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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Stories About Anltiiali.
Tlretl 1'arsun's Farewell.
Emiitlry About Stamps by
I.. A. II.
at the Feat by
A Karen el I Dinner,
Ixal and Uencrat Items.
Oootl 0ciiinK of Drama.
Quarter Centurv of Y. M. 0
Collee Estate Depicted.
Stealing llagi of si
Native Kern Out.
On Trial for Uhe Fa.
a. f ...
French Corvette in Fort.
The "Arizona Kicker."
iDhc gnUtj gulUHn.
Ilfdgrd to ntUhtr Sect nor Party,
But Entablithrd for the lirnefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, A PHIL 18, 1894.
When anybody is wanted for kill
ing on the Opera. House stngo, the
fellow that whistles in the gallery
ought to bo sent down. Then poo
pie would enjoy having the act per
formed as realistically as possible.
According to the information con
tained in Mr. Davios' letter describ
ing the Hawaiian exhibit at the Mid
winter Fair, tho exhibitors would
appear to be liable to prosecution at
least as receivers of stolen goods.
Other features of the exhibit nmko
people think Thurston & Co.'s mo
tive was to represent the Hawaiian
as barbarous, but the judgment of
tho public must bo that the show
men themselves li.ivo dishonored the '
boasted civilization of their own
It is said that tho Board of Edu
cation, at a meeting a fow days ago,
passed a miniito disapproving of
teachers' taking part in political
strife. Probably it was not intend
ed to bo rotroactive, for in that caso
one of the members of tho Board
iiiitilil lifit'it it nil tit lwttt tt. nitti ii nt
It will be a great thing to get rid of ,
.i t...r..i 1...1 "if.:
fcllU B'IIV-UI llbllU fUIOU.J.IIIllUn sunt.
to the papers iu tho guise of politi
cal news by country schoolmasters.
Now tho I. O. itself should follow
tho Board's example, by putting a
gag in tho mouths of political judges.
It is reported that a considerable
number of natives at Knauapali,
Maui, would liko to register but do
not do so because they are afraid of
John Kicharttsou, who they say
would put them oh" his laud. -Ail-rrrth'r.
Probably somebody else says this
for the natives. Mr. Hichardson,
however, would only bo taking a I
leaf out of the I'. O. party's book if
lie employed any moans of intimida
tion and oppression at his command
to compel dependents to do his will
in politics. But tho people on tho
other side aro crying out early, are
they not, about getting the nioaxuro
they tneto to others!
What is the use of a central com
mittee of a machine party if it does
not operate tho whole works! Tho
e. c. of tho A. U. 1 decreed it is
said iu obodieuco to tho desire of
tho P. G.that no Government olli
eial should bo uomiuated to Uncon
stitutional convention. This decree
wai flouted by tho third district
club, which uomiuated Alex. Itohort
son, district magistrate. Now tho
c. c. holds a meeting and ihsuus an
order that another election of a
caudidatu bo held iu tho third dis
trict, aud, to make assurance doubly
sure, calls tho meeting for that pur
pose itself. Next it will be seen how
third district men will enjoy being
run over by tho machine.
Enquiry About Stamps.
Will you kindly let mo know
through your paper how much the
Kamehamuha stamps aro worth the
third, fourth and fifth aud by so
doing oblige L. A. B. Miller.
Koloa, Kauai, April 11, 1811.
A dealer informs us that tho G
ceut 18W1 issue of K. III. can bo
bought for Sl.fTO, though a surcharg
ed specimen can be bought at tho
post ollico at faco value. Tho 13 cent
surcharged specimen of same datu
can be purchased at tho post oflicu
at faco value, as can also tho K. IV
2 cent issuo of 1855, but a reprint of
the samo, with no surcharging, is
sued iu 1880 can bo bought for 25c;
the 2 cent issuo of K. IV. of 18IV1 is
quoted at 25c. for the unsurchargocl,
aud $1 for the surcharged; tho K. V.
5c. dark bluo is valued at 15c. for
unsurchargod and 20c. for surcharg
ed; the K. V. 5o. light bluo unsur
oharged cannot be had at tho post
ollico, but dealers quote them at lOu.
apiece uncancelled; the K. V. tic.
green is valued at 20c. for tho tin
surcharged, 25u, for the surcharged.
All kind of Commercial Minting
promptly txtcutrd at low rain at th
Punch at tho Feast.
The punch served at the "Feast of
all Nations'' is creating quite a stir
among tho too "goody-goodies" of
this liltlo but highly "moral com
munity." Tho lady mauagers, how
ever, havo decided, after mature con
sideration, to accept the money from
the Hawaiian booth and to uso that
blood-money for tho sustenance of
tho Kapiolani Maternity Home. As
one of them sarcastically tmts it:
i "This a is an Hawaiian institution
! (meaning Maternity Homo), and if
some liawauaus wish to disgrace
thomselvos in the way that occurred
at tho L'east, then llawauans can j
uso the money obtained in such a i
way." What a most Christian re-
I mark to make! How extremely
charitable! Why, Bacchus himself
will blush at these sardouic expres
sions! Whllo regretting that punch was
used at the Hawaiian booth, not
with tho cognizance or approbation
of tho most estimablo lady at its
head, however, but tlono by irres
ponsible characters, yet it is an un
christian act to make too much fuss
about it in tho papers. "'Tistrue.
'tis pity; nml pity 'tis, 'tis true.''
What cnaritablo institution in Hono
lulu to-day is not supported by
money obtaiuod from liquor in some
degree, whether directly or indirect
ly t W hat most Christian homo can
boast of boing entirely free from
blood (liquor) money in any of its
forms! Churches ami other charita
ble institutions are not free from it.
No. Our merchants subscribe cheer
fully for these institutions, yet some
of our mercantile houses ileal in
i liquor iu some form or other. Even
tho honored and missionary hrtn of
E. O. Hall & Son deal iu alcohol,
which is by far more deadly poison
ous than "punch." yet that firm is
one of tho standard pillars of tho
Central Union Church. Therefore,
please do not talk any more about
Hawaiiaus disgracing themselves by
obtaining liquor money, or other
uonsensical dogmatic ideas of the
dark ages. Bury our grievances in
smiles. l'lwcii and Jcdy.
Those who never read the adver
tisements iu their newspapers miss
more than they presume. Jonathan
Kenison, of Bolan, Worth Co., Iowa,
who had been troubled with rheuma
tism iu his back, arms and shoulders
read an item iu his paper about how
I a prominent German citizen of Ft.
Madison had been cured. Ho pro-
cured tho same medicine, and to use
his own word: "It cured ino right
f up." Ho also says: "A neighbor
and his wifo were both sick in bed
with rheumatism. Their bov was
. '; J"""" i"" tM thiF "'"'V
MMM ! iulil to do the cooking. I
told him of Chamberlain's I'ain
Balm mid how it had cured me, he
got a bottle and it cured them up in
a week. 170 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian (standi.
Kvrry dncrlplion oJOU 1'MXTlXn
itonr at th HulWtin Oflirr.
WOXO WA1I HOY HAS rjol.ll lllb
rice plantutluii nt U'nlnlicili', Kot
Ihtl, Oiihu. t Wong Kimjii You, the i-ulu In
cluding nil Iea', building, cattle, t ol.
etc. Alt rlnlim. to ilit'iMii kiiIc, April ill.
is'M, mil ne ettuii hy Wong wnli Hoy nt
J. A. MagoouV nillec. lull
A 1.1. I'KltHOSSWHOAUKINUKItTKI)
to the KMJte of S. Khrlli'h. a hank
nipt, tire hereby reipie'tcil to make liiiino
iliutrt payment to Uih iiuilernlgnctl nt the
ollli'C of II. Hackfolil ,t Co., Honolulu.
J. K HACKr-KMi.
AoMgucpotH. Khrllch, Ilankriipt.
Honolulu, April H, ll. loll-.1t
Thursday, April 19th.
ONE OF AMERICA'S BEST.
Thursday Evening, April 19th:
"WIFE FOR WIFE."
Saturday Evening, April 21st:
gm- no plays ukpi.ati.h -m
50c, 75o &c $1.
Ailvancf Sale at l J. l,evo't store.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loaus
C3 eneral Fuolio !
At Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
f Adjoining Mctrupollmii Meat Market
In the Clii-upc-it place in town you i'an p't
IIiihm'i, WukoiihIIi'x, Ihlj,;tli' 'ami riiiclcllu
Hori'i-. It lll pay urn to oiill ami mc
hufore you try eWuuht'ru.
Mutual Tolophono 408,
CEYLON TEA AND JEWELHY.
I Ili;(J 'JO 1NKOII.M Till; I'l III.IC
1 that I havti oni(l my Nlnnt ill No, i'
Niiiiiiiiii Klrret wltli Ciiylon .Mumifiti'liirtiil
Jewnlry it nllh HiiIiIi-n, Kiippliiri, IVarU,
tin. Jtut rnuilveil hoinu I'urti O) Ion Teu
try it. AUo, I'uyluu Hiiml-mailu l.aie.
An Imtpeetloii of my slock U MillrlU'i),
V. J. KAHKIH,
t13-tf N, Ml .Siiwhiiii utrcut.
A Farewell Dinnnr.
Mr. Gladstone, who on Tuesday
aipeareda to bo In eapital health, in
tho evening entertained to a fare
woll dinner iu Brooks's Club tho fol
lowing goutlotnen, who iu his vari
ous Administrations sineo 18(58 havo
acted in close ollleial relations with
him: Sir II. E. Welby, G.C.B., Sir
Arthur Oodley, K.C B., Sir Algernon
West, K.C.B.. tho Hon. Sir K. 11.
Meade, K.C.B., Sir James Carmi
ehael, Bart., M P.. Mr E. W. Hamil
ton, C.B.. Mr. H. V. Primrose, O.S.I.,
Mr. G. V. Levoson-Oower, M.P.,Mr.
Horace Sovmour, C.B, the Hon.
Spoueer Lyltelton. C.B., Mr. G.
Murray. OB., and Mr. Shnud.
U'rfk-ly Ikrinttch, l.nmltiu, March 11,
Thirteen (Ifl) including Gladstone!
Llfo Is Misery
To many peoplo who havo the taint
of scrofula in their blood. The ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
sores and other manifestations of
this 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.
Hood's Pills euro all liver ills.
Secured His Qorvlcos.
Mr. V. G. Potter, crayon and water-color
artist, who has beou visit
ing the islands for his health, has
made an engagement with Mr. J. J.
Williams. Mr. Potter's work while
in San Francisco was second to
none. Samples will be on exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
Tho Tngnwn Coal Mine is
locntcd iu Fukuoka Ken in
the Inland of Iviiinhui, Japan,
and was discovered about
twenty years ago. It was
owned by the government
and mined simply for the
Great improvement, how
ever, were made since it was
sold' to a corporation about
six years ago, by importing
mining machinery from Ku
rope and America.
Tagawa Coal is used more
than all other Japanese coals
iu thu following countries:
China, Manila and Strait's
.Settlements. It has found
its way even to Bombay.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
Inlands recently, and it has
no superior in this market as
stove or steam coal.
G. E. BOAKDMAN',
Sole Agent for K. Ogura &
In tho Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Islands.
IN Till: MATTKIt W THIS KSTATi:
JL of Maria O'Sulllvuu, late of Honolulu.
Oahu, tlm-iD'uil (i'tulu. On rtnillii! anil
llliuc thn pvlltluu of Alirnhum I-Vrnatnli-
of Milil Honolulu, oxecutor of thu will of
Mtlil tftair, praying fur an onlor nf -al of
real CKtntc MoiikIii to xit lit ilea nii, ami
uIIpkIiiu that tin- real otatc of miI1 tctutrlx
Inns fol low : 1'ancl of luml, liou-'i unci
otlmr liniirovi'infiitu, l-tiiK tho famllj
liomuiiU-ail at Kallhl, nmhi j.it'ci- of land at
Kuliolaloancar Oahu I'rUo'i, lioihof which
nulil lamlKiiro xltuatu In Honolulu, lniuul
of Oah ', iiml Mttlni; forth curtain It-gal
rraionwliy xiich rr:i) ckIiUk plmiihl Ixt ol(,
lo-wlt: I'lMillli'li-nry of tint M.'r-onaltv to
iixtlnniiluli the tluhtu of alil itale. 'It l
liertliv onltTt-il, that thu lirlr of -nlil ilt
i'I'ummI mill nil vri 'iM Inicri-ti'il In the
wild ntiiti, apiKMir I if torn thin Court on
MONDAY, tho I It It ilny of May, A. D.
lhlil.at 10 o'clock m., nt the Court llooni
of tliis Court, iu Huiioliiln, Oahu, thou
ami thcru to nhow vunm why an onlcf
liouM not ho Krauti'il for thu hIuo( nuuIi
Dati-il Honolulu, H. ., April Ct, 1KII.
Uy thu !ourt:
WOY-IIU (Hit). I.UCAS, Clerk.
Luiiil Tailing Pliooofffapli
J, A, Victor's Phonograph Parlor
Coruur Hotel ami lie the! Htreutx.
Vou will Unci all of thn Latent Helei'tlomi
In Kaaturu Miihlf HiiujiM, llnim Ilaiiclh,Or
cilientra, Coruut and Xylophouu iSoloi We
also make a bpecslalty of Nutlvd Miitlu.
New Records Received by Ever; Steamer.
Don't foriiut the nlaeo "VirToiiV."
nor the print), only A eents uuuli M'lcrtlon.
aik-i NIMIANIJ ST.
Next door Mtiri'liant't Kiehaiixe,
Nm Goods and Latest Styles I
I'Kin'KCT KIT OUAUAXTKlil).
CilxlomerK uetllm Hchlllloual hiiIu
win reerivu a reiiueiioii oi to mm )1 urn
iliiellou on pantf. il.'l ,'lin
Ring Up Bell Telephone m
iStanil ut J I iillllifr' - Mioelii'hlioj,,
tcifoii ini'l. near I or I.
wi-tf jami;h i-ollock.
Bmfti irtmi Co., Li !
Saturday, April 14, 189U
The papers from the United
States received by the "Mari
posa" contained more news of
a bloodthirsty character than
has been read here in a de-
cade. From all parts of the
world came accounts of dis
content, uprisings and blood- t
shed. From California to
Maine regiments of the un-1
employed are forming and
marching to Washington for
the purpose of placing their
grievances ueiore congress.
Never, perhaps, in the history
of the Great Republic has
there been such a demand by
labor on capital. Can anyone
see the ultimate result ? The
increased population in the
United States has placed the ,
bread-winner in excess of the
demand; there are not enough
places to go around. In the
mining districts men have been
thrown, out of employment
through national legislation;
in the manufacturing districts j
overproduction during the past i
year has been the cause of
mills closing down and throw
ing the operatives out of cm
ployment. Poverty begets
crime, anarchy and socialism.
The anarchist war cloud that
has hung for years like a pall
over Europe has separated
and a portion of it casts a grim
shadow over the Western
Hemisphere. The laws of na
ture are more oppressive to
the poor man than the laws of
government, and with the ra
pidly increasing numbers to
the unemployed something
must explode. Public im
provements must begin so
that work may be given the
idle and willing yorkinen or a
bloody war must follow, not
one of supremacy in politics but
a rebellion with the poor on
one side and the wealthy on
the other. What a blest place
is Hawaii! an oasis in the
desert of strife. I laving few
has not thrown men on the
streets; being far away from
the main land it does not pre
sent the same attraction to the
wanderers who do only
enough work to keep body
and soul together, and being
free from that class of society
we are less liable to the trou
ble which usually follows their
arrival in a community. An
other and more probable rea
son for the existence of peace
in Hawaii is the fact that we
sell goods to meet the condi
tion of the times.
Everyone needs a stove but
the trouble has always been in
the price. It was not until we
appeared on the scene that the
price of stoves and kitchen
utensils were brought down
within the reach of the man of
small or even moderate means.
The celebrated "Pansy" stove
costs less money, burns less
fuel and will last longer than
any other stove in the market.
The low price of sugar in
creases the demand for a
strong fence for little money.
The Jones Locked is pre-eminently
the best for people who
have land and who wish a
fence strong enough to keep
in cattle. Eight cents for a
steel stay and five washers is
just half what you will have to I
pay for a redwood post. The
stay and washers will outlast a
half dozen posts and your
fence will be stronger and will
never sag. A sample order '
will please us and convince
you as to the correctness of
In the matter of Table Cut
lery we believe we stand in the
front rank of dealers in this
country. Our aim is, and has
been always, to secure the best
article procurable. We have
been successful in this and for
that reason people who want
cutlery come here to get it.
No better steel is made than
is found in our table knives.
The price well that is insigni
ficant too utterly small to
consider as an obstacle in the
way of everyone having good
knives at the table. Silver
plated ware, spoons and forks
are as prominent with us as
any other line we carry, and
i we get the best.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
JUST ARRIVED '
WAX IIAItK "CD. IIItYA.NT.'
OF AM. STYLtS;
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
In the t-ntct Pattern';
HAND SEWING MACHINES,
All with (he l.ntct Improvement.".
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Pallor Organs, Guitars,
ED, HOFFSCHLAECER & CO,
King Htrwt, optMi. Cnitlu ti Cooke.
U " IIOTI1 TKI.KIMION'KB K 111
All klml In nny ipmntlly-from i
bag in it Ion. I
Kroin dim hau to nny ipiumlty.
In 1-fU IriiKtlif nml Sawn or Split,
from n Imk to tiny piuullty ; :tlo
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Betwoen Alakei and Richards Strcots.
'pilK UNniMWHlSKIl AUK I'ltK-
M. pnrril to iinikf nil kltuU of Iron.
llnui, llronze. Zinc, 'I In ami Untl fiut-
lnKKfctAlio n amoral Itcpalr Slion fur
u1."0"' ,h!,,,.,t'"i..!tlr" M"'4' -o"' Ml"".
Winer Wh-l. Win,! MIIIk.hc MnWilm
for till Ch'illiltlL' lit Coll.. I. ,..!.... Mil-
lteuTm, Itninlc. c$IhhI, Piiii-iippln Unvci nml
other Hhrous Plant nml Pnr Mock
...... ...... .un. n u,r r.jiriu-iiuK aiurcn irom
tho Miinlou, Arrow Itoot. vtu
TF .ll onlen, promptly nttoinliil to
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Seaside j Resort
Waikiki. : : : : Honolulu.
ihtulifr 27, tyu.
lfanm.Httlft,t itirh nlihfmhtmml tlilmf
ut Imdy ictnttii, iuitt. inte air, elotr icn
niitrr, iiwiit fiujit unit hfnifiih tunrriji humj
mil brfiire hit t'ltt rirry ivni'ii mrr the I'ncU
if mil the tlhttwt hill, f UWVfiM.ir, t renin
meml him eimllnlhi Iu the "Sum Hiiiet."
jiouj:i:Y i.ueis .sTKVKxunK
T. A. SIMPSON,
The Best Lunch iu Town.
Tea. Etnci OofTee
AT ALL IIOUILS.
THE FINEST U HANDS OK
Cig-ars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON UANIj.
H. J. 1STOLTE. Froi3.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- ANIi -
G J Wallr.
m:i.i. it in-
81 KING ST. ' '
ALL KINDS OF SOAP
Soft Soap a Specialty
ftV-UI(litt 'll I'l t) i.llc f .r l:ll...
IN- kino Kiii..i;r.
F. O. BOX 34:1.
n r v A j a WV QATT?
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
g FOR POUR WEEKS ?E3
Biiglish AVardrobos, Plate Glass Front;
Mnrblotop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Seoteli Gliosis of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vasos,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Etc, Etc., Eto.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
National Cane Shredder
i'ATKVTi:n usiHvi: Tin-: i.awh of tub Hawaiian- ihi.ands.
-TUH'. UNDKltHKINKI) IIAVK llliKN AH'OINTKI) SCJLB A(JKNTH FOIt
tliL'i-c Siiiii.iuihiiH mill nre now iiiiiiin(l to receive ordure.
Tin' nrvM .iihiintn.'i' to de ileiiveil from the iihi of the National Ca.vi:
SiiiiKiiUL'it uru tliiimtiKlily ealulilixlieil mill iieknowliilgeil liy l'luiiterri
Tim laruu iitiiulKir of l'liiiitern iiKiii Ilium in (lie Uuiteil ritnlen, Culm,
Argentine. ciiilillc, I'oru, Aiiflntliii iiml oWwIiero, lieur witnenri to the
The ie f tin SiiltLiiiiKU very hui,'ly ii(i)'iiii'iit the qiuinlity of cant)
thu mill vim j-riuil (2.1 to M.), iUo thu vxirueiion of juice, (ft to P20.
ll in a ureal xtifeKiiiiril, innkinj; kiioivn at oueu the iriuiice of any
piectiri of iron, ulakim from earn, or iiiiythini; whMi woulil ImlinMu to ilmniipt
the mill, ami allovviii); itinplc time to remove kiiiiiu lieforn (lamnKiuc the mill.
Tlio tSiiKKiniKU is very nlrmiKly nuulv, and from the nmnnerof itH ojiera
lion it cuts or leant thou wun o( wood or iron without often ItrcakuiK llie
KllUKUDKii; ami if uiiyihiiiK lircukn, it iHMiiiily nomuof tho kuiven or uiitteri,
whieli can he unickly and economically replaced. The .Siiiikiuiku, uh il
inline iudicutcH, learn thu cane into hhredn of vai viiiK lf"Kll", poffw-'lly open
in,,' it and allowiii(; the mill to thoroughly preef out I he juiccn without re
ijuirinn tliv iiumuiieu extra power neceNniry to uriuil or crui'li thu wliotn
cam). The .SllUKiiiimi niue.uln tliu nhredilcd cane unifoimly nud evenly to
riiv mill rolln, and dou away wiili the ncccr-nily of cprcadiiin tlui hapime hy
hand between thu miUk, where rerindinj; in iu line. No irealer aniount of
holler capauity ih reiiiiied lo ojierato tho Siiiikiuiku limn that whivli was
uillluiuiit for the null, for the above reiiMiiiH. We furiiii-h full working
drawingH for the installation of our riniiKiniiiitH, enabling any competent en
gineer to tuiccctmfuliy iiintall and nUrt them.
Iu ordering Siikkiuikiih fiom uh, pleanj rutid muiill sketcli, Hliowin(! tho
diamuler ami width oi the mill iollt with which SlliiKuui'itiii tobucouneeted,
nlio tho hide (eitlier right or left hand an you face t c uelivery niiln of the
mill), upon which the mill engine U located, itlro the height from lloor line
to center of front mill. roll don't, and dintanuu center linn shaft to front end
of bed plate. Thou 8iuikiim:iih are now being iihviI by tlio llilo Sugar Co.
and llari Mill. Kohala, where tliey ate giviim ureal H.ilibfuclinn.
j'neer ami lurtlier parlicitliirti
iV 1 1
Wu have for mih in quantities to nit the
following' brands of
Table fc Medicinal Waters:
Buffalo Litliia., Oa.stalia.ri,
Hunyadi, Maattou, K-ubinat,
3STapa Socla, Viohy,
AM) THK CKLHHKATKD
ALL Till; AIM) i; AICIC FOIl SALIC UY T1IK
Bottle, Dozen or Case
HOLLISTEH DRUG CO.,
583 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
may bo hud hy applying to
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Hit .Irmf fur Ihr Ifnii'iillnu lihnnh.