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ing, with Mr. Lowell's politician,
"in freedom's cause as far away
as Paris is," and let the foreign
nations alone. There is no more
foreign nation in composition
and want of real national senti
ment than this. Oar historical
yelling and bullying abroad
arises from a secret consciousness
that there is really no deep and
common national spirit among us,
the aliens of a hundred bloods.
Let us put ami' our guns and
take up our pens, stop shooting
and shouting, mind our owu
business, respect the law, cease
trailing after cranks and blather
skites as if the whole Amorican
people were a Coxey's Common
weal, set onr h mse '.n order, live
cleanly, repent in sackcloth and
.ashes, and shut np Aiien!
-In Town Topics.
lio Rata)' Land Co.
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TO BWA MILL.
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Cleave Ewa Mill C.-21
iLcdvo Pearl City
A Saturdays only.
0 Sundays excepted.
D Saturdays excepted.
JUNE 1 1S94.
rh I Fr Sat
15 lG? 17
Full Moon, .
1S 1S)J 20 2l! 2. 2t
20) 27i 2S. 29i 30
Vessels in Port.
TJSSPhilRae'nWa, Barker. . .
fiTTJ i ' M!D mo. Nomura, iuwi aiua.
npanese Twining btop iv n-gv l o k
Ktmr Morning Star, .Garhmd.
4tm bit Newsboy. Mollestad, N S VT.
a liVL Itobert'Sudden. TJhlburpr, N S W.
f Briii W G Irwiu, McDonald, Smi Fiancisco
AGcxbfe iClad&. Stege, Liverpool.
fSchr K Vf Bartlett, Lavsan Island.
U$k Matil la, Svenson, Departure Bay.
Bk Discovery. Christianson. S P.
tBfcS G Wilder, McNeil, S F.
TAm Wc C?yloa, Calhoun, S F.
'Sohr Aloha, Dabcl, S F.
At a meeting of the stockhold-J
;ersof tho H OLOMUA PUBLISH
ING CO. (Limited) held on tlm
t32oth iusU tuo louowmg persons
l--.-' " "
'OitAS. B. Wilson President
TG.,E- SxiTHrES,. becretary
Kb t MWr .Auditor
ayu.. ' .
UOABD OF XAXAOERS:
5 G W.' ASHFOKD, A. Jf. l'ET8S0X
; axd F. Harrisok.
G. E. SxrrniKS,.
E. P. Low is in town.
Buffalo Bear at the, Royal.
Punabou closes tbimerfow for
the lonr vacation.
s at it aiiain to dv.
The Paradise of the Pacific" for
June is out, and for -sale at the
bookstores. - .
.The xrawa should arrive
nest Saturday with one
for Port Townsend.
It is stated that the new .Cons
titution will be promulgated on
the 4th of Julv.
"B.. Schneider has been appointed
Government Veterinary vice AY
T. ilonsirrat resigned."
Messrs Spreckels and Follis
eft fr Maui yesterdny.- "They
will remain at Spreckelsville for
some time. '
Mr. A Rosa ar.d Mr. AV. A.
Kinney returned from Vailnku
this morning, where they have
t tended Court.
A Slute "was 'fired -at noon
from the war-vessels -in port in
lionnr f the xnniversnry of Queen
Victoria's Ascension day.
To-rmorrow night the benefit
take5 nlnce at the Onera House.
Dnn't rrmke any o'her engagement
but go there.
The T o-gue mots to-night at
8 p. ra. at its hall, corner of King;
nnd Nuusn-i Streets. Messrs
Baldwin and Robertson will speak
The public is invited.
Messrs G. J. Stoneraan and A'."
Bronson have.been admitted to the
Bar, a -d w'll practice law in th's
city. The new law firm occup'es
the office above Bishop & Co's
Through a misunderstanding a
notice was publihseJn'theSoLO
MUA ctating thsii a meeting would
be held vof the members ot the
Jockey Club next Friday. Such
is not, the case.
The new directory which will be
issued by Messrs Bradford and
Clay will undiubterMy prove a
isucces? and will be a valuable book
of referanc. All the mechanical
work will be done in Honolulu.
To dav is the Anniversav of
; Quem Victoria's J
rrtiu tu w
Ascension, on the
I unusa xnrone wnicn iocs piace
has consequently ruled
I The Star states
that there will
be & combined parade and drill of
the p. g. braves and the Philadei
phii men on the 4th. of July. Is the
comma nder-in chief-wjth-tberank
pf-Coioael going to Baadfe the
corxb-natica? " , . ; '1
:1- r i. ,
Mr. plood of Boston a well
known taxidermist who is visiting
the islands, returned this morn
ing from an excursion to Wai
manalo and islands in that
viciuity. A very good result paid
Mr. Flood for his trouble. He
shot abont 50 birds of different
classes and collected nearlv a
hundred eggs. The birds will
now be stulfed and preserved.
Mr. H. Aldrich, in whom-
rthe authorities late have shown
an intense interest, appeared this
morning at the station house and
paid his respects to Marshal
Hitchcock, who, in return, served
him with a warrant and took him
into custody. Bill- hasn't been
in hiding at all, so he says, and
he was rather surprised to hear
that "Old Sleuth" Larson and
.forty-seven other detectives have
been looking for him in vain.
"Wbj, he was right there all the
time, except when he took a ride
or a walk. Mr. Aldrich will now
plaT hide and seek in Oahu jail
as a, prisoner of State for the next
thirty days. "The man with the
For The Ladies.
A special committee of the
convention meets this afternoon
to discuss the female suffrage.
All ladies interested in the
business have been invited to tye
present aud offered the freedom
of the floor. Yery few went and
why? Because Charles Girdler
on Kaahmnaun street had .issued
an invitation to the ladies to
come to his store and inspect his
new invoice of the finest lot of
Swiss embroideries, insertions,
flounciugs and edgings ever im
ported here. They must be seen
to be appreciated and Girdler
nearly gives them away for cash".
And who wouldn't prefer inser
tions to suffrage?
Ve do not hold onrselres responsible for
tho opinions or the utterances of our
Snnday morning while the con
flagration was in progess, com
plaints were loud on all sides
abont the inactivity and ineffi
ciency of tho so-called Fire
Department. In tho absence of
the Chief Engineer, the men after
finally getting in readiness to
utilize water wasted more inju
diciously appl3ing it than in
playing it where it would do most
good. They were apparent be
reft of reason and thanks to the
courage, and assistance of the
volunteers of the old department,
as well as providence, in that
there was no wind at tho time,
the fire was soon nnder control.
The corps of men as constitute tho
present Fire Department are
decidedly out of place and in
capable in case of an emergenc"
and the Board of Underwriters,
should lose no time in lookingiuto
this deplorable state of affairs.
Imagine the consequences, if
the fire bad started during the
night And been fagged on by a
. -. .UxBcawinEB.
The Japanese Tote.
The Japanese Government and
its agent here have won a signi
ficant victory in obtaining equal
rights for Japanese residing in
Hawaii. The provisions are so
that the Japanese 'in Hawaii no
longer is classed as an "Asiatic"
and no special legislation can be
made against him as formerly
has been the case. This is a step
iu the right direction and the
convention is to be complimented
on ifrnorinjx the howl of the anti-
Asiatio clubs aud do in what is fair
At present the clause in the
constitution will have onh small
practical effect A number of
Japanese are possibly qualified
to became naturalized and voters,
"but it is very doubtful if any
of them will bo willing to sacri
fice their allegiance to the Empire
of the EisingSnn. Should they
chose to do so the rights granted
to them may somo 'day prove of
Thero are about 35000 Japanese
in the country today and negoti
ations are now going on for an
increase of that amount. Tho
majority of the Japaneso will
make Hawaii their pormanent
home and tho moro intelligent
class are rapidly learning to read
and write English. Thero are
more than a dozen night-schools
for Japanese which are well fre
quented and where merchants,
clerks and domestic servants are
taught the English language. A
project has been on foot for some
time for the establishment of a
large Japanese school and will
probably be carried out Similar
schools like those now operating
can bo found in Hilo, Wailuku,
Spreckelsville aud other places.
The result will bo that in less
than 10 years the Japanese will,
if willing to become naturalized,
furnish a largo contingent of
voters, who will prove themselves
more clanish than even tho Por
tuguese have done. ' Of course it
is not moro than right that the Jap
anese should have tho privileges
'now to be granted to them, but
that tho stop will lead to future
complications is bo3'ond doubt.
But then tho missionaries don't
care. To them tho question is to
get a dividend or not, whilo they
Apres nous la deluge.
Notice is hereby given to all persons that
there are at the Government Pound at ila
kiki, six strayed horses.
" poor red horse, white spots on the fore
head and back, branded (4) on the right hip
and WSon the left.
1 poor chestnut color horse, white spot
on the forehead, white left hind leg. brand
indescribab e on both right and left hip. .
1 cream colored horse, white spots on the
forehead and b.tck, branded SJI right hind
leg, hind logs are white, feet art shod.
1 dippled horse, brand indescribable on.
the left hind leg.
1 poor red horse, white spot on the back,
hind legs are white, feet are shod, brand
indescribable on ttte left hip.
1 grey horse, white spot on the forehead;
white hind leg;;, brand indescribable on the
right hind leg.
Any person or persons owned tbes
horses are requested to 60 me and take the
same oa or before 12 o'clock nooa SATCE
DAT, JETXKSOth, 1S31.
3Iakilri. June ISth, ISOt. 1-w dly.
Notice hereby zfren to ail TvrsonsI that
there is at the Government Pound, at 31a
kiki, one black mare, white spot oa the
forehead, braad indescribable on the left
Mad leg, right ear have been cut off
Any person or persons owning this
asare are requested to come aad
Uke&e numn eg or beloaat 12 o'clock coob
SATURDAY, JUNE, 23. 131.
XakikS, Ja, 12. m. 12-lw j
Oppo. Qneeji Emma Hull,
Maker of the Ce!cbrail
Cambridge Pork SauGage !
ileal Delivered to Any Part of
tho City aud Suburbs.
ifutnal Tolephono Number 2S0.
WM. DA VIES,
ESTIMATES AND CONTRACTS ON
ALL KINDS OF WORK;
Tho Schoooner MAimLVvIir,
will run ragularly between thf wrtand
Waialua. Kawoiliap.u, Mokuleitt, Kuwenut
and Kuiki on tho island of Oahu.
For freight, etc?, apply to the Captain.
Inquire at Office of J. S.
Walker, over Sprockels" J3auk,
or "Wright Bros JFort Street.!
dec Ifi-tf c
AT KING'S ART GALLERY.
Open from Juno 9th to July 9th,
Exhibition of oil painting, wlr
colors, pnstels, .sculpture, wood
carving and China .painting.
Admission - - .2o cents.
June 9-1 ms. .
The " Eagle House"
The Lease and the Good
Will of this Favorite
THERE ARE POTJE DETA
CHED Cottages annexed to tho
Hotel suitable far pr rate families.
The mo in building cob tains 20
Bed Rooms large Dining Room.
Parlor, etc- The f irnit re is all
elegant and in gnod condition.
The Grounds are beauf iftlly laid
out in Trees, Plowtrs, Perns, and
This business can ba brought
a bargain on easy terms r-s to pay
ment. JTApp!y to
T. E KROPSE.
Arlington Hotel offic? .
Corner King ana No nana Streets.
S. I. SBTAW....MAuager.
Tbs Tmest seleeHoa of LIQUORS. .
EEEK. sold aaywhextf ta :tla ttn.
fust-class atsdaztoe. Ga3i sail fa
it i rt
in 1 ! r