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I'letlyrd to wither Sect mtr I'urty,
lint Eftnblinhnl for the llnirtit of All.
TIU'USDAY, FKH. lii. I8il
Mr. Dfivios in Koply to The Friend.
KniTon IJi'li.ktin: -
Tim editor of tho Krioiul, in tho
I'lirruut number, oiioo aain make a
valiant light to show that 1 liai
Hindis .ii'ciisitioni ni?aitit nii-xion-
arios' w)ii, and hi ays that Iih de
sires to make li reeoni fjood on the '
subject. I fear 1 cannot do much '
for the editor's reeord. but 1 will, j
unco for all, make n statement which ',
1 eliallenp' him to control ert, and
then I .hall leaie him lo quote it
ami to repieseut it as he mai deem j
Wo need not p ajrain oier the
names of theaotorof .latiu-iry, I Slit
Some were tfoml, and some were
bad; some were missionaries' on.
and some eie not; ohh ouht for
what tliei recanted a principle, ami
some for booty. I obseried, h"ii
ever, that enuons "appropriate to
tho occasion" uere pn-achod in pill
pits th.it. I slmu'd halo thought,
would be draped in black; and by
men who. I should have thought,
would be broken down with ynef.
'I'he I'rieiul uas much in evidence,
and tin oked the priiers of the
nation for the b!e iui nf Heaven
on Mr. Thur-toii ami Ins four col
It-apies. 1 1 notice, bi tin way, that
in refiTi-nce to thee prayers and
bles.inj wa made mi the 17th f
January of t'n iear. nor in tle'tium
ber of ilie l-'neiid that recorded the
celebration of that aiiniicrsari.)
At an early d.ite after the revolu
tion. 1 wrote to a personal friend
who was prominent in die move
"One of tli- few hrght spots in
thi- whole all'air. i that an earnest
Christ ian man nl." yotir-elf is near
the helm; but do i.i'u re.di.e what it
i. that vou art' iioiiiax. im ion kii hi
that the reined v vou are adopting is I
one that lli.v.t.uid nhlior7
That o' tenee wa written lat
March, and I haie never w.nered in
mi opinion ol tin1 transaction. 1
publicly stated, in that ame mouth,
that "it was not a plot of bad men,
but a blunder of good men."
Where, then, are my accuition
against the missionaries, or their
Hut in June was iiu I the report
of Hie Hawaiian Ki angelical .-oci
at ion, in which it na announced
that, after re-oluug that politic
should be included from their pul
pits, the members had decided. In a
contested vote, to call " n- i
ittiim upon the Provisional iio em
inent. Iiy this act. the missionary nsne
at ion formally accepted the responsi
bility of what the revolution wa
still M riling to accomplish, and
which was even then described as
"seeking to convey a .stolen king
dom.1' Not satisfied with thi otlieinl par
ticipation in what was at b"-t a
q lies' ion.i'ole transaction, the I'rieiul.
as late a October, declared.
"The uhol" body ol Protest rtnt
Evangelical Christians are practical
ly a unit for auuovitioti."
I ak, now. who hasdngged in the
names of the uiissiouni' e. ami whi
were tliei dragged in.'
The I'ricnd trie- to mike cheap
capital by laiing it on mi rhoueler-.
but llieie are many iuduidiial in,--Militaries
who are to-dai as gimved
as I am at the Hawaiian ca'ast'ophe,
and who.se name- woido liaie been
to riav as free as mine i, ii.id not
the l-'rimiil and u "fre-uils" deter
mined thai t lie associ'it ion sho ill lii
part of the revolution, ami of the
annexation in- w-iuetit.
An act is no Ii.-ii.-i, ,ind no vv.ii-i-,
bei-au-e it is .tone bi a iiii".'itin V
miii, and it i- hi 'P el ip-irap for Mr.
liisleqi to pn-ieiid Unit my ceiiure
ngaiu-t an nci winch I believe to
haw been politic. illy unmoral, i.
directed agaiii-t me actor- becuu-e
they llele llll-siuliarii' --ill. I qlliM
tiou icri iiiiii li whether Mime of
them would thank Mr. ISishop fur
trying to shield them liehni I the
Mis-ion Children's .-lociely, and
whether theV Would not prefer lo be
allowed to li'ht in ill-- open, like or
The tune hit now come, when the
religious and the pol-ticd part- had
better be dis.'is-ociatcd front each
other. Keligion hi politic- may be
lory Kood, but politic- in religion ir
very bad, and I he nam-' of religion
hits taken nothing but harm lioin
the alliance into which the l-'nend
Even as a political move, this
whole bu-iiie is what I wioie a
i ear ago, that it would be. The
President's me-sagc, Mr. Uloiiut'
report, the declaiatl-iUs of the New
York Nation and of tie- London
Tnne, are all mrdiet- of "guilty,"
UHtt IH Mill It Clll'litt Hltiltlt tl til tlft t Jit
thriit, mid the be-t that any one s;ty
in defence i-: "She was a wicked wo
man, they were good men, and now
it cannot be helped."
That may nati-fi politician-, but
it is very poor comfort for the Chrii.
tiau as.-ociatnm.s which have been
maiKt'iivercd into siu-h a coulln-t.
Mi opinion of the transact ion has
been pronounced emphatically from
the first, and 1 boiicvo the transac
tion i-all that I ever thought it was.
.My knowledge of the personality
of the actors is the kiiowl.-dge pus-ses-eil
al-o by others, and it lead
me to belieie that uiau of them
would rejoice greatly if they could
go oier again tin last thnieeii
month- of tln-ir hitory.
My faith in many of the meiuber.
of the mission families is such, that
1 belieie lio gleater Joy coilhl come
to them than to be relieved irom
that political alliance to which the
editor of the Friend so ieeklo-,sy
committed them, .nil witch has
played Mich haioc with ilimi hearts'
Heiiceforih I shall regard ths
whole ainiex.it ion uiouimeut as
rullier bad politic,, but as having
nothing to do with either ruligiou,
or with what one of it most jealous
uiiaslonary supporters duecriheri to
mo recently, ai "a missiuuary, in the
truest, Bivoelual muse of the word."
Thank (J ml there are many oven
in these islands, who still embody
such a description; tuou and women
u hose religion sanctifies their poli
tics, as it sanctities their homes, and
who have to mourn that that reli
gion has received its worst wounds
"in the house of its friends,"
I am. Sir.
Your obedient servant,
Tiiko. 11. Dai iks.
Honolulu. Feb. II. IS'.M.
1 PKO VISIONAL LEGISLATURE.
lingular Oonoral Session of tho Exe
cutive) unci Advisory Councils.
President Dole was in the chair
at the meeting of the Incentive and
Ailiisory Councils this afternoon,
besides him the following being
present: Ministers King. Damon and
Smith; Vice-1'rcsidont Wilder. Coun
cillors Hatch. Allen, Wnterhouse,
Kna, Mrown. Teiiuey, Nott, Morgan,
liolte and Kmmcluth.
Dr. Uodgers, secretary, read the
minutes of previous general meeting.
Mr. Itroivn presented a petition
from I fit) Chinese merchants and
trailers in Honolulu, praying that
the lull now before tho Couucils
proiidiug for special liceties to Chi
nese slioiihl not be enacted into
, Minister Smith presented the reso
I lutious of the Chinese mass meeting
in the same regard.
Hot h documents were referred to
the special committee on the bill.
Minister Smith presented a peti-
Hon from the Annexation Uuli. in
j tlie form of resolutions passed by
'the Club in mass meeting Tuesdav
ei cuing. It nominates D. 15. Smith
j for the i.icaucy in the Advisory
' Council, and recommends an iu
) crease of ten members in the said
Minister Smith moved that the
resolutions ne laid on me laiue. lor
t lie reason that a duplicate thereof
had been sent to the Keeutiie
Conned, and that body had not had
nine to consider ccitain matters in
the resolutions. He referred espe-
i.i to the assertions in the reo
Intuitu, that the Councils were not
representatue of the larietl inter
ests of the islands, ami that they
were mil regarded as representing
fully the annexation sentiment of
t lie country.
Mr. ISrowu moved in amendment
that the resolutions be accepted ami
placed on lite, which being accepted
was carried without dissent.
The . secret arv read a letter from
the olllcers of ilie Annexation Club,
nominating I-'. M. Hatch iiiiaui-ui-u-ly
for the olllce of Minister of
Foreign A Hairs.
Minister Smith read a reply from
the Incentive Council to a similar
letter, advising the olllcem of the
Club that the lllling of vacancies in
the Executive Council could not, in
the public interest, be interfered
I Mr. Drown moved, seconded by
Mr. Emuieliilli, that the reply of the
laxeeitiiie be aporoiori by these
The Secretary read a letter from T.
P. Seierin, secretary of the American
League, informing" the Councils ol
i lie ii.uiiinatiou by that body of D.
IS Smith for the wicatit -eat in the
Minister Damon moied tin letter
be accepted and placed on Ilie. Car
ried. .Minister Smith read a letter from
Nl r. K leinuie, secretary of t he Scliuei
n Club, conveying a resolution in
favor of pushing public works to
giie empiovmeiii to idle men. Ue-
erred lo Eeciitive Council.
Minister D.iiiiou read the weekly
liuauciai statement as follows:
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Mr. Hatch from the Judiciary
Committee presented a repoit on
the petition of (he American League
for in increase in the membership
of the Adiisory Council. In their
opinion the matter should receive
consideration, but the question of
represent at ion. was of more import
ance than that of the number of
members. A body that was self
perpetuating would naturally in
time lo--e some of its representative
character. They therefore recom
mended that a bill be prepaid! to
provide for holding a constitutional
convention for framing a permanent
basis of representative government
('resident Hole siiliuntteil a re
commendation from Col. Sopor, that
tho JmO a mouth paid captains ol i
volunteer companies should be re- .
i.ni.l.iil .... . ii.i.iit.nin. fa a I f.ir till, I
respective companies. It was in the t
President's power as commander in
chief to issue au order to that elfoet,
which he was prepared to do if
there were no objections.
Minister Damon nkcd if it was
not a matter of contract with the
" Mr. Kii.iiiel.itliM.iri he had a rcolu- !
tiou to grant Co. A -' a mouth, on
the ground that its captain was de
tailed to the command of Co. !',
regulars. The company had riilll
culty in properly fitting up its
Minister Smith moved to refer the
matter to the M btnrv Committee. ,
in case the captain might feel they
wore being unjustly treated by sum
Mr. Teiiney explained that tho
special committee on military ex
penditure had iuiestlgaled this very
matter, ami it uas perfectly agreea
ble to the captains that the money
should be treated as company funds.
He moved that the proposed action
of the l'rcirioht be approved. Car
ried, President Dole submitted another
recoinineiidatioii irom Col. ftoper, ' ami o.i winuee aim r.i .iapaiiee mi
thai an allowance of eertniiiclothing, ! migrants, besides f!i) tons freight,
lo last one vear, should lie madu to These were jilaced in quarantine,
each recruit, to be paid for out of Mrs. Fuji!, wife of the Japanese
his wages in monthly instalments, i Consul-Ueiieral, is a cabin passeu
ami in case of his discharge before , ger. She comes lo join her husband
full pai incut he is to forieit all lie here,
has already paid. Approved. Among the through passengers is
m . .
Minister Damon introduced a bill
to make the salary of the Deputy
4i..or of Oihu s-'UiKKl a year in
stead of paying him by commissions.
Cutler tlie pro-out system the de
puty hid been paid more than the
chief. Referred lo Judiciary Com
Mr. Hatch introduced a bill to
amend a blunder in Act KS. P. (i
Laws, extending tho time for com
pleting the O. din Kid way extension.
Took its course.
The bill lo appropriate.?.0,l(KI for
general expeices uf the Provisional
Government p.v-eri second rending.
The bill to amend the Itoad Hoard
law was put on second reading, ami
considered section by stction.
Mr. Eiiimeluth opposed making
au exception of the Itoad Hoard for
Mr. Hatch considered the Ixoua
board had adioilages titer others,
ll might spend all th ney the
lirsi year, a-iri then fall back on the
Minister of I he Interior for funds to
i.eep up the tieot of Honolulu,
Minister Smith supported the pro-
vision in oiie-tioii. I he roads in this
district were in more compact com
pass than elsewhere. 'I his bill was
only a temporary expedient until
the'v had a permanent lioveriimeut.
'l'he proiisiou carried, putting the
Ixoua board out of commission.
Mr. Kna, on the section providing
for I he appointment by the Minister
of a l(o:t'l Supcriisor'for Honolulu, I
moved an amendment that the Ad-j
visory Conned, instead of the Minis
ter, hx the salary.
Mr. Wilder moved in ntiieiirimoul
that the salary be fixed at ilM a
mouth. Carried. ,
Minister Damon thought the sal
ary was too small
Minister Muith moved tin Vote be
lecousidered. ll was not adiisablo
to li tho salary by act. Mr. Wilder
seconded the motion, which carried.
Minister Muith moved to make
the salary such as may be appropri
ated by law. Carried".
President Dole presented a peti
tion from I'' rank doilfroy for an ap
propriation of .?1.I2 lit) to enable the
proprietors of the Paradise of the
Pacific to issue au extra edition for
the Midwinter Fair. Ueferrnd to
The President appointed as a
committee to piepare au act for the
holding of a constitutional conven
tion, a- recommended by the Judici
ary Committee: Hatch," Unite, Wil
der, Nott and Smith.
.Minister Smith called for the elec
tion of a Minister of Foreign Af
fairs. Mr. Hatch announced that he was
not a candidate except on the un
dersui'ding that he could resign
the ollice if professional engage
ments, entered into before his nomi
nal ion, interfered with his discharge
of the duties of i he ollice. He
wanted it known that he took the
olllce temporardv, so that when he
resigned it would not be thought it
tva- to shirk the responsibilities of
A ballot was taken, re-uliiiig in 1 1
ballots being cast for Mr. Itc'ch.
The President asked Messrs. lb itvu
and l.iia to escort Mr. Hatch to his
ministerial seat. This was done
while all pre.-eiit stood.
Mr. Wilder moved that any action
toward filling the vacancy in the
Adiisory Council Im deferred till
next regular meeting.
Mr. I'jnineliitli claimed that, ac
cording to practice, nominations
Were now in order
The President apprm ed the sug
gestion. Mr. Lmiiieluth iiomiiiated Frit
Williebu, as a man who hail stood
with them, in the beginning of the
movement, while his health per
mitted. Minister Damon nominated D. li.
Smiili, as a man who had done a
great deal for the cause.
Mr. Allen nominated Mark P.
Kohiusoii, as a Hawaiian and a good
Presidont Dole reminded thoCoun
cila of a recommendation from the
Annexation Club some time ago.
that in caso of a vacancy time should
bo given for canvassing the nainos of
candidates, which the Executive had
Mr. Kmmoltith moved tho nomi
nations close. In answer to a ques
tion by Mr. Watorhouso it was
agreed that this motion would pro
elude later nominations. The mo
Mr. I'mineluth asked how supplies
wore got by the commissary depart
ment. Minister Damon replied that or
ders for groceries were placed
around among a few dealers.
MinistorSmith said the only check
wa the law requiring tenders to bo
iked for expenditures of more than
Mr. Emmoluth presented a resolu
tion that commissary supplies bo
got by tender.
Minister Smith held some articles
houiu ue contracted lor iiy six
months and others by the war,
Minister Damon moved that three
months bo put in the resolution.
Mr. Morgan moved six months, as
the contractor might need time to
lay in stock.
The resolution passed without
amendment, and the Councils ad
J"'l at 3:'22,
S. S. OOEANIO ARRIVES.
Rough Woathor on tho Passage
Jnpancso Troupo on Board.
The S. S. Oceanic arrived olT port
about Hi u cluck last night ami
anchored, it being loggy ami rainy
she could not bo seen by the pilots.
About midnight the weather was so
stormy, as to compel the Oceanic to
nick up her anchor ami steam out.
Early this morning the stotm sub
sided ami she steamed into port.
The Oceanic is ll days 1 1 hours ami
el! minutes from Yokohama. She
experienced very rough weather the
first two or three days, thus pro
longing the voyage. "For this purl
there were three cabin passengers
.. I tll.t .- I ." I I
a novelty troupe composed of Jap
aneso artists. The troupe is under
the management of Chas. Comelli.
The company was to give an enter
tainment at tho Opera House, but
owing to quarantine regulations
they are unable to give a show.
Posters had been printed in Yoko
hama announcing an exhibition to
take place at the Honolulu Opera
I House to-night.
SKOT IN XUE JAW.
Murdorous Ansault by a Nntlvu on
A native named Litvai was shot in
the mouth about 7 o'clock yesterday
evening, in a house near the corner
of South ami Queen streets. The
trouble ro-e oier a very simple mat
ter. Litiai ami another unlive were
eating, when the latter got angrv at
0 thing and picking up a pistol
aimed and fired at Litvai, the ball
entering the jaw. Sam Ixaiwi sent a
telephone message to the 1'olico
Station, and Litvai was removed to
the (jueen's Hospital. Ills injury is
not fatal, although he will be con
fined to a cot for several days. Louo,
the assailant is charged with assault
with a deadly weapon.
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within the bounds of reason because
it in trmq it always appeals lo the
sober common sense of thinking peo
ple because it is t rue; and it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
men is which in the liuauciai world
would bo accepted without a mo
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
rfi -j --
Ji '5 P "-s
Hawaiian Bred Mules
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I'liutuuiiiii! Iii iiitiik. limit' er
1 1' for ii tiTin of )fiir, tin' luinl I-i'ii-cloai-il
Iiy it -iilntiiiiilul li'iim. per turn
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Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'i
Satwday, Feb. 10, 18U.
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-
uian imposition, ana tlie 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 .ill landed values is
invested in fences. 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 sav nothinir of the in
crease of orders traceable
directly to this source, which
itself has more than repaid the
"While our duel intention
was to beni lit 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, Swe.den, 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 Honolulu had com
menced previous to this time.
"Hut 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 ol
the same honor at the Detroit
Imposition in 1S92.
"tiratilying 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'd
(li.(ultti HiireokfU' lilook,
.107 FOUT STKWBT.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornar Iort fe Hotel Streets.
TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will be offered to the Public
. . . I AM OFPKKINO NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant AHtjortiiiunt of Colons ut.20 Centu Eaeh.
flitrtt Received by hiHt "Australia" a
To be sold for oxk wkkk only at 10c, 12.e He. and IGJc.
pi-r yard. CJoodn worth 25c. a yard.
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from 1.00 to 75 cents.
Comer Fort and Hotel Sti., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Constancia & El
. . . JUST TO HASI) KX
tS1 These Cigars sire direct from the fuctory and
should not lie confounded with the cheap iinitutiouu which
are so frequently offered as the "IJest Manilus." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
J3R3 "Ffort Stroet,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Line of Rattan and Heed
SIiikIo I'ioiTs 11 1 ul hots
COKNMCK POLES IN WOOD OK HltASS MOUNTINGS.
lu Hi if Sprint;, ""'r Wool, M"" mul Straw MuttnM's.
PILLOWS Ol-' LIVI. (ll.KSI. l-'LATIII.Ith AND SILK l-'L0HB.
Latest Improvements Id Wire Mattresses, Louuge & Sola Beds, Dlvau Lounges and Solas,
Great Variety of baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Hlgb Cbalrs.
Our Ciililiii't-.MuliiiiK Workshop is Superior In Men ml Material.
FI'IINITI'liK AND JUTTIUX-iKS IIKI'AIIII:!) AS (1001) AS NI.W.
MATTIXCJ - LAID - AT - S1IOUTEST - NOTICE !
tW lt:it PltMl.h AI.WAYc
J. HOPP &
71 IClxitr Stroot. ...
and it will pay you to trade at
"CITY ()!' I'KKISft" . . .
Honolulu., H. I.
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc
Till; LUWI.hT IN HONoLI'Ll'
X-Ioxiciva-u., X-X. X.