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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
riMT pa or.
Wit mid Humor.
The Kmpcror Frnneh Joeth.
A Silver Dollar for Hongkong.
..Til6 I)llnl Allegiance Quest lon-bv Julian
The Ornnd OM Man.
Queer Ileports About the Ciar.
Ijocal anil Oenernl Item.
Third DlMrlct Club.
Walked NW Miles to School.
Old-liino Marriages and Deaths.
cThc gnili ajuUetin.
Plfdufd to neither Sect nor Party,
Jlut Entabluheil for the Benefit of All.
THUKSDAY, APKIL 1!, 18JH.
The Dual Allegiance Question.
In viuw of tho extremely agitated
maimer iu which tho American, so
failed, approaches tho placo of regis
tration, it is perhaps woll that ho
should eo himself from tho poiut of
view occupied by the real American
Technically, and from a legal
standpoint, intention goes a long
way in determining" the status of an
individual residing iu a foreign coun
try. If one, iu good faith, absents
himself from his uative laud, either
on public or private business, with
the intention, formed before his de
parture, of returning when ho shall
have concluded his business, ho will
remain a citizen until ho shall by
flfi.rt Hi.) nr .iliamru rt Int ...it ..... I,.v
- . m. ......lv v. iiiiviiiiuu ijiiii:
I II- It . t .
evidenced his desire to chauuo his
citizeuship. Aud in qll vases where
the individual has acted in good
faith, tho courts have had little trou
ble In determining tho real merits of
his caso. It is only iu those canes
where tho individual plays fast and
loose with his citizenship; where his
overt acts give tho lie to his claim
for protection and of citizenship
that there lias over been any dilli
eulty. Americans should bo dis
abused of the idea that citizenship,
like Sunday clothes nnd Sunday reli
gion, can be changed at will.
If an American citizen lias coiuo
to the Hawaiian Islands without any
business other than Indtering his
fortune; has joined iu every move
mnut necessary to overthrow n sub
sisting government, and iu every
undertaking necessary to form a new
one, ho need not wait for tho ije
ilixit of tho Attorney-General of tho
United States to inform him that he
is no longer a citizen of the United
Whatever our menial reservation
may be, the law and good sense bold
us responsible for tho consequences
of our acts. If by our acts wo form
a new government which, iu good
morals and good faith, wo aro bound
to protect, iu spito of aud instead of
tho Government of tho I'nltvd
States, wo thereby sever our rela
tions as citizens of the United States.
No right-thinking citizen of the
American Union need wait for any
instruction predicated on those
prt'inifos; liitt conscience is a safe
Tho American residents of tho
Hawaiian Islands should follow the
course pointed out by tho United
States Congress: "Lot Americans
keep their howls off." If Americans
join with the Hawaiians iu building
up a now government, let them do
it honestly as Hawaiian citizens, and
not as foreigners.
Honestly make up your minds
what you aro willing to do aud then
act out the part, no matter how bad
tho play; when you are through let
there bo no wailings over disappoint
ed ambition, no regrets for the past
and no complaints or criticisms
against those who have acted with
you. Hut remember always, brother
Amoricans, whatever bo the advent,
the Americans who act with Hawai
ians iu overthrowing tho ouo gov
ernment mid in founding tho new,
while proclaiming himself a citizen
of the Uuited States, will find him
self at once au object of hatred for
tho past, being a living monument
of national independence, ignoinini
ously surrendered, and an object of
jealousy for the future, as one who
has ul ready advertised himself as a
fitting tool for the ultimate transfer
of all national supremacy.
Nor is this all, you will find that
when tho lolly ol jour course is
summed up, your friendn at homo
will sot you down as a prototype of
tho Southern carpet-baggo., a man,
as the Northern papers give it,
"without means, character, or occu
pation, an adventurer, a camp fol
lower, a bummer;" aud who was in
the South described as '"a man of
Northern birth, au incarnation of
Northern hate, envy, spleen, greed,
hypocrisy, and all uucfeauness," be
iug au individual upon whom was
poured out the wrath and contempt
of the conquered people as well as
the discredit and contumely of the
conquering power. Dither Ih fish,
Uesii or lowl. Do not endeavor to i
bo that monstrosity which has a lit-1
tie of everything, and the certainty '
Americans, if you intend to vote, I
east an honest ballot ami thereby I
change your citizenship. If you in-
and consolod by tlm words of Hon.
Klulianl (Juontlier of V1buuiibIii. I
louu iu remain rtiuoncaus io assured
liimsolf a Uurman and a nnturaMzod
Auioriunn citi.on; "Wo know as
woll as any othur ulass of Amuriean
citizons whoru our dtitios IioIoiik.
Wn will work for our country in tliu
tiino of iioacu and fih'ht for it in tiino
of war, if tiino of war should tnor
como; whon I say our country, I
mean of course our adopted country.
I moau tho United States of America.
After passing through the crucible
of naturalization, wo are no longor
Germans, wo are Americans. Our
attachment to America cannot bo
measured by the length of our rosi
deuco hero; wo are Amoricans from
tho moment we touch tho American (
shore, until we aro laid in American i
graves. Wo will light for America
whenever necessary, America first,
last j and all tho time, America
against Germany Amorica against
I ho world; America right or wrong;
always Americans. o aro Ameri
cans" -and do not vote.
Americans canuot owe, nor can
they pay, a divided allegiance.
Americans aro needed at homo whore
each will find his task and its dan
gers; thoro they can stand side by
side, shoulder to shoulder, not with
tho palsied fear that their acts may
compromise them, but working to
gother, heart, hand and head for tho
honor aud greatness of our common
country. Tho writer is an American
who is forever paraphrasing two of
Goldsmith's finest couplets:
"Where'er I roam, whatever realm to
My heart untnivclcd fondly turns to thee;
oiui in uiy country turns,
And drngs at
eaoli remove a lengthened
Three Decisions -An Inheritance Do
The Supremo Court has rendered
a decision, by .Justice Frear, in the
matter of the guardianship of Henri
G. MeGrow, sustaining tho order of
.Judge Cooper for guardian to pay
counsel fees to his ward's wife.
Carter A: Carter for tho guardian;
C. V. Ashford for tho guardian's
Chief Justice Judd has written a
decision unanimously rendered by
the Supreme Court, reversing the
decree of Judge Cooper of thoCir
cull Court relative to tho estnto of
the lato D. hint. It is to tho effect
that I lie children of
"J. E" inherit
a half brother
I iillll S SIStCTS
The C rcuit Court
ecision was that the sisters of
Lint (Win having inherited the
property from his son dying '
iu infancy) wore the exclusive heirs. '
The Court holds that iu statutes of j
descent an aucestor is one from
whom the estate is immediately in-1
herited, and that a father in such
statutes is considered to be "of the
blood" of his son. Mngoon for ap
pellants; iianweii tor appellees.
.uuiyu cooper uns rendered a de
cision that allows the trustees of
the etato of J. H. Wood, deceased,
to pay the income of one-third of
their inheritance to tlm eliililn.n f
Mr. and Mrs. P. Jones, irrnnd.eliiL I
Iron of testator, without waiting for
tho principal to become duo at their
comiug 01 age. nartwell for plain
tiffs: Kinney for minors; Perry for
Stella Dixon (daughter) et al., of
Those who never read the adver
tisements iu their newspapers miss
more than they presume. Jonathan
Keuison, of IJolan, Worth Co., Iowa,
who had been troubled with rheuma
tism iu his back, arms nutl shoulder
read an item iu his paper about how
a prominent German citizen of Ft. i
.Madison had been cured. He pro
cured the same medicine, and to use
his own words: "It cured mo right
up." He nlso says: "A neighbor
and his wife were both sick in bed
with rheumatism. Their boy was
over to my house aud said thev were
so bad he had to do the cooking. I
told him of Chamberlain's Pain
iSalm aud how it had cured me, he
got a bottle aud it cured them up in
n week. A) cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Uenson, Smith A: Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
SALE OF FURNITURE
'ING FAT & CO.,
(.orni'rof KliiKOtid llfthid Slrwts,
Olb-r a l.arui' Assortment of I'lne and
At I.UWKK I'lllOKS than ovir.
I'lionpir than liu Clumpest
uncivil in HoutTnu.
VINO HAT A CD.
The PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
I or Tiir
i Oceanic Steamship Co.
IN SAN HHANUISCO,
link been Unmoved from ILT Market
M OXTUO.MKHY S'l'ltKKT,
(I'MiKK OIC'lllKM l IMIIKI..)
r roll! this date nil i-iimtiiti
IIoiih pertaining to the Han Hruni'luoo 1'iib
senger lliislnecs should I m Mint to the new
Ulllec. IIW Moiitgomerv btreet.
WM. C. IRWIN & CO., L'D,
(lenerul Agents. Oeeauic Hluainshlp l'o. ut
Honolulu. ulu im
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
General HPutolio !
At Smith's Bus and Livery
vv.uw, .H& UHWl,
AdoiuiiigMetroolltiiii Meat Market!
Is the Cheapest plaee Iu town you eiili get
Hiism's, Wufiiiiiiiifs, Haggle and fuddle
Hore. it will pay nn to call and see
before )ou lr uUuwhetii.
Mvttviu.1 TolopUono 40B,
Tho Ornnd Old Man.
Tho following passage is from
Lord Uosobory'g first speech iu tho
House of Lords as I'rimo .Minister:
"He (Mr. Gladstone) hj-ard the
guns saluting the battle of Water
loo, ho heard some of Mr. Canning's
greatest speeches, ho heard tho re
form debate in lS'M iu this house
aud Lord Droughatn's memorable
speech. He a, over half a century
ago, tho right-hand man of Sir Hob
ert Pool's famous government, and
when to this coating of history
which ho acquired so long ago is
added his own transcendent person
ality one cannot, it seems to me,
help being reminded of some noble
river that has gathered its colors
from tho various soils through which
it has passed, but has preserved its
identity unimpaired nnd gathered
itself iu one splendid volume before
it breasts tho eternal sea."
Queer Reports About tho Czar.
St. Prnrnsiu'wi, March 31. Tho
czar, ever since his last recent ill
ness, from which, by the way, ho has
not yet quite recovered, has been
suffering from religious mania,
which goes on increasing day by
day instead of diminishing. Now.
of course, if this fervor is directed
properly much good will result from
it; tho innumerable aud monstrous
evils, cruelties, mid injustices from
which tho Russian people suffer
will, many of thoin at least, bo root
ed out and become things of tho
past, and "all tho ilussias" will have
to tho end of time good Toason to
remember and bless the influenza of
Ask Your Friends
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what they think of it. aud the reolies
will bo positive iu its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
tells tho story of its merit. Ouo has
been cured of indigestion or dyspep
sia, another finds it indispensable
for sick headache or biliousness,
while others report remarkable cures
of scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism,
salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable.
Socurod His Sorvicos.
Mr. V. O. Potter, cravon mid wn.
j tor-color ortist, who has been visit
ing the islands for his health, has
made au engagement with Mr. J. J.
Williams. Mr. Potter's work while
iu San Francisco was second to
I none. Samples will lie on exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
Every ilrwrljititm of. Wit I'llIXTlXO
lmte ,il the HtilUlht Ofllre.
mrv roi: omi ritoM tvi:sty.
lltO lit IlllrlV T inti-aiid L'limi! Mewl
One niiil Two Ci-iil HiUMilliu Postage
Allium -old NllHi. .litvlirlr.mil fiiini.rf
and pri-i'iit lsui- hi laige and small
iiiuiilllle. All Minimi limit Ik' In it
leet condition. I will pay tin- hlglieM e;ih
price iiiimi dt-llviirv ul SJlmiiin.
Addn-s A. V. IIKAIt,
lull -ill- Honolulu.
A I.I. IM'.ltSONS WHO AltKINDKIITKD
to the i:tate ol H. hhrlli'h, a bank
rupt, are hereby riiiu-teil to miiku I mint-
I'ltii'iii in I in- iiiiili-rxlgiifil at the
I. HurkfoM ,V Co., Honolulu.
J. r. ll,'KKi;i.l),
A-slgmeof H. Khrllih. iliiiikrupt.
Honolulu, April is, ImI. 1UII-.M
WnXII WAII HOY HAS hOI.D HIS
rice plantation at Walahole, Koo
lau. (Mini, to Wong Koou You, tin- mi in Iu-
ending all lean-", building., cut tic, t ol,
nil.-, .mi riuiins hi iiMiO pail',
Nile, April ,
Wah lloy ut
ip'm, win of uillist ity Wong
J, A. Magoou's ollli'f.
B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
OriiiKt New Kafit HcH-lt llulldliiK,
Tort strict, Honolulu, II. 1.
I'luns, Kpri'llli'iillons and Kiipi-rlnK'nd-IUII.0
jjlvi'n for Kvvry Dotirlptlou id llulld
lliir. Ulil llillldlm,'s rilCL'CUHfiilly Itumod
IJh1 and Kiiluritca. HpMkmii for Interior
Dt'curntluus Maps or McuIiiiiiU'iiI Draw
Iiik: Trui'luc and lllut- I'rliitliiK. DrawlnuH
for Hook or Newxpaisir Illustration.
IP AYt and
" l" lil
The "To.-on" IIium, of Cement Ima
the. largest aulo In the United titates,
owing lo its I'lmrmimx strength. Ills
very tlnuly ground, only a relduu of
."I to peri'uut existing wliou paoied
through a mIuvu of IKXJ meshes to the
Miiure Inch. .....
KOH 8AI.K AT
ALLEN & ROBINSON'S,
Agents for Hawaiian IxlainU.
In tho Circuit Court of tho Firut Cir
cuit, Ilawaiiuu Islnndn.
IN THK MATTKIt !'
L of Maria o'fulllvuii, I
mi: i:vi in.;
late of Hiuii.liilu.
I'iiiiu. in reason
lestale. (in renillmr niiil
, tiling the petition of Alt iiliani Hernamliv.
I of -aid Honolulu, iixeeulor of thu will of
said testa o, praj lug for au order of Mile of
, real estate belonging to said deeeiiMid, and
, alleging that the real eMHio of said testatrix
Is as follows; 1'areel of laud, houa and
I other Improvements, helog thu family
hoiiinstead at Kallbl, inula piece of land at
Kaliolulnaiiear O.ilm 1'riron, both of whleh
said lands are slluale in Honolulu, Island
.of Dab , mid selling forth certuln bgal
I reii'imswhysiieli leal estate should bn si ml,
i to wit: b sullleleney of thu personaltv to
nxtlligillsli the delits of Mild estate. It Is
liurnhi ordered, thai tlm heirs of said de-
eeuseil mid all .er"iis Interested in thu
said estate, appear before this Court on
, MONDAY, tln I lib day ol May, A. 1).
thill, at lilo'eloek M,, ul Hie Court lloom
I of llils Court, in Honolulu, Oahu, then
' it d there to show i'iiiim why au order
should mil he grunted for the a e of siieii
Dated Honolulu, H I., April l.l, IMI.
j 1KJ7-I.U OHO. LUCAS, ClerW.
The Dully Hulhtlii, f0 vents rr mpiifi.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.. L'fl i
Saturday, April J, 1894.. '
The papers from the United
States received by the "Mari- j
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
shed. From California to
Maine regiments of the un
employed are forming and
marching to Washington for
the purpose of placing their
grievances before 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
overproduction during the past
year has been the cause of
mills closing down and throw
ing the operatives out of em
ployment. Poverty begets
crime, anarchy and socialism.
The anarchist war cloud that
has hung for years like a pall ,
over Kuropc has separated
and a portion of it casts a grim
shadow over the Western .
Hemisphere. The laws of na-
( ture are more oppressive to
uic poor man man me laws ol
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 workmen 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. Havimr 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
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
we get the best.
Hawtiiantiardware Co., L'd
Are Heeelvlujf Now Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVKKY STEA.MKR
Electric Pitts Office,
Where they are fully irvmn-il to do nil
Mm! of work In the latest MyleH. at
the hoilct notice utnl nt the
tnoitt KviKOiiuhh; Kates.
Flue Job Work la Colors a Specialty
Executed In the Mont Atlruetive
Head the followliiL' puitlul lit L of tpoc
liilllc and jrot the UuM.KTiN'b iirleeM bo
fore placing your onlcti. Ily no dolnt
you will save both time mid money.
UillH of Lading, '
Mini I TiukulH,
Keueipth of all kimln,
Liuiulo ol every vuriety,
1'c'litioiiB in any lunguagt,
Kiivt'lnpiih A Letter Oiiciilam,
.Sporting ricoitM A lleconlo,
I'urpetinil Wiodiing LMa,
Utiiiurul Hook Work,
Km-.. Hie., Kte., Kte.,
I'rlnled anil llluekud Iii-Ih'iI.
UtiT No .lull UiUliiued lo leave th.i of
lice nutil It kIvm iili.Ui:tluu.
3T. S. S-A-OHS'
OHO F'ort street., Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINSOOKS In Main, Btrlpeil, Cheeks mid Maids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. OltADKH AND PlIICKS.
DIMITIES In Striped, Checks, I'lalds nnd Hnlr Lines.
INDIA LINOKS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN YU ITE. OKEAM AND ECItU.
IMMENSE YAllIETY OK
WIEIITIE .". G-OOIDS
AN ENDLESS VAHIETY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
EMIIItOIDEItY EDOINaS In Sl. NnlrnoiV and Hnmlmrg. In
All Width with Inserting to Match.
All-otor Embroidery, Embroidory Flonnces and Domi Plonncos.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Just Received per
A LAItOE AND
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc.
WE UE(1 TO CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUlt
Dress Ooocis in Wool and. !Mu.slin.,
8ILK8, LACES, GLOVES, HOSIERY, ETC., ETO.
B. F. EHLERS Se GO.
BQ9 f Oil P'O'R.T STnTOHJT
l Kobinson Block, Hotel Street,
INENT TO OltDWAY .V I'llllTEIti
Stock Must bs Sold on May 1st.
,1 WILL HELL OUT MY KNTIItl? STOCK. CONSISTISO OK
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Mens and Boys' Suits, Etc., Etc.
SCS It is ini)osMl)lo for mo to muntion nil the ArliuluM
i anil PricL-H I
SALlfi COr.MKXCKS ON
Monday , m March 19.
PLEASE GIVE MR A GALL!
Stock Musi be Sold on May 1st.
I "lutvc huvii Instnictod by Mh. J. M. dk Sa k Sii.va,
proprietor of tho Hawaiian Javankrk Haxaau, Ilotclstrod,
to soil his stock of JAPAN BSK GOODS. Also, a big as
flortinent of JAPANESE PAPER NAPKINS will bJsold
IMPORTER AND DEALER I!.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR aud FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
Hew Cuods Received by Evfry Steamer from San Francisco.
. I Io'TJTh ml' p" -koa Vl?L oiri' ",t,!",l ,a BlMnM" K''nfl. M.l Ordem
Lincoln Rlock, Kino Stiiuct, Hi:t. Fout and Ai.akka Stiickts.
Iloni TKl.lil HONKS ill! JZIj." it",x -,7
LEWIS & CO.,
HI If OUT STREET.
Importers, Wlioldc & Rcliiil Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Island Ohubiw. S..liciti:i. jgft gjff- Svtim-aoti.iv Owarastebp.
II. E. MoINTYKE & IiliO.,
DiroitTMis ami iikai.kiii in
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New I.M,d ll.vHvv.1 ly ;v..r I'.i,l.,.i fr.,i i. i:.,i,.r,i btiifMiud Kur..'.
I'HHSII CIALirOHNIA I'KODLX'E - IJY - EYERY . STEA.MEIJ
All Drdur fill Li.f n 1 1 v uifeiflttl to mill Hoo.U billverid In m
1'iiri ul Hie i -Ity Kltlli;.
IM.AM. Ol.UI.IW .SOMUIIKII. SaILSKA.-I ION 0 t'A.UM KKII.
KAHI roHNHU I'Oltr A N I KIS'll HTIIKKTH
for White Goods
S. S. " Mariposa "
CHOKE STOCK OK
1'. 0. 1I0X 37a
-I'. O. 1I0X M5