iiii-ao limn liuvo novnr
iu favor of Miiiin ii't-'anl Ih'Iiik -liowii ailiipti'il tin Ktitflish praot'n-n of
fur thu rulu anil prmripli'hol atalim , (.umkiiiK liipm m Hi" .ttn.'iitu, tut
2 Fiuo Counter Shaw tia&os,
1 Uprlylit Glass Blow Case,
Tables, Chairs, Etc., Etc.
At I IIUNhi:it.
DISSOLUTION Of OOPAUTNKH
Lint .Monday iuiiiiiK, tLnn lla
wuiiuu C'ahiiii't Mini-l-rs .ippnarml
on tlm platform of what lia-. lutlior
to lieun a mu-ri'i politu-al Ifa'ui' in
Honolulu. Unu of tlm Miinti!iii
funned tl inix'tiii,', tli'it I"' had
Ih'DII "lollK Ulllltlll to M'f till' t'Ml'
of ill iniMi for wliuin In- had lfn
Two days heforo llii- "it';fli of
thu Hawaiian Minmii-r wa-duliMrfd.
this saiil luaui) iMimd a manifesto,
which 1 iindurstaiid h-'is lim-n siut to
CoiiKrns; it Imgiiis as fullown:
"Tlm AiiiiTa-aii Lkiikih wish- to
ho lieaid in lln Hawaiian l.-laiulf
Foi ono 1 am nr. diiMriii" that
tlio limine should ln lii-aid. and this
in what it Miyi:
1. "Our ranks ini'ludi' only uitieii.
of thu KreatMst Kopuhlii1 of tin
I'tirth" 2. " Wo am willing to trust tin
onro of our Mig'ir. rii', f IIm-. and
otlii'i nidiist rii'H, in thu hands of tin
patrio if Btatiisiuuii of ilm I iiiii-d
It. "T put it Mii-'Miu'tly, I l.iuan i
au Aiiioriuan oniony "
I. "Wullfof tin) lllll-s of puoplii
who mado a Maud for law and
order, and uniulituliuliul riKlitt."
the llii' the pipes III llioir olliee.s
ainf.it their liome.s iu the ovoniiiK.
ami, of i'uiir-1', it reprusontu a hi,'
u mi,' to a man who has heeii iu the
halm of Miiokiiig gimil cigars,
('III' mill I!" 'ml .
Ti-ii day-los of time on account
f -.ifktif.-- and a doctor hill to pay,
m any thing hut pleasant for a man
of a Family to contemplate, whethei
ho i a lahoier, mechanic, merchant
or piilili-her. .la-. O. .lone", pub
lisher of the header, .Meia, Texa.
was sick iu hed for ten i lay. s with
t he grip during it prevalence a yeai
or two ago. Later in tlie M-aion lie
had a iM-mml attack. He hiiy: "In
the Salter cae I ti-ed C'liaiulierlaiii'n
( ., i-h (eiuiid with cousiderahle
uccc. I ihiuti, "idy heiug ill hed a
little over two day-. The iiicond at
tack I am satisfied would have been
eipially as had a-, the lift hut for
the iie of this remedy" It .should
he home in mind that the grip is
much the name as a wry i.men cold
and l''ilires pieclsely the Haille
treattiieiil. When yuu "wish to cure
a cold ipuckly and ellcclually gin
this iiiiiicdy atrial, li.'t and r(l o-ia
liutl Ins for Hale by all dealers, lieu
mm, .Smith .V Co., Agouti, for the
MIK i ul'AltlNHt.-llll' IIU'WKKN
ilic mi Ii'xiu'ii'sl ml ilni; innli'r 1 1
llrin 'iiiiiut ut I.M'iirii-, 1 1 ru imlix .v ii.
Il.lr. 1 1. I'll lllMllvil ll lllllllllll rilll-l'llt, Mr.
1 - : ir: u- luu'hi i-iil. In-, inlirr-l in tlif
Drill te Ml. HtiiiiihIi'-. ll ili-hti- ililf liy
tlif llrni will '"' piiil t lie' 'turn uf lli
linn liy Mi. l-i'iiiiiiiili's uii'l iili ili'liiH iliio
iu llic ilnn ulll ' Ii' ti'il liy Mill in'ii,
l.u'iir-; i ii'-"M'l(i ll n'.iii-i Ills friunil-.
Iii I'Xii'inI ilii'lc lufi'iuii!'- hrrt'tiifuri' itlvi'li
.. I.I... I.. I.I. . i'..kk..I Willi Villi I'.ll.t lllllll
I tlie Im-iiii'-- of I iii li mi on iiiiniMiui'iiuimt.
ill H. I.Yi t'ltiil'.'s,
AN liiS'lii KKItN'ANIIi:-1.
Honolulu,. I.iu. U ts'ti mi liu 1 Ii
Bi:rwu: w imki a n iiawai.
inn llnii'l. a I'ucki'i li'iul; 'ii mi ii tiiK
f . L.'i'riiihn'l,. A r. w.iril ot fill wl'l In
(iiiiil fin it- ri'lurn lo tlh' tlllh'e of llm llu
W.lllllll lloli'l 'II 'i-'t'
( I.I uWM.i:
nl l.ul.i OS T1IK
i li oi i liu l utliolli' l cini-
t, i , r i - ii" to un'i'1 til tin-1 kiiii'Iit'
ii M'lM) 11,1 i'li. I.!, lin.
nl "-IN !: 'M
farms, whether it be a small
patch for "garden sass" or a
ioo acre tract for general farm-
in j, 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 lence 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
cure, the 'fanner 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 oftiollars 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.. In
opened for settlement and in
ducements olfered "the back
bone of any country" to come
'Mil. 1 1 i;mii iu:
I .... i . I.. n.iitj,i.i,ii,ii ii.. li. i i i i i t
m,. i I'iuin . .u.'k.ri.iJ pi.;,,., una T. .". settle among us
i . no- nil nun' h in- in '
in i'i nun I'iiih'IiIiiiuI,
KxiH'ittcil In the Mont Attractive
Iti'itU the following -initial lint ot pei
lultk'4 uuil get thu Bullktin's prim bv
foru pluulng your order!, liy no Uulii-t
you will nuvf both lluic uuil money.
IJillb uf leading,
Kl'Cl'iplh of ull kiiitlH,
Lidii'lh of every variety,
t'otitimiH in any lauguugt),
KnvulupuH & Letter Circulure,
Sporting Score, A Uncordo,
I'erpctmtl Wimliiug Lists,
Uuiiural Ituuk Work,
Kic.. hie, Klc, Ktc,
I'rluteil .mil Ittoi keil when ili'hlieii.
-of tiik ei:i,i:iiit.Ti:i)
Gonstancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . Jl'ST T HAN'H KN "IMTV OF I'KKINO" . . .
Kg-- These Cigars are direct from the factory ami
bhould not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are so frequently offered as the "Best Manilas." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you
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iiUlt I'ltli ALWAYS till. LuW I.M- IN llnMU ft f
Uay Nil .lull I ullimcil in lfnvu t tit- (if
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