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FRIDAY, FKU. 1. 1'
Tlm .'mirin of inauliiuo notitii'
loos not alwaj run smooth.
What tli' iiati- havu lfii iTiujr
for to. tli"n inaiiy iar tin
whirligig of tmu tiring: I'omtitu
Out of a clniintMl nifiiilt,rIiip of -'in
thouaml, tin' Annexation Club ha
onh ln'i'ii a'ltlc to grant i liiimlnul
otintf I'ertihVatt1 in four full If
"What a fall wax tlimv, iu i-ountn-
tti.-uUnrtelith. of roiiro. tin' Al-
LrtiMr in it I ouiu'iW report oinit
to rofonl tlio "null of tin' Euviitiw
Council to tlieotnVT "t tin- Aniii-a
tion (.'lull, I'unfirmi'il l 'ii of tin
ll' tin' turn f tin' Japane" tii'St
or i it that of tlu l'ortiitfuu'?
to have a ma un'otiuj,'. Uowrn
iiicMt li ina meeting i an nni'iciit
inlitntion Mill urwititf aniou tin
North American Indian-, ami mihi
to he -ry ati-fiictor to the coii
MTiatue wiiitf "l the ri-volutioiiit.
Acconlint,' to the "coiotitutional
principle" that incuil)ci of the
I U. iear to iiiaiuT.iiii. the court"
cannot uiaiu the proiioit ol the
Chinee restriction lull iniroiluceil
t.'i'i.,i ai.iiwii.iit that Mr. Glntl-
itono ha ilefitiilul iloouleil, or de
cided at all, to rtHiKU is untrue. It , trtossman n Yto Man -Dilatory Law-
however, that tor many . ilM. t ch,.mW..
Tho trial of William L. Mosinau
for iMiihi'.lcmcut of ?Vi from tlio
Mnkawao pototlice boan Wednes
day liiornum and continued until
nearly noon today, when the jury
returned a verdict of not guilty.
I ollowintf wa tlie panel that tried
l" inn. iiui-vi, ...... -- -r
uiontli pat In ago anil tnc conui
tionorlniKlt ami hi-antiK have,
in hi judgment, made, rebel from
public alfair deirabhi. Therefore,
lux tenure of otlice ha been at any
moment liable to interruption from
1 1... ;ini.. w nc i are. in uicir na
ture, tierinaueiit. It remain exactly
tins been He i ignorant of i the cae. William .Maerten, .1. (.'.
thecour-e which oventi important
to the nation may take even (luring
the remainder of "the preeut e..ton
of I'atlianient, ami he ha not aul
nor ili. ue anvthiiig which hnuhl in
an degree ret rain hi absolute
freedom, or that of hi colleague,
rcuardiug the performance of the
arduou dntie uovv lying, or likely
o lie befoie them."
When till wa poted on the bul
letin board at the club. a a des
patch, it wa received with am.ie
meiit. It i a regarded a a denial
which amounted to a confirmation.
Ili'fore the ine.-age wa reeeiyed,
politician of both parties eagerly
dicucd the poible reason for
CiUd'toiie" n tirement. Hi he-dth
n tnained about a good a it had
been for iar. Nothing unexjiect
eil had hindered the couro of his
political measure. Therefore, why
should he xuddciilv withdraw T A
London correspondent writes:
"The lirt and mot oinin ui an-wi-r
which wa iuggeled was that
he e buidenaud responsibilities
ihead far greater than he can a--nine;
in other word". that the Daily
'lelegrapli was right when it de
clared time wink ago that the
authorities have been warned
through the mot trustworthy
.itirci- of information that war
! might be thrust upon lltiglaud at
' auv moment. I'he evcileinent in po-
I lit leal circle late to-night is greater
than in years pat. The mulileii
iiimi'Iv i akin to panic in conic 01
.Ml ilicu-ion cen-
CooL I.. lloimli. (.'. II. Kluegel, W,
0. Wilder. .1 1. (' T. Day. Charles
Hustace. Clia. Carter, C. A. Urouu,
.1. A. Kennedv mil II. Scludt.e.
Counel for defendant was V. V.
I'a Yonp withdiew his appeal
from llwa District Court, for opium
in pocsion, and pleading guilty
wa "cuteme I to one month at hard
labor. DaviiUou for defendant.
Ah Sung withdrew an appeal from
tlm Honolulu DiMrict Court for the
same olTene. and he icceived the
ame uutetice. .101111011 for uoloiut
ant. Nolle prociuies were entered in
the following live caes:
C. I'erreira, common iiuisauue.
Neiimauu for defendant.
Tin Sen and three other., violat
ing gaming laws Davidou for
Leu Choiig. opium in pusciou.
Achi for defendant.
Lup lug and two other, vagrancy.
W. II. Castle for defendant.
Chin Look, vagrancy. Johtiou
Owiuu to failure of lawyer to at
tend their cae, there was nothing
ready thi afternoon. Cottc(picutly
tlm Court adjourned for the day
after wailing half an hour, while the
telephone was kept humming in
lawyer' olllce all over town.
Ill IMs VT IIVMIII.lt.
The following mutters have, come
before Judge Cooper at Circuit
Nine creditor. proved claims
again! W. II. Ahlrich. bankrupt,
amounting to .r-l loT.iil, and Henry
Davi was elected ;i"iguee.
Lewers Cooke have hied a bond
CONCERT TO-MOKIIOW NIGHT.
Complimentary Benefit to W. B. Ash
by tho Honolulu Minstrels.
Bolow is the program for the
event of to-morrow night, at the
S'tagc MHtiapt-r, A. K. Murphy
Overture Knclinnl incut llertniii
Will lint von nil in K'hmI liiunnr.
('. Ni-iit i:ltnii.
Clinrnotcr Soiifj Okl l'iiliioii'il bulla-
I.lttlc Pelln Ah.
l'collntlou - A It en I He cam
.Mr. A. K. Miirpbj.
( ornet Solo Una . Ilartinaii
Mr. Cli.irli' Krciitcr.
Ti'iior Soto OiierBlii N-li-ctloli . ..
Mr. W. II. Himii;.
Vfiitrlluiiuloni Of lliu hl;li('t: Introiliic-
lni 1 1 1 reo ivfimli-rfiil inerrj ll;itri's.
Dr. II. I. Xlnure.
Umm Bnrdware Co., L'fl
Wrecked niiit "nvcil
Mr. I net 111.
Clarionet Duct Unix rt the Pevll
Mor". KhoIi ami Xaone. '
HotnclliltiK .New llniijii lical Author
Mr. (Iinri-e llltliiau.
ini( Will entertain you for h few mo-
Mr. ('holer . p.ivle.
Piccolo 8iIo -silvi r Klins .. Iloiuie-ean
Mr. I., ltar-ntti.
Mixlcnl Attinetloli- Uullc the ltuu .
Mer. Unlviny nml lleiine9ey.
(traliil rtlinle Slrniile Simon
Mr. V. II. A-h.
Lifo Ie Misory
To many teople who have the taint
of scrofula in their blood. The ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
sores and other manifestations of
this disease are beyond description.
There is 110 other remedy cipial to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula,
salt rheum and every form of blood
dieaso. It is reasonably sure to
benefit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Fills cure all liver ills.
bv the Att'iruey-ti. tieral. ."ionic of
I...H. nr.i ..(.. trl i r..t r.ifli't i .. Ill till II it m ..V tir.ilitlt
prejudice aga.nt Choice ali-a.lv .1. ' rc on the interpretation of WW . of I(MI to back their petition to'
J " .1..... 1. n...... it iii.imii unr! Ili.nl liiii. 1 1. Sunt li ml imliroil .1 li.ltlll. I
.1 . .. .. i....i. . i. ...i.. :. ' .
i tin ipieouou which evcryuoo - . ruin
UNJUST AND WAbThFUb
Contemporaries have been loud. at
intermittent period-, i-ver alleged
dclnuueiicicof the Hawaiian Turn
ways Company in il -ervice I'hey
are h- ready, alike with the grum
bling public, to mention mjutice
borne by the corporation. t pre
cut a faulty ystell of ro.id-iuaking.
dcceiideil to the Itoad Hoard from
. .i ... . : I...
loruier aiiiuoniic", i c.ui-ihk i"'- rie.Svduev s a siter Mini to in
company great inconvenience and ' ...t New York. The Syduy vyill
. i... ........' t ii...r uitli mih.-Ii niimiv i take the place of the steamer San
niaiiti.i -' in- ...... - ,
auce incidentally to it- paenger. i
I'cople have been compelled to leave
the ca in the mid-l of heavy rain.
considering, but winch in the all-
-ei, re ol llglli iiooony can answer.
JOHNSTONE GETS THE SYDNEY.
Uuappolntmont of tho Ill-Fatud New
Captain Frank II. Johnstone,
formerly of the ill fated City of
New York, ha been given command
of the steamer City of hydney. Thi-i-
a lull vindication of I he Captain.
llicMdncv is a siter slop to tlie
-teppiug into pool and wading
home through the mire. 'I'he heavy
raiiiMorm ha wa-hed many ton ol
earth down from the steep ero-
si reel, and ilepo-iled it mi the Here
tauia street tramway -o a lo com
pel break- ill the journey- of the
car. Thi- i- a grievance the compa
ny ha had to bear on many imilar
oeen-'ion-. The (joveruiueiit tat
the plant of the company loan e
tent that -hoiild make it careful not
to permit -ucli obstruction to the
company's Iuimiic-s. It should in--titute
a remedy without delay,
which cou-Ui in making proper
channel for carrying oil' the storm
water with I load of mud. Mono
glltleis -hoiild be laid oil both side
of the IraiisVi-r-i- -ireets in ipiestion.
which would earry the vviterdowu
to the Ueretania -treot -llllces with
out bearing ah lie- loo-c -treet cover
ing in -olutioii. At pri'M-ut the earl It
wa-hed oil' the "tn-ets becomes col
lected in little dam- in the iiul'iucd
gul teis. so that the temporarily re
sliaiued waters every time ley
bur-t the frail barriers convey regu
lai laudslide- to the main thorough
fare on which the t lack i-laid. With
propir gutter- the water would
ill. tin o ir the ero-- -treit -o gently
that it would not -trip oil the whole
Mirf.ic" of the road as under the e
iting unscientific mode of cuii-tnii
lion. I he tjovernmeiit isiujuied n
inuch a- the tramway owm-r- by
the coiiditiou mentioned Aftei
every gieat -toim road work that ha
coit huudri'ds of dollars i- found to
have di-nppeaicd, and the cpene
has lo be repeated illt of the never
too laige fund, ol else the streets be
left for an indefinite time in ruins
Such an extravagant pro.es-of -treet
making should be -topped, apart
from the duty of the tioveriimeut to
prevent inju-tice to a corpoiatimi il
lias chartered and from which it e
acts heavy trimite to the liea-ury
GREAT BRITAIN STAItlLED.
Olio of the Items of new- th t
came by -ailing ves-cl the other day
is of the probable retirement of Air.
(Jlad-tonc from public life Thi"
intelligence has moved Loudon like
an earthquake. In the ino-l positive
language the Pall -Mall (lnette,
which i-owui-d by William Waldorf
Aslor of New York who live- in
Loudon, atllriued on the la-t day of
.1 miliary that Mr Olad-toiie would,
within a few days, itmigu the olllce
of Premier of (ireat Itiit-un I'he
report was at lir-t nccived with in
Ida on the Panama route, sailing
on I ebruary Sth. The San Ilia
ha- lo-t a blade of her propeller ami
will be laid up for a general overhauling.
That Sunday Salute..
Mlow me to ask, how it is that the
Provi-ional (ioveriutieiit ha not yet
unified the arre-t of the captains
of the men of-vvar in port for firing
that salute last Sunday, a fact quite
unprecedented here or anywhere
el-e, ami a fact al-o which is a clear
ea-e of disturbing the peace ami
violating tho sacred Sunday laws of
the country! Surely thai salute
would have" been reserved for the
uct day, had our tioveruuieut been
duly rccogiiicd by tho Japanese or
The P G band will give a concert
at Thomas Square al 7:11(1 o'clock this
evening. Following is the pro
ii. unr.- I.IUii and I laildlu
I. nil. i.t Iho.mhl- Mild le.ir-. .
Ii-ur u II IViiviilore
-ell. II 01 I'.itiuli.-e. .
"elect mil Strilllellll
Walt l.tiic id. I ."wtt-t Smuh?
Wult lurkl-h I'.en.l
i. loi l.l-lil a .1 riather.
l'laintiirs in the eiectuieut case of
ManiniSvlva ami others vs. D. W.
Kahuakai and other have moved to
have a day appointed for hearing
defendants motion for a new- trial,
lu the matter of the bankruptcy
I of Samuel Parker, it is stipulated
between lite parlies that the ellect
of the decree therein may be sus
pended until Friday, March '', IS'.H.
Ilartvvell and Kinney for petition
ing creditors; A. P. Peterson for
The account of the executors of
the late (leorge Lucas h ive been re
fern d to tieorge Luca, uiater, to
examine and report upon. ) Lucas,
one of the executors, appeared in
person for petition to approve ac
counts ami dicharge executors.
The b II in equity for specific per
form. nice, of People's Ice and Ite
fiigeraliug Co. v. Hawaiian 1 -lee-trie
Co., wa argued and taken under
coli-itieraiion. iancr .v varier tor
plaiutitr: Hatch for defendant.
Mi Adele liraut. the American
belle mid beauty, who lately became
the Couute-sof Kcx, counted some
very practical wedding gifts among
her long li-t of such article, n. for
example, a victoria from her uncle. a
fur lined evening cloak from a friend
and a red silk umbrella with superb
handle of torloi-e shell from the
Dowager Lady IC-ex.
. ... s
Tho Bark Ophir.
The bark Ophir, Captain W'. II.
I'eiguson, which cleaied Tue-dav
for .-.ydi.ey, New South Wale-, will
-an tlii-iiioriiiug.it is expected. The
revenue cutter 'I houias Corvviu has
linen lying at anchor oil' M"iggs'
wharf 'ami about uouarlorof a mile
from the Ophtr. The cutter ha
lieell clo-elv Watching the suspected
baik, but no earch of llm ve el so
fur ha- been made. --N ' ('htiuil.
Fatal Duel at BHrlin.
Hi. in is, January lo. A died with
pistols wa- fought to-day between
Dr. Kou-wer and llerr du la Croix, a
military out lit I or. The doctor wa
killed. " De la Croix surrendered to
the police Light sholn were ex
changed by the combatants, pi.
liocswer accompanied Major Wiss
in. in mi l he hitter's last expedition
to Lake Nyana.
Hurr Krupp Houoiod.
Hi i.i.in, January I.Y The Associa
tion of liermaii Iron-Workers have
elected llerr Krupp an honorary
member and passed unanimous reso
lutions condemning Commissioner
Keuleaux's act ion in Chicago as
liable to hurl Uermaii indu-try.
The experience of (ieo A. Apgar,
of German Valley, N J, is will
worth remembering. He wa- tiou
bled with chrome diarrho-t and
doctored for live months and un
treated by foui dillereiit doctor
Without benefit. He then begun
ii-iug Liiainiieriaiii s loiic, i iioier.i
Waiohuli Stock Farm.
Illl 1 1 1 It l llhllMl -1 VI I .IN
."lie, 'III initvi., mpii ol M.nnlii)."
Will In. Iired t it feu airivcd lintru-.
Illl I It'll I I N HIIImN
i-llll l( 4,."rt Clll lllllll." '!.
A illiiliicrvea hum led iniiiilnrof tunics tit
14L 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 r- at
(.- I.v UAIKAI'I. MAI' I.
lined l'rt-1 ur iw ) v tie nmiitli or jcitr. All
lluri- nil. It well loo led lifter
and kcit Hi . nl'loeWf.
i ii k -i MiMin inn i' iii'niiMt si it iiun
K'n.ril J. IJ in II 'iiolulil,
VMM maV lie -ui on fit thi- Itiuich illllil
liil.v I, 1 -! 1 1 . li.lt.Mh, .n.
Ill ililllli'M 1'nlleil sii, lile'id ha), I'l
liilinl- liljlll mdwilidit I It'll inilinls.
I'l i it iii i . It iiin-vi nor," hv "Ail-inllii-ir.it
i," I'V "HMhl. Haiiillloiilau
In ' Hani In ' Nutwood," neon! J'.l-S.
tr I oi 'urilier inir.iciihir it 1 v to
.1 I' Ml MiiiM Kunuiilif, or,
( 1101,11. Honolulu.
ii i.l Iiii'
VM. DA VIES,
Rigger and Stevedore,
hMIMAII." AMI I'llNIUV I'a tlN
I At. I. IvIN lis III VVIlltK.
Tlio N-lir. "MAIIIMAIll"
Will miii riin'url lictuitn llii- (tort and
W.i iiiiiii Imi i nliiii , MoKuli'lii, Kiawc
inn nml I ' 1 11 1 Kl on die I 1 r i 1 of I lllllll.
1 or I n i In, i li , iiii lo tin ( 'it it ii in .
y " vx
Spit lid uttetitlini l eiillctl to our New
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS!
Laillo.' and Qents' Handkorcliiols
(With Aiiierlciui or Hawaiian I'litr.)
HhuwN, haihe-, Titlile l over,
NnKtles, Shlrls, Ktc, htc.
COHON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADEa
hhirt-, I'lij'iiuav hulls,
Klliiolio I'alli'iu-, Kir.
ereiluhty on all Hide-, hut -n coud i and Uiarrhn a Kemedy, of which one
tin .tori, I. ,i .1 ifrimltirvveitht. At "inall botlle eirecled a complete
lf4. Ill lire Ml olllce of I S
iim r spii . k. I-' I In nk, I'orl -in ei
llioiiL'hls gave it greater weight. At
II:LM o'clock in the evening an olli
cial state. iieut reached Loudon fiom
lharrit Mr. Oladsioue authoiied
Sir Algernon West, who is his coin
paiiiou at ISiarnl, to send out the
htatetnent, which is m follow"
nil vi 1 1. vi i hi pa Ml lib
mil-.. It ik r.ir w.il.. I,, fill il..t.l..rK
l...- .. tn .... l..i fj .... ...ii.i.'.-i -
iii iisoii, Diimii ,x. i ii., iVKiiins nir uie i , ,.,. , i .,...,. ,,, , . .. np-?p
Hiiwaiiau Islands. ii n im- v I ; iioml, CiUCiS
ituillid ii I'mIoI" illi. and JL
,ii , j i i u , i foui i nine li" iii rei, men or -
All Kiniln iJ Lomiilffilill J'lltttlllll i,.. (, i,nil ul i.iii. llii luiid In en
pniriipfj nrvutnl (if hv r,itM at thr ' I''" '' ' -ul.Htuotiai I. ic e ' "r.)"irtl
.. , in nr-.iiii.lv lu t" A. hi HAI.I Kll.
HulUtin )ftr, I or V f., units. ti U
Fancy Porcelain Tea SotH,
t'iiisiuid haiuers, Plates,
Hewer X'a-e-, l-.tn , I .in
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envelopes,
A lllllllN, Kllll-, l'llKI l.llllfll-,
'litiile t'riimli I an-. Ktc , ble
Importer of Japanese GoocIh
JWI Knrl Ht., in if I'uniiiu IIihimj.
mit mi rr.i r.i'iioNKh-iiKii. ri
V. 0. llox 'HI.
111 KING STKKET
IV-rH.S "Oieiinle." Die -II It.
V i OHIK V MIIFrV oh
Suitable for Cnilstnias Ti'itiie.
Of Dilleruii Vitrli tle-t and l.utc-t I'lititrii-.
SHIIl'lh. Ml h II NNIiKKIICHIl.lh
I'OIK'KI.AIN IIIA hh'I'H.
Ku . i.n. i:t . en
ijalwday, Feb. 10, 1894.
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
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 say nothing of the in
crease of orders traceable
directly to this source, which
itself has more than repaid the
"While our chief intention
was to benefit our own trade
here, we were agreeably sur
piised 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 Honolulu 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 1S92.
"(.Iraiilying as our rapid pro
gress h.is been in the past, we
look forward to a still more
And we are the sole agents,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornor Port 8t Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERT WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
"Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
.... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant AHsortmcnt of Colors at 20 CenU Eatli".
fltiht Keeeivi'd by last "Aiibtralia" a Large Stoek of
To be sold for oxk wkkk only at 10c, 12Ac, Me. and lGJe.
pi-r yard. Coodn worth 2oe. a yard.
..SCO PIECES . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 cenU.
S . JU jEx JrC Xi X C xi ,
Corner Fort and Hotel 8ts., .... Honolnln, H. I.
ok xm: tn:i.i:iiit.Ti:i)
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . Jl'ST TO HANK IIX ''CITY W I'l'.KIN'fl" . . .
inSr These Cigar sue direct from the fuetory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations whieh
are ko frequently offered ab the "licut Muuiltut." 0!NE
TRIAL of thcRe Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER .& CO.,
503 TTort. Street, - TConolulu, H. I.
J. HOPP Sc CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Low Prices !
411 -:- King -:- Street
CHA1P.S, Etc, Etc
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
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Latest Improvements in Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Variety ol Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Ulgb Chairs,
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