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THE LEADERS OF THE NATIONAL
The following choice extracts from
speeches made by the leaders of the
National Reform Party in the Legislative
Hall and at their raas,s meetings,
will show the efforts that have
been made by them to stir up insurrection
"When discussing the ililitary Bill
in the Legislature, " Rep. R.
saw no use in any reference to
the Military Committee- It is idle
talk to say that the love of the people
will protect the King. If anyone
said that to me outside of the
House, I would knock his head off,
but I have regard to the decorum of
the House. People say there will be
no trouble, but I say that if the people
are not granted their rights the
streets will be sticky with blood. "We
will have another 30th of June.
Buildings will be blown up, many
people killed, and I myself will take
a hand if the people are not granted
On the same occasion " Rep. Bush
favored reference to a committee.
The state of the country made it
necessary to be prepared to suppress
any uprising. It is ridiculous to say
that it is unnecessary to have forces.
As long as Waterhouse, E. O. Hall &
Son, Castle & Cooke and others imported
guns we must be armed. E.
O. Hall & Son had imported 28,000
cartridges. "What was a missionary
firm doing with cartridges? (Xoble
Marsden "What kind of cartridges?)
To shoot men with. (Shot gun or
bullets?) Bullets. (Are you sure?)
Yes. (Laughter.) "Who are in possession
of these guns? Not the natives,
but the foreigners."
At the so called "mass meeting"
on the evening of the 9th of September,
where two or three hundred
men, women and children were assembled,
"John E. Bush said1 they
proposed to have a new constitution,
one that every man, woman and child
(?) in the Kingdom had a voice in.
He would like to see the judge who
could base his opinion on the present
illegal constitution. (A voice You
were elected under it.) It was framed
by a handful of men, a lot of robbers,
who have robbed you of your rights.
They ought to bo hung, everyone of
At the same meeting " Robt. W.
"Wilcox spoke in Hawaiian. He said
he was the first to refuse to have
anything to do with the present constitution.
(A voice You were also
elected under it.) If any National
Reformer votes against this conventional
bill he should be torn to pieces,
from limb to limb. They would be
considered rebels, be they noble or
representative. If the nobles
and representatives elected on this
island don't vote for this enabling
act, they ought to be spat on by every
native. A vote of want of confidence
is ready, but if the Ministers vote for
this they will be saved. One day the
Ministers are National Reformers,
another Beformers. They are like
Judas, and not fit to clean horse
shoes. He formed his opinion of the
Ministers the first day they sat in
the House. Unless the enabling
act was passed, they would hang on
with this Legislature to the next one.
"We Hawaiians must stand together,
and if there is trouble we will make
trouble and follow it to the bitter
la Explosion of Gas at the Ice World
Injures One of the
Wednesday morning an explosion
jf gas took place at the works of
the People's Ice and Bofrigerating
Company out on Beretania street,
resulting in Charles Leroy, one of
the employees, being very badly
burned on the chest, right arm and
hand, and also somewhat on the
face. He was taken to the Queen's
Hospital and his injuries at once
Tf nrmonra til at On Tuesday the
ir pumps had been cleaned. Wednes-
1? A mnminiT T.ornv WfiTlt into U16
nit under the pumps, and foolishly
took a light with him. Gas had
settled at the bottom of the
pit, for without any warning an explosion
occurred, and Leroy, as he
states, was blown right out of the
nolo, and burned about the body, as
Ihe entertainment of tableaux
aud music under the auspices of the
the Y. M. C. A.
Y - o. T. U. at
Lall Thursday evening, was most
successful. The audience nuea sue
hall and the entertainment gave
entire satisfaction. The Programme
consisted of insto omental and
etdi'ng aLteVs. The several tableaux
were really grand, grea pains
having evidently been taken in
applauded them all. Appropriate
"I Mr. OscT H&HL The funds
StheY.WC. T.U.will be largely
increased by the entertainment.
16th the maximum
.I? TOoatlitir service
mometer ot tuo .---
reached 89 cleg., the highest
for the year. On the 1 .ith
the maximum was not as high, but
the average for the twenty-four
hours was the highest of any in the
year, viz., 79 deg. 5 mm. This may
t.e interesting to advertisers of our
climate. The range of the thermometer
on the 16th was 21 deg.
3rr. Charles Arnold Dies "While Calling
on a Friend.
"Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs
Chas. N. Arnold according to their
usual custom spent the evening at
the residence of Mr. Malcolm Brown,
Nuuanu Avenue. About 9:30 o'clock
Mr. Arnold complained of pain near
his heart, and medical aid was summoned.
Nothing could be done for
him, however, and he breathed his
last half an hour later. The cause of
death was aneurism of the heart.
Charles N. Arnold was born in
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and at the
time of his death was forty-four
years and eight days of age. He has
been a resident of the Islands quite
a number of years, and leaves a
widow and six children to mourn nis
loss. At one time he kept the Arnold
House, Hilo, and later the Park
Beach Hotel, Waikiki. Latterly he
has been employed in the Public
"Works department. Deceased was
a member of George W. De Long
Post No. 45, G. A. B.
The funeral of the late Charles N.
Arnold took place Thursday afternoon
from St. Andrew's Cathedral,
and was largely attended. The Kev.
Alex. Mackintosh read the service.
Members of the G. A. B. were
ISreakfast at the U. S. Legation.
Thursday morning His Excellency
John L. Stevens, Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary of
the United States, gave a breakfast
at the Legation, Nuuanu avenue, at
which the following invited guests
sat down: His Majesty the King attended
by the Chamberlain, Col. the
Hon. G. W. Macfarlane, Admiral
Geo. Brown, U. S. N., Hon. A. P.
Judd, Chancellor of the Kingdom,
His Ex. Hon. J. A. Cummins, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, Major J. H.
Wodehouse, H. B. M.'s Commissioner,
Mons. B. d'Anglade, French
Commissioner, Mr. T. Masaki, Japanese
Consul, Capt. Bemey, U. S. N.,
Capt. J. Bishop, U. S. N., Capt. G.
N. Pollard, E. N., Mr. H. "W. Severance,
U. S. Consul-Gen eral, and
Lieut. Dyer, U. S. N. The table
looked beautiful and the menu was
an excellent one. The band of the
U. S. Flagship Charleston was stationed
on the lawn and played during
The New Sailor's Home.
On Thursday, November Cth, a fair will
be held at the Armory on Beretania street,
the proceods to be applied to fitting up the
new Sailor's Home. AVe feel quite sure
that the whole community is interested in
this work, and we feel sure that each one
of our generous ladies will regard this
note as a personal appeal to do what she
can to help. All contributions should be
sent in as early as possible, that the committee
may be able to mark and classify.
The following committee of ladies will
always be ready to receive articles.
Mrs. Mary McKibbik Dowsett,
Mrs. A. de Souza Caxayakro,
Mrs. C. M. Hyde,
Mrs. J. H. Soper,
Mrs. H. "V. Schmidt,
Mrs. S. U. Allek,
Mrs. J. S. McGrew,
Mrs. W. W. Hall.
It is Said
That the National Eeform Party
have made a new Cabinet, Sam
Parker, Foreign Affairs, C. O. Berger,
Interior, E. C. Macfarlane, Finance,
P. Neumann, Attorney-General; that
Eep. Nawahi's idea of expediting
business is to make speeches and introduce
bills; that if the Legislature
hold night sessions and are let loose'
at midnight there will be more burglaries
than ever; that a man has been
talked to death, and that the mortality
from this cause will be very heavy
before the Legislature is over.
The steamer Iwalani went on the
Marine Eailway Thursday- Dan
Bellew, the second engineer,
slept on board "Wednesday
night, and before retiring placed
two under his- mattress.
One contained a promissory
note, the- other 53 in coin.
Yesterday wheruhewent to geii them,
they were missing, and his dofcbes
had also been gone through- No
clew at all to the thief-
ED. MtJTJGER HAS
MK. as a partner fgmoum. &
Honolulu. May 31. IMP. 53?-Pt
Auction Sale of the Balance of
Star 11 k ftpir.
On Tuesday, Sept. 30th
AT 1 O'CLOCK OOX.
At the Hill site, I wlllBell at Public Auction,
the following, comprising:
2 BOUSE LOIS, HE Sffi
And other Property g erthement in the
THOS. H. WRIGHT,
Phaetons Eor Sale!
$185, 170, $150.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'FG. CO.,
No. 70 Queen Street.
Mrs. M. Hyman returned to Hono
lulu on the Australia after a visit on
Mr. F. A. Hosmer the new President
of Oahu College called at the
office of this paper last week and expressed
himself greatly pleased with
his first impressions of Honolulu,
which has more of the characteristics
of an American city then he had expected
to find here.
Hon. Samuel Parker was present
in the Legislative hall last week.
We met him in the lobby and were
sorry to see that his late severe illness
has pulled him down considerably.
It is earnestly hoped by his
numerous friends that his complete
recovery to health and strength will
Mr. G. TV. Ewart late manager of
theHeeia plantation, is to assume
the management of the Kilauea
Mr. S. D. Fuller has returned
from his vacation on Maui and resumed
his duties at the Y. M. C. A.
Mr. 3. Q. Wood who arrived on
the Australia has assumed the duties
of mathematical teacher at the Oahu
College. Mr. Wood comes with the
Mr. W. F. Reynolds left on the
Australia in the interest of the
stationery store. He remains
over one steamer.
Miss S. V. Hopper of the
Seminary goes direct to her
home in Massachusetts, called there
by the sickness of a relative.
Mr. Harry Lewis is going for a
well earned vacation, and intends to
Mr. F. E. Nichols, who has been
connected with the Hawaiian News
Company's store for several years,
leaves for the States to take up permanent
Mr. J. M. Lydgate returns to Yale
to resume his studies. A farewell
social was tendered him yesterday
evening at the residence of Mr. A. F.
Mr. K. A. Macfie, Jr., and family
go direct to Scotland, to be absent
six months. Before leaving Kilauea,
Mr. Macfie was the recipient of a
very handsome kou calabash, resting
on boar's tusks, from the foreign
employees on the plantation. The
Hawaiian employees presented him
with a very handsome gold headed
cane made of pohala wood grown on
the plantation. The head bears a
suitable inscription. Mr. Macfie is
very popular at Kilauea, and these
gifts were tokens of the esteem he
is held in by the employees
Mr. J. N. Wright goes on business
connected with the California Feed
Company, and to purchase stock.
UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS
day formed a for tbe
purpose of dealing in Hay. Grain, etc..
under the name of lhe California Feed Co.
T. J. KING,
J. N. WEIGHT,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 1890.
TN REFERENCE TO TUB ABOVE.
J- we would call the attention of the public
to the fact that we-have now in stock,
Several Thousand Bales of California
Wheat, Oat k Alfalfa Hay
of the very best quality ,.ex recent arrivals,
and we are going to sell it at
3?rice Lower 1TaaJi 33"cei Offered
Before in TChis
Warehouse at .Leleo, King street (near
the R. R. Depot). Mutual Telephone 121.
Office Mutual Telephone 139; Bell 348.
Residence Bell Telephone 4ft,
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
KAUAI INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL,
THE begin its First Term,
"Wednesday., October 1st, 1890.
The faculty will consist of
31b. R- W. Andbews, Principal and Teacher
Mes. M. S. Andbbws, Matron and Teacher
English and Elocution.
Mn. C H. Speeb, Drawing and Mechanic
J5F" Applications for admission should
be aiade to
DR. J. K. SMITH, Koloa, or
R. W. ANDREWS, Malumalu.
Lihne, Kauai, Sept. 20, 1S90.
Tlie Liverpool and Lon
don and Globe
Etf SURA2TOE CO
Assets 8 40,000,000
Net Income 9,079,000
Claims Paid 113.569,000
Takes Bisks against Loss or Damage by fire
on Buildings, Machinery, Sugar HI Us.DweHings
and Furniture, on tbe most favorable terms.
Bishop & Co.
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Per steamers and other late arrivals,
a large and complete
Prints, Cotton, bleached and
Sheetings, Denims, Ticks, Stripes, &c.
A fine selection of
Dress Goods in the Latest Styles
Also Curtains, Mosquito Netting,
"Woolen Goods of every description;
A complete line
Clothing, O. & U. Shirts, Shawls,
Blankets, QuiIts,Tovels, etc.,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Kibbons,
Hats, Umbrellas, Carpets, etc.,
Sealskin Traveling and Carriage
Rugs, etc. Fancy Goods, Notions,
Cs. of best English and Australian
HOGSKIK SADDLES !
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BAGS AND BAGGING
For every purpose ,
Sail, Twine and Filter-Press Cloth,
Cutlery, Stationery, Jewelry,
Perfumery, Pipes, etc.
Looking Glasses, etc.,
Pianos, Herophones, Aristons,
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WRAPPING AND PRINTING
Paints and Oils, etc.,
Barrels and Kegs, Keg Snooks and
2 Baxter Engines, Steam Pumps,
Iron Filter Presses !
Sugar Coolers, Iron Bedsteads,
Galvanized Tubs aud Buckets,
Lanterns, Axes, Hammers,
Tin Plates, Sheet Lead,
Sheet Zinc, Galv. Iron Sheets,
Galvanized Corrugated Iron & Ridging
Screws and "Washers,
GALVANIZED FENCE WIRE,
Barbed Fence "Wire,
Yellow Metal, Comp. Nails, Iron
Fishplates, Bolts. Spikes,
Switches, Portable Rails,
Steel Sleepers, Portland Cement,
Fire Bricks, Roof Slates, Boats,
Baskets, Demijohns, Corksr etc.,
Pie Fruits, Sauces, Coud. Milk,
Blue Mottled Soap, "Windsor Soap,
"Wash Blue, Cream of Tartar,
Carb. Soda, Vinegar, Biscuits,
Stearin Candles, Rock Salt,
Camphor, Safety Matches,.
Castor Oil, Epsom Salts,
Hunyadi Janos, etc.
Dinner and Breakfast Sets, Plates,
Bowls, Toilet Sets, Flower Pots,
Assorted Crates, etc.
Tumblers, Wine Glasses, Sample
Champagne, Port Wine, Sherry,
Bitters, Rhinewine, Clarets,
Cognac Brandy, Whisky, Rum,
Gin, Doornkat, Porter, Ale,
St. Pauli Beer, Pilsener,
Muller's Lagerbier, etc.,
Harzer Sauerbrunnen (Mineral
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American Smoking Tobacco, etc.,
HAWAIIAN SUGAR AND RICE !
Golden Gate and Crown Flour,
Bread, Salmon, Cal. Produce, etc.
-a For sale on the most Liberal
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