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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
rtRKT PA (IK.
Honest American View.
The Shnineles-i l-'riciiil editorial.
For Btnnin Fiends editorial.
An Old Derelict.
Local ninl General Item.
Went Sninh on the Keel.
Smallpox on Hoard.
Dole's Despleflhlo Falsehood.
Dole's l.nme Reply.
TZt JiuUi fluUrtin.
I'lrdatd to nrilhrr Sect nor Party,
But Estahlhhfd for the litnrfit of All.
tho Frioiul gravoly calls for n sus
pension of jmlyitiont on tin? matter,
saying, "It has bocotno woll awr
taiuL'tl, as tlioy eonsiilur, by llio
authorities, that Sansomo's battalion
of Canadian votorans are now nctu-
An Old Dorolict
Tlio Central Nmvs (Kinland) wiva:
Advices havo been received at I'ly
montli of tin) arrival at Ualvotjon
(.Texas) of tho Norwegian bark Klsa
Amlurson, having in low iin nun oi
an linirhsli-biiilt brij? which is ttii-
giwallM girtwm ft L'i w H Y LDCOL
allv in Honolulu, uxtwctinit at a von i,u(l to hav boon burned at soa
oarlydato to make an attempt to morn than SiO years apt, and which
..o.,tnr tl,., iriMi(ivi UnililiiiLr" appoarod on tho surface, or Hie
capture, ho Lsoiutuo JSmUliiifc. . nflt,r n uimmriiif tlitiirbaiitfo
SATURDAY, MAKCH , 1MI1.
This oveuing's Star will probably
couik out screaming because its edi
tor has been put above the law.
There wore fivo prima facie cases of
criminal libel against him, but he is
not held to justify tho libels or take
the consequences. To what are
things coming, when tho protection
of law is withheld from political op
ponents of the Government?
In this issue several articles ap
pear from papers on tho Pacific
Coast, comtuontiug severely on tho
attitude President Dole has assum
ed toward the fulled States. Those
expressions of genuine American
public opinion, free from tho pirati
cal spirit of jingoism, are evidence
of the falseness of representations
sedulously promoted bore, that the
people of tho United States are,
practically speaking, universally
backing tho position of tho Pro
visional Government. One of the
papers quoted uses epithets toward
President Dole which could not bo
printed in any but a free country.
FOB 8TAMP FIENDS.
As it is reported that there has
boon a considerable run ou the Post
Ollico for tho now P. G. five-cent
stamp on account of tho value of the
stamp not being fully expressed, Ik
yond tho figure "5" printed at the
two lower corners, it may bo as well
to allay tho excitement among our
local philatelists by pointing out
that it is far from uncommon for
issues of postage stamps not to boar
cm their face tho money value of
same. Amongst others, tho follow
ing countries havo stamps of this
description in constant use, viz.:
Aujouan, Auiiam and Tonkin, Diego
Suarez, Dutch Indies, Egypt (olli
cial), Franco, Guadeloupe, 13arba
does, Trinidad, Switzerland. When
ever any country within the Postal
Union issues fresh stamps, it is the
practice to send a sample sot to each
country within said Postal Conven
tion, and so loug as tho postal
authorities iu each country know
for instance that a red stamp bear
ing a figure "Ii" ou its face is a five
cent stamp, that is all that is neces
sary for Postal Union purposes.
People who mav wonder at a month
ly periodical, that is supposed to
give only well-matured and sifted
intelligence, should reproduce sensa
tional fakes such as tho foregoing,
must remomtier that tho editor of
tho Friend is also correspondent of
some nowsdealiiig combination sup
plying home ami foreign news to
subscribing daily papers in the
States. If iu that capacity ho did
not keep up his stroke with bin
many competitor in the same
line here, by furnishing senational
stuff with his news to make it "go,"
tho editor of the Friend would soon
find that branch of his occupation
gone. Tho two articles in question,
just as they stand, will bring the
editor about i'2 when consigned to
his employers abroad. A "batta
lion!" There have been a few honest'
mechanics arrived here from Hritish
Columbia lately, who, tired of scour
ing the whole Pacific Coast for work
that could not be got, seized the
opportunity of the direct steamer
line to Honolulu for exploiting the
chances of peaceful employment
here. One or two of tliem wore in
tho volunteer militia who put down
tho Kiel rebellion, and one at leat,
who worked iu the Union Iron
Works. San Francisco, wears a medal
for good service in Hgypt a a llri
off tho Faroe ManiU. The hull of
thin mI range derelict wa covered
with sea shells, but the hold and
under docks oontaincd very little
water. In tho captain's berth wore
found several iron-bound chests, the
contents of which had been reduced
to pulp excepting a leather bag,
which required an axe to open n
Saturday, Feb. 24, ISUJ.
A cent a pound duty on
sugar sejcms to have come
oloser 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
it i-.iirt triiimmu 1 11. .rilli ll.-lti ISll-.l
ami worth over jjI.ikki. Them were , one of the disadvantages of a
aNoM.veral watchoaud a-toinaoher ocaity where nearly every-
of pearls blackened and rendered I .. ' , , ' :
valueless by the action of tho water. ' thing depends upon a single
Three skeleton woreal'n found, one , industry 1 lawaii IS not alone
of a man nearly seven feet high. I ... ti.js r.sfjcct. Take any of
Catarrh in tho Head
Is undoubtedly a disease of tho
blood, and as" such only a reliable
blood purifier can effect a perfect
and permanent euro. Hood's Sar
"aparilla is the be.t blood purifier,
and it has cured many very severe
eases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times leads to consumption. Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla beioro it is too
Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, easily and
We have just recrived an-
or good service ,,, r.gypi as a r, . , ,. , -,
ish regular. Another newly arrived ,l"v' '
Canadian, who lately presented his
otrd at this olllce, isa near relative
of the Anglican Dishop of Montreal,
by tlu- "Irmgiird." pereonully
seli-Hod by our msiiiiitfur in
the mininrr 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 lamely
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
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oil iu paste form.
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lly actual toils, has outlasted the best
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tin- litvoi, iii oery respect In the
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oil, wilti lie- single exception tlnuyoti
niuy mid fully ono-iiiiricr more I.f
col. to the same ipiaiility of pigment
than you would of liu-eed.
In using incliillic. Vciietliin red, the
ochrcs, and oilier (by piyinuiis, it is
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iiue (lay licfotc it is to he used, tin u
add a thiol more I. rent, and the p.tiul
uih be found In cover well and have
it good uios
TEMPLE OF F
Oornar F-ort 8c Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
BIG INDUCEMENTS 6
and has brought his wife, lie wants California : tuul us. wo buy uhey were not developed. vi-vi-imni.- mvN
.... I nit m t t . . t 1 rll Unl Jl Ai".
to Invest his means hero, and is on ., . , i , (i, , ...:.., While Hawaii IS not 111 the
the lookout to get a bit of land. Of l,IL lK"1, ' ,. identical position of this faded- hcro li.ir.l surface such as ; I ,,r.
such are the few Canadians who is sllilii-ii-l.t. IWipt delivery, i from.view town there is a simi- ffl;i;!.rt,V"Si """
California Feed Co.
and Nitiianu streets.
Wakkiiwl'si: : King street
near O. Ii. A: L. Co.' D'p't-
Kindergarten schools aro main
tained in Honolulu for Chinese, Ha
waiian, Portuguese nud Jnpaueso
children. They aro taught by ac
complished teachers and under the
auspices of tho Woman's Board of
Missions of tho Congregational
Church. Hov. F. W. Damon has
addressed au appeal to the public
through the daily press for support
of these institutions. Iho kinder
garteu isa sort of educational uursory,
where children aro trained from in
fauoy iu intelligence, virtue and
manners. They are amused while
being instructed, great care being
taken not to make lessons irksome
to the baby mind or body. Kiuder
gartous may bo said to bo a timely
moans of preventing boys and girls
from growing up wild. Besides the
appeal of Mr. Damon (which ap
peared iu auother paper before wo
had au opportunity of usiug it).
Harriet Castle Coleman has issued a
fervent circular on tho subject to
hor follow-woinon of Honolulu, stat
ing tho nature aud aims of the
movement and soliciting pledges of
monthly stuns iu its support. It is
no doubt a commendable enterprise
aud if, as its advocates claim, it is to
prove an antidote for tho future
against tho spirit of lawlessness
that now broods anarchy every
where, it ought to bo worth a great
deal to tho state. Had kiudorgartous
cojiio earlier iu Honolulu, perhaps
v.u should have had, instead of revo
lution nud government by an armed
mob, a peaceful and evor-progrossivo
evolution toward the best government.
havo been reported by unprincipled
parasites of the P. t. secret service
as members of an invading force, tin
object of the lying gang being to
show something for the portion
of the taxpayers' money they got
from those who are ruling the coun
try by violence. There is a stroni;
probability, besides, that the Provi
sional Ciovornmeiit has boon only
ttt ....., t. ..nit tvfiln (lit rilwliril
and unfounded scare about Cnun- "" 1 Icll.iif. -.
diau enemies on the ground, so as to
draw attention away from the bitter I
strife raging between organized fac
tions, with decreasing hope of being
composed or compromised, in (he
camp of its own supporters till arm
ed and equipped for phxsical war by
tho Government. Tho very honest
Friend does not give n lino of in
formation upon thin internecine foml,
than which there has never iu tho
history of Hawaii been a situation
more menacing to internal peace. A
writer iu the morning organ of the
P. G. states the significant fact that
iu tlio membership of the most ag
gressive body engaged iu litis in
ternal quarrel and that a secret so
ciety constantly issuing advice or
the quality of commands to the
Government regarding its policy
there is sixty percent of men who
...I i i . .i... .i.... ii...
writer in the morning paper says, , JStOCk Of IhO Walkcpj Sl&ir
aro "in for what they can got out of fJOlfipiny
it " I
' . I . ... ..-.I.t ...... . V...
miiimii iii i criini -ai.-s .hi
larity. This country has un
developed sources of revenue
hut legislation in the past has
Oi-i'ici:: Coiner Queen been "a-jin it." The thousands
I loth of.acres ol valuable anil unim
proved land should be opened
up for settlement; let the conn
try be opened up to the small
farmer. There was a time
i when the Island of Maui fur
1 nished potatoes to California,
! now we look to California and
New Zealand for plain every
day "spuds." There is no rea
son why this chantre should
have taken place. Maui exists
in-day In the sam-j 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
i.mu. mixks wini v a it-
mill assists their working nud improve-
tlicir appearance iii'T iilKV
HIIOIl.ll UK t'SKll S.X.MK HAY TIIKV AUK
MINKIt, olllerwi-o the gum of llic Vur-
uish may lie prccipiintcd or the mix
The inliliiiou of from to of be
oil, to vuiiiishc. dues mil reilm-c their
lu-tre nor retiinl then hunh Hint; mnl
drying mid ii n vuts tliuir crnckln.
Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASIIIOX."
... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flauette Waists
Elegant AHHoitinent of Colors at 20 (Jeiits Each.
.IiiHt Keeeived by last "Australia" a L:ir''e Stuck ol
To be Hold for o.vk wkkk only at 10c., lU-ie., Me. and l(J.c.
pi-r yard. Goods worth li.le. a yard.
. . 250 IFIEOEIS..
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.01) to 7" cents.
Cornor Port and Hotol Sts., .... llouolulu, II. I.
st'll at I'uMIe Auclion, at irj Suli-nwins,
On Saluiday, March 10, 1894,
AT IU O'l'l.lll'K SODS,
Program of tho Eutortaimnunt at
The benefit concert to the Kauai-
ahao Seminary at the Kaxvaialiao
Church this uwuiIiik promises
to bo an onloitaininj,' one, judging
by the following program:
I. Uvpitun- "IH.elem" lli-riinui
-'. I'lierus- -Nlnht sinks n the Winn"
"Over 1'leld and Meadow" .
.. .1 I 'Oil lliOMirii
"Ilu Vim Know lion M.iiiv Stars?"
I'hlldien Kiiuuialiau Seminar.
I. Siilu "fcluruf lU'thlelii'in" Adumt
r. Clii.nis -"I'll ahl m I Viuil". .
II. Violin Solo "Kuniaiiee" ..lean llci kt-r
7. ('lioru or.SiliinliiK Miildi'iiM.,lt. Wuunur
.'is .vi uiid ),
hi'lln: tin- -tone iianieil l'i aM salt to
mtlstv the llii-rif" iiiadu the'eili.
Terms Cash in U. S. Oolil Coin.
rue Mmiiii ainl rraiefirs at cxvn c
of iiitrcliti-. r A duisll id Id n.-reeel id
tie-amnion hid will en ilicdiisfvnlunce
of fii)n laitli.
XjOWISj J. Liovojr,
Al' I lOSI.KIt.
THE SHAMELESS FRIEND.
Withfitudied solemnity the Friend
Hayrt Mr. Davios has been "exonerat
ed" from tho HUHpluiou of having au
agent in UritUh Columbia, enlisting
a military force "for the support of
thu ex-(iieeu." It adds the opinion
that "the alleged agent Sausomu is
probably conducting a fraudulent
proceeding." In a subjoined article
1. Oviirtiiru "lNiiicralilrt'
II. Ch'Tlts " rad'n Souk". W
Kiiw iIiiImii Se'-'lniiry.
i-Wlicro do All tlio D.ill siirow"
J, ' ., Illllllllls
l-'Mirht and Im ' .Kuie lnln
i hlldreu Uawaiahao seminar;.
.'i. riionis "Like I'ua l. linn" l.lkeliU'
Kiiuaiahao seiicn ir.
II. Out from l.uuhi IH liinni rmoor
Mr. and Mrs. Turner.
7. Chorus -"l-'alrvTiiud Wall"
U. . Veaic, Jr.
a risi: .tAi-A.sKrfi; stkamku
Due here on ur ulioul the eiel of Mulch
uiil In .U i iilehul will) Mdisulid
I'.l-si'le els fur tin' ilhnVb
I'uri on or aliout
By LowiH J. Iivoy.
BY viitTi i:i- i)i:iti.i:s maim-: nv
the Hun W. A. W Ilium.'. H st Jildce
..( ii... i'i...iii I'niiri fi.r ilu- I Ir-t I'iriMill
diiivii Keii. i., isii, hii.i .mii ... is'. inn i.. .:.... ,w ..:..o r Mn
lilt III iilllv Itlllniji III l'l ouri. i ciiuaMiij no; nti utto ui -
iiroiiftin ' li-ii- si i -. ei.iii.iali.iint. ) i (V.i,.. When the
awaln-t (leorye . M.i larlan-. .lefeli.liilit W.UI .UUl W.IUU . llt-U I 111.
ninl oi a morec oi i'ie .-uprri, .. ...... .. ,tlU iauus are oneneu tor sei-
.ulil suit dnlcd htpl. I. is .1. liyonl.-r.jl . ' . ...
llenrs Smith. Mn ur ii. f anc. ry, I will t lumCIlt per haps a cltinire Will
come, and when it does what a
boom there will be in the Jones
locked fence. Every 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 fencino;. The man who
economizes at the beginning
will be accustomed to it when
prosperity smiles upon hiiji 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.
IStinum 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 oi 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 trood baker but it is
cheap in price. We've never
had a complaint yet and the
last stoves are as perfect in
o.vitrv resnect as the first. If
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
The Drug Business heretofore earned by Ilol
lister & Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the . . ....
f For l other ii-iriii-nl.ir- ri'KiirdliiK
I'a ajje and l-ri-i3lit, iiii) to
K. OG-URA & CO.,
vi Mir. n of Tir I'iii'-. w ti:ii
For seven yean or more Mrs. W.
I). Louder, of (Juiney, Ky., was sub
ject to severe attacks of cramp colic.
.Mr. h. K. .Morse, a druggist oi mat
i ur i it i i 'm "-. i !. "i ... M...,.
V i'ii i.s i r-.n im.uimi j'iK.iioii.i-iii-hi, you want a cueap siui: tunic
1 Ollll lll'. Ill -piHOl sm.i, ...in. ..... . n. ,.,) n I'TIICV
one mile fr.. in the I'o-t oilu-eut 7-nunts lu l,s anU Uel a l ansy-
i..ri..ud. A..i to ......... I In high grade ranges we
I . . I..l.lS, i r, j, " .
i.eie. I make the rischer a leader.
.,,,"'1J,ll,:!l!i-i1-,J "' "" We do not believe there is a
annual meeting. steel range made that will use
.o liii!.. CiimI i-ir bi:it nn nQ
pliu-e, recommended I'linmliorlaiii's i rpili: Itna'i Ai: .wxi'AI. Mi:i:i.i - . - '"'
Colic, Cholera and Uiarihu-a Hem- 1 ' '"" s'""' ' ,,,r' ."' ! 'f. ,",'1, I (ll"c kl' as l"li make, we Hear
inly, which has ellect.d a permanent ! ,';,' ,;;,';, '; ,;,,)N'.',1f ' t'i... ."ompa..;, .. , this from everyont: who has
cure, saving nor union siiiioiuik no- , j i i.si. v, jian n iu ai in oei.
sides the trouble ami expense of) . m. w, ll. M. ii:s,
sending for a doctor, which win '"-' s.e,.tM.
often necessary. For sale by all ..
dealers. Heuson, Smith Co., I I-OK hai.l
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. !rpni-; fi'iiniti Ui; F hix lui'iM-
m l I ,.,,, . (,.r ll II. I killllM. Illl lllduitt
All kind) uf (AiMiilHiMXI rrinttntl ' M .. t'.rhl "! k.-iiliit I'ljim anil ii
promptly ,r,cud h., mU. , thr I - lrM
liulUtln Oflk: ' '-"- "
FOR, SLE I
The underi ned ollVrs for -ale the follow
IhK llrailtlflll blouk;
TIIK FINK 1IOIIKK -
IMI TIIK rOl.lJlUIMI MAIIKh!
"Angio A.," "Jo-.ii W.,"
"Sally Ulnck" and Colt,
"Yttiii Yum" uuil CjU,
"True IHuu" utid flolt,
fy Full IViliuri-cs of tho ohovu con la
seen nt Or. enlluld Siidili's. where i-rlieuad
lories can ho iirniiiK-i " mill the tluieti.
Greenfield Stables, : Kaplulaoi Part
AV. II. UICKAliD.
KANEOHE HAN Gil
(lood I'a l u race hv the mouth or year. All
Horses will Ii" uulMuoltitt after
and kejil in )i.iddokh.
TUB HTAMMRIi IIIIH' ll;onlH KTM.LION
" 2STXJ T OUR, OVB,"
Iteeord -::i'- iu Honolulu,
Will male 'he hmimiii al thN Uniii-li until
.lill I, Mil. TiatMs, .!.
IHi inriloM 1'oaled I-"1!, hlooil hay, IH
luindN i 1 1 1-1 1 and micht U) iotiuiN.
I'Ki'i' urn. H "(irovenor," hv "Ad-mliil-irut
," hi "UjmIU'ii llamlllouian
in." Kim lv "Sutw id," reeord -'tisJi.
For further iartieiilar apply to
J. I'. MKNIMiM'A Kaueohe.or,
I'. IKIl.Ti;, llouolulu.
II ! Im
Having the largest and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to olT.'r our customers
the best goods at the lowest priees.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
frPJ3 "FVm't. Q'.Tt. - HonoUtlu, TL. 7.
TKi.ia'iioNi-: uu i. o. no.x :itj
IMI'OltTKU AND DKALEIt IN
JROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Hutter aud Island Butler
VT ALWAYS ON HAND Mi
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
ttf All Orders faithfully attend to. hatl-fai-tinn Kiiiiranieed. llaud Orders
olinlti-d and ii.iekud with caru.
Lincoln Block, Kino Ktklkt, Ult. Foiit and Alaska SiriuLTs.
IIOTII TKI.KI'ilON'KS '.'10
1. 0. l!OX '.117
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STKEET.
useil it and the users are the
best advertisements we can
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opponili- HiiritukHli1 lllook,
!1()7 KORT STItlflKT.
HONOLULU XHON WOltKS 00.
t l'nmi.aii. held Ihisday.at theolllees
nl Then ll. PaMe. A '., the following
Dlllruis wi-re eleeied fu- tin- i-iimliui; i-iir(
I'n-l.li'Ut Thio. II. 1 Ll vies,
Vlei-l-renlilelil ... 1-'. M huniu),
Treasurer . W . II, Hair ,
heertar I'.. W. llul.Uw urtli,
An litur T. It Keyuorih.
:. W. IIOl.ll.SWOItTII.
Iliiuolulil, I'M). Ill, InUI, IssJ iiiiuw
Wholesale k Retail (Iroeers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Stoamor.
icio - house - uoous - a - simcciaii'v.
Inlands Oiiuers Solicitld. J0 g,0 Sati.m action liiuiu.vrKEti.
- i. o. nox t tr
ll. E. McINTYKK cK: VAIO.,
uil'oitTKKS ami di:ai.i:iis in
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Sew tlnod-i lleeeived hy Kvery 1'ael.el (rum the liasii m Mates and r.uioe.
FIIKSH CALIFUUNIA IMIOUI'C'K MY KVKUY STKAMIiH.
All OiiU-iK faithfully iitteuded In ami lloo.s lielivend to uu
I'an of tin- fity ritia;.
IsLINU OlillKIM SOLICITUII. hATIblAIMIDN GlUIUNTlU.il.
KAHT eollNKIt KOIlT AM) KINO bTIIWITH