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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
riR.1T PA (IE.
Thp Proposed Antl-Chltiixe Law, by
' Liberty "-.orr.
The Loyal Citizen-editorial.
"A Violent Act," editorial.
Sevens' "Hrlghtest and Best," by "One
oi Htevcnv ixw i niiev coir
Open Letter to Marshal Hitchcock, by
Local and (leneral Items.
111 Work Another Term.
Alleged Error In Tax lteeelpt.
Matter In the Army.
IjisI Sud Tributes.
Hare Feat of Minlc.
Nntionil Uand Concert.
Sale of Stamp.
The Provisional l'rophets, by Kiimu
SJu giuhj guUciln.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Kutablhhrd for the lienefit of All.
FRIDAY, MAIICH 2, 184.
Much uufavorablo comment Is
heard on the fixing of a tnusicale in
a private, houso for the night of a
concert by visiting artistes who havo
given Honolulu a season of high
class music such as it mdiloui re
ceives. What makos the matter
seem more odious is that it involves
the offense of ingratitude 011 the
part of the particular circle that
held the musicale. That circle is
intimately connected with Kawaia
hao Church and Seminary, and, it
will bo remembered, the Misses Albu
oou after arrival generously sang
in the church for the benefit of the
seminary. All the return they got
for this kiuduess is apparently deli
berate injury in gottiug up a private
uvuut that prevents many music
lovers from attending their last con
THE LOYAL CITIZEN.
The "loyal citizen" of the leagues
and clubs supporting the Provisional
Government is au individual who is
sworn to uphold government by a
small minority. He is mostly n
straugoraud foreigner whoso name
is not found iu the lists of voters or
taxpayers. He may havo been a
convicted thief or other criminal,
who by the law of the laud has for
feited civil right; but the exigencies
of the revolutionists set the law
asido, and exalt the convict to the
pedestal of a party politician and
committeeman iu receipt of pay as a
special policeman. The ''loyal citi
zen" is largely a nomad, who has
drifted here from tho Pacific Coast
on the encouragement given him by
the P. G. Consul at San Francisco
of obtaining govornmont employ
ment. Tho "loyal citizen" Cuds his
entrance to his political rendezvous
by a secret password aud there under
oath formulates plans for the gov
ernment of tho country, and by
which ho becomes tho sworn onomy
of every ouo who is by birth or
adoption a legalized citizen, and
"loyal" to tho iudopoudouco and
orderly constitutional government
of the country. No doubt the next
Itopublicau administration, which
wo are promised will take a sound
interest in our atTuirs, will formulate
a constitutional amendment giving
tho "loyal citizen" a legal standing
iu every stato or kingdom where he
cau start a revolution. Until the
arrival of that golden epoch for
tramps aud cut-throats aud merco
mury thugs, wo shaH, in the name of
all that stands for good order, pro
test against tho usurpation of tho
rights of citizenship which the
party of uu-Amoricau ideas aud
practices at present iu power aro
" A VIOLENT ACT. "
In an able roviow of Attorney-
General Smith's auti-Chiueso bill, a
correspondent iu this issue asks
"what is to prevent tho P. G. Coun
cils from passing a law imprisoning
every person refusing to take au
oath to support them or to tako up
a gnu to protect them, aud confis
cating their property, aud then
merely tagging an extra soution to
it to abolish 'all constitutional pro
visions aud principles' which con
flict with tho outragoous schomo."
When this was indited tho writer of
it was not aware that Attornoy-Gon-oral
Smith had a bill prepared to
introduce iu tho P. G. Councils,
which is almost identical iu effect
with tho suppositional legislation
against which ho raises a warning in
advance from tho example of the
auti-Chiueso bill. There is tagged
upon this now political inquisition
bill of tho Attorney-General a clause,
abolishing ovory provision of tho
Constitution which might invali
date any provision of the proposed
enactment. Iiosidos, the bill con
tains provisions to deprive por
sons accused under it of the
Magna Chnrta rights of trial In
jury and protection of habeas cor
pus It is doubtful if Russia or
oven Turkey can furnish a more out
rageous attempt upon the liberty of
tho subject than this bill presented
in cold blood by tho Attorney Gen
eral. Mr. Damon, himself, although
tho champion of a uocrot society that
may as soon plot against tho Gov
ernment as against its enemies,
spraug to his foot on hearing his col
league's bill read and deuouueed it
as "a violent act." Truly it is a vio
lent act, which could only omauato
from tho conceptions of cowardly
tyrants. It gives an accused person
no bettor show for liberty than the
old laws against witchcraft, tinder
which au old woman would bo
thrown into the water, when, if she
sank and was drowned, she was pro
nounced innocent, and, if she lloated,
she was pronounced guilty and
tisucu out to ue mimed alive, l tutor i
Inquisitor-General Smith's proposed
law a person accused of "lawless in
tentions" has tho burden laid upon
him of proving that ho has not such
intentions. Thon no doubt tho Inquisitor-General
would assume the
convenient "discretion" of proscrib
ing as proof of innocence that the
accused shall tako tho oath of alle
giance to the Provisional Goeru-
meut and enroll himself as one
of its armed supporters and defend
ers. Tho provision for dealing
with a person who can furnish
evidence thai ho is not "a dangerous
person," but cauuo't quite convince
the judge that he should not be put
under restraint for public protec
tion, cau be called nothing better
than a diabolical contrivance for
political persecution of peaceable
people who cannot be charged with
anything worse than a lack of confi
dence iu, or respect for, the ruling
oligarchy. It would be a light mat
ter if it was mere stupidity which
presumed that one who cannot bo
proved a dangerous person may yet
be "placed under restraint for public
protect ion." Hut the pnnision is
neither moio nor less than one to
enable the Attorney-General, when
he cannot make good the informa
tion of his disreputable spies, to
persecute opponents of the Provi
sional Government who never had
any idea of joining in overt acts,
oven to the extent of couuVntliig
their property, as is really involved
iu tho power given to the judge to
put the accused under bonds. The
Attornoy-General would do himself
inorecrettit if he set himelf to tho
task of reforming tho ntliiiiu'strntlw
work of his olllce, instead of engag
ing iu fantastic attempts at legisla
tion that will disgrace the Provi
sional Government iu the eyes of all
Mortuary Report for February, 1804.
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il'iluot IMillii'ys I i t-riiiuiiit
l'Vvcr ' . " i l'liciiinoulii
i oMiMimiw: monthly Mniiru.iii.
1 Old Auc.
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Saturday, Feb. 84, 1HU-
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 go the
other way there will be long
faces and few smiles. This is
one. of the disadvantages of a
locality where nearly every
thing deoends upon a sinele
. it Inlliti'iu:!.... . ! . , .. ..' . . t
i ' Kiiir Wound. ... i industry Hawaii is not alone
! I A1.1'"'"" -. in tbic rpcn'irt TnltR aiW 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 uoioraao was is.ii
Carson; it was the distributing
I lent li..
,,,,.,,,...-. IMIMWL. 'were formc(j there an(j
.Milium ui'iiin rim- in'r iw iht iiiihuii. ...,:' . , ,
iiatMtiiiiiK ... :ii.o (luce for the mining towns in
!. JL. .'..A. -l L- point for all of southern Colo-
: rado and New Mexico, outfits
('. II. I!i:ymii.ii,
Aci'iit I'l'iird of tlt-ull It.
Lifo Is Misery
To tunny oeoplo who have the tniut
of Hcrofula in their blood. The ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
sores and other manifestations of
tliis disease aro beyond description.
There is no other remedy equal to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula,
salt rheum and every form of blood
disease. It is reasonably sure to
benefit, all who give it a fair trial.
IloodV Pills euro all liver ills.
Btovont' "Brightest aud Bust."
Patriot V letter iu yesterday's U'tio
of your paper throws considerable
light on the rotten Mate of affairs
which now prevail.. With your per
mission I annex a list of miiiih of the
promiiii'iit P. (i.V, showing how they
die for their country:
ri li. IKilu $r.',um 'fr ntinuin
I. A. Klnu .
W. O rf until
P. I'. June i
lino. r. I'ortt-r-..
S. M. Hamuli I
1". M. Ihinli.
llmirv K. t'ooi"r .
J. II. .opi-r
J. 11. biiHr's i"ii n nt Hun
It. J. (Irvviie with frit
Iiuidk. etc . .
W. (1. Aidiley-
n Mnr-liul . ...
u IUi;l-trur of Ac-
V. K. i-tlo, liU liroihir.
J. It Cii'Ht- . .
Hnir.N WiitrrlioiiM.', hi-
clurk. Jonu. Slmw
B. I). Ti'iinoy (f. .V i'.,
hit I'krls, W. . Wm
dull uboilt. . ...
V. Ilollc, lit clerk, Abrn
hum (liirtunburK ("
Inmihus, I'le . ...
W. W. Hull, ijimrti-r-mutU'r
W. I). AleXilllder
u Hii'veyur-lii'iiural or
ttllll XIIL'IIeS. MIV
(ruilulied ill fuvor of
lili eoili'lli'Huhilin) .
U A. ThurMiin
ulry anil iillonnnrn
J. W. Join', horthii'l
rvportcr, nlary und ill-lowumr-
frro In- die us mili
W. l Wlldur
lil mii, I'. T. Wilder.
( Ollrlll (Wltll UIIOU-
lilt sou, V. i Ylinur
(Vuluiui'i'r with free
his sou. O. K. Wilder,
l.'O" js'r itiiiiiini
I,mi jivr iiiimim
I,mki Hir miniiiu
I.IOI XT Mlllllllll
L'..'iOi kt iitnmiii
I.iiiio er iiuiium
:i,(.) k.t aiiiimti
I, '.MO per milium
1,SUU HT Utllllllll
;i,i U ht iinnuui
3,M)0 per uiiiiiliu
D.iiijo i er uiiuuui
'.',,'iun per milium
(.mm kt uuiiiim
J,''. KJ KT lltllli.tll
l.KHJ per UIIUUUI
liinn pet milium
-',Oi.iu jiur uiiuuui
2JM pur iiiiiiiiin
a.Toii per iiiiiiuiii
."i,iOi per milium
,'),imi per iiiiiiuiii
.'i,ihiu er minum
1,'JlXi ht iiiinuiti
.1,1.1110 per niiiiiiin
l.'.tio p'r iiiiiiuiii
We hnve just reocivnl nn
other enro of liny :nnl CJraiii
byllu "Innjriirl." pfi-soiisilly
si'leelud by ur nnuincr in
Cnlifoniin : nml n.s we buy
the lit'.st. n word to tin wLm
is siillicieiit. I'nunpt d'liv'i'y.
Caliloruia Facd Co.
Oi'Kici:: Cnniri' Qiiet-n
und Xiiunnti sticets. Both
iii-ar O. U. iV: L. Co.' Depot.
Doth Telephones ":.
TUK I'l'I'MOI.' KAWAlAUAHSkMI.
I i.nrv ulll i-lve 11 r.illierl the Kvellllll!
of MnriliiUI. 'lhi pHM-ei'd. 1 ha lIM'd to
piireluiM' u llaiiii for llie m'IuuiI. AiIiiiI
Inn. o Tent", 'llekel- for -iili' by Itun-
uii, Smith V l'i., i iii l' A I iHiku, J. I.
Wiiterbuu-u. Hiullb, Luwers A I'ouke mid
lluwiillmi New O.. 111 t
rplir. It Kill: I.Alt ANNUM. MKUl'INH
X of Ihii htoeUholder of lite INTHI
ll.Mi Sn M NM..iriMN ri..(l.'d', will
lie held ill Hi" llllli't' of l''e I'l'iup.lliN , Oil
'niHAV, Maii'li ii. I'H. nt lOoVlmli
. m. W. II. .Mi l KAN,
I SI'Mlt'Ill OH' TltYI'iiTS. WXTKIt
1 I'lt-ks l.rnit iMiimd ftl ii.illoiis enehl,
l 'oral Itoi In, In ipimitllleii to suit, deliwreil
one mile fnou the l'o-l Olllee tit T. cents
inr loml. Apin to
1. ii. Ho. i, nmi-im
his neiiliew, A. Wilder
(shortliund mid tpe
Iu addition to the above nimicb
may be added ,1. Kuuiii'lutli, J. A.
McUaudless, F. Wilhelm, l W. Me
Cht'snoy, Theo. P. Lansing, lid.
Sulir, John Nott, J. C. .Meudoiiea,
V. V, Allen who have, either them
selves or tho business firms they are
connected with, swallowed up the
lion's share of all moneys spent by
the government since J miliary, 1 81)3.
It is no wonder then that the above
geiitry exclaim, ihtlve rt ilmirinii rl,
wiri pro jmlrin.
One or .Sthvuns' Low Wuiti.s.
- - -
Open Luttor to Maruhul Hitchcock.
Sir, From certain iinniistaltnble
eviilonces which aro proof iositio,
there nre men in your einiloy pre
sumably as detectives, but wlidio in
ability aud gross incompetency give
their entire game away. Their de
meanor is Much that, far from boiuu'
unseen nud tiiikuowu, although
dlrnnimrd I llltl 1,1k I llltl' firil illrft till.
means for throwing light on the l" IHHwoiii Vuriirtif. un.l Uut IMuetns.
whole game of couliiletice. Uun case
has come directly under my notice, i
and iu such a manner that all argu
ment to the contrary is of no avail.
May this be a word of warning to
all, and may I iu conclusion ask why
the public money cannot be paid to
detectives ami spies worthy of their
hire aud not to arrant fool.
Mit. Ml-'IK' r.l'lIDNKh-llHl. i:i.
l. u. iio. :iii.
111 KING STUliliT.
HAVE JUST ItUChllVHD
Per ft. b. "IkTitllle " I lee till.
- t. la no I' Vlt III 'It -
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
COTTON CUE PES
tliii 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 faded-
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 Tor settlement; let the coun
try be opened up to the small
farmer. There was a time
when the Island of Maui Itir
nishc.d 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 us
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
st)le fencing. The man who
economizes at tne oeginnmg
will be accustomed to it when
prosperity smiles upon him and
lie 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.
Barn urn used to say, "keep
your eye on day and date."
We tell you to keep your eye
on the price. Six cents 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
I'ansy 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
everv resnect as the first. If
you want a cheap stove come
to us and get a Pansy.
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
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly nolld liedde of twenty
Forms n (tumult mid ela.ttc, not u brit
Kutiiltis Its Hi"' lotiL'cr thnti any other
Holfts the notion of ae.lds and alkalies
better than nny other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without ran
nln(! and epmul well.
With the addition of l.ltlmre, yields a
hard Mirfnce, mittitlih' for lloor-t, stepi, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil In pnte form.
Urhifis out the renl shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to vnrnl-di crently Improves the
working of the varnish.
Doc not darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
lteqillres one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be milled to llneed oil and It will
greatly Improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with tnricntlne.
By actual ty.its, has outlasted the best
Therefore, l the lieit paint ell ever manufactured.
Corner Fort Ss Hotel Streota.
Direction for Use.
Uiu l.mn. in i-vt-ry rcnincl in tin
mine ninti.irr ne yuu wuiiltl HiikitiI
oil, with tlii'iltij!luixroptiiii ili.u ym
nmy mill fully nni"iiiiirlur ninro l.r
coii to tin1 funic iiimiliiy of pigment
tlimi ymi would of liiiMVil.
In iii-liit; ineliillie. Venetian red, lliu
ocliruf, nnil oilier tlry piyiiientf, it U
iidvixulik' to mix up tlm paint nt leu ft
onu liny before it if tn In' need. Iliun
itiltl u lliitil mine l.t't'oi. anil tin p lint
will lie fotiml to fuvor well unit Iu ve
il good :lo-t.
N'KVtill USK JAPAN'S.
Wliere Imrtl MirfiUTi fiicli n lloorn,
utopa, utc, me rennintl iw litli trgu
nnly, never tire .tupiiin.
LUC01. MIXKS WITH VAK
NISIIKS mill inoiii'tn llieit working und im
proves tlteir iippeiirnnee lil'T tiiky
hiioi'Mi hi: ihi:i camk iay tiiky aiik
MIXKIi, ollterwii-e tlm nuin of llie vur-nii-li
limy lie preeipilnleil or tlio mix
The itililiiioti of from J to of l.U
col. to xnriiirlii'i' doer not redino tlioir
In ire nor reliinl tlieii li.iiileuiiif, und
ilrying nml it pnveiilr their cracking
I BEG TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERT WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
- BIG INDUCEMENTS
Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF PASII10X."
... I AM OFFEKIXQ NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
I2U'guut AnHortini'iit of Color at 20 CVitts Etu h.
JtiKt HencivL'd by last "Aimlralin" a Largo Slook of
To bu bold for onk wkkk oxi.y at 10c. , 12.e., Me. and lliic.
per yard. Good) worth 25c. a yard.
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 7f cents.
S . JEl KC IF. X-j X CZ !X ,
Cornur Fort and Hotel Sts., .... iionoluln, H. I.
III II I II II 1 1
llJl VI lllill 111 w w
Agents tor the Hawaiian Islands
Curncr lluiil mid Ninintni Si.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Itecolwd K-r S. 8. "Occiinle"
Silk Dress Goods,
I .if Her' mid UeiiU'allk 1 lninlk-rclilofr,
Oexits' eilk. Bliirts
With ruiir-lii-liiiiid Tlv to niatult.
Wlnd-or Mlk SoiirN, extra liniu; IjuIU-h'
und Otitis' Mlk S.lnliuh, ull Bliililer;
JapanoBO Cropo of All Colore,
(Jelitluini'li'n .lmmtH'-e t'ri'ii" rililrl intuit)
III Yokiiliiiinil frfivt lit.
I.nilliii,' und lli'iil"' l'liio rilru-.v Hut,
Juiai'- Clilim IVa 't,
Juiiuiu'Mi Mi'Kur 1'nt",
UkIIi'k' Silk CIiiiiiiNp,
IIiiihImiiiiu Hilk ijullt-i, Ktc.
Tin- II'M I'm id for InfuiitN.
W Itnvu 11 lurnt' itHnrtiiiii'tt of
Wlili'li WMolluriit Very Iti'ti-oiiulilu I'rli-oit.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
- - n
The Drug Business heretofore carried by Ilol
lister & Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the ......
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
Having the largest and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to off sr our customers
the best goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
663 TF'ort. envrt., - - - Honohilu, K. I.
SlIIIITt", till.K HANIKi:Uillir.KS,
l'lllll KI.AIN Ti:.VlvTS,
r.tr., Ktf., i.ti.. i.n.
Low Prioes !
niuckiy as tins mane; we near
this from everyone who has
used it and the users are the
best advertisements we can
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0Miiilte Hirpflkel' Block,
!M)7 FOKT STREET.
wu.i, covku ti:n makks at
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
FI1I10RM FOR SALE!
Til OS. W. GAY,
WI7 'J ni-.') hi Milliliter,
llnud I'ui'tiii'iim' In tlio tiioiilli uryt'iir. All
lluri' will li''M'll-looki'diifttir
und kit In i.idilii'ki.
TIIK hi Ml Mill llltl ll IKnTriMI Ml M.I ID.N
" nsrxj t grove;
liiiL'urd J:T.' Ill llonulillll,
Will inttkf Iik i-iiikiii ut till- Itiiiioh until
Jul) l, iMti. li;ii.MS,$:!i).
Di.m lill'lliiM I'liitli'd tS-tl. blood liny, 10
liuiidi lilitlt nml ui'lijlit I Hill xiiiihN.
I'l I'l'iil i.i II) "ilrif-Vi'iiur," lii "Ad
iii1nlxtriit.tr." In "ll)nlik'n iliiiiilltniiluii
ID." I). mi by "Siiiliioitd," lii'tird Jl).
MW I'ur ftirtlii'r inrili'tilur tipl) to
J. I' MKNimNOA, Kiniuulii', or,
C, IIOl.Ti:. Iloimllllii.
TKI.KI'HONK lltl 1'. 0. IIOX T,'i
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Butler
g0- ALWAYS ON HAND &
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
tWf All On Ifii' fiiltlifnlly titti'iid tn. StilNfiiL'tluii initir.intfcd. Muinl Ordfru
itillolti'd and iucltod ivlllt rare.
Lincoln Block, 1Ci.no Stiiekt, Bet. Foiit and Alakua Stiikcts.
UOTH TKl.KI'HONKS '-'IU
I'. O. IIOX V5I7
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111 FOKT STREET
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Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Eresh Goods by Evory California Stoainor.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
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II E. MclNTYIiE c: BltO.,
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Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
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