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HAWAII progress1, HOLOMUA. 'HZ TQe X-tlfe of tie ' Land Is IS staTolisiied. in. Biglltso,usrLss., 4 Vol. L No. 24. HONOLULU. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1S93. Per Month 50 Cts. 1 V t : . I: -.it 18 4: 5HP sac HawamHolomua IS PUBLISHED EVERT APTEKNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY Br THE Bolomu Publishing Do, At King St (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. EUBSCEIPTION, per Month,-50 Cts. The paper is delivered by Carriers in the town and suburb. Single Copies for Sale at the News Dealers and at the Office of pohli cation. ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ, - Manager Edmund NORRIE, - - Editor jSTOTICE. All Badness Commarications should bo addressed to Abraham Fernandez, Hono Icln, H. I. Correspondence and Communications for 7 Lli cation should bo addressed to the Editor ilawnii Holomua. No notice -will be paid to my anonymous communications. Jusincj$:s (Carflji A- P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. CSce: 113 Kaabumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIGHTON, - ATTORNEY AT LAW. 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Real State Broter aMGaeral Apit. Bell Tel. 3-1S; Mnt Tel. 139; P. O. Box 415. OFFICE: No. 38 MERCHANT Street, Honolulu, H. I. . CHOCK LOOK, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 321 Nuoana Street, ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO FIT, and MADE in the BEST STFE. CLOTHES CLEANED.. and REPAIRED. Wing Mow Chan, BiTORTERS AND ConnQissioii Merchants BKALEBS TX CMi and Jajpu Tta, PrtviMtMi Kniit Cijtrs, GROCERIES, SJLSS, MATTING, Caaapior Weed Txaav'BftUi&' P 304Kig St, HoIaarP-Or BorNo, 180, Mahal Tel. No. 7S. -OR- Once upon a time in the long agor-at least that is the way all fairy ttles begin, and as this is a fairy tale, we suppose it must begin that way, although, we are not sure of the chronological ac curacy of the statement there was an Eastern city of groat renown in the production of sugar, mosquitoes, and rogues. Now in this city there dwelt two war ring sects variously described as the Mish Nayree3 and the Anti Mish Nayrees. At the time, our tale begins the Mish Nayrees, otherwise, Beni Stevens or sons of well Mish Nayrees had their foes the Anti Mish Nayrees by means of foreign assistance wrested the power from, and governed their foes with a heavy hand that is heavy with gold wrung from the plundered tax payers who were all of the Anti Mish Nayree sect, and objected strongly to thoir hard-earned money going into the ponche3 and stomachs of the chief . saints of the Mish Nayrees and their ; foroign mercenaries. But this is by the way. Now in the former days when the Mish Nay rees wore out of power and place, their scrib&s and pharisecs but especially their scribos had rail ed and wept exceedingly sore, and declared that tho Grand Mufti of the police was a rogue, aud his department a don of thieves and robbers, and that it was a scandal to all good religion and government, and when by fraud and violence the' had sne ceeded in ousting the Anti Mish Nayreas their scribes publicly rejoiced and wrote long articles to sliow that now tho blessing of Heaven bad descended on the nation, and that the Grand Mnfti and the police department woald be pure as thev Angels of God also much moro frequently visible than they when on duty. But strange as it may seem tho first two Grand Muftis proved them selves so nnfitted for association with the Chief Pharisees of the Mish Nayrees that they retired speedily and joined the ranks of the Anti-Mish Nayrees, and the scribes once more rejoiced and howled, and wrote long screeds to prove that there was "but one TV. O. S. (Wily old scoundrel) and E-G.H. (ever green humbug) was his prophet, and the only one he&venborn Grand Mufti in th Nation. For had ho not gained much shskelsaRd- praise by succeeding in his own province in exterminating the IiqnortratHc by driving fro as one district to asother and back sgaia, often e&oagjh" k bo able to give -higk-rewards to hk informers and spies, susd yeti tks sa&saer of tfee jLwi ' jftayrees wita every peesBiaxily profitable vica- sot (ketroy it so tierly-Uut it woald ift 'losger HmplQagra iaA ckiiyiBg witiP-ii, wlsihl -at the tlnw drxwiag is the nui Miih Nayrees manner good fat it, and And the pay for suppressing it was done. new ttrand Aluui whose locks were of crimson hue in- caruadino mingled with tho white of a purity which had uot been sullied "by contact with the rogues and thieves, liars and swindlers, opium-boodlers aud extortioners, bribe-takers and ex-convicts with whom ho sur. rounded himself as his assistants, said to himself now shall wo have that pure and holy city the Mish Nayroos desire this to bo. No scribe shall ever bo able to scandalize this departmenf und straightway his subordinates robbed the opium of tho govern ment stored in a strong room in his office under his nose. Then held ho his hands in horror and said, "Be chesm? on my head be ill I will guard this opium no more. If tho anti-Mish Nayreo Grand Mufti could do it for two years all right. It is not tho business of tho polico to guard anythiag. I won't. My followers are too smart." So tho remaind er was removed to another placo where neither thieves nor police men break in and steal, but only Custom officers. And straight way tho scribes of the Mish Nayree party wrote long and tediously to prove, .that these. sons of guns of policemou (on whose heads bo dirt,) who stole the opium wore anti-Mish Nayree emissaries in disguiso aud plot ted this to bring disgrace on tho holy and pnre administra tion of tho Mish Nayrees. Aud so tho tale wont on. Tho Mish Nayreo police department wont on bribes were taken, moro wero extorted, criminals wero seldom detected or caught, when detocted and if caught they generally escaped from custody, women wero decoyed into grat: fying the passions of policouien and then arrested for so doing, fAlsa nlots wore hatched and in nocent men imprisoned. And the abottors and actors' in these strange things wero upheld by the Mish Nayreo Grand Mufti, and weie not dismissed in ignom iny, but if public opinion was too strong, and the act too glaring. the offender was noi pros a .so as not to cause scandal by any un due public revelations. And Mish Nayrees and Anti Mish Nayrees alike held up their hands in awo and said, "truly great is W. 0. S. and E. G. S. is his prophet indeed. Wonder ful indeed are their ways, and great is the renown they bring to the Mish Nayrees and this nation. How long? O Lord! how longf Xet, one day to this city there arrived a mighty vessel with much wealth and produce of other nations to barter for the sagar aad aiosquitoee aad rogues, which were the prodece of the' nation. And on board, of her there abode one skilled ia wetal sad Bsachiaerr, and fie bad Vita hba sKisdry &se awtal boles of braes (like aaio thai ia the cheeks o the great Vf O. S. a ad km prophet) to ' the amaiber of I CoHtiased oa foarth pg.) s .-v .