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TTAWtTTAV &AZITTX: EBIPAT. JAJSUABY , 1895.-SKMI-WMKLY.
HEWS FROM THE ANTIPODES,
Tiie Taxation Qcesiion Causes the
ResIgsaiioE of a Minister.
JSOSCKEKV AND NEW ZE.ILV.ND.
m. t ; . a. ..r 7 V ... . Tit
IJ.U1S 15 UUL CUUDUCUI, IU COJ .Ufa tuux
mankind originated government and
nyinc that the Republic of Hawaii, as
constituted todav, expresses the cos-
.. m iW .,1-rt
I lOniS Sua USSgTKS UL lUC Jiuiiiv: J
oi tne cjuaoasn,'" anu -peuigree a um.
identical witn power." xne Eovereisu-
. ... . 3 - .. .1 n , M .ll CI C
troll s rirrlr. nnt on customs, however
venerable, nor ussres, however sa
credly regarded. Traditionalism is a
dead "issue in both Church and State
in this nineteentn century. "J.n
most ancient of cur crandmothers'
sail, or II it is so ciutu m mis
.i i -1 .1: 4 L K J.-
moist ironical ciiiunie iui iuuc
There is verv little use in Laving
" 1 t IS ? . .
civil, poiiuc&i, personai auu rsiigiuua
itELBOCRKE. Deo. 15. A ministe- the free use of such rights. This power
4 I. t S J
rial crisis has occurred owing to the Xla-dl arnot.
resignauon Oi sir Frederic SArgood, terefo merely th expressions of
31. L. C, ilinister of Defence. In a social customs and usages. The right-
letter beaiinsr date 14ih December. I eonsness of any governmental author-
addressed bv Sir F. tfanrood to tne I l.i: " "l u... ".iTT. " "
Premier, sir F. sarsood points out ment's securinc in the fullest possible'
.iiat prior io msroiiseauiig lojoia iue i aesrree tne ncms oi uiose who
2Iinistrvthevdiscnssed fnllv certain I under any of the different forms of
government, .bonus vary witn tne va
Victoria Jiem- Got era or Tfcr British
GoTcrsDHt "Will Arm Jilerhut
Vcsl The Libor Trde In the Sol-
oman JlicJ 1 DtIdc Out.
subjects, and came to 3 frank under
standing thereon. The question of
direct taxation by means of a "sur
plus or wealth tax" was one upon
which they agreed, but subsequently
a majority of the Cabinet decided ud
on the unimproved value of land and
an income tax.
Colonial Secretary Talks,
Accklaxd, Dec 15. Speaking at
Auckland tonight, the Colonial Secre
tary said that the Government intend
ed to deal with the question of the
Tori T I 1. . 3 A
iic-ikv cuuu. n im regain 10
portant British dependency like Xew
itauuu ivaa enuuea to oe treated
with raflrp rwivot hrTnnl "PriaKr-
who had spoken so loosely on the sub
ject that he had immediately to rush
to the papers to get his statements al-
icicu. xie aiso regretted mat tne
British Government should allow the
opinions oi one man to influence them
on the question of the Pacific cable,
and suggested that the time was com
ing when it would he necessarv for
tne juguaxi-speasing comxnumtv to
hold a conference on the subject of bi-
Sir John Thurston's Visit.
sydxey, Dec IS. Sir John B.
inursion recently visited the Solo
mon Islands. The'High.Commissioner
made a tonr nf thA Mtfom np Untisti
portion of the group the other por-
nun uciuugs ij uie vjermans ana in
tne course of his visit sir Joan assem
pica tne principal cruels as well as
tne traders, and addressed them as to
" Twmu isc cjLpvcicu ui meui un
der the cominc. -chantre of Rnvsrn.
meat. It isintended to send a Resi
dent Lommissioner to the Solomons
in thv-same way as has been done at
the Gilbert Islands. Head-huntiDg
-ad cannibalism were specially sin
gled out as practices which the British
i l. j - iviiciaie. iae
"uu iius; is uvidk out. mere is no
need for further legislation, for the
isti. mtu)5 io oe mat tne natives will
no: recuit lor Queensland or anv
1 ? rrt -- -
wu&r piace. tne ivnrrara met with
tne yueenstand labor vessel Lochiel
on the 4th insL She had then been
out tnree montns, and had onlv re-
-coited some fifteen bovs. Sir John
Thurston has promised that, under
tne .tsntisJi Kesident's supervlsion.the
traders who employ native labor on
iheir vessels for boat work will have
licenses issued to them bv the Resi
lient. L rider existing regulations
these licenses are issued from Svdnev.
surroundings under which different
people live. But every government, to
be legitimate, must conform to the ulti
msfi rnl nf rifht. and thfrpfor mnat
-o ;
not be incompetent nor iniquitous;
otherwise it is vicious and detestable
tyranny. Legality, mechanical and
?ervile,is confornaity to existing out
ward rules and regulations ; but loy
alty, exuberant and joyous, is intelli-
tAnf Anil tfntiiiifif 5i npvnfinn fn thA
leritimatp anihoritv. that in its exer
cise of sovereignty, "secures for us the
free use of our political rights. The
f"OPfl!nmiinf !n TTotpoIi TiAt ?C Tint" ft
matter of custom and usage, but an
intelligent, firm, liberal administra
tion of affairs, to secure their inalien
able rights. H.
IMPROVEMENTS AT THE REEF.
The Entire Jail is Now Ulaminated
With Incandescent Lamps.
H E Oahu Prison is
now illuminated at
night by electricity
instead of lanterns,
as was the custom
for many years. It
is a decided im
provement, and one that was much
needed. The wiring was done under
contract by the Hawaiian Electric
Company in three days' time. The
current is furnished by the Govern
ment's station. The ofhces and sleep
ing departments of Jailer Low and
Cordial Relationship Between Mr
Fuller and His Employees.
An Old Keldnt to Depart for Sail
Frnclc "With llli Family A
Handsome Girt Xretentd.
ilerchant Cruisers.
London. Deo. 7. Tho T?r!H;h o.n-
ernnient has issued orders for the per
manent arming of the vessels of the
ieeis o: tne Canadian-Pacific Rail
way Cempany and the Peninsular and
Oriental Company selected as armed
jc;iiBUL cruisers, .tacn steamer will
aiso carry a gunner.
An Imperial Subsidy.
London, Dec. S. The question as
to the proposal to grant an Imperial
-uuiuj iu uie new uantic steam ser
vice between Canada and England,
promoted by Mr. James Huddart. hai
been referred to the Inter-Depart-
utuuu i-w-iai ommutee.
Victoria's A'ch- Governor.
London-, Dec. 10. It is probable
that Lord "Rrasior. mil
- - - iunccu iue
ari of Hopetoun as Governor of Vic-
GARTER'S ADDRESS CRITICISED.
Correspondent Says it is Not Cor
reci or Logical in Inference.
Mb. Editor: Neither Mr. Carter1'
address on the ultimate aim of all
laws, nor your editorial on what laws
are, seem to me correct in statement
or logical in inference. To regard all
legislation as simply the formula for
a people's customs and usages, is as
much of a practical blunder as to swal
low the paper oa which a physician's
nrescriniinn xrrittAn int,)
mg the medicine compounds according
to the Dhvsipian'a rfirvf5nn t i
purely mechanical theory of human
nature and its relations, and aboat as
scientific as the old Ptolemaic theory
of astronomy that made the earth th'e
centre of the universe. There are
ethical principles at the basis
of all government and all legis
lation. The nature of man as social
rational, free, lies at the foundation of
all true scientific estimate of political
authority, legal justice, legitimate
sovereignty.
It is true that laws, as matters of
State legislation, are rules for regu
lating the social actions of men. They
are as various as the conditions and
needs of humanity. But such variety
does not contravene the underlying
fact of natural rights, and the neces
sity and sphere of legislation in the
adoption of such forma of common
action as will best secure those rights.
his assistants are Drovided with in
candescent lamps. There are three in
the front yard, eighteen in the main
building, six are fastened on the
hranphp nf thA hie two fhet clonic
in the center of the jail-yard, nine on
the Ewa sid of thA vard. find un
on the "Waikiki side. "The entire vard
is bnghi at night now, greatly facilit
ating tiew ork of the guards."
An are ireut nas oeen placed on tne
road on Ya WaJfcifc-i sirlA tvhinh i;1ite
up the prison wall. It is a sure safe
euard acainst the escane of anv of thA
trustys.
Anotner improvement that Mr. Low
has in view, and nno thnt will ha umn
accomplished in the erection of four
dark cells. They will be located In an
underground room now used for stor
ing awav nrov!.inn. TIia nnumf
cells do not answer; they allow light
to penetrate tnem, and conversation
going on outside can be liAarrf hv th
prisoners inside. The new cells will
oe Duilt oi concrete and brlisfc.
Prisoners who are serving Tnn son
tAnPAi. anr? vrhn rnnrnrf th
properly will be treated a little better
uereauer man ordinary prisoners. A
large cell is to h htiHf trhiVh will o
commodate at least six. It will be
SUDDlied with pots fnr rh a man T if.v.
win oe iurnisned lor readme purposes,
ami, iu ouier ways, tne men will fare
as well as prison discipline will allow.
juuc jLnjv. uas maae manv lm-
nrovements ahnnt th "rocfi cinna v.
' - .--. UC
has been in charge. It is a model of
neatness. The exterior and interior
nave oeen painted with soft colors,
instead of thA ulnomr whiton-nov.
- w w ... . ' IV. 1 1 1
that was formerly nsed. The prison
ers appreciate tne cnange, as it is not
so ua.ru on tneir eyes, it is on record
thatonp man 7nsf liia omcinlif
by .the glare of the white walls.
Herring, the man whn fa
for niurderinf T. T, TTnntcmon ;
n -iinw;iiiaUj is
very handy with a brush and nearly
ail oi tne decorative work was done bv
him.
Edward Gilsev. who
convicted for getting away from th
Australia wifh a hnntlnorl nf
is employed in the kitchen as a cook!
. i 7 " iuc al
leged conspirators, occupy- separate
Cell In thA msin onrnMn. T1,
allowed the freedom of the vard while
the prisoners are at work outside.
They do not have to depend on prion
fare, as the relatives of Bash aud Na-
wam senu mem cooked food, which
they divide with Crick. All persons
who have business matters to diseuss
with the men can see them every
Tuesday and Friday between S and
9 a.m.
At present there are but 140 prison
ers m conlnement, and most of thee
are serving short terms. There are
but few women, who put in their time
makinCT nlnthM fnr tVin nil
a iuev
nave a comfortable cottage outside of
tn5uu wnere tnev do the
sewing.
Jlr Glide Receiver! hv ni!.
Tha Foreign Department has re
ceived official notice from the Ber
lin Foreign Office that Mr. H. F.
Glade hag been renpivAd h. tl
German Government as ffhama
d'Affaires and Gousui-General of
Hawaii. Freifaerr vnn MarichalJ
over whose signature thp )ett
C i
comes, takes occasion tn tiwnl- nf
Mr. Glade's excellent qualifications
for the-po'ition, and expresses his
pleasure in entering into official
connection with him as Charee
d'Affiiircs. S
Km fWawaHi. Dec. S3. On Christ
mas at Pahala a grand luau was given
by E. W. Fuller, the retiring mana
PAP nf thA rTawaiian Aericultural
v. - --a
Company to all the employees of the
plantation. A native string band
furnished music during the repast and
.iftprwani stvAeches were made by
Messrs. Brommagen, Awa, Wilbur-
ton, and J. S. Emerson who all testi
fied to the good leeiiug mat uau ex
isted between Mr. Fuller aud the em
ployees and expressed their regret at
Mr. Ava, on behalf of the natives,
estimable qualities which had en-
. . . J nrD.,Knln
tneir manv years' resweuwanaunm.
On the 2Sth, as a further token of
esteem tuey "were preseuieti wiw au
Ipimnt set of silverware. Mr. Puller
uiui presenr. wuicu ue suuum amoa
UcCtSUriT it iU. C VJl .V&ata&
Ufinnciiin pvisHnir between the em.
ployees and himself.
On leavinsr Pahala on the 29th the
1 -. T---1 1 - .J 1.1-
Car in WniCU iMr. r ui.cr auu uiaiaui-
. . . in
witn maue ana everreeus, auu lueui
selves fairly smothered in leis and
band and a large number of planta
tion hands and friends acompanying
... -r-r
n rn iniinmnr- ninrnintr ior Hnnn.
lulu on the W. G7 Hall.
Mr. Fuller leaves by the Australia
on Saturday with his family and will
reside in San Francisco for the pres-
ant T Ti"iil ay fine hoAVl it, flia am.
ploy of the Hawaiian Agricultural
rVimnnnv fnr nvpr tvrplvA vpnru no.
suming the management four years
ago ou the retirement of the late
Daniel Foster.
The last sad tribute was paid to Mrs.
W. IT. Oallachpr nn Thnrmlnv mnrn.
ing, December 20th. Shortly after 9
nVlruIr fhp rnrfotA cfnrfA.1 fmm fha
house aud proceeded to the church
1 ll. . T- . . -
wnere tne jsev. jjatuer itauit per
formed the last sad rites of the Reman
Catholic church. The mill suspended
work in the forenoon so as to allow
the employees to show their respect
for the deceased. The interment took
place in the yard in the rear of the
church, but will remain there only a
few days as Mr. Gallagher intends
taking the remains to Hay wards, Ala
meda county, Cal., the former home
of the deceased.
It is reported that Colonel Sam.
Xorris fell from his horse, but is not
seriously injured.
The Iwalani arrived at Punaluu on
'inursaay morning, with Messrs. Geo.
Robertson, a 31. Walton, P. Lee, O.
White and Fisher. 3Tr. Robertson
will install Mr. Walton as manager of
the Hawaiian Agricultural Company.
Tne Iwalani took SOOj) bags of H. A.
Co. SUirar. and Ipft nhnnr. norm fn-
Kona, where she will take a ship
ment oi uoionei corns' cattle to Ho
nolulu. The mills are not turning out much
sugar on account of the scarcity of
water not enough to flume cane to
keep the mills going.
Naalehu and Hilea mills are both
grinding and will onniinnp n nn tr.
April. It is estimated that their crop
iii ue uuouc o,wu tons.
The Hawaiian Airinlfnnl Cnn
DanV Will bp thrnilfh rrinrtinr. fn.
season bv the lash nf iUa roo.- o,,.i
have shipped nearly 3.S00 tons for the
season.
It is reported that a change is to be
made in the management of the
Punalun hotel; it is a change that
should have been made some time
ago.
No fire has appeared in the crater
yet, but plenty of smoke is visible:
which is caused by the sides contin
ually caving in. It is said that steam
has appeared in several parts of the
district within an area of fifteen miles
of the crater. Smoke or steam has
also been seen on Mauna Loa. If such
is the case, a Xew Year's call from
Madame Pele, in the shape of a lava
now, will be expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Mills of Waiohinu,
have changed their residence to Maui!
It Caused a vspnnnr in ihn vrr:i.!
school, as Mrs. Mills was assistant
ieai:uer.
Work will soon be resumed on the
.refer Lee mail. nnA 5 to ,.i t. ,,
not be long before a drive with ease to
.i?c vuicauu can oe accomplished.
u.um
CHLORODYNE
CRIGI1IL AND CNLT 6EKUINL
QOUCHS,
QOLDS,
STHNIA,
BRONCHITIS
DR. J. COLLIS BROWNFS CHLORODTBE-
v i.Chincellor Sir. V. I'aGK WOOD iated
In Conrt thdl Ur.a. COLLIS BROWNS
tra unaoaDieair ine i hjii ' v nuunv
DYNK.thiltbe whole ory of Iho defendant
Frecnisn deiibcn-lj ununc, ud ho rc
crelted to ay it lid b.-en torn to. See The
Tines. dnljlj. is.
J. COLLIS BROWnFS CHLORDDTBE
I a Itqnla mcaicine wuica j;;asv; i u
EVERT KIND, afford? a calm. refrchlnc lo?p.
WITHOUT HEADACHE, and INVIUORATES
nn
Ull. . w w - '
Is a llonld medicine
EVERT KIND, affort
th nermns srftens when txnausted. is the
GREAT SPECIFIC FOR"
CHOLERA. DTSEHTERY. OURRHtEA
THE GENERAL BOARD OF HE LTII. L0N-
Tr.V. PTJPnRT tht ll AtlT !l f!ARf nn
dose general! r snfflclent.
Dr. GIBBON, Army Medical Sua. CalcntU.
MB OK DIARRHtEA."
DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE
iwiheTRUB PALLIATIVE In
NEURALGIA, GOUT, CABCER,
i uu i Haunt, HMtumaiiiin.
nR j rmiK RRnuc'rm nennvftr
KapldlT cats short all attacks of
EPILEPSY, SPASMS. COLIC.
IMPnnTlllT rXIITinN nivrvcp
SALE of this REMDEY has riven rise to many
MENT STAMP the NAME of the INVENTOR
DR. J, COLLIS BROWNE. SOLD IN BOTTLES
is. l)id.,Sj.5d.,and4s. 6d..by all Chemist.
CUUIt 1AALIAV 1 XwZ. iv
, . J. T. DAVEBPORT,
8 Great Rnssell Street, London, W.C.
SOMTCTH
J JLT.H..1 J JL. JUL
IVI Dvipan i
VERY FINE.
Said to bs Super
iox' to Havana s !
TRY
Importers of Tobacco. Cicara, Siaokcra'
"Ventim. Sto.. ictc.
JOHN
-IMPOKTEK AND DEAT.rp ,
POWELL'S
BALSAM OF ANISEED
WILL CURE YOUR COUGH
ALL THE WORLD OYER, THE RECOG
NIZED COUGH REUEDT. lulaatiu
mable Taint.
20,000 CHEMISTS SU It.
Those x-ho haxe not already firea It a trial
thoald do so at once.
In palace and cottage alike, Powell'i Balaam
iii j ,ItJ Urse.ta' throajhont the whola
ciTllized world proclaims Its creat worth.
Loosens the phlegm Immediately. Nirateoaga
qctckly relieved. See trado mark aa aboya o
each wrapper.
See the words "Thomas Powell, BlsekfrUii
Koad. London." on the covernment stamp.
Refuse imitations. Established 1324.
Sqnatters and farmers when orderint their
stores should not omit this time-kenoured consh
remedy.
,v?JVC0JSPH-p0WEI-1',s BALSAM OF
AiSAEDt F?R -ASTHMA. INFLUENZA, etcl
So d by chemists and storekeepers throushont
the Anstralian. New Zealandand Cape Cololea.
Koitlej Is. ltjd. and 2s, Sd.
iients for Hocolnln,
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd,
I I ftdnjitted at the!
Nesde's Mffic Food fcr infiau has, dorinz 23
donors lad
xtthers thronshoot the world, and is now ca-
nft ??iv . CrTi-Vr:.!1. lor
. 11 snves
aos.LKgisgd:Ca,SoAg-u,g Homyt,N. T,
The Agency for
2ESTLE'S MLXK POOD
15 WITH THE
Hollister Drnj Company, Limited
522 Fort Street, Honolnln, H. I.
CONSOLIDATED
ISoda Water Worb Company, Limited
j Zsplinide, Comer AlieD ui Fori Sts.
i
HOLLISTER & CO.,
37i0 iboz-lj Agdtite.
Why? Because
The "World's Fair Directors were
satisfied that Ayer's Sar
saparilla is tho
Best of Bloed-Purifiers
AND THE
FINEST TONIDJN THE WORLD.
To Quicken the Appetite,
Believe that Tired Feeling,
and Build up the System,
Take
Ayer's SarsaparllSa
PREPAEEO B-
Dr. J. C. AVER fi CO, Lowe!!, Kast, U. S. A.
Sale byHOLLIBTER BHDS CO.
owstji auu iron JLianges, toves ann
HODBKBPms 800D8 IM
RUBBER
LIFT AKD FOBOS PUHPS.
Flumbsra' Stock, Vfater and
irlumbing:, Tin, Copper and S
0
DIMOND BLOOK. 95 and 97
B)stoTi iine of Packets.
hipperb ill ple,iie take
,35K notice thst the
MgS- AMERICAN BARH
JOHN ). BREWER
faVPB ?-e5T York .0D or Eb"nt TAY
.uje por,, n saiucient indnce
ment offers.
r.lFoT fnrttier information, apply to
Cha. Brewer & Co., 27 Kilbj Pt , Boston.
ITono'uln. Attenta.
V 0 U I tv. Li "t H D . r f
JPER BARK C. . BRYi
BABY CARRIAGES of all sfcvW
Hand bewing Machines, aU -with the latest imp
Also on hand
Westerniayer's Celebrated Cottage
T"i 1 -
ranor urgans, trmtars and other ilnsical It
SfFor sale by
KD. HOFFSCHLAEGER
- ' sr t:
THE HOLLISTER
Aiih SHOWING- THE FTXE9T
CITY OF
Handsome Toilet Cases,
Manicure Sets,
Oflor Cases, Sachets,
AND TI
PDnM rrnr i i f it
LUNnopft no
ATKINSON. ETC.

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