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No. 6. Honolulu, .EC.JC, Monday, May 6, 1895. 5 Otsi.
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Tho, following Iptlor from
Claronco W. Ashford, a Hawnuan
exilo, now in this city, throws
sorao light upon tho mannor in
which tho Govornmont "of tb.
Islands is trpntiug. political
Editor o the Evoning Post:
In your jssuo of Saturday-
appears a lottor from
at Honolulu, which
one of . your ovening contemporaries
also prints, in which an of-
fortismadp to clear thoH'awai
inn Govornmont of tho imputation
of oruolty in its treatment of piy"
brother, Voltiey V.. Ashford,
during his rocont restraint there
as n political prisonor. Tho untruths
in your .correspondent's
account are sp glaring that I
oravo spaoo to rof.uto spmo of
them. I, ouoto hia words, ins follows:
"Ashford hud boen
an nfFeotion of tho. spine,
which, unless ho wont to ti
climato for troatinont, must
sopnor or later rsnlt fatally.
During his confinement ho. had
not boon treated as n prisoner,
.oxoopt that ho was kept under
survoillanco. Every attention
had boon, paid him so fat as food
and modioal attoution woro
WaivinR tho fact that my
time, of. tho Into allogod.!' rebellion"
to havo takon any part in.. it,
I nsaortitliflt, from tho time of his
a'rrost ho has boorikftpt as plose
a prisoner as anywith"injtho, wal)s
of. Honolulu's coral, hpll. IThat
he was not locked in a Cx8'foot
coll to sweat his lifo out was
.causo be was too ill to admit ot
such confinement, iso ho was kept
in tho hospital ward. Up to the
time of his trial and 'aentonco for
misprision of treason.ho was permitted
to receive tho attentions
of. his own physician-upon
his paying for it. But for
that time onward ho
that, privilege, although his
was cPhetantly becoming
I was a, follow prisoner with my
brotbor for soyon we.Qks, and. during
thosuccooding fortnight J saw
him. almost . daily. I thorpforo
speak from porsonal observAtion,
and dirpot knpwlodgo, up to tho
dato of my xloparturo from 'Honolulu
last month. After; my
I was called by tolophpno
to the. prison by. tho humanp.and
obliging jailor, Mr. Low, who in-
lormou me tuat my urotnor was
u.ni(in ntil mnntAH l ner wia kt v
UWAOVI W4 IIUIIDUU fcVf O&U JJlUl J.lm
'tor conferring with tho lattor as
to tho -moans of socuring for him
medical aid., and. convincing
thoro was no ubo in, appealing
;to any of tho gavorn.naen.tal
rstrappers, I tolophonod direct to
rtlr. Dplo, oarly pn. a, Snnday
morning, reminding him that tho
prison physician was not suoh a
practitionor as ho or any mombor
of tho Govornmont would call to
his houao professionally, tolling
him ray .brother ,was dfsporatoly
ill, jtnc. indodcd , liis phyaiaian
in whoso professional skill and
acquaintance with his enso ho
had otifidonco, Mr. Dolb is a
.most amiable .manfin his
arid promised faithful-
HyJjJsp. hiBjnimp.npo, to correct.
the.conditlons poraplainod of, At
urgoht iroquost lip promlsod
to .put tjio . tblophonp into
Borvlcpitoihat end, but.
iat nopn of, .thV).doy' Jollowing mj?
brother was still suffering and
without modioal aid, for ho
to bo oxporimoniod upon
by the' prison surcoon. I then
learned and aftorward had ocoa
sion to confirm, viz. , thatMr Dole
.has Tory littlo influouco in tho
Hawaiian Govornmont. It would
bo abettor govornmontxif ho had
,moro influcnco. .
for. about ton ' days
inybrothor, though still vory ill;
was denied his physician, oxcopt
.that tlio lattor was pormittod onco
to call and consultwith the prison
surgeon upon tho caso. 33oforo
loaving Honolulu, and bolioving
that. tho. political opinions of my
brother's physician (oppoled to
tho Government) might bo tho
causo, of tho arbitrary- deprivation
montioncd, I agrood with a
clever practitionor in tho Govornp
ment camp that ho Should
ondoavur to seatiro professional
access to ,tho sufft'rer. 'All any
information sinco doparturo, up
to which timo my pln had . not
succooded, .shows :that tho same
courso of deprivation and refusal'
of compotout modioal attondanco
to my hrothor ljas sinoo. boon
followed. Yielding to tho.sevority
I his illness and tho prison discip -
lino,, against iwhioh
condition made lit impoBsible ifor
uim to. longer contend, tuo
suUmittod. to tho oxpprimonts"
6f tho :fliciul dooto As a result
ho .was at ono prostratod with
alarming symptoms, which woro
lator loarnod to havo, resulted
from ;tho oxperimentul
olforts to ,(aeo how, much
strychnine ho (the patient) could :
IToarful. of being slowly,
rapidly poisoned, or
"" nt out of prison by 'tho
cemotory , - c
further submission to tho dolicato
attentions of the Govornmont. to
his hoalth, ray broth6r has, as I
loam, accoptod tho altornativo of
agrooing to loavo the country in
roturn for a release from prison.
But when the day of reloaso camo
ho was ton. ill to stand, and had
to bo carriod to tho Queen's- hospital;
tho caro of
a competont physioian, ho is
slowly-mending, though still unable
to travol His lifo will doubtless
bo ranch abbreviated as a
rosult of his imprisontnont all
for his opinions us- to what
My brother has boon fromTUis
birth a British, subject, being ' a'
native of Canada. But his foroign
allogianco did not proyont his
joining tho army that was bal-v
tling for tho Union, whon ho.vjas
soaro more than a child, nnd ho
uphold tho, flag of tho Union
many a field of blood.' Nursed in
doplr'tnos of libor'ty, and f.roo apd
popular. go v.ernrneut, ,ho
tho family compact despotism
whioh Messrs. Dole & Co. Bought
to concoal bonoath a ropuliljoim1
labol. For liis fomority. in that
rospoct ho was proscribed by . .tjio
ruling faction. Tho outorppping1
glipg ontorprisp nflbrded
a rnsorfc to that
labolod. martial law; a
military comBois!" ion, nono of whpm
woro lawyers, and only two 'of
whom wero attorneys, whilo all
woro pliant and projudipod,
usurpod tho functions of tho pivil
courts;, tho funduraontal right of
tho trial "byjuiy
was calmly abrogated by tho
Mropublican" govornmont,.. hnd
tho commjssion responded' toLtho
"duty" of crowding tho prison
with tho indisorjpptj verities oh
tho dominant oliquo,, my unfortunate
brother boing ono of tho
victims. Thoro ho was oven
denied th'o privilege of boing
furnished) with Bwpetiinilk itom
my homo,, though his physician
ordered t)iat diet, and tho prison
did not dilbrd. Yot ' youv -most,
truthful ' corrospondonC' iBdys1'
"ovory nttontion has heon paid
him so far as food and medical
attention woro oonoornod,"
Clakenok y. ABirj'oun. "
' San Francisco, April 2Q, 1895. .,
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'Forth Home Circle
Oho. of tho healthiost
able, if not tho healthiest,., grown
is tlioionion; yot,.'8trango to say,
but few people ubo it as. -liberally
qs they should. Boiled onions,
used frequontly Mn' a family of
ohildron, will ward off many of
jtho diseases to whioh tho littlo
ones nrP subject. The principal
dbjPction to tlio promisououa uso
of this yogetablo is that tho odor
oxhalod after oMing' Is so
A 'oup of . strong coffoo
takon imm'oiliatoly after eating is
olaimod to bs Oxcdllont in counteracting
,this effoot. -Although
(fotvaTday or bo nftpr oating.pniom
thobroath may ha.vo a
abloiodor, yet after 'this limp it
will bo much swootorthuo. boforo.
A qpigh,py,rap in whioh onions
form Ati im,portant,part .is, ma.de by
taking one pup of,v.in,egorpno cup
of treaolo and half, a pup of cut-up,
onippa. .Put on tho Btoyo ind
'sirinmorjialf. an hour, or unUl.tho
onions aro soft.; Thbn reniovo
ahd strain, Tiiko a toaspopnful
bf'thiB froquontlyrwhon troubled
With a cough, 'and unlo'ss very
deop soatod tho c,ough will not
Now that, silvorwaro is being
offorpd for salo atjsuch unpsually
lo'w prioes manufactured articles,
can ho bought at loss than
thoir o'quivalont woight in silv.or
dollars, . it is asserted it'.soom3
ot tlio silver
ohost to come into moro genoral
Many American fimilios havo
already borrowed tho fashion,
and a silver ohost is bought for
each little daughter boforo her
Friepds soon.como to know that
single, apoona or othor pj.opos aro
aeooptablo gifts for tho little
.maid, and oaoh birthday, oach
Christmas or Eagtortido swolls.tho
contents of tho silver chest.
Everything goos into the c.host,
;and npthing.coincs out, no matter
what prossuro may bo, brought
to boar, until tho
arrives. Thon Iho littlo .maid
who has treasured her gifts with
truo houscowifdly oaro .is suro to
find hprself .poBSoasod of a most
comfortablo littlo outfit of silverware
to carry to hor now homo
should bo hold to tho
firo and thoroughly dripd before
boing usod They absorb a groat
ddal of moistiiro, and if not so
troatbd provioiisly, tho flow of
oil is impeded. ' Anothor 'plan is
to'.stoop iho wick in vlnogar. and
thon dry thoroughlyhoforo using.
This' provonta smoking. .Thon
again, in some oils thoro is a
certain amount of sbdlmont whioh
ninkfl to tho bottom of 'tho
voir and settles on that part dpi
tho wiok'whioh lids ' thoro. Tho
oil will not flow in a dirty wiok,
iVhon thoro is not a gobd l flow of
-oil a good light cannot bo obtain
ed. Wicks whioh havo becomo
foul may bo cleansed by washing,
JorboiUngiir soffwaterahd soap;
thon rinsod and dried. Tho
lamp.? rosdrvoiiv should bo kept '
filled low 'tho
flow of oil is iraporfoot, and tho.
xnis a poor iigui anu
G'rdftSo'SPQtSmay bo, romoved
! i i t' i
from wall papor by putting oloan
,'blottingl pnpor oyoi'
prosslng itMvitu' a hotflatiron.
,)ahies;. skirts, arp.no.t piadp .too
lpB 0" ilolioatbj t
ovon snard tho torment of boing
drossod atullftfo thp .first.dwo
wpoks. f,Th6y iaro,M instead,
wrapped in grdat aqaaroa of
softest wool, :vx ito, left to. a
nearly Bbsoltito qiilot aH is pos-
siblo. And ovon whon tlio child
is dressed it is fpr oomfort only,
and no. longer for exhibition!
purposos. Modern babies aro
taught to oultivate ropose of
manner, and, qpmfort ,of body .is
tho first nooessity'for tho'roquirod
condition of mind.
Thoro aro so many smokers In'
tho world that ..any now crocipo
for cleaning pipoa is sure to find
rohdorfj. . A shallow cork, pel btill
bottor ft rubbor stopper, through
whioh a holo iabored largo ondug'h
to onnblo it to fit tightly on the
nozzlo of a siphon, is
fitted into tho bowl. Tho nozzlo
is insortcd, the muuthpiooo directed
into'n vossol, rtbijit a winoglaBS
of soda forced through and tho
Jas., F. Morgan.
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