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Will be received at the General Post Oflk-e
nutll MONDAY, Mnrch II), WM, ut 12
o'clock noon, for farniililng Mail Hugs for
the Intcr-lslniid Mnll Service.
SAinnleof Dags can be seen at the l'ost
The l'ostmnitcr-Generftl docs not bind
himself to accept tho lowest or any hid.
JOS. M. OAT,
WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Ananln ut l.nrge.
Hnuged llv The Thtinibs.
Prayer Of The Socialist'.
llogin 8enatl(ins editorial.
CoiiMtlar Courts, liv "Kitiuu Ao" -orr.
Hcare Laws, by 'Tlvll Klgbts"-vorr.
Sights Of London.
L He Pawned Hit Wife.
A Scoundrel Punished.
Ix-nl and General Items
Tup llhfat-d Hllo.
Union Purty On llauail.
King Humbert's Uirthday.
Death Of b Stranger.
Chati'cr Of Accidents.
Got Vour Months.
To Htippre Anarchism.
Lil-I option In Kngland.
Shr JiuUt guUctin.
IKfdgtA to ntilhtr Sect nor 1'arty,
Rut KitabUiihfd for thr lime fit of AH.
WEDNESDAY, MAHUII II, 18SH
Xfv Krouml has latwljr boon lakon
by thu apologists for thu iiracy of
Hawaii. It is that international law
need uot bo strictly observed by a
strong nation hi dealing with a weak
ouo. The funny tiring Is, however,
that they apply thin newly discover
d doctrine to Slovens but refuse to
see it iu the eao of Willis.
Should tho Dangerous Persons Hill
become law, tho probability is it
would bo put in action, like the sedi
tion law, ou tho lying reports of tho
mercenary spies whoso bread do
ponds on keeping up false exeite
niettt. Then, consular courts or
none, there would be foreign inter
ference a suro as the sun shines.
So long as tho "faithful" have to
"dig" for a subsidy to tho New York
Sun for advocating tho policy of
piracy, thuro can bo no objection on
their part to the Star a tieo of that
journal's editorials to fill its own
editorial space, so long as it gives
duo credit. It's good "filliii HttifT,"
if not very edifying. Until yester
day's selection appeared, however,
it was generally believed that the
Star had abandoned its foolish cam
paign against Minister Willis. This
particular piece of Sun-shine is n
bitter attack ou tho United States
In imploring tones tho Advertiser
calls on Minister Willis to say there
will be no restoration. What has
Minister Willis to do with it any
way, beyond taking instructions
from Washingtont That is about
tho silliest utterance the morning
organ of the I'. G. has yet made.
However, if it is light our contem
porary wants, what is tho matter
with the illumination afforded by
tho popular branch of the Govern
ment of which President Cleveland
is tho head? That contains a majo
rity of 102 "rays" iu support of the
Why cannot tho advocates of more
Portuguese labor immigration enlist
one hundred of the huudreds of
Portuguese reported idle in Hono
lulu, to go to work on the planta
tions under contract or otherwise!
By such a practical demonstration of
their theory that tho plantations can
bo operated successfully with Euro
pean labor, they would do morn to
convince the Government, the plan
ters and tho public of the advisabil
ity of their proposal than by filling
newspaper columns with platitudes,
and garnishing party platforms with
sugar-coated pills to placate Hie
An idea of tho falsehoods circu
lated in tho United States to excite
feeling against tho opposition to the
1 G. may bo gained from a speci
men Honolulu "special" to the New
York Tribune reprinted in thi pa
per. All tho terrific OM'itomeiit in
Honolulu on the 8th of l-Vlmiart
therein reported only hail evstonec
iu the vivid inrigiuatuui of tin cor
respondent. It may be true that
the P. G. "detectives" brought in
the information in question, but nn
statement that there was the Might
est excitement iu the community on
that (lav is utterly without founda
tion. When the cartridge exploded,
as it did ou the rear veranda near a
window overlooking the pre. table,
it was simply regarded a the eaie-
less discharge of a ri lit -something
that had been of common incur
rence among tho guard in garrison.
Nobody rose fiom his feat in
tho room where the CotmciU
were assembled which by the way
is not a small room as the "special"
says. Tho explosion was followed
the next moment by a general laugh
from tho guards at that point, and
there was absolutely no excitement
iu the building or on the ground.
So trilling was the incident deemed
by tho reporters, who had grown
tired of reporting accidental shots
by soldiers, that uot one of the local
papers reported it. Tho concluding
part of this despatch creates a su
piciou that its writer desires to sug
gest mischief here which would gie
him asurauce of an extension of em
ployment as a sensation-monger resi
dent. Consular Courts.
Tho fact that the Proisional Gov
ernment only claims to exist bv
force has been repeatedly e.xpreeil
iu defiant word and acts. Recent
attempts at lawmaking are all in the
one direction of political persecu
tion, aud are mainly instigated In
secret armed organizations foMcrcti
by the government, which mulct
any well-regulated and honest
administration would be suppressed.
It is now a notorious fact, and ha
been so for mouths past, that the
only man recognized by the govern
ment as "loval" is one who will lake
an oath to destroy the autonomy l
the country and take up arms to i
support mid enforce the decrees of
a Provisional Government wliie''
exists in dellance of the protests ol
nine-tenths of the true citizens ol
It is a notorious fact that the dis
pensers of law, to whom nine tenths
of the people alleged to bo not
loyal- iu our courts, look for ju-iiee.
are notoriously paiiiau font lime
siiowu uio.tr. Mio-sueii au i iiimuhko
zeal in mounting the political parti
It is therefore with no surprise
that rumors are heard of a movement
on foot among foieiguers to have
consular courts established. Thi U
the case in other foreign countries
where there is no fundamental law
on which to Ikiso u guarantee for the
proper administration of justice.
The number of enact mem s fiamed
by the Provisional Government
which provide that the Constitution
of lhS" is no longer regarded h
them, renders it entirely iiUvisalile
for foreigners to ha trial uudei
courts which exist under constitu
tional law iu preference to militar.v
ricspiitlsm. Kim- Ao.
Poople of Kansas
SIGHTS OP LONDON.
Successful Locturo With Lantern
Slides by Mrs. Gaus.
Kawaiahao church was fairly filled
yesterday evening, tlm attraction be
ing an illustrated lecture by Mr. M.
L. Grins on London, for the benefit
of the church fund. W. L. Wilcox
acted as llawai"..i.. interpreter, to the
ureal atifaclioii of the nntises.
.Mr G.in wa inlroriueeu bv . I!.
Castle. The views were really mag
muV'iit and lln lecture inlercting
t'iromrlioitt. The principal place
and oalaciM iu London - including
Buckingham Pilaris Parliament
building showing interiors of the
llone of Commons and Hoiic of
Lord. Lambe h Palace (rcj-idence
f the Areli'iisroii of Canterbury),
I Iik SI r.ttiil. 'I'i tnuiii ttii- SI. .1 .linen
...i .., ........ ..., .. ..- ,, . , ,
Piilace, Trafalgar Jripiare. Hotel t lo Do on guard, aim win not, uroon
Metropole. Ciioapirio, the river i interference) from tho Govornor.
I'liaiiii-s. tho"'lri uriositv Shop," j Her deposition of Pickons caused
tie- H.uik of England, li'tyal Ex ' a storm to-day, but sho mustered a
change, Loudon llririge, Tower of quorum and tho majority of tho
London, llrii sh Mii'ctun, Rotten Hoard, and came out victorious.
' l.'ow (the fashionable drive), Wct- I Tho wires were brought into play by
min-tor Abbov,Gu'.Mhall, a painting thoe hostile to tho change, and
of the Haltlo f TiafaL.ir showing I Governor Lowelling was called upon
the fall of Admiral Nelson ou the ' to curb her movements. 1 hough
Lbavenwoiith (Kas.), February 19.
Mrs. Leaso will havo to look out
for her laurels, or Mrs. Eva Blaolr
man, secretary of tho Leavouworth
Police Board, by appoint mont of
Governor Lewelfing, will outstrip
her. Mrs. Blackmail is causing no
end of trouble to tho Police Board,
and is having things according to
her own sweet will. Not content
with dismissing Ollicers Cunniug
hatn and Keniery because they woro
bachelors, sho to-day aunouncod
that Chief of Police Pickons must
go. Pickens is a Democrat, aud in
the eyes of the woman secretary this
unfits him for service Sho strongly
' insist that none but Populists are
lawalii Hardware Co., L'll
Corner Port Se Hotol Strootu.
insi nut. nf n sick bed. Mrs. Black
nine rnsliod to the denot and left
for Topeka, whero sho no doubt
soon persuaded Govornor Lowelling
that it would be tho part of pru
rience on his part to keep his hands
off. Mrs. Blackmail will appoint
Arthur Clark to bo Pickons' succes
sor. Clark is now a psoudo detec
tive, and is iu partnership with
Mrs. Blackmau in the publication of
a Populist paper.
Victorv, and another ono of tin
Duke uf Well ugton and General I
Uliicher on the field of Waterloo, j
tombs of England's great pel son- t
ages including Oliver Cromwell, Wll-
! liam Wallace, William Sh'd;epeare, j
(Queens Et:. tit tit and Anne, life-,
like portrait of Queen Victoria, the ,
i interior of her throne room ami bed-
1 room, the crowns of the dead mon
arch iu a gla eao with an iron
bar Iron). Matties and monuments,,
and other views too uuiueroti to
mention. There was a volley of ap-1
plauc at the portrait of (Jueen Vic- '
, torin, net! another at the symbolic
representat on of America on the
, Albert monument. Everyone voted
the lecture and illustrations as first- '
class in even respect. Mrs. Gnus
has other illustrated lectures, ou
1 continental (ccues. Scotland, etc.,
. which ought lo draw lartfo audi- i
ence-. Mr. Morris of San I'lanc.-.-o ; Qtl THURSDAY, Mtircll 15,
operated the lime light lantern with I
4jj, AT I'J O'CLOCK NOON,
Saturday, March JO, 18!).'f.
The United States are Hood
ed with thousands of jimcrack
articles as the result of the ex
hibits at the World's Fair. We
have had opportunities for se
curing the agency for a large
number of these articles, but
there are so few of them that
are worth anything that we re
fused to handle them. One
article, however, that has come
to our notice we believe will
fill a long felt want.
One of the greatest difficul
ties the housewife or cook has
to contend with is keeping the
bread knife sharp. If it is used
for any other purpose than cut
ting bread it is bound to be
come dull. If it happens to be
convenient the cook will use it
for any purpose for which a
knife is used, all the placarding
possible will not prevent his I)n,Pe nmliiin rl T5? W,Ve
it if ""J uauiMAiv auu 4 tauono aww
I BEG TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I AVILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
Will bo 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,
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of Stock!
Hoort'o and Only llooil'a.
Hood' Sawnpnrilla carefully ,
lirepared from har:iparilla, Damle-,
lion. Mandrake, Dock, I'ijxiswua,
i .lumper herrie.t and kt well
know u iviiit'ilicfi, by a jus uliar coin
liiiiatlon, proportion r.ml procc-,
Hiving to lloiid'i Snraparillu eura
tivo poui'rs not po!cricd by other
medicine. It effects remarkable
cure when other preparations fail.
Hood's Pill cure hilioiiotict.
! AT MY SALBSROOVt
I I WILL IXL VT rVtll.IL' At'crto
15 Shares Tcople's Ice & Refrigerating Co.
5 Shares Wllder's Steamship Co.
We have just received an
other oarjjo of Ihiy and Grain
by the "Irmytird," personally
selected by our manager in
California : and a we buy
the best, a word to the wie
HiUieient. I'rompl delivery.
California Feetl Co.
i:r.iursi: : Kin street
near O. It. k L. (Jo.'s Depot.
Holh Telephones i)'.).
AUCTION SALE OF
On THURSDAY, Mareh l.',
AT 12 0TI.O0K NOON,
AT MY SALESROOM
I WILL nr.LI. AT I't'llMC AI'L'rinN
Full Line of Surcharged Stamps
ui-vonnt of wliutn It (
in v FiUonioin. uiu-on
ft itt. Honolulu, oil H.VTl'UDAl, .Miiri'li
BY oUI)i:il OP Mlt. M. It. COI.1IUKN.
nn i urMiniit to tliu provMoni nf
I ill hUT I', Pt'oMilll I..1WS IU Ifirj, i will 11
' l iiiiii' Amnion, tor
limy I'lHiri'rn, nl
-i it'i. Honolulu.
21, MM, ut 12 nV'oi-lc noon, O.nk llon'i:,
'orim-rly llio jirnerty of W. 0. Aehl: ilo
fnult liiir UK Ix'uii intitto by ruM Auhl In
lit- oIiIIhiiIoik under tho jirovli'oiis ol tbo
JAH. V. MOIK1AN,
lliinoliilu, Mnri'lill, m. 177 i:it
Australia has taken up tho matter
of wiuo-makiiif,' iu a way which may
make California look to her laurels.
The Government of Australia, says
tho Melbourne Loader, has deckled
to comply with a request made to the
Minister of Agriculture that aid to
wineries may ho increased from ten
shillings to the pound of private
subscriptions to pound for pound,
tho maximum amount to auv one
establishment to bo from ill 000 to
Tho above is from a leading arti
cle in tho San Francisco Chronicle,
and displays about as much ignor
ance of Australia as that journal
doos of Hawaiian affairs. Tho main
land of Australia has fivoseparato and
independent governments without
that of the Island of Tasmania. Ah
the Chronicle quotes from the Mel
bouruo Loader, tho Government uf
Victoria is doubtloss tho ono to
which it refers.
The Star is of the opinion thv
enacting such a law as that known
as tho Dangerous I'ernous Act is
valueless unless it should prow nunc
effective iu answering its o.ttiiixihli
purpose than the Si-diliou Law has.
The Star refers to this latter act a
"oue which lost its moral eH'ccl be-
caiiho it wu uot serioiinly used lo ,
repress tho open anil avowed ene
mies of the state." If that iiapi-r
Lvere asked what it means by the
"state" iu this connection, the an
swer undoubtedly would be, that tin
government i win represents the
ntate. Historical hysons are not
heeded by prolcssioial lllihuhlcns
else 1 would remind the Star of a
French king who arrogantly said,
"I am the state," and immialiatch
found himself in a woeful miuoritj.
The editor of the Star hus, from
his entry into the turbulent anna
of 1'. (J. politics, been the mentor ol
the government generally, and ol
tin eiiminal law department in par
ticular, and for thu humiliating posi
tion of being the author of penal
laws for political itlToncor., which are
now confessed by tho Star to be im
potent, thu Attornoy-ijeiii'ial unit
the public are largely indebted to
tho editor of tho Star. It is a hori
ous misfortune fur the government,
that its "open and avowed enemies,"
as the Star nuts it, are mi nunieroii-, 1
and that they have been cradled
ami educated under free and en- i
lightened government t"o long to
permit an insolent oligarchy to rule
l hem by laws which are incompati
ble with a just equality of
Uy Lewis J. Lovoy.
Thursday Evening, March 15tb
Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Turner
AT 10 Ui'l.Oi K A. M.,
I will i'll ut I'uUii' Aiiiilu'i. ii' my Hull--
mini, n iini'Titl A nnn"iiif
Mt'tvliumlfi', ron-l-ini of
White and Brown Cottons,
ilii'i'tli i'. ii uiifU'-, ftirm'ii 'i't,Tli'l;Iiij!,
I ni'ul, I l.iiini I-, 1 -iti -. 11 1 1 . t .-,
While and Colored Shirts,
lluiiu- ,1'lnil 111)!, I'mlirullu',
Uti'., Ku Al-o,
Household -:- Furniture
II" l-t":i ', M it irL'-o-, ' ! ilnxi-",
.Mem n.i(o. i liulir, I'.tlilc, lilt'., Klc
At i lix l .
M'CTIOX SAIJi OK
Wicker Ware &
A severe rheumatic pain iu the left
shoulder had troubled Mr. J. II. .
Loper, a well known druggist of De ,
Moines, Iowa, for over six nuuiili. i
At times the pain was no unere that
lie could not lilt aiiviliiug. With ,
all ho could do he could not gel i i 1 ,
of it until he applied C'liuinliMilnm'?
I'uiu Halm. "I only made thieeap
plications nf it," lie save, "ami have
since been free from all pain." lie
now rccouiuiemln it to persons einu
larly alllicted. It i- for nale bv all
tlealers. lieiihon, Smith .v i.'o., agents
for the Hawaiian Inlands.
'PJIK WKKKI.Y IU 1. 1. MIS - )I,
I iiiiuiHef liilirfHiiii lii'itiiim. Mnii--,
llltudl.tlt liilll Uv ffirwlpn rMiiilrl,l,i ' Oil U
On MONDAY, Maieli lihh,
I in a i.'iri; a. M.,
1 mil it'll nl 'nl. II'' p'ttuii, in in v S iler
riM'in ', ii V.iru't) nf
Vic!-:cr & Rattan, Chairs,
LouiKjas & rilatlino,
I. Ovurtnrt "Soi-IhI"
'.'. fhuriu' Hurk, Apollo"
It. iHii'tl fruiii "l.ucri'zlu llurliv" , .
Mr. uml Mr. Clmrles Tunii-r.
I. .-Miiiriiui) .Siiiii: -"'I'n tho Almmt"
..J. Jl. Aiulre
.Mrs. Juhii 1'nty.
(Violin, Miss Jl. I'aty; plmio, Mlsn A.
.-i. (it'riiinii -iiiiu "1,1ml ilos Citimr"
Mr. Paul IsPtiliurK.
il. tiriiinl m'iiiii "Trovatoru" (Ml-
crcroi !. Venll
Mr. uml Mr-. I'hurlct Turner ami ulmlr.
T. Kii'rliirp "Kiiierlili" . .Huriiiun
iliiwallun 1 1 in td.
5. Choriin from "Martlm" . .. . I'lovvtow
e 1. ntnl Itu'it unit Air "Itnbcrtn atn
l lie Ailnrn" . .Muynrlircr
Mi-.. I'luirleH Turner.
in. IrMriuiu'iital (juartuttu, Amlonto
In (1 (Incur l'nclis
Violin, Ml--. Mrlinivv, iluno, Mien ('astir;
cello, Mr. 11. Ht'itiniui; urKan, Mr.
II, Koiit' -"Tho Mest'Ki'" ... Ilhiinoiithal
Mr ClinrU-s Tnrnnr.
I'.'. Solo, with chorus (InvUllilo).
"Priory llat"" PIiihiiII
Mr-. I'liurlex Tiiriiorninl choir.
Coiiihii'iiir of t lie lluwailitii lluml, Mr.
Hi'iKiT. at thu pianoforte, Mix
Cattle, MixiN. Ilnrhllii.
fX9 Tlfki-t", .'i0.' to he hail nt th Ilu
waliau Nkvvn i'n., T. (I. Thrum, uml lloh
ron, Ni'unmii ,V Co. IW-jt
l)illlSl.'i 'I on VrtM
t.,i riuaii oat k ii.il
to- rr.iiMh '
Vi -11111,' tiom
A.sll ' -Ol
DIMI I NO MY AllrillNfU: FltO.M TIIK
Hawaiian IhIiiihU, Mr. P O. Junes
II net for me iiiiilur nnwir of altnriiov in
H'l uiultiirn pMululllK to my prlv.ile IhidI-
iiii-h, T. .MAY.
! Il.niohihi, MiirnhS, 1MU. TU Iw
1 All kind of Vommrrrtul lrinting
j prdmjitly rtutrd at low rat$ ut thr
cuttino; kiiullitig wood with
he feels so disposed. The ar
ticle we have in view to reined)
all this trouble is a knife made
very much like a saw, and it
will cut bread without the trace
of a crumb; warm bread may
be cut without its becomino;
heavy. Another knife of the
same pattern, but smaller, is
adapted for ciittiny; cake on
which there is icing. Still an
other is used as a parcr. The
three are of the finest steel
with nickle plated handles se
curely fastened to the blades
so that they cannot possibly
come off. We sell them at $i
per set and you get good value
when you buy them.
A new lot of clothes wringers
varj ing in size from that ordi
narily used by families to the
very large one used in sugar
mills for wringing sugar bags.
These wc offer you at San
The standard scale in the
United States is the Fairbanks.
The government uses them in
all of its weighing and so favor
ably are they known that peo
ple look with suspicion upon
anything weighed on any other
scale. We have recently added
to our stock a number of them
suitable for use in stores or
mills. There is no second
quality in a Fairbanks and
when you get one it will last
forever without repairs.
We have a large assortment
of very handsome Call Bulls
which we offer at low prices.
This includes the plain ding-a-ling
a ling sort and the kind
that sounds just as if it had
an electric battery at one end;
nickle or silver plated as your
tastes run and the price won't
hurt you no matter which you
Thearticles mentioned above
are for use in the home and
store rather than on the plan
tation or cattle ranch. For
either of the latter places a
fence is as necessary as the
land itself, and when you are
buying an article like a fence,
something which under ordi
nary circumstances must be re
paired from time to time, it
might be well to buy the kind
that is constructed on a plan
that reduces the wear and tear
to a minimum. We have no
recollection of ever seeing or
hearing of one that embodies
as many really good points as
the Jones Locked. Its cheap
ness is not the only tiling that
commends it to the public,
Its construction is such that
cattle may try as hard as they
like they cannot break it down.
The wires will not sag, so that
there is practically no repair
ing to be done. The growing
demand for the Jones fence is
convincing piool that it is des
tined to supersede all other
methods of building win; fence.
Its economy brings it within
reach of every one 0 cents
each for steel wire stays to
take the place of u post that
costs 16 ci-nts or more is an
item for your consideration.
Elegant AHSortinent of Colors at '20 Only E.-u-h.
Just Received by last "Australia" a
Largo Stoek of
To be sold for on'i: wkkk only at 10c., V2.c, Me. and lbc.
per yard. Goods worth 2oe. a ,ard.
. . 2 6 O PIECES . ,
In 10-yard lengths, winced from $1.00 to 73 ceiiU.
S. E HC 3R. Ii I O 2H ,
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
The T)rug iJusiuess heretofore carried by ilol
listcr it Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the . . ....
Having the largest and most complete stoek
our line, we are prepared to off jr our customers
the boHt goods at the lo wc.it prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
5S3 "Port, Strpt., - - . IToriOlvilu, H. I.
Ti:i.KPIIONU Ull P. O BOX 37U
IMI'OKTKlt AND DEALKIl IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll llutter aud Island Butter
gjT ALWAYS ON HAND &B
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Inters fnitlifiilly attend tu. iitlftietioii i'irnntt'til. Mntul Onion
mm p.U'Ki'il Willi eurc
Lincoln Hmr-k, ICi.no Stiirkt, llirr. I-'obt a.nu Ai.akka S misers.
110TII TCI.UrilO.NKS 210
LEWIS & CO.
Ill FOKT STREET.
1. O. 110X 217
iters, Wimble it Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Evory California Slcamor.
ICE - IIOlTSE - GOODS - A - Sl'LCIALTV.
Inland-. Oiidmis Soliciteii. Jft gXS" Suimactjon (Jiaiiantuld.
- l O. IIOX 115
11 i:. McINTYIlE & I3KO.,
uii-uiiTCiu. ami ih:ali;iis in
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nhw (liMi Ittri'lvi'il li I : wiry I'm-ki-t (rmu Hi" Ku-ierii Si.Ui-n uml r.iiroi,
I'HKSIl CALIKOH.NIA . 1MJOWIMJ . 1JY . KVKIIY - STKAMKH.
Hawaiiau Hardware (lo., I ' j
()iio.Hlte HiirwkHH.' IIUvol,
307 FORT STREET.
iitteielril In uml IIihi.Ik Deliviltil tu mi)
Island tJnm:us Soliciti.o.
I'n r 1 ol llu- I'lu- 1'ttl.i;.
roin asm) kixo stui:i:th.