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TUIw gtuhl uUclin,
I'ledued to nritfor .( ior Wry,
Hul EttabUnhul (or the H'nrtit All.
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immi.i i-imi iii iuiii i
bATLKDAl, lhll. 10. IWI .
r-zzrsjzz " '
If tho ulantors' oligarch v want to '
t., .m,r ri.in.. ?.li..i lihor in
t in more Chinese il eap aDor, in
ltoof laws forced out of them b ,
the leagues and elub, they should
apply to the J'resident of the Ameri
can League. He know a a trick or
two about getting Chinese lauded in
the face of nrohibitorv law, a his
once pirtner in watching a vessel ,
from China, "Hos-n Hen." can tet.f. .
' , , ... i
Hennett seru-d Ins thirty da.xs ou
the reef, while his partner took a
lt..f.ir.. h.irnini' am more ou the
.c. .. -, ......" -
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in nriil'i ii tin,
10 oxpi.nu i ue
. ,. ... .
organs might tr to explain 1
cold-blooded a-asiuation talk
... . i . .1
1U.U..-1- i.m ...
some of their people, male and fe-
male, who hae gone from hereto
the States. .Miirderoii thoughts and '''. ""'' tlisposai ol tne ipiestion.
. . .. ,. . .,, i ... there is no gaiusaviiig this -that
intentions are surely as wicked in a , fmm ,tB )r(,h ( n
heart beneath a whitens in i one be- , ,ll(l) (, roisional Uoverunieut
uentli a hrnwti skin. Besides, the i of Hawaii is a United States pro
(Jueeii appealed onlv to law, whereas duct.
those w ho gloated over the prospect I , , -' -'"t l'"" nmiaunoi.iiUMH
. , , ,p . . . of itself was at four oclock on tho
of her taking otr. in a certain contin- af,ril0(m uf tw 7t, uf .)ftary.
gency. thought only of the daggei i IMl.'J, when a proelaniatiou aiiuouiic
or the bullet of a creeping asasin. ed that a pnnisional government
Perhaps the Goveri.inenl will an- ,
-.., ..ill,..r ll.r.ui.r. ils ..r.-nus i.r !
r... .., v ..... ........p).. ... ...p....... ...
some spokesman in the Councils.
some soo.-c-sieau . u.e uu,,,.,,,,,, (u, fn,ltllal ,.MW niil men. .
whether or not ,t has n.tructed the w,,, (.iuipped, were looking for
Cousul-Oeneral for the l'acihc (.oast j orders to quell any attempt to over-1
to discourage the coming to llono
lulu of men looking for work. There ,
is a strong suspicion that some large
steerage lists bv steamers, within
the past few months, have en
i. i .ii
Cilir.igeil to come here Oil theehance
. . "
" ynroiiwi iu tne i: i,. aru.x
.Nunc individual cases are well known ,
of recruiting done on tho Coast for
the special police or
of the 1 0.
AN INDECENT CAMPAIGN.
Itibald doggerel and vulgar car
loons make up the staple of the
tiatiou-stealuig campaign in the
United States press. The miserable
rhymes are eagerly picked up by the
.,. t .1 i . i i ..
saintly organ of the elect banditti
iu Honolulu. Colonel ftoper sl,vv.
the cartoons in his bookstore win-I
dow, evidently proud of the dis
gusting exhibition. Contrast tho-o
methods with the able ami states
manlike -above all j.isi ami Ii uioc
able - articles in support of Presi
dent Cleveland's views and poliov.
which the loyalist press from linn1
to time lays before the public.
When it comes to a et debate hi
either house of Congress ou the
question, a it may iu the news now
probably alloat. we have no hesita
tiou in anticipating that the advo
cates and defenders of .1. L. Stevens'
crime will be beaten hip ami thigh.
Wo have only heard of desultorv
skirmishes as vet. The pitched bat
tle was yet to come at last accounts
If the jingoes cannot make a more
decent show in Congress than Hum
have hi print, they vvdt present the
sorriest legislative spectacle of the
ltUMOKEU STOCK SWINDLE
There is a considerable tir among
stockholders of the Kilauea Yolcano
House Company, over a repoit that
certain stock-jobbing artists are
planning to wreck tin corporation
for their own benefit. It is said that
the plan in to force lhe concern into
bankruptcy, so as to got rid of the
indebtedness of .r(KJ, while the
operators will bid iu the properly at
practically their own price when it
comes to sale at auction Iu such a
transaction all the small stockholders
would be frozen out, and such is in
deed declared to be a part of the
plan which gives the intending
wreckers much prospective delight
Apart from the villainous character
of this reported wrecking scheme, it
would be disastrous to tourist travel
for a long I line to come. The iicw
of the companv's bankruptcy going
abroad would deter people from
coming here to visit the volcano, a
they would be apprehensive of not
receiving proper attention or good
fare at the volcano while tlieeslab
lishineut was iu the hands of the
bankruptcy court. Instead of imi
tating the met hods of railroad Wlecl,
iug thieves iu Wall street, tho com
puny should make an honest ellort
to raise the necessary new capital
for paving its indebtedness. Tie
amount in a paltry one viewed in the
light of the high reputations ami
the wealth of some of them. It is a
pitv the concern was not assured of
a solid basis before the main
pomliturcs were incurred Mr
Thurston having been allotted .ln.
IKKI of stock for promoting" the
company, should have promoted n
to a siieces, ful issue or forfeited tin
i t ii
Mocu. i an events, no scanuaioiis
scheme such as that reported should
Mr. Dolu'u Hpucltluatioiib.
EiiiToii 11ii.i.i.tin: -
I have read Mr. Dole's specifica
lions ami liud the writing a luborud
argument to prove that the Govern-
I merit of wliicli lie h tlio licnd is (lint
! of an imlupunduut nation, and as
I such claims the riglit to bo nego
tiated with ou tho liaMa of a law
I fully established Government irro-
speetivo of how it came into oxist-
Lhe situation regarded from the
'taudpoint of preeedentflimtuiloubt
0(Uj UMi(1U( Th(, norId ll(H ,
furniifli another iutanee of a Um
'"iment cinunencing its career in r. .
" f'--ol tiiii)urnr evpedient and
riMnainill(, hl tnat fia,jK 0(Mllitioi.
fr ., whole j ear without attempting
a niou towards permanency, and
inereiore u is inai .ur uom wiiu'?
hi.s last stand ou tho conontioiial
pedestal as the head of an
IJut the wont "iTovisional Doing
still the front name by which the ,
'' "" "' "ernnient of Hawaii i j
designated b it own ineinbers, the
",,, f W.titnaev of its birth.,
and wlio were its sponsors in bap
tisin, are at once pertinent to the
isue. not onlv Del ween itself ami
il. i;,i..,1 Si.-ft..... but .-il.n between I
it - elf :i..,l tlieiieoiileoftliisc.imitrv. I
1111111 IMIIM'-I. !! Ill-ir IM'I til I'll
n,,.i .,,,..;,, i,.,ii. ...... ii, ,,..,, ,,t., .,t I
ami aiiaiti, oeiweeii me people oi
.. n . i
this count rv and tho tinted Mates;
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.in iitrmti. inn iv.i.ui i mi nullum n i
. . ,..lii,.en lie l.ii led
States and the several governments
who will claim to bo interested in
with Mr. Dole at its head was foriu-
ed. and the tjueeti and Cabiuut with
1 1"' JlUr-IKU Were llISUIISe(l.
When this paper was issued is it
l-""- "-- ,,,",l"ll,"ni Koeriiiueni.
- ST& Zti
the (jueen's military or their cita I
dels was made for some houis after '
tin proclamation was published; !
Is it not euualv truothat the.'llHl sol-I
', ". l'l"-,,-J IIUUII"H -- "' "'"
diers iii the barracks were not tin-
Uirluil, ,,ial nKlS nilll lm ftU,.m
ud made bv Mr. Dole's forces to
disarm them before noon of tho nevt
I.I I... .1.1. I .! -
day after this proclamation was
There may be no such thing as
calling a spade a spade iu the re
finements of diplomatic finesse; but
iu the vulgale of every day speech
the pretension of Mr.J)ole. to have
hi miraculous piogeuy brought into
being by tin- all-powerful breath of
.1. L. Stevens, American Minister,
and iu the swaddling napkin of the
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.i uii-i iv.iii i i.u, iii i'uiii;i--i ii-i u ii, i-
,,., pr)M,m?,in.-miI,y I,,,,,,.,,,,,!,,,,
j Pnrt her. when the surrender was
made at the Police Station it was on
the understanding the ipiestiou of
lhe illegal ami outrageous action or
the American Mini-tor would be re
f"rred t Washington for redress,
V. i argument-, that could Ire ad
vauced to prove that the Provision, 1
I Government is of American birth
and parentage, could be more forci
ble than the admissions of Mr. Dole
and his confreres.
La-tly: had it not been for the one
name mi that proclamation, that of
S. It Dole, a name which was a syno
nym for all that was honorable, men
.1. L. Movent' monstrosity might
have gone up iu smoke.
It is, however, with the immediate
future that Mr. Dole will have to
deal, ami many of his sincere friends
regret that hi surroundings bode
but little good for the future peace
and good order of this people and
nation, nine-tenths of whom are op
posed to his present course.
Is there no counsellor near the
President who can show him the
wav to moderation and conciliation?
ftie heroic proposals of the pro
visional press are like their abuse of
honest men, tlu-v serve but to dis
nut, ami, whilu they cannot scare
anyone, s,.rvo to place their authors
in a most ridiculous light.
Editor Uii.i.ctin:- -
President Dole, iu giving his speci
fications to Minister Willis, says:
"An examination of his meaning
Minister liloiiut'sj report since pub
lishod, shows that there are state
ments bv approximately sixtv Kotal
isls ami twenty .supportois of the
Provisional Government. That he
had obtained n statement from the
four members voted out, although
ho has obtained exhaustive state
ments from their Kovalisi suces
sors." Will Mr. Dolooxplaiu to the
public the title reason why there
nere only twentv supporters of the
P. G. that gave their evidence to
Minister llloutitf Also, what hinder
ed the four members of the Cabinet
that were voted out from giving iu
their evidence,' Was not Minister
lllotint's doors open and free to all,
rich and poor, to come and give their
evidence in a square ami truthful
manner? We are well aware that
Mr. Dole will not answer the above
quest ions, therefore we will answer
for him. Those lambs of the high
est iutegiity knew that if they went
before Minister ISIouut and gave
their evidence iu a truthful manner
if who overturned the monarchy,
lohu L. Stevens would be n "goner."
To go before the good Commissioner
with their mouths stiillcd with lies,
was out of the question. Guilt had
made them foward-. That is the
whole business iu a nutshell, and no
one knows lhe truth of it better than
President Dole. His excuse is lame
Catairh in tho Head
u mloubte.y a disease of the
I blood, and as such only a reliable
I blood purifier can oil'cet a perfect
I rim I imrihii itniif onrn I I .il'u C. .
, i" ....... ,....,.. .,...-
sapanlla in the best blood iiurilier,
I and it has cured many very severe
eases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times leads to consumption, Take
Mood's Mirsapanlla before it is too
Hood's Pills do not Purge, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, eally ami
ST. ANDREW'S tATIlinilAL.
First Sunday in Lent. UiiiO a, m,,
Holy Communion; 11 a. in., morning
sorvico and sermon; .'MO p. in., Even
song (Hawaiian); 7:."0 p. in., even
song and ermou.
I'he 'erviei's 'if Mio Second Con-
gregat ion of Si Andrew's Cathedral
tomorrow will be as follows: 1: IT.
. n... morning p.aver with sermon;
Vonito. "nv s in P; H-netKeito,
liirch in D: llMi-dictus, Turlo iu O;
iiyuius HI and -'.tl; a-Mieiu, "Sweet
i Ihv mercv. O Lrd." liv Unrnhv.
U L'rii,' Dy
tiwu p. in., eviMioiiiir, wi'h sermaii;
.Maguihcat, .u.ielnrrin iu E; .uuc
btiri in V
UimittH. UilDeri iu V; hvmiis. ',
i: ami III. Km. Alex.
,,aior. All are i.ml.v
.... tV1T"",M ?TI"
t t'taiul 7o lock a.m. Low ,taos
as usual. At V o'clock Children's
Mans with Englich iiistruclion. At.
!U:,tt) 1,K" Mn'", W1.,h nalivo and
i'"Uguee iiisiruc ion. p. ill.,
ltosary and t atechism. 1 p. m., in
. . .. , . r i
winter season (Noenilier to Fobru-
. , ,,,i . ........ . . i"ur"
liosarv and Catechism. I n. in., in
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".'' -"' I'.' '- '"""-. -":"--
vlebruary to .Noveinlier), Hnn;lio-
Hon of tho M. H, Sacrament. Week
ly Seiwcos l! ami 7 a. in., Low
. M. C. . II ALL.
Suuda, It a. in., services in Oahu
Jail; 1 sl p. in., services in Harraeks;
:::t0 p. in., Hible Study Iu Y. M.C. A.
Oi.'tO ii. in., Gosple I'rniso Service in
V. M. C. A. liiesday. 7::il p. in.,
praver ineeting at Y. M. C. A. Ser
vices iu I Jet he) street hall at I'M.
The Keorganized Church of .lesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
latii Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will be held Siindav as follows:
a 1 ,1 eel n s 1 Ylo a a d
" .!. polling! ! I- KJ.
mvlntii iv xdvi-ntisti.
Sevmi.h l)av Advei'itis, C ch.
',,n'r uiichbowl and lieretania
streets, in 0. Wet's cottage. Sab
' ;lj" I---J-; social meeting af-
''' Sabbath school. Ihble reading
..... Sinnlnv i.iitiiinir Ktnrvniio
mo auuoa uteuiii. i.veroue
ci:ntiil in ion ciirncii.
Sunday School at U:lf a.m. Public
Worship) at II a.m. mid 7:11(1 p. in.
Tho oung People's Society of
Christian Endeavor will meet at liilkt
p. m. All are e rdially invited to
A Itunmrlcnblo Uuslnesa.
That is what the New Yrk Life
Insurance Co. Ins done the past
ear. In the midst of general do
jiressiiin, with the crash of falling
banks reverberating for months, the
New York Life has increased its
business and its stability in every
respect. It has broken its own ami
all other companies' records iu seven
dill'erent points, t he increase of busi
ness being simply marvelous. An
abstract of the New Yoik Life's
operations in IMi.'tnml of Its present
standing will be found, with figures
iu clear tvpe, iu this paper. C. O.
lierger is agent for the Hawaiian
Islands, and will lie happy to give
seekers of life insurance all rcmnrcd
information. There is no butter
antidote to consuming care than an
unencumbered policy of life insur
ance, and, as the exhibit made ou
this occasion shows, there is no com
pany presenting ijuito so secure a
source of such comfort as the New
C 5 rA
U. 'si '? "1
A I IM. I VI'AVI.sK VJT.AMhlt
Due ln-rc mi ur ilmiit tlin .'iiil of Mioi'Ii
vu I In- ilf ali-li I with Mill Mini
I'lifsfiit'i i- rr t In- hIhivv
I'.in mi ur iilmiit
tWf Kit turilii r iurii-iiliir ri'arilln
I'lissae uii'l l-rci)jlit. Uiilj li
K. OGURA & CO .
I'M 'Jin AlllIN'lh.
rpK l i.ltsi,M.ii , ';i'Hi:i)
1 lu niiiki' all Kimls uf J'uiiilitliiiiit Hall
i UK-, Iliiinnii'iv.t Iron WuiK, I'tt'., tlr.
lNtliiuiicn mi uiiiilii-iiilun.
I iiiuii Klii',. i, iii K.rlili(-'s I'alllt hhui.
rpm; i ruNinuti; m six no .mh
1 iiiiiquiiii' f.ir Ii iii.f kfaqiiiiK. IiicIihIIiik
ii Dili' t riulil I ln IjitIiii: I'Iiiiiii slid a
N'l'W IIuiiiii" Mnvln Mm hiiiu. Alipl) nl
.So. Sj llirilunia .tri'iit, mar I'liiiclitinvvl.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'll
Saturday, Feb. 10, t8U
The following is copied from
a circular issued by the man
ufacturers of the Jones Locked
Wire Fence and is of interest
to the Hawaiian people:
"While our spring trade was
retarded by unseasonable wea
ther, and the financial crisis
which followed threatened to
destroy the commerce of an
entire nation, we cannot com
plain, for, as compared with
business in general, our suc
cess has been phenomenal, this
being due not alone to our
complete business organiza
tion, but to the superiority of
the Locked Wire System.
"Notwithstanding the gloo
my outlook for all branches of
trade in '93, we adhered to
our original intention of ex
hibiting at the World's Colum
bian Exposition, and the re
sults have more than justified
the enormous attendant outlay,
and have well repaid us for
consulting our courage rather
than our discretion in deter
mining to place our exhibit in
the face of the many difficul
ties confronting us. The most
pleasing, perhaps, because the
earliest decided recognition of
the merits of our exhibit, was
the selection of our fence by
the Commissioners. from
among the many displayed, as
being the best adapted to the
construction of paddocks for
the recreation of the high bred
stock of the entire civilized
"In consequence of this, the
interest in our display was in
tensified, this question being
one of vital importance to all
land owners, as about one
fourth of all landed values is
I invested in fe'Tes. Our pur
pose was to attract this spirit
of inquiry and thereby farther
the interests of ourselves
and of our fellow-workers in
the United States, in which
object we were by no means
disappointed, as the great
amount of advertising we have
obtained by this method has
already more than reimbursed
us, to say nothing of the in
crease of orders traceable
directly to this source, which
itself has more than repaid the
I expenditure incurred.
"While our chief intention
was to benefit our own trade
here, we were agreeably sur
prised at the earnest attention
manifested by our foreign visi
tors who came again and again
bringing their friends and in
terpreters, and talking busi
ness to such purpose that we
now have buyers in Germany,
Russia, France. India, Den
mark, Sweden, Argentine Re
public, South Africa, Victoria,
South Australia, New Zealand
and the Sandwich Islands In
regard to these two latter and
especially the Sandwich Islands
we can not say that our trade
was due to the World's Fair,
as our extensive business rela
tions with I lonolulu had com
menced previous to this time.
"But the crowning recogni
tion of the merits of our fence
was the First Medal and Dip
loma which was awarded with
out any hesitation on the part
of the Judges.
"In this connection we would
recall to your mind the fact
that we were the recipients of
the same honor at the Detroit
Exposition in 1892.
"Gratilying as our rapid pro
gress has been in the past, we
look forward to a still more
And we are the sole agents.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'ri
UpiMMltr HpreoMi' liluok,
W)7 FORT S'l'UMWT.
DAILY BULLETIN GO.
Are Rccflvlujt New Invoice! of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVEKY STEAMER
Where they tire fully pretmriH te do all
kluvU of work Iu tho Intuit ntylm. hi
the tuortcit notice uuil t the
utoit iU'ttiouublu HutM.
Flnb Job Work la Colors a Specialty i
Kxtxiitccl In the Mont Attractive
Ilenil tho following partial Hat of apeo
luItlc8uu(KetthuUUM.KTiN's price be
fore pluclng your orders, by 10 (Joint
you Mill mwe both tliue urn uiouey.
Uilla of Lulling,
Tim it Curda.
UucuipiH of ull kinds,
Luhela of every variety,
Petitions in niiy language,
Envelopes k hotter Circulars,
Sporting Scores &. Records,
I'erpoliiul Wiishing Lints,
Uenerul Hook Work,
Ki!.. Etc., Etc., Eti,
1'rlntcd anil IllucUd when desired.
Mgr No Job U allowed to leans the of
lie until It give tatufactiou.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort Ss Hotol streets.
T BEG TO IXFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERT 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
Ek'gunt Assortment of Color tit 20 Centu Each.
Just Received by lust "Australia" a Large Stock of
To be sold for one week o.vi.y at 10c., lU.Jc, We. and lfye.
per yard, (roodn worth 2uc. a yard.
. . 2 B O iPIEOEiS..
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from 1.00 to 75 cents.
Comer Port and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JUST TO HAN'D BX "f'lTY OK I'KKIXd" . . .
8CS 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." OE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER fc CO.,
J5S3 Tort Street,
J. HOPP cfc, OO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Single 1'ieeex mill els
COKX1CK POLES IN WOOD OH UKASS MOUNTINGS.
E LEOA NT II PI-IOLSTE RY
In Klim birlliK, llnir Wool, Mis mill Slntw Muttrensex.
1'ii.i.owh ok i.ivk m:i:si; ki:athi:i:m and kii.k ki.obb.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Solas,
Great Variety or Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Ulgb Chairs.
Our I'ulilmil.MuMiiK Wiirksui. is Superior III Men ami Muteriul.
Fl'llNITl'IIK AND JIATrill.St.S lll.l'AIIIKU AS (1001) AS NhW.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE I
ar nun pun i;s always tiii. i.owi.m in iioNoi.iM.r. -i
J. HOPP c& CO,,
XTo. V Idxicr Stroot. - . . ESea.olw.Vu., EE. I.
and it will pay you to trade at
Honolulu, H. I.
, CHAIRS, Etc, Etc