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THURSDAY, FKIJ S. 18SM
AFFAIRS IN SAMOA.
Samoa papers reeehed bv the Ala- ! """"";' "',."" -"" " " ou, none, .ur ; mca. water house,
o.iuioa .iptr. ntoiuu u im am ,r,w Wf(( lu ia(l despatched secn Ka, Km.iiuIiilli and Suhr.
nioda cM.lirm previous a.lx.ces as to ,, to the time the Unpl appeare.l, )r. Kodgers, secretary, read ,!.
tho setting up of lamasoso king and, being a near relative of a high utes of previous meeting.
by a faction of the Samoans. There- 0,,iof' " wll t easily be brought j The t'r il..it aslted the Secretary
has been no outbreak, however, al "nvvor for hU crimes. His plan to read a uiiiiiiiiic:iMou from tho
thuuirh this is doubtless due to the T, J" ''.'J1 a 1l,nJ,l,t " tbo ,,w,l , Schuolii Club. couv. y.ng a resolu
tlouthttusisuoubtk.ss due to the of ,h u,fe, and. after the example I tion of that bodv ajiki-ist Chinese
wholesome mllueiico of the presence of illiam Tell and the apple, essay imniigt.Tin eeej)l under restric
of foreign warships. The Samoa I tobore a hole in it with a rill bullet. I lions conliniug the laborers to plan
Times of Jauuarv 0, after stating 1 'J" ai,n V"" dfective. however, and ' tatioti work. It also opposed nuv
that tho action of the Aaua people. ' f ""TThUn ?,! ,S T .1ft 1 ''' ""''?"" "' Chi
. i i , ,. , luneral. this accident, as ho called , m-se from A a.
i.i declaring lama-ce king, has un- , ,,, lM happened so often that he MltiiMor Damon read the weekly
doubtedly tho concurrence of the became notorious amongst the rela-1 financial statement as follows:
Atua section, remarks: , tives of the departed, and tho Hapid ' '
, interposed and deported the vouug ' ' ,NXN"NI "ii-nt "" tiir ki.k
There is not a sane man in Samoa. , man to a distant island. After com-, Um-im- H-mii k 7. imii.
iuinKiiui u.iumn wiui iuesiiginei
pretensions to common sense, wlui i
is in the least degree xiirprised at
expressed sedition against existing '
l4.lVlirillll.ini Mitt II. .....win It- I ...... 1 1 u..
it wa an iuellicient, or absolutely
unpopular one but because it vv a
Uoverumeul which, having been tet
up, uau, accoriung to .ainoan '
torn, to to knocked down, and
another head of alfairs to tie cere-
uiouioiiHly elected, which, in ! turn.
would be floored; and so on .7. in
liuitum. This is Ian .Shiiumi. that
diabolical stumbling block to all
advauce.ueut in this country; that
delectable phrase which in the ad-
;uu presuui siiiiaiiou. i no mosi ( places sue was kept busy looking .,.,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,
immature intelligence could but hi after native alTairs or on adniinis ' "u,t.'i!i. riffi.t"
certain of tho fact that the with trative business, and sho Ins now I'Iium, oto . ..."
ilravval of the ships of war from the.e returned to Sydney for an overhaul. '! vv,"u' ', W,K
waters would be (little a the native- V few of her crew suirered rmtu ?.Vl.t.'p!S,',r"", "
fear them), the siuual for oiieulv il:nul .siiktiess anil sunn. but. i-.m. i Mii-l..i.
uie-iieaiieii paies oi iiio-o imbecile, pears scarcely credible that a iire
vvlio framed the Iterhu Final Act. of i xumably s-iue bodv of moil should
the year of grace, ISV.l. was a watch- not see the utter a'biurditv and pro
cry lor what thev considered jtiMi.-c ' sumption of "live hundred citizens
between man ami man; placing the
uneducated nativeon lliesauie plane
as cultivated intelligence, and. like
awiardouthe stage, ciiiiiuaiiding
mo uiuereiii eieimiiis 10 auriiga-
mate, and become a perfect whole of '
concentrated i-MMice. Doubtless ,
iiii couiu oe euecicii oy a common ,
charlatan, but we liml the united
widoiuof three of the greatest na
tions iu the world unequal to the
In this strain the Times pitches
into tho fratucr of the llerliu "set
tlement," for having formulated
their conclusions wit limit first tak
ing t lie trouble to properly appre
hend the facts of the situation. It
expresses the opinion that the Sa
moans would decide, if the ipiesiioii
was put to th that Willi a ..illl-
. f .1 I .. i
..II..1..11 t rill..d ..ml ..,, im. . I I.. i. I l...
could "thrash au.v force that Hug- I
laud and liermany (with America j number of the North American Re
thrown iu as a makeweight " could ' '"". "'I'lio Invasion of Hawaii"
bring into their waters. The T s "SSW WZ Jl
evidently considers that the situa
tion is critical, and the prospect for
foreign residents anything lint pleas
ant. In an article on .lanuary .". the
Times expresses the opinion that the
Samoans really care little who i.
king over them, but that, "Native
taxation for the support of foreign
ollicials whose salaries are huge and
whose efforts are neither underi-tood
nor in any sense appreciated by the
natives, is at the Tiot loin of all dis
content." It sav, "What the Sa
moans really desire is to be permit
ted to do ju-t as thev have been
accustomed to do in past days, i. e.
-just as they please," and proi ds
to argue thai Mnaoii will have no
peace or prosperity until its people
are made to understand that thev
must obey laws and regulations d i
vied for the common welfare.
CRUISE OF THE RAPID
British Rulo in Polynusiii A Kanaka
. . .
The following interesting report I m"' the columns of oveniug's
of a cruise jie.t completed ly II. 11. I i,u,r' ,,1.n,, "hipping clerk ipioted
M.S. Kapid is from the Auckland ".VK: ""' ".V"'.01 .tu,l "'
Herald of latest ilate received bv , I"" "' "Mw roN-.' (for the crop, I
the Alameda: " I're-uiuei, and further on adds, "We
On December 21 II. M. S. Kapid ' KrJl"1 ''"',VM) to IlM),tHK) pounds of
returned to .Svdnev alter an absence ' "" Vr day of 21 hours, turning
of nine month-, during which &1(, j ''.'Jt l"t oO.iXK) pound, of sugar."
has steamed and sailed U,s.V nauti- ' 1,al i to cay: they make, at llelle
cal miles. L-aviug Fiji the Knpid V1,'vv ' l""1 t,r riK'r, at the
visited the i:iliceaud LJilbert group-, ra,u of ,-' t,,l11 .' - lo. 'I hat
which it will be remembered were ""-aiis that their crop lat for S00
recent I v placed under I5rilir.li pro lays and nights! I here would seem
tectorate by Sir .John II. Thuritou. " '"; cnfiision of barrels and tons
High Commissioner of tiie WoMurii I !" ""J niforuiation on which have
Pacific, who appointed someone at l),M'". ba-ed the comparison of the
each place visited to represent Her ! V"" .""""' "' '"'",r ""r" "'"' '"
.Majesty. Where no white trader's j I')iimiaiia. - . ,, Sl L ,l
nervicus were available come inlluen- Honolulu, rob. i, lWtl.
tial nigger was duly iimtalled chief , '
tax gatherer, liaeh native has to' A Correction,
contribute about one dollar's worth i i ,i... r,i. ., ..
.if mini mmiinllv ... I.i l. f
-.- ---,---- .....,, . - -'-
not an enviable one, a the Kanaka
inii.d docs not readily grasp the
situation of making copra just to
have a Hag kept thing on a pole.
Tii.s much was made clear to the
visitors at one or two islands, though
it was surprising generally touotiie
the amount of lutolligeuce maiiv
OMtlllW Illl. SO. 410 oil Mio sllhn.ol III
... . -.-j -. .
tfovernn.ent bv man-of-war. At
Hutaritari, iu the (j.lberl.s, for in
stance, the King, a weighty monarch
who turns the scale at 27 stone, r.'l"
pounds, and who was buierly op
io. ell to the work carried out by ll
M.S. Koyabsl in declaring a Hritisl.
oroteciorate, came on poar.i tin
K'ipid, and, with his son, the heir
presumptive, spent a jolly lone on
the ship. He informed the Kap.d
oeople (hat ho was very glad lUr
Hritisl. Majesty had taken tho group,
and that none would exceed the
King of Hutaritari in the warmth
of their allegiance to the Queen, one
..... i...r. ..... ..r ...I... ...... .- i - ...... .u..w. ....
i..., ,.. . .;,,,. K ,,,- , ..i.:,.imillllj,. Sophisms" iu Tuesdav'c ' w,m" ''"" "n' uepnveil him of any
men under the L ....... .lack and ilBllLlllNiB1 tntr ,lf omihsil)ll ot. voice iu appointments iu the bureaus,
is the business of these doput.e.s , .,,, , ,, ,. , felt the l.ecess.ty of having a
appointed by the 1 hgh Comn.t.ssioner , ..-,. wmii: fllai.,MS ,, iho.oughly goo.l man in that posi
to see that ..o ablo-bod.ed savage , ,, t T . , , ( , tioHi
escapes. I he pos.t.o, of the ax- p,,,.,! so often that's! ...pi e peopl e' IVesident Dole held that the
gatherer on some of these . aids is ' !.... ,.. . i i ,. . ,t ... ' , ' it,,ri ui,.,i.i i......ii. ...:...
of wlio.o photographs ho hml uaro
mil v MMonou to the siuo 01 his i
palnctf. While going round tho Isl-
and tho liapid came upon ono or
two cases of tiativo disturbances, in-
t.-rtrihai troubles, and managed to
adjii-t them. At ono island she
seized a native uho had made
elf orv obnoxious to the inhabit
,HiK His weakness was marrying,
Ta ill, itt till lit Ink dlnttitlii.tp ..f ill..
pieling the tour With Mir J. JJ.
Thurston, the Hnniil visitml tlm Kill
Group and Samoa. At each of these
idoring the long stav she has made
!.. ll... .....!... .1... I. "I. I. .1 -
was very good.
Tho American Longuo nnd Tho Throo
Tailors of Toolov Street.
If it were not for the gravity of
the subject one would bo highly
.llllllseil lit I he lnlnt liinnifn.).. mil,.
. Ii-iied bv tiie American League
.(whatever it may mean;, for trans-i
mission to tho United Slate. It ap-
of the greatest republic on earth' "
, do use their own expression), self-'
, acknowledged foreigners and aliens,
.arrogating to theinolves the right
ol ollenug to the American Uovorn
menl tho -overeigntv of these the
Hawaiian Islands, lock, stock and
barrel, including tho ox-ljiieeu. na
live Population and all nationalities
with all belonging and appertaining
m inu ".line, ouch a cooi procecil-
ing -such a manifesto has only iu
one instance been rivalled iu that of
the famous proclamation issued by
the "Three '1 ailorsof Tooloy Stri-et, '
I he preamble of which commenced
with the memorable words, "We the
people of liuglaud."
If any of the more intelligent of
the aforesaid "five hundred have
any doubts as lo what treatment
such a petition will receive from the
I "e .ajorny oi u.o nouor.ibie am
' 'i I' l liillitlliu p III, 'II II4IIIIIU.
'.. . . .....
n, iiil. I xu
iggest a Peru
i Question" in
lerusal of "The
.iue, aim "A Ifeview of the Hawai
tan Quest inn iu the I'chruary num
ber of The Forum.
Iu conclusion, however, I might
suggest, in the event of tho tactics
adopted by them in this case being
successful, that they move their or
ganization over to some other conn
trv say Canada- invest a little of
their spare filthy lucre iu that coun
try ami, on the strength of such in
vestment, issue a duplicate of the
above-mentioned manifesto -it can
not be improved upon and if the
Canadians are found to bo as meek
and lowly -minded politically as ap
parent ly the Hawaiian are, no doubt
Canada would at once become a
Slate of the American Union. They
might then cross the Atlantic anil
reeae the down-trodden inhabi
tants of that monarchy ridden little
island on the coast of Europe. With
out any peradvouturo the peoples of
th respectively named countries
would only be too willing to become
eiti.eiis of tiie "greatest republic on
arili." X. V. Z.
Long Sugar Sunson.
' , ... . . , ,
I not there a mistake somewhere
i i., ,..,. i.,.ii..:... in ,:.. i
"vi 'ii imhim iitv j. iitiiiiibli'Uf Ail
'""".I n" l" ' ' 'or
ui" nun ii. ci. neu io ue.ieve i.io.u,
One is that pauperism began with !
tie advent of man him. sell, and see-
onilly thai iu the earlier ages of j
the worl I the disproportion between
rich and poor was even greater than
now. in the worlds earlier ages
paupei.sm, as we are familiar with
it, was unknown." The words it.
l Hi."' IllllVlllfl, II.
i,racieis consi.iuie tiie oin.ssion.
Of Hood's Sarcaparilla is always
vviiiiii. u.o bounds oi reason because
it is true; it always appeals to the
nober eommon sense of thinking pen
pie because it is true; and it is al
ways i.iiiy substantiated by endorse
in eels winch in the financial woild
would be accepted without a nio
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
roiliondont Ivtiinii Ann uUnr
Uegu,nr Genorftl 0e89lon of th E
., ... ao!"u" OI in
cutivo nnd Adv'sory Councils,
President Dole presided at this
afternoon's meeting of tho Councils,
him-'with him being present: Ministers
Kin.'. Damon :111c Smith. O.nnnll.
lrs Hatch, Wilder, Allen, Teutioy,
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Minister Smith reported that the
joint committee on the Chinese bill
had held two meetings and desired
The President told of the labor
he had given to the matter of the
reorganization of the Hoard of Edu
cation, ile hoped I he new Hoard
would be announced before the next
general meet ing of Councils. Among
the names considered were those of
Prof, llosuier, A. S. Hartwell, Prof.
Alexander and either F. J. Lowrey
or Antoue Perry. They had tried
to find a Roman Catholic, and Perry
was well educated and represented
the Portuguese as well as the Catho
lics. It was thought advisable at
the beginning to have not more than
two women on the Hoard. Mrs.
Dilliugha n was one who was deem
ed well-fitted. Another was Mrs. P.
11. Dodge, but she would not con
cent. Mrs. Henrv Castle, Mrs. F. S
Dodge, and Mrc". W. W. Hall were
othervvell qualified candidates. They
had tried to find some Gorman for a
seat on the Hoard, but inont capable
men of that nationality were foreign
consuls. Thoy desired to have tiie
nationalities repro.seuted, ami the
names of Mr. Kennedy, a Scotch
man, and Mr. Hedeiuanu, a Ger
man, were favorably considered.
Minister Damon asked about the
appointment of a Secretary of tho
Hoaid. That officer would have the
handling of a great deal of money,
and although the resolution passed
-" " . i iie-m.
'"ll il Kht to be with thoapproval
)f l'10 lecutive.
Minister Sunt I. introduced a bill
relating to the Koad Hoards. He
explained that the teiu. for which
these bodies weie elected was almost
expiied, and it was not deemed ex
pedient at present to change the
system. Theiefoio the Itiil provided
foi the continuance of the existing
Hoards, the Minister of the Interior
liavniL' novver to cluonn am of llieir
.Mr. r.tnuie ut h did not hoi eve in
making any changes iu Honolulu.
1 he .Minister had hm hands full al
ready, a-d I he Superintendent of
Public Works could not get his work
through propeily. All he had
against lite pnseut Hoard was that
they were dyed-iu-t he-wool loyalists,
Tim work in the district of Koua
U'nu lil.t I im. . fiu irr.mt na llir.l tn
i any other district.
The bill took the usual course.
I" "......-. ... n
uri i i htm
Minister Damon introduced a bill
to appropriato $50,000 for general
exponses of tho Provisional Govern
ment. Tho bill to separato the ofilco of
Minister of Foreign Affairs from
that of Prosidont passed second
Tho bill to provido a salary for
tho Prosidont catno up on second
President Dole retired so as to al
low free discussiou of the measure,
Vico-Prosidout Wilder taking tho
Mr. Ena moved that tho salary bo
$12,000 a year instead of $10,000 as
in tho bill. Ho referred to tho abil
ity with which' Mr. Dole had presid
ed over tho Oovornmont.
Mr. Kmmoliitli thought Mr. Dolo
should bo paid something to com-
Censato hitn for tho time in which
o had fulfilled the duties of tho
two offices. Ho seconded tho amend
ment. Minister Damon spoko of tho
odium usually attached to back par.
and said ho belioved Mr. Dolo would
not accept any.
Minister Smith said tho largest
salary now paid in this country was
WW to tho Chief Jtistico, and tho
Minister at Washington received tho
samo amount. Ministers of tho
Cabinet received .?1800.
Mr. Tonnoy was not in favor of
offering any back pay. Mr. Dole, no
more than any of tho rest of thoin,
had considered tho matter of salary
iu going into tho movement. lie
Tho amendment carried ami tho
bill passed as amended.
Minister Smith referred to the
vacancy made, by tho passage of the
bill for that purpose, in the office of
Minister of l-oroigu Affairs. Ho sug
gested that until an election be held
tho publication of tho bill should be
Minister Damon hoped that Mr.
Hatch would consent to take the
After a desultory discussion it was
decided to delay tho publication
until next Wednesday.
At 2:15 the Councils adjourned.
j CHAMPION SPORTS.
Thoy Oivo an Exhibition iu tho Old
A complimentary benefit was given
to James Piggolt by men from II.
M. S. Champion yesterday evening
iu tho Queen stroot Armory. Over
ono hundred wore present to witness
a very enjoyable entertainment.
The ipiintet orchestra of the Cham
pion opened the program with se
lections. Then followed a series of
interesting three-round sparring
matches. There were some neat ex
hibitions of the "manly art," and to
vary the program there were some
set-tos of tho give-and-take order
which were much appreciated b,
the spectators and loudlv cheerei'
A sailor's hornpipe by V. Kussell
was a feature of the entertninine.it
A single-stick contest between
Messrs. Filner and Kussell was neat
ly executed. David Koii, a local
man, gave a fine exhibition iu club
swinging. Songs and dances by W.
Dunealf and W. Kussell were evi
deutly appreciated, judging bv the
applause. The men from the Cham
pion expoct to give a variety enter
tainment in the near future.
o g a
s-i - i l
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By Jaa. F. Morgan.
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Hawaiian Hardware Co.. L'tl
Saturday, Feb. 3, 18H.
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
Fischer steel range is most in
demand. Fifteen minutes after
the fire is built your range is
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
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
of wealth. The resources of
tliese 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 iu its infancy and
needs only capital and the
efforts of Prof. Koebele to make
it a leader among the products
of the country. When the
Sulons 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 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
1 6o 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
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 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 lauds be
opened lor settlement and in
ducements offered "the back
bone of any country" to come
ami settle among us.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., I'd
0iHjltn HprfOkttli' II lock,
H07 FOUT STRlflMT.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort j Hotel Streets.
T I3EG TO IXFOKM MY CUSTORS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will be offered to the Public
.... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Assortment of Colors at 20 Cents Each,
.hint Received by lust "Australia" a Lnrge Stock of
To be sold for oxk wkkk oxi.y at 10c, 12Je., 14c. aud 16ic
per yard. GooIh worth 25c. a yard.
. . 2 6 O PIECES . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from 1.00 to 75 cunU.
Corner Port and Hotol 8t.( .... Honolulu, H. I.
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JUST TO HAND BX "(JITY OI' I'KKINO" . . .
S3r These Cigurs 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 these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
B83 Fort St-rt, - HoxiolvUii, H. I.
J. HOPP &. CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
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Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Ulgb Chair?.
our 'uIiIiii-MiiMiik Workuliop Is Superior in Men mnl Mati-rlul.
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