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the household of the Intendente
only escaping by the timely aid of
On August 13th the obnoxious
Ministers resigned, but Balmaceda
appointed successors equally un
nooular. thev beinir all firm advo-
cates of the President's policy, and
so the Executive and the Congress
being thrown into antagonism, the
position is one which has ripened
The Congress now refused to
grant supplies in order to force the
President and Ministers to yield to
tho public. The laws regulating
and authorizing the tarLT of import
and export duties became void on
July 2, 1890, and Congress refused
any relief until the President
yielded. The country was in a
state of panic, business was par
alyzed and all the machinery of
Government ceased to act.
The President and his party still
At Valparaiso on September 1st,
the Custom House was closed by
K. of P.-Oahu Lodge No. 1. and Mystic the striking of the stevedores and
Notice is hereby given that from and
after this date all drafts on the Trt asury
for the payment of salaries of employees
of the Government must be signed by the
head of the Department or Bureau unJer
which they serve.
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 1. 1891. 2G54-lm
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAP.
Mahoe was on his back. It Wf.a not
until October, 1870, that he was
able to reach these islands and
secure medical treatment. Under
the patient care of Dr.Stanzenwald,
and by the blessing of God, the
wound finally healed, but his arm
The shooting was done in cold
blood, without any provocation
whatever. Let it ever bo to the
credit of Mr. and Mrs. Mahoe that
thev voluntarily stood nobly at
their post, humble, gentle and de
fenseless missionaries when they
miirht have been removed by
the Moraine Star to another
island for safety.
Jan. 27, 1891.
before him the stuff that fills the
aggregate mind, u wisdom bring
eth sweet charity." Wise editor!
BY JAS. F. MO KG AN
AUCTION SALE OF
Sn. Mo Tn. W. Th.t Fr. Ha. tfT Jan. 2d. '
1 2 3
" sr Jan. 10th.
4 5g7 8 g 10 v. Sew Moon.
IT 12 13 It 15 1 17 -ft Jan. 16th.
I .V 1st Qu'rt'r.
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
zv Jan. 24th.
25 26 37 28 29 30 31 I vS? Full Moon.
EVEST3 OF TO-DAY.
Lodge No. 2 at 7 :30 p. M
Ckxtral Umon Chcrch Service in par
lors at 7 :30 p,m.
Bt. Akdbew's Cathedral Service Second
Congregation at 7:30 p. m.
Mketihg Board of Health at 2 p. m.
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
Bo just and fear not;
tet all the ends thou alm't at be
Thy Country'a, thy Ood'a, and Truth's.
JAN. 28, 1891.
The editorial department of the
launch men who were witnout
waires. and who banded together
arid attacked several business es
la Imt. were driven off
by the troops. In the course of
the evening, full 10,000 rioters took
possession of the principal streets
and commenced to pillage and set
on fire. For two hours this scene
continued when a body of troops
arrived and opened fire mercilessly
on the mob, whom they dispersed
with fnrtv of the rioters dead on
h frrmind and a lartre number
The country therefore finds itself
in the following dilemma:
On the one hand the refusal of
BEFORE DOLE, J.
Tuesday, Jan. 27.
In re estate of Mr. Reinhardt, of
Honolulu, deceased, intestate. Peti
tion of Mrs. Catherine Singer to be
appointed administrator. Ordered
bv the Court that letters of admin
istration be issued to her under 1,200
bond, and that she give usual no-
tice to creditors ana me an iuveu
tnrv. W. It. Castle for petitioner.
In the case of .Hawaiian uoiei
Stables Co. vs. Elizabeth K. Cum
mins, tried before Judge McCully on
Monday, a mixed jury returned ver
dict for plaintiff, $200 damages. The
case has been appealed. Carter for
plaintiff; Hatch for defendant.
To those who need a pleasant Tonic
fnr anv kind of debility, we can recom-
men i Clements as the best. For sale
by Hollister & Co.
Tuesday, Jan. 27.
Kupele, gross cheat, by obtaining
10 from Allen & Robinson by false
pretenses. He had obtained the
amount as a shipping advance, after
lmuinir shinned with the two steamer
more widely an expositor of the COmDanies. Defendant was found
sentiments of the people those guilty in second degree and sen
r -fMi, hr- tencedtobard labor 30 days and to
... I nav costs.
acter which may be crushed for a Qne case Q drunkenness brought
time by one faction, and upheld by a fine of 4.
This may be accepted as
Philosophy of Journalism.
Journalism, briefly, defined, is
the embodiment of public opinion,
in the periodical press. And if
this definition, condensed and cor
rected, be correct, it is obvious that
men in early history did not select
it, as a means of warfare. But it
was chosen and selected as a me
dium through which the ideas and
feelings of the people could be
scanned from its pages, after they
had reached a state of ebullition;
the same to acquire importance as
it became more surely, truly and
I have received instructions to sell at Publio
Auction, at my Salesroom, Queen St.,
On Saturday, Jan. 31st
AT 12 O'CLOCK KOONt
8 M of Horses
Beiug well bred young stock from the
BROKEN TO HARNESS.
The Horses can be seen at any
time after Wednesday, Jan. 28th. at the
stables in the rear of the Metropolitan
Meat Market, King street.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DKVLKR8 IN-
Drugs and Medicines
AMERICAN and HAVANA CIGAKS,
THE LEAD IX Q BRAKDS OF
Cigarettes and Tobaccos.
The Most Complete Stock of Photographic Supplies
On the Islands.
J. F. MORGAN,
AGENCY FOR THE KODAK.
VOT Dark Room at
Auction Sale of Stocks
Manufacturers of a Full Lino of
On Monday, Peb. 2nd,
ATT IS NOON.
At my Salesroom, Quetn ptrec-t, I will
sell at Public Auction,
AERATED WATEES !
Comprising all the Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day.
HOLLISTER & CO..
109 Fort Sln-et
$905,010 AN OUNCE.
Th Cnstliest Drni in the 100
World's Great Pharmacopoeia.
a minor conclusion involved in a
major one of far more importance.
The former can be established by
the analyst, while the latter as we
shall presently attempt to show,
must be educed bv tbe historian.
There are ingenious men who live Here is a list of scarce and costly
very plentifully upon the curiosity drUgS: Three-pound bottle of al
of their fellow subjects. . , . . nf ann;tinfl.S4R5.50: ouarter-
All of the literary scavengers ' .
all of ounce pniai 01 cnenaonine aiKaioia,
Bulletin is evidently thoroughly congrC8s to vote any supplies, cuts xem receive the same advices a new drug used in skin diseases,
committed to the late mud-slinging off the subsistence of the llepublic; from abroad, and very often in the sCropula and dropsy, 888; cocaine,
policy of the Elcle. Such tactics meanwliilo Balmaceda, the Presi- very same words; but their way of about 12() pound. A five-
were very proper for the class of dent, has full control of amy, "B 'V ".VZZS ounce botUe of " true cotoin " will
readers who read the klele, but do banks and mint as long as he JJ nIpac:p(i an(i airreeablv cost about S350, or about $0 per
not carry conviction to any one control the officials. If, there- satisfied, until our highly-fed pal- ounce. Crystals of elaterin. a poi-
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whose opinion is worth anything.
Shares Paia Sugar Co.'s
Stock; Par Value, $100
Shares Hawaiian Sugar
Co.'s Stock; Par Value $100
Each; $16 per Share Paid
UNION IRON .WORKS CO.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
It. MORE, :
Jas. F. Morgan,
2673 6t AUCTIONEER.
Office and Works, - -
The Bulletin is constantly froth
ing at the mouth about some hor
rible secret which it has stowed
away in its back office concerning
the electric light system. The sub
ip.ffc is evidentlv trnawinjr at the
editor's vitals, and, like a ghost
which will not be laid, meets him
at unexpected corners. Oat with
it neighbor! Make a clean breast
of it. Wo know that you are
dying to tell; now come on and
give us the dread details and we
will have our devil ready with a
green light, and slow music.
fore Balmaceda and his Ministry ates, accept them, served np steam- son used in cases of hydrophobia
Kni.i nnt tho Government of ing hot and fresh. But when they and lockjaw, prepared from a plant
can hold out, tho irovernment vi & " . .. :j. L nQri ftrmv. Amorin Tnrl n nr.
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Chile becomes a Dictatorsh p-a Journali8tio artist which' may
condition that cannot last for long, ffal.nil,h and prepare the proper
or probably, be brought to an end saUces to give them a relish,
without sanguinary civil war. As Then again, comes that cold
the action of the Congress plainly synical skeptical penetrating poh-
1 7 .4. TT 1 1 on, warming his eagle eye down
shows that neither the Hone nor Jhe .q q? hiwolf
the country are inclined to yield wnjch the ever wary editor must
their just rights, the only way to have taken especial care to "dress
avoid bloodshed would seem to be up," because he grunts the selfish
that Balmaceda, who was not grunt of satisfaction, and proceeds
, .iL . , 1. (IoUj to mutton chops and beefsteak in
elected without riot and bloodshed, gQod addre88 The appetite for
and his partisans should withdraw news and the various kinds and
from the position tbey nave qualities required to satisry 11, is
only known to tne mortal anu iue
immortal (1) journalists. The
The troubles that have recently
broken out m Chile appear to have L J
been impending for a long time, as
far back indeed as the election of
the present President, Senor Bal
maceda, in June, 1886. The Presi
dents of the Chilean .Republic are
elected for a period of four years,
and accordingly President Bal
maceda's term of office expired last
June. It appears to have become
a custom in Chile that the retiring
President names his preference for
a successor, and in this case one
Senor Sanfuentes, to whom Bal
maceda was indebted for somepecu
niary services, but -"who had no
political or national claim to tho
effice, was named as his candidate.
This gave rise at once to a dis
turbance of so formidable a char
acter that the chief of the Cabinet
Senor Lastarria, demanded of Bal
maceda the absolute withdrawal of
Balmaceda insolently refused, on
v-hich the Liberal party, hitherto
divided, demanded in concert the
withdrawal of Sanfuentes and the
appointment of a new and Liberal
Ministry. Though tho President
was obliged to make a show of
yielding, he soon found means of
forcing tho new Ministry to resign,
and himself appointed a Cabinet
composed entirely of his personal
friends, with the obnoxious San
fuentes as Prime Minister, and to
escape a vote of censure from the
Congress, dismissed the Assembly
with the promise of an extra ses
sion. On being convened, this ex
tra session passed a vote of censure
on the President, and one of want
of confidence on the Ministry, on
which the President withdrew
Sanfuentes from tho candidacy, but
persuaded tho Ministry to declare
its determination to remaiu in office
in opposition to tho Congress.
This was tho match that fired
the pile. Several minor riots wen
quelled in Santiago, but in Val
paraiso a formidable outbreak had
already taken place, when on tho
20th of May the Inteudeneia was
attacked and completely wrecked,
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newspaper aunais 01 me present
century are full of progress, which
develoDes in libels, government
prosecutions, and struggles of the
masses. Many triumphs have been
gained by the press, not the least
The Statement of the Shooting notable ot these is tne tnumpn 01
of the Late Mr. Mahoe. public liberty the independence of
of ml?ai .
A lew, oniy a comparative lew
We do not nokl ourselves responsible for the
atfttemeuts made, or opinions expressed by our
Mr. Editor: In your issue
to-day, Jan. iau, juu i""'ou " papers of the day have grown
notice of the death of L,ev. J. 11. j o-reat, absorbing attention by their
Mahoe, a Hawaiian missionary, magnitude and importance, for the
v-.. .Li, l-;-i WAr,h nf hi work, conduced and simple reason that
11111 O UCUa nilJV v II , , . . - lii 1 r
but when you state, "a dispute l h .
arose, and he was shot through the Tbia proceeded from the far-
called South American Indian ar
row,is worth about 8175 per ounce.
Among other costly drugs we
might mention the following, and
the different sized bottles and phials
in which they are sold: Agancin,
4 J ounces, 43.75; colocynthm, 5J
Besides the above there are var
ious preparations made from tho
Calabar bean, the cost 01 which are
rnl a 1
amazing, mey are cnieny useu in
diseases of the eye.
The costliest of these prepara
tions from the Calabar is physostig-
mine salicylate crystals, an aristo
cratic drug that is furnished to the
customer who is able to buy at
the reasonable charge of 81,810,020
for a two-ounce phial St. Louis
For Hongkong Direct!
The Al steamship
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Co. is now due and paynble at the office of
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on or about
January 251 h.
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arm by one of the savages, one
would naturally infer that the
shooting was occasioned by a quar
rel or dispute in which he was,
more or less, himself engaged.
Allow me to correct this wrong
impression. Mr. Mahoe was sent
to the Gilbert Islands in 1858. He
was located for two years on Apai-
sighted vision of independent spe
Tho history of Hawaiian jour
nalism is in its infancy; it is still un
written; but the materials are
accumulating rapidly. In one
year's time, we have noted the
steady advancement of each peri
odical; that spirit of eager ener
getic loftiness which struggles for
tho topmost round of tho ladder.
seen the badainr 01 a
ang. In I860 he was removed,. as We bave seen the budding of
one of the pioneers, to the neigh- small evening she'et, which in itself
boring island of Tarawa. Here he was a credit, blossoming into a
taught the savages for nearly eight full-fledged eight paged edition,
years. Ho was then re-stationed We have noted the constant growth
at Apaiang, ana wnno mere a war wui Cau.wi uu
broke out between tbe inhabitants ing journal wnose elements 01 suc
of these two islands. The Apaiang- cess seem to be firm, and wholly
ers gained a firm foothold on Ta- peculiar to its carefully selected
rawa, and the Tarawa party came literary matter, and able journ
down and took possession of the alistic ability in its management,
deserted and undefended island of And especially do we admire the
Apaian". These savago hordes phenomenal enterprise as shown in
thronged the mission station for the recent numbers of the "Para
weeks' and months. The lives of dise of tho Pacific." Honolulu
the missionaries were constantly in may be proud of her first illus
daner. Some of the houses were trated journal. Its editors have
repeatedly rifled. On the 25th of began at the X. Y. of illustrations.
March, 18t9. Mr. Mahoe had more They are perfect! Tho great raon
or less information that it was the archs of the peace seem to be in a
purpose of the savages to take his constant state of rivalry which will
life that night. One of the party result in a hij;h standard of financial
had for some time professed to be success aud by and by a historian
friendly to him, and was constant- will rise from these squabbles of
ly with him on the evening of that analysts and essayists to weave to
day. Abouf midnight he suggested gether all loose facts and specula
to Mr. Mahoe that he remove his tions in one grand department of
laran from the sitting room into the literature, which will influence
bed room, and that he remain in the destines of tbe people.
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the durk that ho might not- be seen
by those who wished to shoot him
from outside. lie removed the
light, and came back to the sitting
room. Missing the Gilbert Island
er, ho went to the side of the door,
and peered out into the darkness,
calling to the Gilbert Islauder.
The reply was a shot from this very
man, who stood but a few feet from
the house. The bullet passed
through his body, near the right
shoulder, and struck the wall on
the opposite side of the room, and
rebounded. For four months Mr.
A journal mav be the voice of an
individual, but the power of the
voice depends upon the echoes
which take it up, which prolong
and infinitely multiply its vibrations-
These are facts which jour
nalists know particularly well. The
greatest of our foreign and Amer
ican papers owo their success to
tho unwearied care with which
they watch the changing tide cf
public opinion, so as to appear to
direct that mighty current on
which it can only tloat. Tho active
brain of the editor sees laid bare
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bidden to trfrspass or to shoot on m j
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of, viz: Makakupaiwiki. Kapakea, Kauna
kakai, Kalaruaula, Naiwa. Tahiuu. and
Kaluakai, without written consent of the
owners or myself.
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Secretary J.O. Carter
Treasurer P. C. Jones
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