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DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, FER. 12, 1897.
Mr. Coekburu's suggestion
through tlio 13um.i:tin, thotHowai
ian coffoe should bo put up for
tho retail triulo in nttroctivo oud
convenient packages, is second in
importance only to tlio nmttor of
official inspection and marking
ngitoied by the snnio gentleman.
It if (Iim writer's recollection that
nu apont of IJnuiliau coffee once
took i fine 6toro in tho heart of u
cit in llio East, nnd stocked its
shelves with thnt nrticlo put up in
neat In own japanned tins. Ho
hud tho place well written up in
the lending newspapers, nud gave
Brazilian colTee a good boom.
Why should not Hawaiian coffee
Jiuvo special stores in Sau Fran
cisco nnd othur cities of tho Unit
ed Statos ? At nil events,
our coffee growers ought to
unite on a common stylo of pack
ages for ground as well as un
ground colTeo, to be stamped with
the i;u of tho Ropublic whon
the Government shall have estab
lished inspection. There is not
the leant doubt that notion of this
kind v..mld pay, nud richly pay
the coffee producors. Come, now,
gentlemen, got your heads to
gether. You have not much time
left to agree upon preliminaries
and hnv a system of ofticinl in-
speeuiui, marking and packing
ready for presentation at next
yeai's .session of the Legislature.
Th. existence of tho industry ns
it now stauds the great hope of
tho country for civilized settle
ment depends upon bringing
this matter of ofticial guarauteo
to its consummation.
That the statesmen of the Uni
ted States realize that tlio Nation
does own great maritime interests
iu the l'ucilio is shown by the
payment from tho national
treasury of six thousaud dollars a
year toward the support of the
monarchy of Samoa. That group
is away outside the jurisdiction of
the Monroo doctrine-, under tho
widest construction possible, yet
tho United States decliuoa to
yield its share of coutiol main
tained jointly with Great Britain
and Gormauy. Tho fact is calcu
lated to give assurance that tho
United Status will at least not
impair, but on the contrary will
rather make closer, tho rotations
that are uecossary to her full
maintenance of control over tho
Madame Albaui, the groat
French Canadian songstress, will
ho due to pass through Honolulu
before long. It ought to bo easy
to raise a guarauteo for tho np
pearanco of the artist nt tho Opera
House. A meoting of the stock
holders of the Amusement Com
pany might bo called to consider
A Vint. .Surrey.
Gus Schumnn has received
from tho Coast ouo of tho finest
surreys over imported to this
country. It was manufactured
by tho celebrated Columbus Uug
UY Company, and is a beauty.
Anyone desiring a nice double
turnout will do uell to inspect
this vehicle. It is largo nnd
roomy, jnst tho thing for family
Gus Sohunion has just lecoivod
a consignment of surreys, bug
gios nml road wagons, also a full
assortment of buggy and surroy
harnoss, all now and lirstclosB,
best make and material. Theso
goods are for sale nt u very low
tiguie and can bo inspected lit tho
Club Stables, Fort street. Mr.
Sohuman makes a specialty of
fino haudmndo surroy and buggy
Evening HuUetiv 75c per month.
ynn' rw t r i ywfcajtMam..rt v
I REFORM SOHEME SIGNED
tut: rrinNs i,ay nun.v
I.ntent liitclllseuee Irmn .Wnnr l.nml
Coiit'liiKion iif lilptiininllc
'unirciici on ritrkrr.
Loudon has n rumor of serious
trouble at Johannesburg.
Many people are starving at the
Belmont, Ohio, coal mines.
Tho law against big lints in
theaters has gono into foice iu
Yilns opposed the Nicaragua
canal bill in tho Senate. It is still
Tho Britinh Government has
decided to incrcaso tho army by
Tho bill to prohibit prizo fight
ing has been pnssod by tho Sonnto
Mombers of the Dominion Ca
binet are in Washington to work
Senator Harris of Tennessee is
in a criticnl condition from n bad
form of tho grip.
Important changes are likely to
bo rnado in tho U. S. immigration
bill iu coufereuco.
The Senatorial fight in Ohio is
warm. It is said Haniiii has no
hopes of gotting tho Beat.
Tho Liborals iu Caundn have
won two seats made vacant by the
courts forconupt practices.
The naval board hns decided to
adopt tho Whitehead tornedo ex
clusively for tho U. S. unvy.
The Threo Friends will bo
libeled ns a pirato when she re
turns to Jacksonville, Florida.
Opponents of tho arbitration
tieaty will talk ngainsl time in
tho Senate to kill it olf this ses
Venezuela is pleased with tho
revised boundary arbitration
treaty and grateful to tho United
Tho Czar has prosonted ribbous
for the standards of tho German
regiment of which ho is honorary
C. K. Noweombor, Chicnco. ar
rested for spitting on a car floor,
will sue tho company for 50,000
Emporor William has, in a lotter
to Chancellor von Hohenlohe, en
titled his grandfather "William
Tho Fairfield Shipbuilding
Company has snffeied a loss of
8250,000 by fire nt its works,
John Addison Porter, editor of
tho Hartford Post, has been
chosen by Mr. Molvinley as his
Tho mensuro to niter the value
of the rouble has passed through
tho Russian State Council with
Thore have been 5000 cases of
plaguo iu Bombay and 13811 deaths.
It i& assorted that the disease is
duo to local conditions.
Gouoral Woylor is now in Santa
Clara, but may soon roturn to Ha
vana. Tho frequont raids in Ha
vana provinco liavo alarmed him.
Largo banking and commercial
failures are reported at Griswold,
la.; Cincinnati, O.; Philadelphia,
Ph ; Raltimoro, Md., and Selm,
Tho British Minister to Japan
has commuted tho death sontonce
of Mrs. Carow, for poisoning her
husband, to imprisonment for
1 1 to.
Ivory tho dynamiter is back in
New York. A Scotland Yurd de
tective is on his heols, nnd says
ho has orders to follow him in
definitely. Eminent physiciaus of Amotion
agree with specialists of London
in declnring that Mrs. Walter I).
Castle, detected in shoplifting,
was a sufferer from kloptomanin.
Embassadors of the Powers iu
Constantinople having concluded
their deliberations, would submit
their conclusions to their respec
tive governments on the Clh inst.
The Connecticut Legislnturo, by
nn ovei whelming vote, rejected n
resolution calling upon the Presi
dent of the United States to recog
nize tho bolligoreucy of tho Cuban
Two sistors of Gonornl Paul
A ran ago, who was with tho par'ty
who blew up a train, have boon
ordoied by General Woylor to
leave Cuba or bo punished for tho
crime of their brother.
Tho American Coffee Company I
wns incorpoiuti'd at Troi.ton, N. '
J., with n capital stock of 8100,000.
It is tho Sugar Trust's concern to
fight the At buckles, who had the
temerity to mid sugar rofimug to '
their coffee interests.
unpiain I'etrie ntui an appren
tice of tho British bark Olivebnnk,
which arrived at San Francisco on
tho 4th, woro ready to idoutify tho
Australinti murdorer ns Richard
Ashe. Tho name Butler is only
one of his many nliosca.
Thcro was n warm debate in tho
Senate over a proposal to abolish
the br. Senator Hill denounced
it as part of tho work of busy-
bodies against individual liberty.
The debate was sidetracked by
tho Nicaragua canal bill.
Tho French Chamber of Depu-
ties hns adopted the sugar bill. A
Socialist amendment that only
refineries oiniiluviiiff 70 t.er cent
of French uotkmeu should receive
bounties wan, after n lively
rejected by a vote of 191 to lob'.
Besides attacking the German
Minister tho Siamese mob nt
Bangkok attacked the American
Consulate, also assaulted an Am
erican engineer and an English
attache of tho legation. The pub
lic apology is considered grotesque
No mandorius were present, but
only potty polico otlicors.
In tho libel suit of the Rev.
Goorgo Brooks, a forraor Motho
dist proaoher, against tho St.
Jamos Gazette, London, asking
for $25,000 damages on grounds
similar to the rocont action which
ho brought against Henry Labou
chore, editor of Truth, a verdict
was roturnod in favor of tho St.
James Gazette with costs. lirooks
lias been known as the kinc of
the "begging letter" writers. It
is said Labouchore has spent
8200,000 iu recent years in expos
ing impostors of this description.
I'LAN OF HEFOilM FOlt OUII.V SIONED.
Tho Queen Regent of Spiin on
February 4 signed the plan for
tho reforms iu Cuba. Tho text
was to bo published on tho' follow
Seiior Palma, hend of the
Cuban junta in Now York, would
not answer categorically tho ques
tion as to whether the Cubans
would Iny down their arms, but
among otlior tilings said; "They
ore Bitro of success, and oue thing
is cortaiu; that is, that the Cubius
never agaiu will place their ueckb
undor tho Spanish yoke."
AX INLAND I'OK A rAIIOl.T.
A llrlll.h Ship liny, it of Mnllvp
nnd Pjta In Tubaccn,
During tho voyage of her
inujt sty's steamHliip Roy.dist in
Now Hebrides watois, tho date on
which tho annual pr zo firing un
der tho service regulations had
to bo carried out arrived, says tho
Melbourne Australasian. A search
mitdo on the Mallicollo const dis
closed no suitnblo place for tho
orection of a tirgot. save a small
island in Snu'west bay. This,
liowovor, was tribal property, and
as tho natives hud boon tuught
to fear tho power of big guns,
thf-y bargainfd that thoy should
bo paid for tho island, ua it was
sure to be blown to pieoos
lilubornto negotiations ended in
a ohief going oh" to tho ship,
when the requisite agreements
wore entered into vosling tho
island in Captain Rason of her
majesty's steamship Royalist, tho
consideration being five sticks of
tobacco. A target was then oreo
tfd. and soma excollont shooting
took place. Tho island whb etill,
there ut last uocounts.
FOlt CXOSKK (KI.IIO.VS.
Illlborn mid JiiIiiihoii Hntli lutru
dliro KemtlillloiiH In I'atoi.
A Washington dispatch of Feb
ruary -1 contains tho following in
teresting nows on tho Hawaiian
Congressmen Ililborn and John-
sou today oach i trod need in thu
House u resolution of the Cali
foruia Legislature setting forth
the facts of the oxibtonce iu Ha
waii of an independent govern
ment, oud urgiug tho California
representatives to do what they
could to bring about closer rela
tions betwoon this country and
tho Republic of Hawaii.
The Hawaiian Hardwaro Com
pany has leased tho promises on
Fort streot formorly occupied by
II. V. Schmidt & Sons for tho
display of a largo lino of agricul
tural implements, etc.
FEBRUARY 12, WJ7.
MWWHWtttoll . THJW
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HOW TO KEEP COOL IN
r l l i i
During this sultry variable
Weather, SO productive of .
moist shirt Collars and limp
neckwear, the mind naturally ,
reverts to something cool and
refYe;imn- H k tint verv '
j re'smng. It IS 110t eveiy
, 9ne .that "11 afford Olie of the
, handy remjrerators so much in
VOgUe, DUt till lUfc L.HC5I
i which is just what its name
implies is within the reach of
most people. We carry them
in four sizes, They are cheap,
economical, handy and dur
able, and we have just received
a fresh invoice of them.
We have also a new con
signment of the ALASKA
REFRIGERATORS in five
sizes, at greatly reduced prices.
tney are cnarcoai unea ana
are the best in the market.
We have also the NOVEL
TY CIRCULAR REFRIGE
RATOR. It is made of metal
throughout, is handsomely
painted, has adjustable rotarv
shelves which can be raised or
lowered at any angle, will hold
more ice and more meat or
provisions than any ordinary
refrigerator and takes up less
We have also a fresh invoice
of handsome painted AGATE
LINED WATER COOLERS.
suitable for hotels, offices and
For families we have the
natural stone GATE CITY
FILTERS in all sizes.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Paper Hanging & Decoration
Nently done. AH work promptly nud cure,
(ully uttoudcil to. Tolephoue 810. lteui-
deuce, Knukini street.
DAVID K. BAKER,
NnuBtrn Valley, itbovo the Mnutolenui.
All orders Riven prainpt and faithful at
tention. No extra churgo for diddering
Flowers to any part of the city. Lela,
Mountain Greens and. Carnations a bps
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Tlio Jlaoiifactuiw' Shoe
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10c. -Per Yard--10c.
NUNS : VEILINGS,
All Colors; suitable for Dresses.
lOe. Per Yard lbe.
OSUEEFIESjS, S3 inoiies;
All Shndes. I0c. per Yard,
Satin Surahs ! Satin Surahs I
All Colors; Latest Patterns. IQn npr Vai-ri
f SMFl 1 FASHION,
Fort Street, Honolnln
I Goods For
In the YEAR
Are tho kind of goods wo
handle. Whilst tho holidays
havo made croat oani in nnmn
linos, most of our linos will
still bo found very com
plete, notably that of Watohes.
It tokos a good many salos to
make an impression in our
Btock, wo carry so many.
Watches for $3
For mon and boys, and
Watches for $300
For those with a longor
purse and an inclination for
something out of the ordinary.
AVo wont to odd you to our
list of pleased watch oustomors,
no matter how littlo or how
much you havo to spend for tho
purpose. Wo havo tho goods,
and our many years of oxpori
once will bo gladly given to aid
you in selecting one which will
bo best for you.
I mi i l.f MHmUKMM twwinii ..WfrWrtl ib.i
-v .; "T'pTA k ;
. y .vi.tuo.( " .Wrlt of Execution ifsued
out of the Distnct Court, cm the 15th day
of January, A. D. 1S97, RoiiitChow Sing,
defendant, in favor of In BiuK, plaintlir, for
tlo Hum of $210.23, i ha e 'levied upon
and shall expose for Hale nt the Station
Honw, in HieDwirict of Jlonolnh,, Wand
of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of Saturday, tho
20th day of 1 binary, A D. 187, o tho
hiheHt bidder, nil the right, title nud in
terest of the aid Chow Sing, defendant.
In nud to tho following propeity, uulebi
said judgment. Interest, costs nud uiyex
pence 1h) previously paid.
List of proporty for sale:
Consisting of tho ono-tonth interest in
the leasehold rights aud assets of tho firm '
of Sun Wong Wo Company, a Banana
plantatoiL suuatod on tho ninuka side of
tho Waikiki rond at Waikiki.
Honolulu, Oahu, January, 10. A.D. 1897.
H. R. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Mnralml Itcpublio of Hawaii.
ITor female !
Small Bonnlm CocounutH ready
fortruusplantlui;. Apply to
622-lm W. B. ROWELL.
Money to Loan.
On Approved Security. Apply to
.,. A. V. GEAR,
&-3t 210 Ring street.
in Itoimlar OunrtuHv ArnHn r
tliu UiiIdu bViil Comnuiiv. I1. will
1)h held at tbo CiiinpiuiyM Olllce on
HaturiUy, tlio lilili in'nnt, at 10
o'elouk u. m. V It VI DA,
Seoretury Union IVud Co., L'd.
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provido Fu-ht-clasa Music for In
ceptions, 1'icLio, Lnaus, Grand Halls, etc..
eto. All orders given prompt uttention.
,W Leae orders with "Kh IJuIaOiwi"
) (,' Dim,oml- or 'o Ui" D. Wiliokni,
111 liichards street. M5.m
110TARY PUBLIC aid TYPEWRITER
Officki 208 Merchant street, Campbell
ii), ol variei" ouicej,
. $ t,-