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THE DATI.Y BULLETIN, MARCH 2. 1895.
hc guiUl Ulctin.
I'Udycd to neither Stct nor 1'orly,
But 1-htablhhed fr Ihr Iknefit JAll.
SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 18S)5.
iiliahed by threats of tho bullet. '
Ilowovor uiifortunatoMt may bo that
revolutionary tnothott-t of opposing
revolutionary or othor unlawful
prneticM liavo boon ntloptwl in this
country, it is a condition and not a
theory that lias now to bo faced, and
February 26, tSyj.
If persons writing letters jo
. . . ' (liia liniiur er it. inlml lilt nni'Otltf'il ft 4 ?
Au iutoroitinir artit-lo on prosi- ";" """." , , T , T, , , iriCIiaS 111 II1C dlilies persiM 111
d ,. w,nw,,,a h iu. 7 h ,:,. "i. tome upon (heir inwh
, in Biitun r..pi-ciB mo rrrai- - . . .. tion ana ncgiecr to murK meir
of Hawaii ex reiser nn.ro power "' V ..".....' ".is .-.. Infers "tint fnr nubl cat nil ."
ou than (ho I'rt-sid.'ut of thu 1AV, ,,,,,,-f PYiwr n ip ru -
HtJvuro il'liruieivu lUl'iiiunja cu nnnu '""J . -.-r--- . . .
United Slates, as far ai tlio latter's
autocratic nutlioiity I'Xivoil thai of
tlio l'rosideut of France. Yet iu
other respect?, pnrth tilarly iu a cer
tain degree of control jjiven to tho
Cabinet, our President ii moro re
stricted than that of the United
State?. For instance, he must havo
the approval of three member of
tho Cabinet to remove a fourth
membor. Thoto is really no Cabinet
in tho United States system, tho
Secretaries, corresponding to Minis
ters elsewhere, being only by tho
Constitution asistants to tho Presi
dent iu tho details of administration.
a? in tlio conduct of tho government
according to tho prinoiploiof equity,
jiHtice, honesty and progress.
Lmw llros. began the erection of
tho new boathouse of tho Healaui
Boat Club this morning. Tho fotm-
culed bv the people of Hono
lulu who are familiar with all
the events of the late revolu
tion. Thev should not over
look the fact that Honolulu is '
well- supplied with regularly '
By I.ovM" J. Lovoy.
FLOUR AT AUCTION
JAPAN AND UAWAII (
After remarking upon tho con
stant Mieeessos of Japan in hor war
with China, tho Frieud comments )
as follows on tho relations of Japan
But this triumph of Japan is a '
terrible menace to little Hawaii. It j
will not bo iu the nature of things
for ietorioits Japan not to become
aggressively disponed. Wo already j
havo '25,000 of eager, restless, enter-,
prising Japanese among us, consti-,
tuting nearly one-third of our male
population. With their national
prido aromod. and thoactivo moral!
support of their great empire bo-1
lima lliem, tuoy can uaruly lail
to become aggressive in thoir do
mauds. Japau itself will not bo un
likely to look covetously towards
Hawaii as a grand strategic point.
Wero it not generally understood
that Hawaii vn to belong to tho I
United States, active stops for its '
pocessiou by Japan would not bo 1
unlikely. Englaud, however, is tho
next iu order as thu natural heir to '
Hawaii, and Japan would encounter i
tho opposition of that nation. It is
evident that it is high timo for tho
United States to take possession of '
this her natural outpost in the Pa-1
dation of coral rock had already n,!J nfiiiicnin. rnrrYnniir1fnt
been laid. Thomvj Lucai expects " i f t tK H ,
to complete the Ilealaui's headquar- WllOSC duty IS to gather lteillS
ters iu about forty-five day. It is wlieil they Cllll and to Sdld
on the makai fide of the Mrtio tiem to (heir respective papers.
to"thouw. WHh them romJncing 'jsr.
nussable ana tney are not al
ways expected to stick to de
tails. It the fact that two or
three hundred Japanese lab
orers were placed on a steamer
and sent out to sea with no
where as their destination
should be brought to the atten
tion of the foreign office in
Tokio, international difficulties
might ensue. Again, if the
Japanese minister at Washing
ton should read the article pub
lished he would probably ca
ble his home government and
the representative of His Im
perial Majesty in Hawaii would
be hauled over the coals for
not reporting the matter as it
was stated in the Binghamton
papers. You see there are
many dangers connected with
not sticking close to the facts
in writing letters for publica
tion. President Dole may have
deemed it necessary to stalk
around the government
grounds with a couple of re
volvers buckled to his side, but
we doubt it; it savors too much
of the actions of presidents of
some of the South American
Republics on the part of the
President, and a hearty meal
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53 The Automatic I'kaiiij Skwxio ACiiiNnj with
tho Latest Eodern Attachments mutable for Light and
Ilouvy Work ' To Putchuscra: ruhtnif.tions in Ariscnc,
Tinsel, Sehtielle and Fancy KinbroMury Work will be given.
MONDAY, Murch dth, '
AT 1(1 O'CLOCK A. M
At tlm rnnlllo Mali S 8. Co.'s Wharf, 1
will icllnt I'uiiIIu Auction, for account of1
wliuni it miy cot.cirii, llio follow iiulols of I
NOVELTY MILLS FLOUR:
II. M. CO. -400 IIAQS
W. W K.-1H HAOS
L. t CO -200 HAGS
McC. & CO.-bOO HAGS
Ub- Tlio P our Is In cxcellont order,
lingi nro rolleil, ex 8. 8 ''Wnrrlmoo" from
victoria, it, o.
! 1870 2t
Notice of Sale!
( f Good' nncl Clmtt Is takrn and
dltrnliK-il on tie lnt ilny of Keb
ruary, l fl, for arrears of rem from
priulss uu Mt-rcliant it cut. Ho
nol ilu. Oalin, occupied by V. 8.
Luce as a tenant.
OTiCK IS HKKKItY GIVEN THAT '
odor tlio oxiilratlon of 15 I'nvs from
till. Ill h itnv nl V lirn.irv. I Ml-, tlipr.. nil) I
Resold at the Auction Koumi of Iwls J. I
Levey, in tlio ultv of Honolulu. Island o( .
OjIiii, on thH Uth i ny vl March, 18-J3, nt 10 nf r,, Unaf ,,A rnhltiTA rn
o'clock a m of that day, the following O' COril DCei alia CaDDage Oil
Goods ami cimttois: , the part of the writer.
During the past
IS SEVERITY THE CURE P .
Spoakiug of tho suutoucos of tho
Military Commission, as rovisod by (
tho Executive, tho Anglican Church (
Chronicle a friontl of tho Frovi- i
sional Government and of theKopub-
lie, has the following sympathetic '
Wo are not surprised at the loui-
onoy thown by the Government to i
tho.se captured iu the lato uprisintr. I
There is not a man in tho executive
who can bo accused of anythiug like
revengeful feelings. Still, the Fen
tences are fearful, and will cause
endless grief and distress iu tho
families of those who suffer them.
Of course, this should havo boon tho
thought of the perpetrators and
their abettors beforehand; still, the '
thought that some of our best i
friends are suffering so grievously
gives us moh pain and anxiety.
The terrible punishment will no
doubt deter others from disturbing I
the peace of tho country. This is
nio chief aim of tho government. '
It is very doubtful if sovoiity of ;
puuishmeut is necessary or availing
as a dotorreut to revolution. Tho
fact that after two yoars of trial an
attompt to overthrow tho Govern
ment miserably failed is enough, so
inr as the controversy between tho
"republican" and "royalist" ideas is
concerned. Whou mou go into a
revolution they oxpoct to Bucceed
and thus avoid all punishment ex
cepting what they may receive in
actual conflict to gain their success.
Thoroforo, no matter oven if hun
dreds aro pining in prison for ono
insurrection, if a Government make3
itsolf so unworthy or so unpopular
as to loso tho confidence of a major
ity of fighting mou, tho punishments
iu progross will not provont bold
spirits from combining to overthrow
that Government. Tho penalty for
Irononii u'na rliinili In 1 RS7 mwl in
- ... . i. i . i . bench, n few minutes' walki
1893. yet tho fact did not deter an i from the tramiar. It has'
K'nilitirr luinilinr mul n nnlont mini. Cook Hoaeo, Hath House, and Good 8ea
a ailing number aim a potent qual- , j,aUllnBt ioutehoM I'tensIU and Dishes
ity of mou from combining to insist are all complete. 1'ish pond on jiremlaea,
clianges in tho go eminent , it thehofo houoN iinttakon?
Also, a Jlouse uImyo n rat br!d;o ou Null-
I rase Crcino De CasU
II casHj hhcrry, 1 doz. each
Ocrtec Port, 1 ioz. each
t case Cherry Driindy. I doz. each
1 case Crouio le Anulu, 1 doz rach
1 Corking Machine
1 Jlottlo H!l!nR MucIiIup
1 Lftter 1'resf, btaud 1'resa and Watr
1 Capsule Machine
1 Rate and Btaud
II Small Doxh
.'I Small liibkcis
Jl llott ts Slurry Wine
JT " Tort Wine
) " Aiuoutdlads
15 " Creme Da l'asls
7 " Cherry lirandv
(i Chorry Cordial
III ' Danpelt Hummel
7 " Meuthe
ft " Creme De Mnka
2 ' (iremo Do Mentlic
3 " Arrack (llitavlan)
3 " Halnt Kaphael Wluo
" Hitter Iirlzrd
t " Punch an Cognac
il " Oicme Do The
It " lVniiPrinint
3Wl' llotiles UltU-r Urizard
a iioitles Kersclionwaisfr
2 ltlack De ry llrnmty
2 niu ami 3 Hiuall lioitlis Marasquino
h Dottles Creme Drt Cacao (Chonao)
1 llottlo Creme Do Cumin (Illa)
1 " Crumo De Annls
t " Chartreuse
t KIk llottlo ZInlanilel
1 llottlo Orange Hitters
1 ' Ginger lirandy
1 " Creme Do Koso
1 " Bolner Hitters
1 Small Dottle Iienedletlno
32 fimall Dottles Old l'ort Wine
0 Small Dottles Sherry Wlue
1 Lot of Stoie Fixtures
CA- Tho same having been distrained
for arrears of rent owed by W. H. Luce, a
tenant of the premises situate on .Merchant
street, Honolulu, aforesaid.
Owner and Landlord of said Premises.
Honolulu, Veb. 10, 1895. DiJ5-irt
Beach House To Let I
A l-'UltSISHEI) HOUSK
XX. Is to let at Walklkl
which wero deorned to bo for tho
common good. It might havo beou
impossible ou either occasion to do
with tho ballot what was accom-
Also, n Houho on Young street.
AIpo, Houses In other parts ot tho town.
-1'.' Merchant street.
have received some cf the
handsomest Black Hanging
Lamps we have ever had in
the store the designs are sim
ply beautiful. We have also
some new styles of Bright
Lamps in very artistic designs
and with the best burners
made. These are not dupli
cates of lamps we have had
before, but entirely new in
We have plenty of the Bath
Tub Enamel Paint -for making
old zinc tubs look like new
porcelain lined ones. You
must understand that this is
not the same paint sold for
decorating wicker chairs or
woodwork; it is made only for
bath tubs and if applied ac
cording to directions will give
a handsome finish to vour tub.
For decorative purposes we sell
Nealls' Enamel in various
Some very pretty Glasses
and Tumblers at low prices
reached us during the week.
One style, plain white glass
with two or three rings of gold
near the top are very pretty
and equally cheap. Some hand
some ones in engraved designs
may suit you quite as well
we have them, and the price is
If you like hot cakes, why,
not have them in shape of
waffles. We have the irons
and they do not cost much more
than a griddle.
rue Hawaiian Hardwire Co. Lti
tMMT arOVMT MTSUUTIk
Hinds' A Imond
Unsw passed as a Toilet Requisite.
FACE AND LIPS,
Superb Just After Shaving
JIcuion, N. II., Feb. 21, 1R90.
Mn A. P. Hinm,
Dear Sir: I think It my duty to wrlto yon In regard to your
wonderful IIo.nkv and Almond CRrAM. When I commenced using
it, my hands would crack onon, mid wcro so bad tint I could not
close them without making them bleed, and niv fico was rough
and chapping I have had ono bottlx, and tin handi and face aro
entirely cured, and I think It my duty to prnlso this wonderful re
medy. .Mi Mary C. IJuruNT.
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere.
FOR SALE BY ..,
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all the Celtbrrtted
Factories in the United
'9rTO jF tt&mflmt
IMl'OKTEHS, WHOLK8ALB ASI) KKTAI1. DKAI.EK8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.