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SATURFUY, FED. 2 S- fi.
Acconliiitf lo Uih Stnrtho village
of llolunlea, Ilnuaii, ia to li.ivo a
SI -1,000 c1ioo11ioum.
Thero appeared a lev mi?stato
incuts iu Saa I'mnolsi-o papers
about tlio li&waiinu insurrection,
which wore tuotly written iu by
ovor-wi.o editors ovor tlieris Ouo of
the?o was n referoneV to tli liort
lived Cabinet of Wilcox in 1892,
meaning Robert V. Wilcox who was
never iu a Cabinet.
Our troubles will likely have one
good oiled abroad, iu getting news
papers to loam ponioUiing about the
position of the islands in the Pacific.
About thn o years ago the editor of
a loading New York paper instruct
ed a correspondent hero to fend im
portant news to Syduey fur cabling
thence to the paper. Some foreign
papers hpenk of Hawaii as being in
the South Pacific.
Incendiary fires on two miceoMivo
nights look bad. The mounted pat
rol of course cannot be every where
at ouce, and it would seem that a
few watchmen on foot would bo a
wise precaution. On Thursday night
the lire took place at an early hour,
within the regular polieo beats and
only round one corner fioin the
police station. Instructions to all
olliccrs and watchmen to shoot on
sight iucoudiaries caught in the act
would probably bo an elleetivu preventive.
striving to build up an enlightened
commonwealth upon this group, '
that the intelligent and thrifty file-1
mouts of the body politic are in-,
creasing iu any section of the islands,
and contributing by their energetic '
and wholesome enterprise to the '
national revenues aud tho general
prosperity. Tho fact of Hilo's pro
gress and its well-founded prospects -of
growth and development isonebf
the most cheerful features existing
to relievo the somewhat troubled as-'
pnet of this transition period in tho
affairs of the Hawaiian Island?.
THK UUALAKT JIOAT Ol.UH
Tendurs llecolved lor tho rcatlcm of
i Iholr Now Doathoiuo.
Tho following tuuders havo been
received by tho llealani Yacht aud ,
! Boat Club Association, for tho erec- i
! tion of tho club's boathouse. Tho '
! tendors aro for tho building without '
1 foundation or painting. Tho found
1 ntiou will bo of concrete and will be
laid by tho club. Tho tenders will
be considered r.t the next meeting
of the board of directors to be held
on February t: I
l)all Si Co . .
. 3319 00
. K130 00
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Mortuaj-y Ronort for Janu.iry, 1805.
AK AMBIT IOUS -JOW.V.
Uy various accounts it is known
in Honolulu that an excellent pub
lic spirit is crystallizing iu Hilo.
Residents of that town, tho chief
one on Hawaii, tho largest of tho
group, havo como to havo an abid
ing faith iu its future. Largo areas
of laud tributary to Hilo havo been
taken up iu homestead allotments
by settlers for tho raising of coffee
and other products, leaving sugar
still to bo raised by large individual
aud corporate landholders. There
is stilf much arable laud to bo par
celled out to small fanner. Thus
Hilo has that great factor iu a
town's prosperity a back country
steadily developing. Nature con
joined with public aud privato
onterpriso is yot going to mako tho
great Hamakua settlements tribu
tary to it. Thero is a gradual but
steady influx of now blood from tho
American thoros young aud ener
getic men with more or less capital
to tho "rainy town." Its people of
long ami short resideuco aro evinc
ing more aud more a disposition to
havo what the lawyers call a meet
ing of minds for tho common good
of tho town. They eagerly discuss
on every opportunity schemes whore
by tho prosperity of thoir town aud
thoir island is to bo promoted.
They aro beginning to bo heard
at tho national capital, in demauds
for tho oxpoditing of roads to open
up tho couutry round about, and to
connect tho town with tho settle
ments along tho coast. A break
water to mako their harbor a safe
and important entrepot for foreign
commerce ia among thoir coufident
aud fervent expectations. And it
may well bo bolioved that tho long
talked-of Hilo and Hamakua rail
way looms largo in thoir anticipa
tions of urban importance. Hilo
has a fine social circlo iu educated
men and women, frequently contri
buting to mutual improvement and
onjoymont in various ways. It is
strong in literary and musical talent,
and has furnished tho Hawaiian
Islauds with an artist whoso work
has boon oxhibitod iu tho Paris Salou,
but who happily profors his own
land for a homo to any othor. Hono
lulu would be silly aud short-sighted
to display jealousy of Hilo's am
bitions. Increased prosperity of
any othor town in tho group will
havo ultimately nothing but a good
rollex influonco upon tho prospority
of tho capital. It should afford tho
keenest gratification to all who aro
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CUMI'lHUm: MONTHLY MoliTW.ITY.
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Annual death rntu per 1000 per month. 23..r0
1 lliiwiiliuiis 31.00
. Aclatles 11.00
1 All others 20 00
U. II. Itr.Y.Noi.iiii,
. Aent Hoard of Health.
EDISON'S KINETOSCOPE !
?OP. TKN (10) niVTS YOU CAN SKK
L tho U rentes t Marvel ol Science.
TO-DAY-"Tho Cook nBlit."
Bubjoi-ts clmigcil dally ut Halt
A. Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition
hours: 0 . m. to 0 1-. M. U'52-tf
HUMOROUS AND DRAMATIC
C. J. WHITNEY
mp-Tr.n a v
A. E. MURPHY
And tho ioHowIiil' Well-known Musical
MHS. J. T. LEWIS,
Y. M. C. A. HALL
Saturday Evening, Feb. 9th
Oencral Admission 60c.
Colloh'o Btuaonts and l'uplls of the
l'ubllo Schools 2jc.
Jamnvy 29, iS.
We are as much pleased with
the success of the Avery plan
tation implements as a small
boy with his first pair of boots.
The parties who are using them
write us that they have ex
ceeded their expectations we
don't want any better evidence
of their good qualities than
these letters coupled with the
fact that we sold nearly all of
the first lot almost as soon as
we opened the cases. We have
left some of the Cane Cultiva
tors, and a better implement
for the purpose was never in
troduced on these Islands. The
Stubble Diggeis jumped so into
favor that we have shipped
one of them to New Zealand
on an order from a planter who
was visiting here. By the
"Alameda" arriving here Feb
ruary 14 we will have another
car load and orders on file will
then be filled. j
If you've had any dilliculty '
in cutting warm bread or cake i
with an ordinary knife you had
better spend a dollar for a set 1
of Gauss Bread Knives; your j
troubles will cease, then, in
this respect. This knife is one I
that got such a reputation dur-1
ing the World's Fair and it is 1
one of the few cheap things
that have proven to be really
good. They are made of the
best quality Aluminum steel,
the refuse from the great saw
works in the United States.
There is nothing cheap about
them but the price.
What you do not find good
in the Wertheim Sewing Ala
chine can be written on a baby's
finger nail. We have nothing
but good to say of them and
can recommend them to any
one who wants a machine that
will sew three stitches without
the change of a needle. You j
can get a machine that will
sew the chain stitch and you
pay $70 for it, for just that
purpose you get a good ma
chine for the money. No lady,
however, can get along with a
sewing machine that does only
one style sewing; the day for
that has passed, the average'
boy and girl of to-day re
quire harder sewing than" can
be procured with a chain stitch.
You can get a sewing machine '
that will sew a splendid lock
stitch for $$0, but the lady who J
wants puffed sleeves and ruffles 1
needs something more than a
lock stitch, a fuffle must be,
sewed with an easier stitch
and the chain is the best. The I
Wertheim sews three distinct
stitches the chain, the lock
and the combined chain and
lock and you can get one of
the machines from us for $4?,
or one a little better finished
for $0. You cannot get as
much genuine satisfaction out
of any machine as you can out
of a Wertheim.
Maviland China, such as you
never saw anywhere, is now
offered to you in our store at
lower prices and in prettier
designs than ever.
i.s head and shoulders nbove all other Tooth
AVe sell more of Aloha Powder than all
other Tooth Powders combined.
"With Aloha Powder you are sure of a den
tifrice that will effectually whiten the teeth with
out any harmful ffects. It is agreeable and
plea-ant to use. Try it once and you will never
be without it.
Said a customer: "Your Powder seems to
be belter than any I have used. I have never
had any irritation 'of the gums since using it. I
have my children use it al-o."
That's the whole stor. It came voltm
tiiily. A bottle of Aloha Powder will convince
you of the convcteess of this customer's opinion.
SZsr A Map of the Hawaiian Islands will
e given with each bottle as a premium. This is
a handsome J ithogniph Map, is about 8 by 10
inches iu size, and shows clearly all the Islands.
HOBRON DRUG CO.
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L B. Kerr
is tho only
man in Ho
Tie Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
S3? The Automatic Pearl Sewxiq Machine with
the Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy "Work. To Purchasers: Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy Embroidery Work will be given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should bo boiled and filtered.
The Only Reliahle Water Filter is the Slack &
BrownlOW. They are made on scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily cleaned.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
A Good Dray!
1250-3t "P. 0. 110X 21)1."
Pare Guava&Poha Jelly
I'ut ui by Mm. A. P. JOKES.
1215 Agents, Queen Street. lm