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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S. PAPER.;
' Woman'!; Words ntnl Wa.
mis 01 isuoni ior uie tiuilvKt-eir.
A Considerate Hoy.
A (Juru for All Our Woc liy "Ootid
Btovont KM It nml Cleveland Will Undo
It by "American."
KlTele U Ii V liy "Anglo-Saxon."
Omrngeoin Waile of I'ublio Kiunli-tiy
Tin ni i'ok.
locnl nnd General Itemi.
Nnmciof Natives MNiwd.
Cut Through a Screen.
An Oft- Told Story.
Sentence Upon Bcntetire.
'i he Hive in Distress.
AIkmiI Your Uoyw.
Kortiltcutlun of Vancouver.
A Clever CltuMllrrttloii.
An Old I.ndv Teething.
jk gnilii SvilWlin.
I'l'diinl to nrithfT Sfd vnr l'artp,
Hut HitnhUshtd for the Hfwdt of Ml
FRIDAY, MARCH HO, 18114.
After nil tho larcmiy of & two
tory Iioiico or 3"0 acres of Intnl
niuka into insignificance beniilo t hi
theft of n kingdom.
Patriot Loobonsti'iu quoted tin
nlection law of 1890 to sitttlo a poli
tical club controversy nt Hilo. Such
charming simplicity would adorn
nuy circlo not political.
John H. Sopor, "Commander of
tho Forces with the rank of Colonel,"
is tho latest addition to tho roll of
Hawaiian youths to bo educated
abroad at tho expense of tho pooplo.
That ho is uoithor Hawaiian uor a '
fipriug chicken makes no UiuVruncc
-he guts there just tho samo.
Having fairly picked u the "lint
foot, straw foot" movement, and the
"present hums" manual from watch
ing Captain Zieglor, tho colonel-with-llio-
bly dooa not fear being plucked in
trying to enter for his four weeks'
military college career on the (.'oast.
With tho royal civil list rut out
ami big slashes in salaries for some
of tho most important service, the
1. (J. budget is only going to show
a saving of f!(),(KH) in salaries for
the coming over tho closing period.
With this are the chances, too, thai
the chooso-paring policy will pro
duce poorer services ami extrava
Tho interest which many of the
natives are showing in the" coining
election is ouo of tho significant
signs of tho times. .Vf(ir.
It is so. A negative interest if
sometimes more siguiiicaut than a
positive ouo. Most significant of all
is the designation of all tho native)
that havo thus far entered tho an
nexation fold as ''many." Kxpccla
tious must havo boon iiilorixonpical.
There is no nml to add anything
to tho protest of a correspondent
olbowhoro against tho propostoroin
vote of money to pay for Col. Sopor's
holiday at the Coast. Extravagance
and reckless use of the taxpayers'
money on favorites has not ended
hut only really begun under the
Provisional Government. President
Dole's intimation to the Councils
that tho transaction could only be
prevented by a direct veto of the
Councils, together with his special
pleading for the pet in the case, in
dicated an assumption of dictator
ship and independence on tho part
of tho Executive which would have
startled pooplo under the monarchy.
How completely the present order
of things has demoralized tho tusti
tutions of this country is partly de
monstrated by tho spectacle of the
judge of a superior court taking an
active and desputativo part in a
political party meeting. Nothing
like it has evor been known, wo ven
ture to say, iu any country where
tho bunch is regarded with respect,
not to say reverence, aud governs its
conduct accordingly. Judge Lyman
of Hilo has disgraced his position
by doing tho thing referred to, and
uuder any self-respecting Govern
ment would bo promptly brought to
impeachment. Ho has an excuse,
how over, if a poor one, iu that he
only followed tho example of the
Chief Justice, who, an eager politi
clan in private for years, lately came
out in his true colors by delivering a
heated address before a political
meeting iu tho capital.
It appears from reports iu the A.
U. 1'. papors that about all the peo
ple who think themselves anybodies
iu Hilo have iu mass meeting adopted
the platform of the defunct Union
party of Honolulu. Whereupon the
Star gravely roads tho Union party
people of Hilo out of "tho" party,
telling thorn they cannot send dele
gates to the nominating convention.
It does not seem to occur to the
Honolulu dictators that tho Union
party of Hilo may nominate candi
dates of its own, aud in any way it
uhooses, for the constitutional con
vention, aud appearances are that
whouvar it aomiuaUs will sit iu the
convention. There they will vote
with tins "conservative wing," mak
ing enough weight to throw the
radicals sky high. The now chums
who thiuk thoy aro doing it all have
a deal to learn yet of tho ways of
tho childlike and bland Reformers.
Those sly dogs have their emissaries
in tho Hawaii districts now, osten
sibly investigating volcanic pheno
mena. Et&te Ib ItP
In its issue of March 22, the P.
C. A. in a leading aiticle on the
House of Lords says, "Thoro cau be
no matter of doubt that tho House
of Lords has become an anomnby in
the English constitution and an
anachiouism in English history,
tc." Further on it says, "The
Houo of Lords is a medituval sur
vival, etc.," and as a wind-up says,
"If we seek for a reason why tho
House of Lords still subsists iu Eng
land, uo must 11 ml it iu the fact that
English society is still far from be
ing democratic, and further iu that
invincible conservatism, laziness of
human nature, which permits nu in
stitution to exist, a hundred years
afterit has survived its usefulness."
Being au Englishman, it is my in
tention in defending tho House of
Lords to quote from two recent
American newspapers, aud let Intel
ligent readers draw their own con
clusions as to which ought to be
ibolihed. Tho Houo of Lords, for
checking reckless legislation and for
which they are not afraid to answer
lo the masses iu duo time, or the
American Senate whose members nre
openly charged with bribe-taking
from Senator Hill, and voting for
private gain. Mich charges havo
never lnon brought against the pro
iiit Houo of Lord, although as
tho P. C. A. says, "ft is a mediti'val
survival" and for one, I say, God
Harper's Weekly, which is recog
nized all over tho world as one of
the most reliable American papers,
iu its issue of March 10 savs: "This
is au interesting episode In the cur
rent history of tho Senate. For
many mouths that body, which used
lo b regarded as tho most dignified
and iullueutinl legislative body iu
the world, has been chielly btisiug
itself with giving evidence of its
fallen estate. It has eagerly taken
every occaion lo prove to tho coun
try that it is no longer a conservator
i of its institutions, but a danger ami
menace to them. Havo Mr. Hoar,
.Mr. Lodge, Mr. linwloy, Mr. Chand
ler, Mr. Fry.. Mr Hill, Mr. Murphy.
Mr. Gorman, .Mr. Pugh, aud the rest
of the nuti-Pecklintu combination,
entered into a ueueral and disrepu
table trade, having Used tho Su
preine Court as a Ii.ims for their
Then the Soutli-We-t. a Cincin
nati paper, noted for its sterling
championship of right and justice,
ays in its issue of March J: "The
tory come!, from New York that
.-everal United Stales Senators have
been speculating iu sugar trust
docks iu Wall street, and there is a
demand for a rearchiug investiga
tion. Senators who are said to be
involved iu the matter are M -Phersou
of N. .1., Urice of Ohio.
Vest of Missouri. Gorman and
Smith, it is said that they operated
through the brokerage house of
Aloore aud Schley, and cleared a
great many thousand dollars." In
conclusion the South-Wertt says:
"The whole Senate is nu anaehron
Nm (licit aunrchrouism as Hie P. C.
A. spells it) that ought to be buried
out of sight and covered over with
chlorate of lime, copperas or some
other cheap and plentiful deodoriz
Great Scott! What do you think
of tho American Senate from Ameri
can views now, Mr. Advertiser? We
shall anxiously wait to see if the
Senators named above will make an
at tempt to clear thuir characters.
Time will tell. Senate scandals,
election frauds (Mayuard, etc.),
Mulligan letter- (Illnin'o), Tmuuiauy
Hall and tho degrading of American
honor by appointing such a char
acter as Pal Egan as Minister to
Chili, with various other evils too
numerous to mention here, will cause
many of my countrymen to study
Republican principles, as practised
iu the United Slates of to day, and
prove to them that the "eiTete mon
archy" has not yet m-oii its last days
iu fact, has been tried iu tho scales
of honor aud justice, aud Rritous iu
all parts of tho world have decreed
that it (tho elfeto monarchy with its
House of Lords and unpaid House
of Commons) is worthy of n new
lease of life. In penning this arti
cle, I havo( only quoted the truth
from American views aud the truth
is very often unpleasant to hear or
Several American newspaper iu
passing judgment on the U. S. Senate
of to-day have published to the
world that it is "Moiistrum nulla
virtutu redemptum a vitiis." If von
thiuk it necessary, Mr. Advertiser,
wo cau give you ninny more instances
of corruption existing today under
the "pure" Republic of the U. S. A.
A Cure for All Our Wona.
Editor Ul'lletin: -
Now that our ship of state is
about to be launched into au nu
known and unexplored sea, a few
words of warning to the captain and
his chief otllcers will perhaps not be
out of place.
1st. Men and fellow sailors, you
are about to start upon a perilous
voyage, and who cau tell amongst
you where you will hind. Your chart
is a strange ouo, iu fact, entirely
new; mid your crow, composed as it
is of every conceivable tribe upon
tho face of God's earth, malms one
of tho first dangeis that threaten
you upon leaving the harbor a mu
tiny aboard tin. ship.
2ndly. Around you upon every
hand are rocks and reefs, some
above water which cau easily lie
seen by tho naked eye such as the
American League aud the Portu
guese League, and then again are
the Japanese aud Chinese shoals
only too apparent.
It Ih possible, of course, that with
skilful uivlgutiou you may avoid all
those, but the chances are ton to
one that other hidden dangers
abound. It's very dangerous and
...... .!. .... .1.1 !l... .!..!.. ...
' .juu i.ihu ,iii mil sanur u aiiviue -amy
, at homo.
I A storm is oven now a-brewing,
, and, go which route you will, your
ship will strike upon' a rock aud a
watery grave will bo your final rest
I Stop a ininutj and think. Make
, up your mind. Don't go iu thnt
ship. Don't start on that voyage.
Come with us rather and" go iu
j ours. Tho good old ship" Hnwal-
ian .Monarchy" is seaworthy yet.
I Her hull is sound aud she is well
found. You miiM remember that it
has carried us Uicmj fifty years
through mauy a bad storm, aud
though it has been sorely battered
' about, a new plank here, a' new plank
! there, and our fhip is good and
strong enough to defy many a storm
I tfrdly. Again, good captain. Your
; crew nre not trustworthy men. Pay
j them oft": let them go and ship fresh
i l liousnmls of irood ana loval men
men that have sailed with you bo
ore) are ready and williuu to sail
with you, and with tho irood old
churl of ISS7, properly revised and
amended, you may start on your
voyage with a fair prospect of ar
riving iu the near future al your
port of discharge -"America."
The storm will oass ntvnv. aud the
wind aud sea will die down, maylo
I altogether; but do not fear, tho tido
j is iu your favor, and if you cannot
(u insier siiupiy ici uie mm urni.
In conclusion, a few sailing direc
tions nre needed, aud this is my ad
vice: Asyou liud you cannot navi
gate this ship alone, restore tho
Monarchy and get the old sailiui:
! master we had lat voyago to go
with you. All that is ncccossary to
do is to keep au eye ou her. Stipu
late your conditions aud get her to
! sign articles.
j Take away hor veto power.
Elect your own olliccrs by a popu
lar vote of your own crew.
Allow no persuasions to lie used
no thteats of losing their billot or
their bread and butter.
Extract no pledges and bind them
by no oaths, and you will havo as
fine a crow ns over sailed deep water.
Lastly, allow no man ou board the
ship who does not sign tho ship's
articles aud become a citizen of it.
If the voice in the government, of
such a ship is worth anythiug, it is
at least worth Joining by swearing
allegiance to It.
Outrageous Waste of Public Funds.
Editor lhi.t.im.: -Allow
me as a citizen anil a tax-
I payer to outer my protest against
j the action of the Councils iu grant
ing Air. sopor a six weeks leave of
absence under full pay r?250 per
mouth) and the payment of j'100 per
month to Mr. Fisher, who is already
drawing a salary of $'A) per mouth
from the public treasury, to perform
the duties of said So per during hit
absence. Without questioning the
necessity of a second in command at
a salary of $150 per mouth out of
the public treasure and devoting
nearly the whole of his lime to his
private busiues.s in tho bank of
Bishop A; Co., it seems pertinent to
suggest that if ho can perform the
duties of Mr. Super for the period
of six weeks for nu additional 100
per mouth, he might as well con
tinue to do so, aud save the country
the expensoof two generals for an
army of led men.
It is exasperating and sickening
lo see the lavish manner, in which
the very men who have always been
foremost Iu denouncing expendi
tures of nu unwarranted nature un
der the monarchy, are now using
the public funds for junketing trips
for their friends, ami tho unmitii'at.
ed gall of this man Sopor to xsk for
la continuation of his .2"0 a mouth
salary ou the pretext of visiting San
Fianeisco to receive a military train
ing. It is to bo sincerely hoped that
this great military genius will in this
one mouth's tiaining learn the nrt
of keeping his sword from between
his legs, or that ho may havo ad
vanced so far in his education ns to
be able to don the 11 swords to be
This is simply another instance of
the good government (?) tho poor
Hawaiian tins been told he would re
ceive under the P. G., instead of
which hois treated to such shameless
acts as the foregoing, while he him
self is slowly but surely being re
moved from all positions under the
Government to make room for stran
gers, aud driven to such extremities
that many of them are forced to
subsist ou alu'erolia beans. Is this
the way tho jiJil.tXM) Minister Damon
has shaved olf the salaries of Gov
ernment, employees is to be expend
ed? All praise is duo to Messrs. Mor
gan ami Emmeluth iu denouncing
the action of the Executive iu this
Stuvana Did It and OJovoland Will
Air. W. D. Alexander savs "the
people iu Washington" overwhelm
ingly "adore the P. G. nnd are
against restoration." Does Mr. Alex
ander thiuk that decent people hero
will plnce any confidence iu his word
on the Hawaiian pic-tiou, after hear
ing of his evidence iu WnshingionT
None will pretend to, except those
directly interested. Ho again sa.vs:
"People there ask why wo do not
form a republican government at
once." Why did not .Mr. Alexander
inform those in Washington, thnt
with tho P, G. it is impossible to
form a republic iu Hawaii under
pieseiit circumstances. The powers
that bo are now planning aud study
ing their parts, with the intention of
bringing their show on the stage
sometime next May. It will end
with the same old oligarchy, simply,
because tho people refuse to patron
ize it. Senator Moruau at this pros-
i out juncture is looked upon as the
i mouiiieimuK oi tliohouate;ami none
I sneak otheiwise except tho descen
dants of those fathers who owed
over) thingt he ever possessed, down
to the very salt they ate, directly to
Hawaiiaus. Of such is Christian
yratitudo us prwtohwd huru by goi.
pel sharps, of American missionary
descent. Ho furthermore warbles:
"The testimony of naval officers has
boeu very valuable to us. All of
them, with the oxceptiou of Lieute
nant Coffmau and Captain Ludlow
of tho Mohicau." Which is, that all
others have out lied Satan, except
tho abovo-namod gentlomeii. The
Adyortisorand tho take-water Twink
le r." with their whole force of coat
tail clinging dupes, may heap lies up
on lies as high as Hunker Hill monu
ment, iu order to koop up their wan
ing courage, but it will bring no
balm to their guilty souls, as tho die
is cast. there is not a person
throughout the breadth of Uncle
Sam's dominions, but what clearly
understands thnt John L. Stevons
overthrow tho monarchy of Hawaii.
The Senate will sustain Cleveland.
With both houses sustaining tho
President, what then, me darlings;
can yo tell us?
"l'ol-e die cnuc In Justice' equal scales.
Wlioe beam standi sum, wljuso rightful
Life Is Misery
, To ninny peoplo who have tho taint
oi scroiuia in their Wood. The ago
nies caused by tho dreadful running
sores nnd other manifestations of
this disease aro boyond description.
Thero is no othor remedy equal to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula,
salt rheum and every form of blood
disease. It is reasonably suro to
benefit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills cure all livor ills.
Secured Hit Services.
Mr. V. G. Pot tor. cravon and iv.
! tor-color artist, who has boon visit
j ing tho islands for his health, has
matio an engagement with Mr. J. .1.
Williams. Mr. Potter's work while
iu San Francisco was second to
uouo. Samples will bo on exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
We havo just recoiviid nn
I othor cargo of liny and Grain
by tho "Irmgard," personally
-solootod by onr manager in
' California ; and a wo buy
(ho best, a word to the. wio
in snliioient. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Office: Corner Queen
and Nuiiumi (streets. Both
Wakkiiouhk : King street
near O. Ii. & L. Co.'a Depot.
Both Telephone 53.
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will have lu I'lMt OrawliiK ou
APRIL 1 , 1 S-,
IT ONLY COSTS YOU
$10 A MONTH
To lw in llii" with othor "Ovulaiul"
rlilert. Wlmt mere can you ntw fur.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
H. E. WALKER,
inltf ARent, Honolulu, Ii. I.
OEYl.ON TEA AND JEWELRY.
IIKO TO INKOHM T1IK I'UllUC
J Unit I luivo oik-iukI my Htnrii t No, I.VI
Nuiuiim Klrool with Ceylon Miiniifnctiiri'il
Jowelry not with Unities, 8aiililritti, lVarls,
fit'-. Jiut wel vril fonni Pure rvton Tea
try It. Abn, Ceylon lluml-uintlu l.aco,
An lioi!tlim ef niy stock In solicited.
W. J. BAIUtlH,
IC4-U No. 4W Nunmiil utrriit.
AI.AIIY'HOOI.I) WATCH, III'.TWDIIN
Jloiol, Kurt sml Niiiiuiiii tri'i't.
Kluilxr will ln mtiirn to tint (mice of
lb llkwslisu Hold. KW-Vl
R , CO
Hawaiian Hardware Go., l.'i
Saturday, March 34, 1894.
We have another 'report
from a usfir of the Jones Lock
ed Fence that clinches Mr.
Monsarrat's testimonial. Mr.
Eben Low tells us that he was
after a wild steer which seemed
determined not to have a "lass"
over his horns. In his efforts
to keep clear of the rope the
steer made a break for the
Jones fence, evidently not re
cognising the difference be
tween it and the old style wire
affair. The animal measured
the distance, made a running
jump and landed on the wire.
Mr. Low says the fence was
not damaged but the concus
sion was so great that the steer
was stunned. Mere was an
instance where an almost wild
steer did his level best to in
jure the appearance and repu
tation of the Jones locked, and
failed utterly. Some steers,
when they start out to do a
thing, accomplish it, but we
would like to see the one that
can get the best of a fence
built on the same principle as
the Jones. Mr. Monsarrat's
statement was to the effect
that he could build this fence
cheaper than any other and
that in some parts of his land
he put the posts seventy-live
feet apart. If there is economy
in fence building it's in posts.
Calculate the difference, then,
between posts six or eight feet
! apart and placing them at the
J distance stated by Mr. Mon
sarrat. As to its effectiveness,
Mr. Low has had a practical
demonstration; he tells us that
a steer, no matter how wild,
has no show with the Jones
We have felt certain ever
since we introduced our Men
dry Breaking Plow that it is
the best in the world. Our
opinion was based upon the
(general makeup of the plow
and after having seen it work.
But it is well always to have
expressions of opinion from
people who are not directly
interested in the sale of our
wares. We give one below
from a plantation manager
who is well-known here and
whose ability to judge the
merits of an agiiculuiral im
plement will not be ques
Tin: Hawaiian Makdwaru Co..
I beg herewith to add my
name to your list of testimo
nials in praise of your Hendry
During an experience of 16
years in the cultivation of cane
ou these Islands I can truth
fully say, that yours is the only
plow that I hae seen that will
turn a furrow completely over,
under any conditions.
Another point wherein it ex
cels is, the bhape of the mould
board is such that the plow
will clean itself, not continu
ally, but say every 200 or 3110
feet, which obviates the neces
sity of stopping the team; this
makes a very favorable show
ing in the course of a day's
I remain, yours truly,
l. F.. Conam'.
Mr Conant tells in his let
ter where time and money are
saved by usiny the Ilendr)
Breaker. The same may be
said of the I lendry Double
Mould Board Plow; they are
built on the labor saving prin
ciple and thai means money
Hawaiian Hardware Co., U'i
li.iltt Hiin-ckfU' lllook,
3()7 FOKT STUlflKT.
TEMPLE OF FASH
Oomar Fort &
Tho "Temple of Fashion" will be
closed for u few days on account of
Corner Fort and ilotol Sts.,
The Drug Busineas heretofore curried by flol
lislcr & Co. bus been incorporated under th
mime of the . . ....
Hollister Drug Co, I'd.
Having the largest and most complete stock in
our line, we nre prepared to offor our euatomura
the best goods at the lowest prices.
( Ij I "M. I
F5Pr TTort Rtroot, -
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKXTKU UNilBIl THK I..VWH OK THK HAWAIIAN ISLAND.-.
rpilK W.NDKltSIIINEI) IIAVK IJUIIN AIM'OINTISI) HOLU AGENTS I'OK
-1- tlii'Mj riiini:nihiiH nml nre now inmn'l to riToivo onlors.
Tin' Kii-iit ailaiiiii!t-ri to lie ilnnviil (rum tlm iieu of tho National (Jank
Siiiiciiiihii nru thoroughly uxlalilMiuil ami nukimwl-tlm.l liv I'laulcr
Tiio Iiukd uiiuihiir of I'laiitortt uhuib tln-m in tho United State, I'ulia,
Aih'iMiiiui) Uupulilie, i'lirn, Aiiolraliu anil ultanvhuru, buur witnexf to tlm
I'liu nun oi the .Siuii:i)iii:ii very IiukuIn augnientH thu iiiiuutitv of
uie nun ean grind d.r to MU), aio i,
hollar capacty i loomed lo opir.ilc
ki. in.... 1. if ... .1... ....Ii r... .1.. .1
-..ii....... 1. 1, nu- nun, nu nit- Hoove
(iruwuig.i lor tin iiirlallation of our
miner 10 duiet'Mriuily 111M11II and hi 1 t
It i -a gieat tufi(!iiaril, making known al onen tho pri-hOneo of any
pieiv of iron, Make from eaic, 01 anything which would bu liable to iluiiiagu
the- mill, and allowing aiiiiK limit to ruumvu name before ilainuging tlm mill.
. Thu SiuihDjiKK k vi-ry htiongl made, and from ilie manner of iu opera
tion it em, or tuain them piei-un of wood 01 iron without often bieaking the
SiiiiUiiiKU : .mil if auyihing break, it i dimply nunc of the knives or euttow,
wiiiflii-.ui bu ijuiekly and economifall) rephuad. Thu .Siiukiuikk, an iU
name imlicater, lean the cane into ulireilw of varying length,., pe rft-etlv open
ing H and allowing ihe mill to thuroughl pic out the jiiiciw without ro
((Hiring lilt- immeiire extra puwer ucefwry to grind or cruch iho whole
I .11111 Till Slll-l-'lllll. II i.r....l ll... -I I.I...I .. e 1 . .
: ,, ,, -, n im riiii-iiiii-u i-iinu iniiioriuiy nun f veiny to
the mill lollo, and doo away with the ncceMiy of hprcading Iho bugm-co liv
hand bi'lwcfii Ilie mill.,, whom i.-t- ii. lim- 1. m n... .'.. .'.1
, .,....-. ... .l.v.nr j Illl-Ulll IIIIU l I l lllltm.
..1 .iiui-iiiik nmiMiuKiiH nom ii-, pinn-f Mini Miiall tkutuii, hhowini; the
I d ametei and widlh of the null loll with which .Sihl.Ki U to bo connected,
,111m. the Mile (either light or left baud a o f.uf ( . uJlvcry tide of ill,
mill), upon winch the mill engine i- located, aUo the height fiom lloor lino
I to center of iioui mill lolUhalt, and diMaiieo coiner Hum bluft to fiunl end
oi nil plate. Then) Kiliii:iiiihii .11 now b. u.g ti-ul by the Hilo Sugar Co.
1 ami llawi .Mill, Kohala, whore iliey uro giving gnat faliMactinii.
j gW I'ncoh mill fnnliur p.iriii-ul,iiB m.i.v be had by applying to
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