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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Name toSultthe'Game tho Wnshlnuton
Evening New? on the Hawaiian Piracy.
For the 0. It. I.. Co.
"' Ocdatvllle Sketches "
It Is Too Tliln (editorial.)
New Names (editorial.)
Emma Street's Sidewalk, (corr.) Iiy " A
Resident of Btiiinn Street."
Trick That Wa Vain.
The Grand Old Man.
A Blight Correction, by Then. H. Davie-.
Local and (lonernl ltem.
The Cook Was Knbbed.
A Work of Art.
A Kcantnlug Dog.
Englishmen as Lawver.
lllood Thicker Tlian Water.
The declaration of Independence.
PUttoed to nriihfT Sect nor Party,
Hut EstahlinhHl for thr lirnetU uf Alt
remarks that is, that tho Govern
ment itself has instigated tho pro
wut attempt at a royalist scare
may not be correct. It is almost as
likely that it is one of thoso periodic
alarms worked up by members of
the sorrel service, to prevent reduc
tion in their numbers or wages
which would bo the result of tho
continuance of the long ami abso
lutely unbroken record of pcaceablo
uuss made by the opponents of the
schemes of tho revolutionists. Color
is given to this explanation of tho
attempted scare by the frantic call
of tho Star for tho citizens' guard
to sloop on their arms, for reinforce
ments of the executivo building
garrisou, for an itioreaso of tho secret
police, and a general piling on of
the agony to tho infamous robbery
of the people for military purposes.
THE GRAND OLD MAN.
Gladstone's Magnificent Nerve
in 1'aclug Danger.
TUESDAY, FEB. '11, 18V1
Sitwaiian Hardware On., L'd
Our Maul correspondent's letter
was stamped "Fob. '2o, (5 a. in." at
the I'ostolllce, but was only deliver
ed at J a. m. this morning, l'eb. 27.
Whore was it in the moautimoT
In answer to a question in the
Reichstag a few days ago, it was
stated that tho Duke of Sae Co-burg-Gotha,
sou of Cjiieun Victoria,
being a Gorman prince owed no
more allegiance to Great Britain.
Honolulu feels a little interest in
tho new German Prince, formerly
the Duke of Edinburgh, as lie stayed
for a while iu the houe now part of
the Hawaiian Carriage Co.'s works,
ami Edinburgh street running paM
there is called after him.
Two or three weeks ago the Post
olllco refused to sell tho Bi'LLtrris
olUce sulllcicnt one-cent stamps at
one time to mail a quantity of print
ed matter to order. Tho messenger
had to be sent several times for the
stamps, as the clerk would not make
more than ouo sale to him at one
visit. Now wo are told that a group
of speculators has cleaned up all the
one-cent stamps, amounting iu price
to $18(15. Tho stamp clerk told the
Bi'lletin messenger that ho would
not sell Jesus Christ more than i2JA
worth at one sale, but it seems that
there are other favorites of our
Christian government who can get
anything they want.
The Star is strenuously advoeat
iug a general re-christening of all
Hawaiian and royalist names of
places iu these islands. We are sur
prised that the Star does not begin
his charity at home, by requesting
Mr. J. T. Watorhouse to change the
name of "tiueen" over the door of
his hotel (?) on Xuuauti street, and
Minister "King" to take a better and
lets odious uamo for himself. Then
again, as an appellation for the lln
irii nil it m l (which is too much
"kanaka") or for tho Snivlwirh 11
a ml (which is too much KnglMi),
how would tho name of faulrmit
Iflmilt suit the Star, iu view of per
petuutiug the "honorable" a- b
which the present Government got
IT IS TOO THIN.
Nothing thinner since it started
has tho Star ever spread iu it col
umns thau its attempted counter
revolutionary scare of yesterday. It
is not exactly a fake, hut rather a
feint. Tho probability is that the
stalwart strangers who have been
drifting into Honolulu by ever
steamer from San Francisco anil
British Columbia, for mouths past,
have been enlisted by agents of tin
Provisional Government. For a long
time it has been known that the
Provisional Government did not
quite trust some of its military
forces. Latterly tho domineering
attitude of the American League
with its secret proceedings has been
anything but enhancing of the Gov
erninuiit's comfort. If these new
arrivals of fighting men are not for
tho P. G.'s own service, it is strange
how fine their description is got
down by the Star. Now here an
rare tactics. Tho Government d
sires to prevent suspicion from being
aroused in tho League camp about
these reinforcements, therefore it
finds means for putting the League's
orgau up to a royalist nearo on their
account. Jt is nothing new to havi
tho secret agents of the P. G. going
about, purposely pointed out and
denounced as royalists and them
selves acknowledging tho soft im
peachment. People should be care
fill in the presence of all strangerc
those times, as looe talk without
any intent behind it may get one
into trouble. There is nothing
more probable, iu our opinion, than
that most of tho men who have
lately arrived as steerage passenger
have come to the order of the Pro
visional Government, the large sup
plies of arms and ammunition com
ing all the time being collateral
proof of the correct ncis of this be
lief. At the same time, it is possi
ble that tlior.iinni.Mi in tho foregoing
Trial of Vina King for the Pickax
ing of Georgo Washington.
The jury that tried Chun You for
nsault with a dangerous weapon
esterday could not agree ana wero
Vina KiiiK was on trial to-day for
assault with a weapon imminently
and obviously dangerous to life.
Tho weapon was a pickaxe and it
was alleged to have boou used on
the heaii of Georgo Washington.
Judge Cooper presided, as Judge
Whiting was hearing a divorce case.
The jury was m follows: John Phil
lips, E. Beuuor, L. Hough, H.
Schultze, J. S. Walker, J. M. Angus,
I'eter High, J. C. Cook, Win, Maer
tens. D. 11. Smith. C. T. Day and
Chas. Carter. Objection was made
bv Mr. Kaulukou for tho defense to
evidence of Marshal Hitchcock and
Deputy Marshal Brown, covering a
confession of defendant. Being over
ruled counsel noted exceptions. At
t : tO Mr. Kaulukou addressed the
jury for the defense, speaking for a
little more thau fifteen minutes. Mr.
Wilder followed for the Provisional
Government, closing at 2:00. The
jury retired at '2:10. After au absence
of ten minutes tho jury returned a
unanimous verdict of guilty, with a
recommendation to tho mercy of the
While tho Jury in the foregoing
case was out, mo louowiug jury was
drawn to try Li Man for opium in
possession: Geo. Dillingham, C. W.
Booth, II. W. Mist, T. A. Lloyd. E.
A. Jones, W. C. Wilder, Jr., T. F.
Lansing, Fred. Harrison, C. H.
Kiuegel, T. W. ilobron, Chas.
llustnee and Fred. Philp. Deputy
Attorney-General Wilder for prose
cution; W. It. Castle for defendant,
in T. B. Murray vs. J. F. Colburu,
the attorney for plaiutiir, Enoch
Johnson, gives notice to Autoiie
Itosa, attorney for defendant, that
his motion to dismiss defendant's
Mr G. V. Smaller, discussing tho
Pall Mall Gazette's prediction of
Mr. Gladstone's resignation, rofors
to his failing eyesight. He says:
Tho real facts are Known to few.
Just after he left Loudon for Biar
ritz 1 heard, tiot directly, but from a
source 1 think trustworthy, what
took nlace. Mr. Gladstoue. or per
haps one of the family, sent for Dr.
Grainger, oi Chester, a physician,
who is also an oculist. It was Dr.
Grainger who atteudod him at the
timo when the gingerbread nut was
thrown at him and struck and
slightly injured one 030. Now (hat
Sir Andrew Clarke is gone Dr.
Grainger probably knows moro of
Mr. Gladstone's constitutional pecu
liarities than anybody olo. Ho saw
him at his house in Downing stroet
the day before ho started. Ho told
Mr. Gladstone, not, I suppose, for
tho first time, that a cataract had
entirely obliterated tbo sight of ouo
oyo, and that another cataract had
tiegtin to lorm on tlio oilier eye.
This last statement was, perhaps,
now to tho Prime Minister. Ho re
flected a moment and said: 'I wish
vou to remove the cataract at onco'
Dr. Grainger told him it was not yot
far enough advanced for an opera
tion. 'You do not understand me,' re
plied his illustrious patient. 'It is
the old cataract I wish removed.
If that is out of the way 1 still shall
have one good eye when the now
cataract impairs the sight of tho
Dr. Grainger hositated.
Mr. Gladstone continued: 'You
still seem not to understand me. I
want you to perform the operation
here, and now, while I am sitting iu
this chair.' Dr. Grainger still ob
jected. 'It might not bo successful,'
said In. 'This is a risk I accept,' ro
tort ed tho gallant old man. iu tho
end Dr. Grainger, saying that tho
responsibility must bo his, as a medi
cal man, declined, givinu such rea
sons as lie could. The true reason
probably was that such an operation
on a patieul of Mr. Gladstone's age
was too dangerous. It was not per
formed. But what could be more
admirable thau the courage and re
solution ho showed.
appeal may be aigued at it o'clock
Friday before Judge Whiting.
A. S. ClcL'lioru. L'uardiau of Vic
toria Kaiulaui, has filed his final ac
count, showiug receipts of $1:1,717.12
ami payments of .20,02:J.r.,,l, making
a lialauce ol .XilHHt.l due 1110 guard
ian. Tho last payment of allow
ance by tho Hawaiian Government
for the ward as Heir Apparent was
mi Feb. 2S, 1MI.1. Payments 011 the
building of a new house account for
the excess of expenditure.
J. A. Thompson iu person gives
notice to W. C. Achi of motion to
nave his cause ngaiust tho latter
heard 011 Friday.
Judgo Whiting is hearing tho
livorce case of Susio Cartwright vs.
A. J. Cartwright. Hatch aud Kinney
for liliellnul; C. W. Ashford aud
Vakellelil for libelee.
Trick That Was Vain.
The charge ol embezzlement
against Thow Choy, a Chinese mor
cuaut, was mil pros'd iu tho District
Court this morning. It appears that
tho prosecuting Chinaman had
pawned a gold watch ami ring
valued at $'27 with Choy, and wish
iug to get the articles back without
paying the amount brought the
charge of embezzlement. Seeing
ho would gel loft tho accuser drop
ped the case.
O. W. (T. Hanbiiaii, Sheriff of
Tyler Co., W. Va., appreciates a
good thing and does not hesitate to
sav so. He was almost proM rated
with a cold when lie procured a bot
tle uf Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Ho says: "It gave me prompt rulief.
I find it to be an invaluable remedy
for coughs and colds." For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith fc Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Emma Street's Sidewalk.
1 reatl iu last night's Holomua. a
corroiqioudonco about tho sidewalks
iu Emma street, uud I quite concur
.villi the writur thereof. Evou if the
law did allow Mr. C. It. Bishop to
establish iu front of his lower gate,
the uueauuy pavement whereby the
grade of the public sidewalk will bo
lentroyed, this gentleman ought to
he ashamed of himself. What ho
ought to do, for his own conven
ience, a well as for tho public, aud
for tho ornamental aspect of the
itreet, is to lower Instate, aud grade
the road inside of his lot, ho as to
-.111 1 thorn to the grade of tho street,
not ruin the street to suit his old
,4a to. Ami, as I do not believe -no
more thau the Holomua's corres
oomleut does that the law allows
Mr. Bishop's proceeding,! hope that
the day will come whou ho will be
ordered to remove that pavement he
now places as au obstruction on the
A Kksidknt or Emma Sthkkt.
A Slight Correction.
By the slight substitution of "or"
for "on" in tho political review which
you published for mo yesterday,
there is au important alteration 111
my meaning, which I beg you will
allow 1110 to correct. My proposal is
hat both parlies to the joint com
mittee should loyally support the
draft constitution on appeal to the
'lectoiatu. Such au appeal would
be an essential condition of tho ac
ceptance of the constitution, in 1113
opinion. Tn 1:0. II. Davius.
Honolulu, Feb. 27, 1SU1.
Provontion Is Better
Thau cure, and those who are sub
ject to rheumatism can prevent at
lacks by keeping the blood pure aud
free from the acid which causes the
disease. You can rely upon Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for rheu
matism and catarrh, also for ovorj
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
ami other diseases caused by impure
lilood. It tones unit vitalizes the
Hood's I'ills are easy and gentle
All kind uj Caimnrrrlul I'rintinfi
propiptly rn-unl'it itt Imu rntft uf the
Wu Imvo just roci'ivwl an
other cargo of I lay and Grain
by tlu "Irmgurd," pursonally
Hi'li'ctiMl by our lniimigur iu
Calirornia ; and as wis buy
tlit bunt, a word to the wine
I in sullicient. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Oj'KIck: Corner Queen
and Nuuanu streets. Hotb
AVahkiiol'sk : King street
near O. It & L. Co.'s Depot.
Both Telephones 5!J.
rpilBKKOL'LAIt ASNTAI. MBBrlNO
1. of Urn Stockholder of tilt iNTtK
IliM.MI STKAM NVMrON till., ll.'ll', will
Im lu-lil at tlm tillli-K of thu Company, on
TIBSDAY. Murch U. IMM, ut IU o'clock
. m. W. II. M. 1.K.VN,
rPHK 1'lM'll.SOK KAWAIAIIAOSKMI
1 nary will ni'c a t'oiirttrt tlm Kvunini:
of Miirrh ikl. 'I liu prid'cmU to Im um-iI t
piKC'liiiM1 a I'iiiiio for thu Si'IiiiiiI, Ailml
Mull, .Ml (Ynih. Tlukuli for Mild Iiy lien
huh, hnillli A ., null' A' CiMiku, .1. T.
Wuti'rlieiiiu. Binllh, Iuwuro A I'ooke uiul
lluwullun Nr On. mil-lit
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A MKni'INO 'it-' UIK STOCK
liolilttritnf tlm ll.ti i ih ''Kit limn Co.,
(I.M), linl'l IVIuimn il li l.llio fullnuliiK
Olllei-rc with i-li-i'ti'il for tlm uiimiIiik jmr:
11. It. ItollMcr
W. O. Lui-kliiml.
J. W. Wlutor
II. A. I'arint'li-ii
W I.N T Kit,
HONOLULU IKON WOKKS CO.
of Thin II. I.ivli" A in
OUIi-iTn ttfri'HiTtnil fur tin1
V t'lllllllllllV, Itfllll till- I til , lit tllUOllll'l'S
, inn ioiiowiiik
An tit r
Tlii'o. II. Diivli-s,
.. K. .M Swuiuy,
W. II. llulM,
K. W. Iliililnwortli,
T. It Kin worth
Saturday, Feb. S4, 1894.
A cent a pound duty on
sugar seems to have come
closer than a possibility and
reached a probability. Ha
waii will benefit by this action
to an extent that will extend
the smile on everyone's coun
tenance. Should it io the
other way there will be long
faces and few smiles. This is
one of the disadvantages of a
locality where nearly every
thing depends upon a single
industry. Hawaii is not alone
in this respect. Take any of
the mining towns in the United
States; directly a lead peters
out the place is deserted.
Twenty-five or thirty years
ago one of the most thriving
towns in Colorado was Kit
Carson; it was the distributing
point for all of southern Colo
rado and New Mexico, outfits
were formed there and pro
duce for the mining towns in
the lower country was largely
purchased there; everyone was
prosperous and houses went
up like mushrooms; then the
railroad built a line to La
Junta in the south and Kit
Carson as a mercantile town
was reduced to a pile of empty
tins and a water tank while La
junta jumped into prominence.
Kit Carson had but one source
to wealth, or if it had others
they were not developed.
While Hawaii is not in the
identical position of this f.ided-from-view
town there is a simi
larity. This country has un
developed sources of revenue
but legislation in the past has
been "agin it." The thousands
of acres of valuable and unim
proved land should be opened
up for settlement; let the coun
try be opened up to the small
farmer. There was a time
when the Island of Maui fur
nished potatoes to California,
now we look to California and
New Zealand for plain every
day "spuds." There is no rea
son why this change should
have taken place. Maui exists
to-day in the same locality as
when California reached its
hand out to gather in our pro
duce. If Maui is not big
enough to raise potatoes for
the inhabitants of the Hawaiian
Islands, what is the matter with
enlisting the services of Ha
waii and Oahu? When the
idle lands are opened for set
tlement perhaps a change will
come and when it does what a
boom there will be in the Jones
locked fence, livery man who
has a ten acre lot will want to
fence it and do it well, the only
way to do this is to adopt this
style fencing. The man who
economizes at the beginning
will be accustomed to it when
prosperity smiles upon him and
he will grow rich with age. A
fence that will last a life time
is what every man who owns
an acre of land should have,
and there is no other fence in
the world that will last as long
as the Jones locked fence.
Harnum used to say, "keep
yuur eye uu uuy uuu uuic.
We tell you to keep your eye
on the price. Six cnts each
for stays and fifteen cents a
pound for the washers. Your
stays are placed six or eight
feet apart and your wooden
posts from thirty to fifty.
We have received by the
"Australia" an invoice of iron
stoves so that we are now able
to fill all back orders. The
Pansy is a world beater in iron
stoves and gives satisfaction in
every kitchen it enters. This
make is not only well-finished
and a good baker but it is
cheap in price. We've never
had a complaint yet and the
last stoves are as perfect in
every respect as the first. If
you want a cheap stove come
to us and get a lJansy.
In high grade ranges we
make the Fischer a leader.
We do not believe there is a
steel range made that will use
as little fuel or heat up as
quickly as this make; we hear
tins from everyone who has
used it and the users are the
best advertisements we can
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms a daralile and elastic, tiot a brit
Ketalns Its gloss longer than any other
Keslt the action of acids and alkalies
better thau any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surfaie, suitable for floors, steps, etc.
Mlies readily with pigments ground In
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improve the
working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and It will
greatly Improve the lltineed.
Cam be thinned with tnrentltie.
lly ai'ltial tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, l the best paint oil ever uinn
ufiiutttrrd. Direotion for Use.
Ui-o l.ucoi. in every respect in the
mime mutiiier as you would linseed
oil, with the slnulo execution Unit you
limy mid fully onc-ipmrler more l.u
coi. to tho ciime quantity of pigment
thitii you would of linseed.
In using metallic. Venetian red, the
ochres, ami oilier dry tiliMiienU), it is
advisable to mix up the iiititil ut least
one dny before it is to lie Used, then
itthl a third more Li'COL uiul the paint
wih ho found to cover well it nil have
a good gloss.
NCVEK UHE J A PANS.
Where hurt! surfaces such us Hours,
steps, etc., are tctiuircd use litharge
only, never use Jupuus.
I.UUOI. M1XEH WITH VAR
NISHES and itnnihtK their working mill im
prover their appearance hut tiiky
SIIOtIM) UK ItSKI) HAMK DAY TIIKY AUK
MiXKli, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may ho precipitated or the mix
The addition of from Ui i tif l.u
coi. to vitruishes docn uol reduce their
lu -Ire nor retard their Inmlcninc, and
ilryinc. and it prevents their cracking.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Port St Hotel Street.
I BEG TO INFORM 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,
Boys1 Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant AHBortmcnt of Colors at 20 Centu Each.
JiiMt liuci'ivt'd by last "Australia" a Largo Stock of
To bo Bold for onk wkkk only at 10c, 12c, 14c. and 16$o.
por yard. Goods worth 25c. a yard.
7i n ihTii
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
S50 PIECES . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 cents.
S. H! 3H 3R. X-j X CJ HE ,
Conor Fort aii Hotel Sts., .... Hoaololo, H. I.
ASI'KI'IAI. M1IUAIIY IB NOW OI'KN
tn Stmlunty on TUKtiDAY, THUMB
HAY uml BATtlltDAYof fch week, from
'1 to 1 1'. m., ti thu kcciiihI lloorof the Tni.
tcr lllouk, Nuuumi Htruut, ovur Uivejoy'
Hlnrc. KntrniK'O liv thu bcouml ilour, on the
hum IvuiIIiik to thu buuk purt of thu Hono
lulu round ry.
tmr In r!ioni to iniiimroiM rtiiuexti,
n trlul A 1 UOI.AHBOKTHKOcoYHY,
nun uvciiIiik n week, (rue of rliurK?. will be
hinrtiil In tint Library linll, iih i-ooii u
twenty inlli"Mons luivu bevn recclvetl. In
twiilinn HtiulcntH, lrtuc notify the l.lbra
tlun. Uf Itixikri lent out to responxlble pur
tluo In Honolulu, niul when pcuutlcalile. to
ruiildentH uf the other IrhiniK UT-Mm
The Drug Business heretofore carried by Hol
listcr & Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the . . ....
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
Having the largest and most complete stock iu
our line, we are prepared to off iv our customers
the best goods at the lowest prices.
HiivIiik sold our Kntlre Block to
Messrs. Hoke & zur Oeweste
Our Stock will be folil out at greatly re
iluceil price till March :ilxt next when
"K M411.K." will censu huilnetiti anil be
Hiiciecilcil by the aliove llriu.
MRS. 6. E. BOARDHAN
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
5B3 irort St.roet, Honolulu, H. T.
Rigger and Stevedore,
FB1IMATKS AND CONTKACT8 ON
ALL KINDS OK WOltK.
The Schr. " MAIIIMAHI
Will run ri'Kiilurly between thltt portnuil
WiiliUiiu, Kuwalhnpat. Moknlela, Kenwe
mil mill I'liulkl on the Ixlund of wuhu.
Tor Freight, etc., upply to the Captain.
(IU lixpilre t otllcu of J S. Walker,
over Mpn'okeU' llauk, Kort Htreul. 167-tf
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Honolulu, I'll) IU, I Ml I. ID'MKMW
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoilte bpreckeli' lllouk,
307 POUT STRlflKT.
ll AT Tit AIT K PAST U KB
Luiiil huloiiL'lliK to thu 1.1-
lllin i uiiun. l I.UJIU, iivvruet-ii,
Hltiiiitcil in l'alolo Valley unit
conlalnliiL' IIKI acrua. more or
linn for 11 term of years; the laud U en
closed liv a Mihstaiitlal fence. I'or parti
culars upply to h. A. 8UIIAKI'V.K.
Or. J. r ton.iiniN. ittH-lw
REAL ESTATE FOR' SALE.
7 VAI.UAIil.K I'lKUKH OK
I improved Property, located
In dlllerent l'arl of the City of
Honolulu; all liaryalim, Apply
fur full imrtlculurs tu
I llltlMJK ,t A. J. OAltTWKKIUT.
I .1. Dltt'MMONDOI'llAMOA.MAtn,
t) wlaheHiill clalinx dualliM him to be
laHH Br ft M
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Single l'ieees and Hete.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Flue Spring, Hulr Wool, Muxx anil Htraw Mattreibea.
I'lI.IXIWH OF MVK OKKSK FKAT1IKKH AND 8U.K KI.OS8.
Latest ImproTements Id Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Variety of Bab; Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and High Cbalrs.
Our Cablnet-MakliiK Workshop Is Buperfor in Men unit Materlul,
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