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' ffili .DANIEL
WEDNESDAY, AVIUIj t, 181)0.
Tlioro wan a mooting of tho
(Jhninhor of Coiniiuuoo this morn
ing io eonsulor tho complaint Mint
1iih Iilhmi piihlinliiHl in California
iiuwHpitpui'H, of nllogoil unfair oon
dilionn niiiintiuiiod horo ngaiiiHt
tho Inulo of tho Pnoilio Const, in
whiuh tho importation of Jnpii
iiOHO liquor to tho injury of Cnli
forniu'8 wino intorost in niou
llonud. Tlio mooting ilooid
od tluil tho Clmmbor of Coin
morco nhouhl luko no no
lion art iv body, hut individual
momhcrtf would collect statistics
on our trado rotations to forward
to California. ' tt was idalod Hint,
an tho iinportatioiiH from tho Unit
od StatcH liad shown an inuroase
in 181M5 or SluO.000 ovor 1891, tho
CaliforniaiiH hud no reason to
complain that Hawaii was not
living up to her sido of
tho reoiprocity treaty. Tho
alarm of tho CaliforniaiiH, ho
fur iih wo can hoc, iirono from
Homo uowupapor gossip origin
ating in Honolulu, about legisla
tion that it waH Haiti would bo
attempted hero for iiiHtanuo, a
prohibitory liquor measure, which
would stop importation of Cali
fornia wines, and a revenue
nioiiHiire, which would bo
liable to ruduue tho amount
of (hat article imported. Tho
CalifoniiaiiH hooiii (o havoeried out
before they woro hurl. Man I'Van
iiIhco may, however, be feeling tho
lotm of Hiigar IjiihIiipbh from tho
filiipmonlH io Now York, and Home
Iohh of trade from the growing
competition of l'tigol Sound ports.
TIujbu things ought not to bo
argued agaiunt thu treaty, ho long
as the Hawaiian trade with tho
United Slates as a whole continues
Tlioro !s a ntroiig ariiulo in tho
.Foreign and Colonial importer
find UritiHh Trado Itoviow on tho
Transvaal question. Jt contends
that tho matter cannot bo allowed
to work out 11h own uoijuol, with
out aid from tho mother country,
without dangor of striking a
violent blow at Dritinh inlluonce
ovor her colonies and at tho faith
of her HiibjoolH abroad. Tho
article concludes by Haying that
thu question is far from boing
ho It led, "and tho outcome wilt bo
oithor juslico by tho Uoeis' own
not, or Door Hubmission to force"
Tlioro is Homothing strango in
tho oxistonco of two companies
Hooking a charter from tho United
States for a Pacific cable. Ah
Col. Spalding ha tho oxoltiHivo
right to laud a cable in tho Ha
waiian JhIiukIh from tho Nortli
Ainorican coast, why does ho not
oIiooho bolwoon tho rivalH and toll
tho rejected ono that it may iih
well savo it breath to cool its por
ridge? It iieoniH an iiiHtruico of
great power hold lightly.
I'iikoi Htroot might bo improved
without breaking tho road fund.
It Iiiih boon neglected while Iohh
important trooln have boon put
in good shape.
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I.KilSI.ATI'Kt: IN HUSSION.
ConduHttl row Vijt.
Tho korosono oil bill was taken
up for Bocond roading.
.Hop. .Hobortson spoko in favor
of tho bill, Haying that tho com
mittee's umcudmoutfe removed
objections. Tho uudonyritorH
woithl bo Hatisliod if tho oil was
not burned in tho city of llono -
Minister Smith was sorry tho
bill of Hiinilar intrport was de
feated at tho nrevioiiH session,
Hop. Hyerofl thought there was
no danger in using the brand of
oil mentioned in the bill, 100 de
grees tiro lost, for fuol. 'Lhousands
of oil Htoves wcro in uso in Cali
fornia. It was iii hi "jiinion safer
jMiinster Sinitli iliil nut rin'iir
having tho nil uh.hi Tur fuol in tho
city, iih if it was allowed tlioro
wou lit no no way ot nrovniiunii
its uso for illuminatini! mirposoH
.Meforo tho present law originated
there woro a great many tiros,
Home attended with loss of life,
by the explosion ot lamps. At
llrat the tiro test was put at 100
degrees, and a large amount if oil
had to ho exported because it
would not Htund tho test. Later
it was raised to 120 degrees ho
thought. (Hop. Itoborlson llfi.)
ThoAtloruoy General closed by
moving an nmoiidmont that tho
purpose for which tho oil was to
bo employed should bo Htated in
tho licoiiHO. This was seconded
by lion. Jxobortsoii and carried.
With Boino minor amondnionls
tho bill passed and was ordorod
read a third liino on Saturday.
Adjourned at 11:15.
NOT1.8 Of BOTH HOUfllW.
.ludgo Kalua, an old legislative
warhorso, wns a visitor to tho
HotiHO this morning. Ho must
have thought it a rather quiet
place compared with Aliiolani
Halo in tho yours from JHi)2 to
A foaturo of tho minstrel hIiow
will bo the llnulo of the first part
ontitlod tlio "Awkward Ktiuud; or,
Look Out for tho Kornall."
All Day Friday.
Send in Your Orders Early.
Hot - - Bun
At Horn' llnlcrrj-, Ilolol Nlrntl,
l'rom C o'clock ThiirHilny v. ji, until FiM.iy
Change of Law Firm.
Harlwoll, ThuiHlon it Stanley
hayo dissolved tlmir Law partimr
hip as of Mnrcli Hist, Air. Harl
woll remaining in the ollico ovor
Bishop's bank and Mossrs. Thurs
ton fe Stanley moving tolhoollices
formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch
on Kaahumimii street, whoro they
will do busiiioss togothcr under
tho firm name of Thurston A' Stan
ley. '2157-1 w
HRVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked .Rolled Oats.
Tlio origuuil brand.
J loaltljl'nl. RVsonomioal,
Jji Fin I'D t (rum mikI IkiII't tint 11 miy otlitr limml,
JUT Kofwilo by U L"iillii,! O rotors
FJ1ANK B. PETERSON & CO.
S 1 AGENTS
HVHNUNO JJUhWWV. AJJIII. I, Jll).
At a mess dinner (he conver
sation turned on animal train-
"Ahl" said Aajor Binks, "I
remember when I was at Dog"-
lie used to
I tamed an oyster,
follow me all ovai
me nouse line auoK. . ue ivi - ;
Mlilivltrl l.L-al tf Ml-tllif hlfll tf
il I l, , Tl.. !'. .
iiniiitiio iijcu iu uiiuj, nun iu
desseit, like a child, and he
would sit on the tabic at my
side with his shell open and
i crack filberts IllOSt alTectioil-
ale little creature."
"Have you got him still?"
asked a doubting auditor.
"No, sir; he came to an un
timely end. A friend of mine
came into the dining-room in
my absence, saw the oyster with
his shell open and swallowed
him. I shall never have an
other such pet 1" exclaimed the
major with a sigh.
"No doubt your friend swal
lowed the oyster," said the
president, "but I'm afraid we
can't swallow the story."
There are all sorts of stories
and there are all sorts of stoves.
This week we want to tell
you a little story about PAN
SY STOVES, and we antici
pate that you will have no
difllcully in swallowing it,
even if the oyster story was
too much for you.
PANSY STOVES are the
best in the market and that is
why we handle them. Wc
sell a stove a day averaging
the year round and most of
them are Pansies, and they are
"daisies" too for that matter.
We don't propose to be under
sold by any one in these isl
ands on the stove question.
All we ask of those wanting
stoves is that they come and
look at the Pansy. This stove
will sell itself without any
talking on our part..
We have the Pansy in three
numbers, 6, 7 and 8. It has
five holes on top, burns wood
or coal and has all the very
latest improvements, even to a
"Kicker." With this little
arrangement the housewife
kicks the oven door open with
out burning or smutting her
lingers pr spoiling her temper.
Ask vour neighbor about
the Pansy stove. Only this
morning a lady came in and
said she had been using one
of our Pansy stoves for the
lust four years, but her family
had got so large lljal she want
ed a larger sized stove,
although the old one was good
yet. We sold her another
For a stove suitable for a
large household wc recom
mend the Columbia. This
is a stove with six holes and
much more elaborately orna-
1 mentcJ than the Pansy.
1 We repeat again that we
will not be undersold on stoves
by any firm in the islands.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Ojiposito Shekels' JJank,
NO. 307 FPBT STREET,
itosulte of Uoiiosig;.
"My watch in giving Um at
in(t mitkfiMstloii; I Hotnally w
liovn it dom not vary h gooWtl
during the WMk.
Ploaannt ltMiinrka Uknw. Jjifl
tho kind f Imlm n wntolmmkr
needs occasionally U kaqp up
liif gplriU. l r you know
working nil dny on n biyli
. stool, u uUm firmly scr.wud
: into ono eyo, looking at olj U
so minulo it takes n iniqrosooiw
to disttiii'iush thorn, is not tho
IUHSIIIIU&b OITUll ItHIII WliiUll
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So it's no wondor n fullow
jjjots nil out of sorts occhsiod-
ally, and then it's tho time n
. , in. ii i
vv ramiu'Ks nuo tno uuovo
docs what all tlio putont inedi
oino in tho world could not ac
complish, ohocrs up, niakos
things look brightor, tho not
j ok goes all tho smoother.
Speaking of'tho ubovo watoh:
It wns an old ono. Tho wuurur
had used it steadily for forty
years. It had run onough;had
revolved its wheels so long and
stendily, that at last it wns
tired out. Tho pivots woro so
worn, the wheols just wobhlud
nnd wobbled, then stopped al
togothor. What was to bo
dono'l Throw it away? Get a
now ono. Yes, but tho wonror
valued it for its associations, it
was as dear to him as his best
friondjso nothing would do but
build it nil ovor as it woro, ro
now tho parts, put honio go
into it, That wo accomplished
it to tho entire satisfaction of
tho ownor, his ronmiks above
would surely leavo no room for
doubt. And wo can do the
samo with yours, somotinios
thoy go a littlo too far, and tho
cost for reconstruction is too
muohbut generally no work
is too intricato for us. Tt is
that which wo brag about,
complicated work is our Strong
hold. Isn't it ronsonablo now
to supposo that wo aro better
ablo to do your loss intricate
work? Wouldn't it bo safer to
givo us tho custody of your
watch altogether, no mntlor
what the trouble, and bavo a
fooling of certainty as to its
1ST 13 "W
AHOVH OAJl IH
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