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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, February 21, 1894, Image 4',
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English Wiinlrobos, I'luto Glass Front;
MurbliMop Wash Shimls,
Scotch ('hosts of DruwiM's,
Dining; 1 1 sill and Parlor Chairs,
Jialtiin Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Roval Woivost(;r Vases,
1 loyal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jug's, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Etc., Etc., Bto.
THEO. H. DA
Nuaanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS Jl'Si IIKri.lVKI IIY I.ATi: AltlMVAIJJ
1 Unci from 1'hliiu' l'lint Moiiiiiain iiiiilll ' Superior to Anv
IhlliK liti'i .""hi In Honolulu!
L Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
CoMiAor Trunks h'ltlnl mill l',ittil Mmmi' l.i-k,
I.11I1 rt Miitr lii ii-f llmiilmii (linirx tlml Lmuiii'K,
ll-ittttil'iil 1'ittlrrn Chinne tiilk nml ilk UnndkervUirf, Etc.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alum- on lianil u rimliv A-orliiniit of i'ti-liiiit-ri I'wi'i'iU, Ktu , llli'.
Low Prices a.iid Good Et Guaranteed
CI IAS. II L' STACK,
IMI'OltTKK AND UKALHU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Every
r- All Oriirr- fuitlifiill)
tnlii'ilnl uml iiii'kin with I'uru
Limoln Hi.ock, Kino Stiiki.t,
huth t::..ki iium jm
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FOUT STKKB'J'.
Iniporlers, Wholesale tf lletail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Evory California Steamer.
ICE - HOrSE - (JOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IsLANDI OlIUKKS SllMCITI'.!).
II. i:. McJNTYRK JiRO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Ni' Oumlii lli-t'fivuil by liver) I'nrki't from tlui Kasirrn htnti- mnl Kmo.t.
i-HKSU - CALIRJUN1A - I'ltODL'L'K - 1JV - KVIJUY STKA.MKIt.
All (InUri fuillifillly Hllnmlnl
1'nri of tin-
(hl.ANU OlIIUMlS HoMtiTU).
Murlilctop Dressing Tsibl
VIES & CO.
r. u. nox :tr.'
Butter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
,-ui Mini ion Kiiiirmitrfil, I-Litul OiiIit-
Ib.r. Fokt ami Ai.ikka Stiikkts.
-r. o. mix jut
I. o iiux un
to mnl t!oinl IlnllviTnl
AM) KINU Hl'ltKKTH.
Anheusor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Beer.
Sr. I..M in. I'd. ., l.s'd.
Slwi. Ma nm.iNi. A '., I.'k.
llntiotlllll. It. I.
I'fiir Sin V have iii-illnl yitii n t'lipy
nt llit (ilu'ii-lfiiitirntt silillimliellitf I ho ureiil
vletorv won In tin1 AMii.rm-lli i it .x"-
rlATiti.N with' their "KAHLK" llruiul uf
(Siircinl Vrtimtth In lllnr-lleiiwernl.)
Woriii's l'lIK, 'III mi, ll.l,., del 111.
Niuiwfinl hits overbed! imuli'tu gratifying
to Hi. I.uul people iiinl u Justly merited
II till Hill' LTiVftl tll-llll ll till! I (lllllllhlllll
jury ot the World's I'ult, ootitthij; nt eon-tiol"-eitr
iiinl ilii'iiilt of tlit'h jilitxl rank,
to the Anlieii-er-llu-eh llrewhii? Aocln
lion, lly iiioilul uf tiiirivirhil lui-hies.
i'iiti'rirli', iitul ly iiIiik tlio In t iiinti'rlnl
proilueoil In America uml Kuron', exelud
iiift corn 11111I oilier ttilitllt'rntit! or urm
utttP!', tin iIIUlti'iiI kinds of tin- Atiheu-er-llil-oh
Ihit Imvi' Ihiihiic tin1 fnvurlli'i with
tin' Anii'rii'Hii ixtit le, nml lone, now eon
iUercd the IiIkIic-I award In ever purtli'it
In r. which hml lo If coiisliliTtsl by tin
I'ohilnlit.ili jury. Tin lilli I'luinii'lrr of
tin- nwiml irlW-n to-day by the Juror-will
In' Ik-IIit under.-lood when It I-known tlnil
I lie illlliTi'tit beer exhibited liy tlio An
heiii'r-llueh llri'whii; Association hml to
'OtiiH.'t( wild himdrtil- of thi' ino-l excel
li'lit displays of other brewer. Till' furl
t lint no iiiIiit I'liiirt-rii lm rccclvd! co
innnj ikiIiiI" for 1 1 if various tvtitlal ilnl
llli". of uihmI Ih'it t'oiillrni" mii'W thi' ll'in'-i
rt'iiilitlon ii 1 In- li'inli-r of till American
lifers nml Mr. Ailolphte lln-cli rati fool
promt uwr this n-nll onll merited.
Co)" Tlie above Is a Fac-slinllln o( the
Label of tbe "EAGLE" Brand which took
Vfe In oriliTiiii' t lit- llcir li- "iirr to
imk for llii "HAiil.K' llnniil.
Macfarlaue & Co., L'd,
h'lV-tf Jijriiti fur llniinHiiii lnhiml.
uIhivi Hlnri' h"h nii'lviil unotliiT
."-pll'lllllil lllVllll'l' of
Per S. S. "Oceanic"
Beautiful Silk and Crape
I'llillloll-, Tllllll' I ilVIT",
Ilitl I uvrri., llon,
l IhiiiI-i-, rtluiwN,
1)011, IIH, 8 A It IS,
l Al's. .Si Itlll'.SS,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN HllKAi VMIIKIY.
Cfe- I ll JM'Ct lull lll-,l'Otfllll IllVillll.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs, J, P. P. Collaco, Proprietress,
King Street Restaurant,
& Alakoa Sts.
Everything Served In First Class Si)le.
liouril li tlin
9i- ll will In- ii.imi on or ulmiit thi- lt
Ill.'-Iui All II l.r. A I'll., l'ioi.
Merry go Hound
Everything Served In Hrt Class Style.
L'l M I'll I lii'kl'l
Fowl Threo Times a Week
TiIiimIiiv iiiiiI I It i r--lit ill hooii,
.liu al iiih-i.
CHOCK bIMJ, 1'iop.
T -sxiouMf. r
(Continued from 1st 1'iuje.)
own country hnd compelled him to
count. After somu not unnatural
hesitation tlio Qiiuuti Knvo an un
(liinlitleil nsont in writing to tlio
conditions Biiggostud for lur nceup
tnnco in tho name of tlio President
of tlio United Status. Tlio moinbor.s
of the Provisional Government, on
tho othor hand, have positively re
fused to acquiesce in his decision.
Tho President, it is hardly necessary
to say, has no power to impose that
decision upon either party. He can- I
not use torco without the authority t
of Congress, and to Congress he has
now remitted the whole subject for
What the ultimate issue of the
matter may prove to be, it is not
easy to say. While Mr. Thurston,
tho revolutionary leader declares
that there is no risk of disturbance
pending the deliberations of Con
gress, the despatches of Mr. Willis
indicate the existence of a very dan
gerous state of things in Honolulu.
The Provisional Government have
thought (it to distribute arms freely
amongst their supporters, whether
Americans, foreigners, or natives,
and Mr. Willis says that many of the
persons so equipped, "like children
with new toys, nro eager to use
It...... II fl'l.... ..... I... ..n..l .......a
ilium. 1. iivi itit, uu i;umiiiiiiv.s,
without intelligence or restraint, ami
thoy have no property interests in
tho State. Accordingly "they are lia
ble to act al any moment ami to
break into mob-violence.; In these HW ,)apor ,0oy j which tho U.
circumstance-, it is satisfactory to s. Customs aro payable, and then i
know that a naval force is avaifable ,!,.. woulil have banking panics, as
sulllcient for tho adequate protec-1 w ,j vrJ ow an,i tyioni caust.,l
tionof tholiMis and properties of j,v ,j10 (,p,liPnii bogus paper,
the British inhabitants. It is pro- jawaii now has a Home Utile Cou
bable, too, that the rmk of n violent dilution; then she would have a
attempt upon tho Qucon's lift, al-. Jjri.aucratic Constitution, liko our
hough appreciable, is not seriou;
but it is at once ludicrous and signi
ficant to lind that the American .Min
ister relies upon the telephone from
Her Majesty house "in Washing-tou-sipiare'
to his room for her
protection. Although Liliiiokalau!
was doubtless well ndvlsi'd in ult
1,1 ,M ,,m
mately acceding to the ti
nosed to her ly I'resitle
land, it cannot be denied that the
object ions which she originally urged
against them have a good (leal of
force. Iu the dramatic conversation
reported by Mr. Willis she exhibited
aciiteness of understanding as well
as queenly dignity of a really strik
ing kind. Sue declared that the
lives and properties of the rebels
were forfeited to the law, and thnt
by the law sh would abide, and she
justified her refusal to attempt to
evade its severity by asserting that
the revolutiouiilH were the enemiei
of the Constitution of ISS7, and
that "there wool I never be peace
while they were there." The fact,
as Mr. Blount's most interesting re
port demonstrates, is that there are
two parties in Hawaii with interests
so entirely opposed as apparently to
be irreconcilable. The white men
have been struggling and intriguing
for years to destroy the p-iwer of the
far more numerous native popula
tion, mid to "exploit" both them
and their terrliuiif for thu mi van
tage of the foreign clement. Tin'-,
policy has beu steadily pursued for
a long period by erylii'reditable
aud unscrupulous means and with a
very largo measure of success. The
natives, however, possess a consider
able degree of intelligence, and some
twelve years ago a "patriot" Minister
named Gibson undertook to teach
them how to employ their numeri
cal superiority iu a constitutional
way. The effect was al tended by
only partial success, as the white in-so-called
"missionary" party out
mmui'iivred the natives. Still, even
under the constitution of IKS7, the
natives managed to secure a greater
amount of power than was agreeablo
to the whites, and it is to this cir
cumstance that the revolution is to
bo ascribed. If the monarchy i
restored, there is now an undoubted
risk of an absolutist reaction iu
favor of the natives, who love the
dynasty aud do not care for the
constitution. If, on the other hand,
no restoration takes place imme
diately, the Provisional Government
is certain, according to .Mr. liloiiut,
to go to pieces very shortly. It chii
not last, ho says, if unsupported, for
more than a year or two al the out
.. TAFFY FOK THE PEOPLE."
PuiiKout Cotnmunta on thu Proposed
Spoliation of Hawaii.
IKrolu thu Coiiinii'irliil Att lil' of tlio Cali
fornia Hunker' Mul'iuIiii'.I
llitinili. Whoever calls upon the
patriotism of the great American
people wakens a volcano, rouses a
cyclone, invites the deluge. For
those reasons Americans should bear
iiiiou their hearts tho golden maxim:
"Patriotism is the last refuge of a
Whenever a man has fallen to the
lowest depths of immorality, and
has not a shred of good character
left, you will lind thai he is a politi
cian, prating iu pretty periods and
phrases upon tho pristine power and
iirosperity of the people of America.
Tin the bait iu tlm trap, the food iu
tho snare, the molasses for the llv,
and the tally for the people. lie
who Hatters his neighbor, said tho
Jew, is spreading a net for his feet.
So in this Hawaiian business. Look
at it as men of busiue.ss. Strip oil
the American tinsel and see the
real skeleton underneath tlm gilded
Hawaii is a tropical laud, far south
of all the United Stales Its clime
needs laborers who could not thrive
in America It would be a good
place to banish all the negroes to,
and wo ought to have done thai M
the end of the civil war. Instead of
that there are 22,(KK) .lapauese con
trad laborers ami about ,'10,000 t'li i -iii'mi
there, besides thousands of out
cast whites, and the original tropical
Polynesians, whoso speech bewrayet h
them to be of the Mime blood as the
other tropical islanders. An omnium
gatherum bosed by a few whites,
who run the sugar plantations y
Tho Uopiihlicau paitv, "to gain
popularity," called upou'tho patriot
Ism of the American peoph to annex
Hawaii its a Slate to tlio L'uioii.
There vvure plenty of uumd lie ululr
statesmen (J) ill Hawaii who wanted
to bo Governors, and Ministers, aud
warriors, ami uavai omuers, aim who
wanted billets for "their uticlos, their
cousins and their aunts." They could
easily overawe the savages, tho Jans,
the Chinese, and he the heroes of a
patriotic (!) movement to gain Hawaii
for the Union, to oust tho blasted
Britisher and lot Old Glory wave
o'er the deep blue sea, and oor tho
islands or (he mam
statesman would ask:
liltt a trUe
.. .i. :
X1UW I'illl llltl
1 U. S. annex contract laborers?
caiU)()t )0 done. If thov jlid annex
the islands, what would tUPplantors
They would bo ruined, just as
latioeuud in the West Indies when
the tiiiulish paid .$I00,000,(XK) to free
the slaves; they ruined all the plan
ters. What would heeoine of tlio
contract laborers? Ship them all
away? Where to? Wo have an alien
Inclusion Hill known as the Geary
Aetj can wo tako in 22,000 Japs at
one haul? After making all Con
gress swear to keep that law? Can
we take in i)0t000 Chinese at one
haul, after forbidding any to eotue
into the Union? For annexation
moans to take all in as citizens.
Thoro can bo no slaves in America.
Inasmuch as tho Jap, Chlnesoand
Hawaiian would each he a citizen,
and outnumber tho whites, are wo
going lo have them sitting in tho
I . s. Senate ana House 01 Monro
sentatives to rule the Anglo-Saxons?
J hen the Customs receipts now
in coin, but annexation would rin
in nnnii llntvnii ovnr I IKK IXX) IKX of
states. Hawaii would irol corrupt
Kailroad Commissioners, corrupt
Laud Commissioners, corrupt Horti
cultural Commissioners, just as wo
have (so the papers say;. Hawaii
would have subsidized steamers, to ,
charue all the IralUe would bear.)
Congressmen and Sonotors would go
down there to see what olllces there
woro for those wh linva n "politlfal
nill" upon them. Tho picture miijlit
lie very much eularued, but enough
is given here to show what ruin and
misery it would cause to Hnwaii if
she unluckily should be annexed to
the L. S.
The experience of Ueo. A. Apjar,
of German Valley, N. .1., is well
worth remembering. He was Iron-1
bled with chrome diarrluea and i
doctored for live mouths and was : Uucro CleamAv
treated by four diiroront doctors ' D"rJ MMU1Br'
without benefit. He then began
using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera I . Ami ilon't tnrgrt CASH Is Hu
mid Diarrluea Itemedv, of which one ' Imi-li of our linMnco. toul It ithtnys talks,
small bottle cUci'tcd a complete
cure. It is for sale by all dealers.
Ueuson, .Smith A: Co., Agents for the
MMVO NICELY Pt'lt
JL iiMinl Hoono- for
Unilli'iiicli nt No. 4 Uanlim
to let nt No. lit Kit-
iiIiiiiiiiiiiii lnil. Anplv to o''iC 'JiiiBa.
HVl-lw WILLIAM l'OSIKIt.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
L nlxln'il KiKjiiiN
llliu ttri'i't, eiHi.ltu KiiU'
Mnl Mm'!. alMint live inln
mi's' wall; from Niinaun rtm-t ciiri. A)
il in this olllrc. IkU tf
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VALUAIII.i: l'IKCKH OK
I IniiiriiM'il l'riiurtv, Im'jti'il
In illll noit 1'iirln uf the City of
Honolulu; all lmri;.iliis. Aiily
fur full mi'lli'iilitrn to
llltUCK ,t A. J. t'AUTWUKIHT.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger and Stevedore,
KSriMATCS AM) CdSTUACTS ON
ALL KINDS OK WOltK.
Thu Schr. "MAIirMAIH"
Will run ri'nlarly lu-t ween thin port nml
Wiiliihui, IiihiiIIiiiiiiI. Moknli'la, Ki'ikwc
mil ami I'milkl on tin Isluml of Onliii.
I'or Ko'IkIiI, i lo., apply In tin Captain.
Itt. Iiiipilre st otlii-i, of J S. Walker,
ovi'r.Siieel.els' Hunk, Kurt slrrel. 107-tf
A 8PKCIAI. I.UIItMtY IB NOW OI'KN
IX. in MinliinUeii TTKSJUY, Tlll'IIS
MAI uml ,sATlMtl)AYi)(i-iieli week, from
- in I i'. m,, on the iieuoml Hour uf thu Kos
ler llliMik, Niiuiinu htrt't't, over Uivejo.'
xtoru. Lniriuii'u lij thu ceeonil iloor, on the
Itinu JemlhiK lo tint linul; uirt of thu Hono
L0 In ri'siKiiiHii to niiiniiriuis risuiests
a trial A II I'OLAhSOK niKOi-Oi'HY,
one evening a week, free of eluir(;e, will Im
Klarteil In thu l.llirury Hull, as hooii as
twenty ailhi-sioiiH huvu heen reeelveil. In
tending stinleuts, lnie nolKy thu I.llira
riiin. iV Hooks lent out to ri'sHiislilu par
ties In Honolulu, ami when niiL'tlenlilii to
resident of thu other litlumls. U.I'J-lui
Waiohiili Stock Farm.
Illl IIIOKOllOIIIIIIKIl M.M.I ION
Bile, "llrvunt W.," son of "Momhiy."
Will Im lireil in a few approved iiitirtts.
tut: IIIOI lNi si M.I.I, i.N
boil of ".-i peculation, " i,
iV i II a Unserve a II in lied niiiiil.erof inures at
1. Inquire ill
ii's Iw AIKAI'H. MAUI.
All kiudi uf t'oMinerciul Printing
promptly extent-it ul low rule of the
A All -
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
We do not qo in for grinding out
Spectacles and Jiueatasses. but we can
fit .mil ill tlrlnem i'l itiiirAitnn0 Hlilh Ih0
' " "
UUU LINK UP
DOLLS & GAMES
IS WKI.1. ASaOKTEI).
ALL KINDS OP
Needles & Fittings I
The King of All Typ'wrllcrg.
Purses and Cai'd Cases,
Tennis Rickets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
i Wll I SllDIllV Of Finfi StatlOnCM!
rU" ""WJ Ui riUC OUMUUMJ,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
Sir Music and Books ordered by
The tinilf rn'iciietl nll'erK fur satr thb follow
liiK lleuntlful Slock:
THE KINK HOKHB
ANII TIIK rnt.UIWIrlll WAHMt
"Angio A.," "Josio W.,"
"Sully Bluek" uml Colt,
"Yum Yum" uml Coll,
"True Uluu" uml Colt,
W Full IViHerves of the bIiotu can lie
feeii ul (Jriuullelil tituhlei, when, prlee and
tiirniH run bu urrtuiHtil to suit tlm lline.
CreenQeld Stables, : Kaplolanl Park.
W. II. KICKARD.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVKK TEN MAKES AT
"Sonny Boy" Servioe, $20.
PINE HORSES FOR SALE !
TIIOS. W. GAY,
(137 '.'lil-ft St
I (food I 'a Murage by thu month or year.
llnrsuM will lie well-looked uftur
uml kept iu paddocka.
tut. hTAMIAIIIi HKKII THOTTINU MTALI IUN
Itet'oril 'J:.'!.' In Honolulu,
Will make the season at this Itunuli until
July 1, Ib'.ll. THUMB, VM.
I Ilfsi Itii-TIONI Knaleil 1KHH, blood buy, 10
liumU hlli uml weight IlliO pounda.
I'miU'Iikk: lly "tlrm-venor," liy "Ail
nilnlNtrator," hv "Kyoilyk's ilaiiillluiiiuu
ID." Hum by "S'ulwooa," reuiml 2ilJi.
I'or further particular apply to
J. 1'. MKNDONUA. Kuuuohu, ur,
C. IIOLTi;, Honolulu.
MIL KtJKSrrUKK )K HIX KO'i.MH
eoiiin utu for liouiickecpliu:. Iiu'ludlui!
a Hue trprlitht Clilekerlni; I'lnmi uml n
"New lluini'" hewing Mit' lilnii. Apply ul
Notice to Consumers!
The new works of the Hawaiian
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice is hereby given that from
and after January loth the Com
pany is prepared to supply incan
descent electric lighting to cus
tomers. In a few days the Company will
also be prepared to furnish electric
vwlors for power, and of which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for interior wiring and can
furnish fixtures and all fittings in
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulations and
Company's rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent .
Wm. 6. IRWIN,
lO-'-tt KKKSIDKST H. K. CO.
I luivo much plciiHiirc iu
advising my Humorous cli
ents Hint I liuvo received
advices that thu Shamkock
Liskns huvc heen accordeil
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Modal and Diploma
ut tho Chietifjo World's Kuir
for Tithlo Li uon, Towels,
Shouting, l'illow Ijiiicii,
llundkeichiers uml Km
hroidery. W. C. SPROULL,
Sole AKint for thu Hawaiian IslamU.
l'. o. linx :wi.
411 KING STREET.
Per 8. B. "Oi'diiilu," Dec. 4th,
A I.VKIIK VAHIKTV UK
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Dltl'erent Vurletles ami Latent l'atlenm.
HH1UTH, HILK H ANDKKUOHIKKS,
1'OKUKLAIN TEA HKT8,
Eli'., Ktc, Kte., Ktu.
Low Frioes !
411 -:- King-:- Street
A KINK JAl'ANKSK STKAMKK
Dim hern on or about thu uml of Mateh
l,l bu despatched with Mulls uml
IWuiiKum for thu above.
Port on or ubout
Kur furlliur nurtieulurk reuurilimr
Passage uml I'relght, upply lo
K. OGURA & CO.,
For Local Ncwh
I TRADE 1
V MARK C