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VOL. XXI.. -NO. 3882.
HONOIiUXTJ. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 3 1S93.
PRICE: 5 CENTS.
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C. BREWER & CO., LIMITED
Queen Street, IZonolala, II. I.
AGENTS FOR
HAwatisn Agricaltaral Co., Onome
Bn&Li Co., Hoaoma Basar CowfW&ilaka
BcswCo., Wtihee Btigar Co., Mxtoe
Cspur Co.. H&IeakjJft Bnch Co., Kp-
PUntrs' Lim 8n FrancLsco Fctota.
C2i4. Brewer & Co.'i line o! Boston
Fftdcets.
Agenta Boston Board of Underwriters.
Aata Philadelphia Board of Under
writers. list or orncjsBS:
P. C. Josxs President
Oso. H. BoszBTSoa . . .... . .Manager
E. P. Bishop. Tree, and Becy.
Col. W. F. Ai.T.KTt Auditor
O. M. Cooxs )
H. WATxaHOCis . . . V ... -.Directors
' O. L. Castzs )
TOU CAN GET
Uaylland China, plain and
decorated ; English China,
White, Granite; Cut Glass
ware, Moulded and Engraved
Glatsware, Agateware, Tin
ware, Lamps and Fittings,
Flower Pots, Fruit Jars and
Jelly Glasses and a thousand
other useful and ornamental
articles at
J. T.
Queen Street Stores.
3807-lf '
The Hawaiian loyes!menl Co.
REAL ESTATE
-AND-
FOR SAIiE.
Desirable Property in all parts of the
City.
Four Houses on Punchbowl street at
a bargain.
A 4-acre Lot at Makiki.
Lots 4 and 5, Block 25, Pearl
City,
A2K-C" Lot at Kalihi.
Residence at Kalihi with barn, pig
ena and cnicken coop. lLUxll): suitable
or a Ufl:cen xwancu.
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13 and 15 Kaikmanu Street
Telephone G39.
Near Postoffice.
Castle & Cooke,
LIFE AND FIRE
INSURANCE AGENTS !
AGENTS FOK
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
OF BOSTON".
Stna Fire Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD.
HONOLULU
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY!
.ST?-
W.W. WRIGHT,
Proprietor.
Carriage : Builder
IIEPAHIE11.
gT All orders from the other islands
in the Carriage Building. Trimming and
Painting Line, will meet with prompt
attention.
j CZJ-P. O. BOX 321.
W 128 AND 130 FORT STREET
WATER1WS
3363-y
lousiness. Cards.
DR. R. I. MOORE
DENTIST,
02c Ariiartoa Cotts. Eatel t'lt
C7Offic8 houis : 9 aim. to 12 v.
and 1 y." if. to 4 r. v. 3860-1 m
M. E. Grossman, D.D.S.
33K3STTIST,
93 HOTIL STB tlT.
frOf no. Hopm 0 a. m to 4 r
S. NISHIMURA,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
DEALER IN
Japanese Provisions, Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods, Etc.
PRICE) VERY MODERATE.
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Foster Block, Nuuanu Street.
New Goods
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
TILES FOR FLOORS !
And for Decorating Purposes ;
Uattqcq or.ALii Kxanu,
Maxxla Ciqass.
WING WO CHAN & CO.
No. aa Nuuanu Otre)t
ISSl-q
Great Republican ' Victory !
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WE HAVE OX HAND A FIXE AS-
80RTMKXT OF
EKGLISH SERaES!
Tweeds, Clay Worsteds, Diagonals
and French Casslmeres
Suitable for the Holidays.
Our prices are lower than ever. Give
us a call be i ore ordering.
MHDEIROS & CO.,
Tailobs.
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
38472m
F. W. MAKINNEY,
TYPEWKITER,
Cenveyancer and Searther of Records
F1KK. LIFE AND
Accident :- Insurance.
All kinds of Typewriting done, promptly,
ciieapiy ana eccuraieiy.
ALSO
GENERAL COLLECTOR.
ComcK: 31S pout street 3S48-tf
PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
F. HORN,
Practical Confectioner mmd. Baker,
NO. 71 HOTEL BTBKET.
3753-tf
WM. L. PETERSON,
Notary Public, -: Typewriter
AND COLLECTOR.
Orrics: Oyer Bishop & CoaBank.
3818-y
WILLIAM SAVTDGE,
Collector and Real Estate Agent
Rents Collected. Houses Kented.
Office: Cummins Block, Merchant
street.
3S56-lm
Massage.
MRS. PRAY WOULD ANNOUNCE
that she will attend a Umited num
ber of patients. . A3dreas aH. M.
Whitney's King si. ; oeu awojwww i.
Business Cards.
VIAVI
CURES ALL DISEASES PEC U
liar to women, rhnrtiatiam, skin
diseases and acts as a bl--.l purifier.
Lecture et Viavi Hall at 3 p. m. this
afternoon.
3851-tf
JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician,
HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Union etreet.
tX-r-Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 2
to 4 p. v. Mutual Telephone No. 610.
383S-3m
A. PERRY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Notary Public
Office: Over Bishop's Bank.
3692-ly
WILLI All C. PARKE,
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
Agent to take Aeknowlsdgmsnts.
Ornc No. 13 Kaahumanu Street, Hono-
lain, xx. a.
H. R. HITCHCOCK,
KotaryPoblic, Second Judiciary Circuit
H. I., K.ALUAAHA, MOLOKAI.
3S04-3m
H. MAY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
98 FORT STREET.
Telephones 22. P. O. Box 470.
3450-y
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
HARDWARE,
Cutlery and Glassware
307 Fort Street.
3575-ly
BEAVER SALOON,
FOBT BTBSZT, OPPOSITE WILD KB A CoJb
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof
fee, Boda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk.
CXOFES FK0M 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
Smokers' Recuisites a ppecialtv.
WM. F. THRUM,
Room No. 11, Spreckels' Block.
, 3 So 9-3 m
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
Steam Engines,
Boilers, Sngsr 2111 la, Coolers, Er
and Ial Cmutlng
And machinery of every description raade
to order. Particular attention paid to
ships' blacksmlthins;. Job work excuted
on the shortest notic.
LEWIS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail GfOCerS
Ill FORT STREET,
Telephone 240. P. O. Box 297.
LEWERS & COOKE,
iSucceQsors to Lewers & Dickson.
Importers and Dealers in Lumber
And all Kinds of Building Materials.
NO. 83 FOKT STREET. HONOLULU
CONSOLIDATED
Soda Water Works Company, Limited
Esplanade, Corner lUen and Fort Sts.
HOLLISTER & CO..
3710 1558-lv Agents.
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Inportar tod DJr r
OENESAL MEEOHAKDISS.
H o. S-l Qnscn Street, Hoooloia
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WHOLESALE GROCERY
ASD DKALXRS IX
Leather and Shoe Findings
HONOLULU.
A RUNTS Honolulu Soap Works Co.,
A.UIU110 Honolulu TkBucrr.
H. HACKFELD CO..
General Cominission'Agents
Cor. Fart sod Queen sts., Uooolala.
PUBLIC PROTECTORS MEET,
Dr. Russell Complains of Diseased
Meat in His District.
THE IN8AME ASYLIM WINDMILL.
Executive Officer Keys eld Point Out
the Defect Kew Chinese Iocter la
TownA Small Cnrko of Medicine
Ordered Probable Contest for a II all.
The Board of Health held a reg
ular meeting yesterday afternoon
with President Smith in the chair.
Executive Officer Reynolds
handed in a report regarding the
windmill at the Insane Asylum.
It seems that the mill has not
given satisfaction although it was
approved and paid for. In Mr.
Reynold's opinion the pump is all
right but he is in doubt whether
the machine has motive power
enough to work it, although he
does not say so in the following
report:
Office of the Board of
'Health,
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 2, 1894.
Hon. W. O. Smith, President of
. the Board of Health.
Sir: Acting upon instructions
from the Board I made an exam
ination of the windmill and pump
ing, gear at the Insane Asylum,
and find that the vertical rod con
necting the mVl with the belt gear
is considerably out of line, caus
ing an extra amount of friction on
the top and bottom edges of the
bearings, which must in a very
short time be injured by the same.
The shaft1 connecting the gear
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mg witn ine puiiey wneei is too
light, and the wheel held in posi
tion by a set screw which has al
ready cut partly through the shaft
in several places. I am. also in
formed that the belt will not re
main on' the wheels if the mill is
going with any speed, which shows
that they must also be out of line.
I think the arrangements ior
holding down the legs of the mill
frame are unsafe, the same being
held merelv bv lag screws which
are likely to draw with a strong
f
wind, instead of bolts running
through the bed sills.
I am informed that the pump
does its work well. The only
fault being in the working gear for
the 3ame.
Respectfully submitted,
C. B. Reynolds,
Executive Officer Board of Health.
Mr. Reynolds was given power to
remedv the fault.
A letter from Superintendent
Meyers was read regarding affairs
at tho leper settlement. Jie stated
that satisfactory progress was being
made in the removal of the healthy
natives from Kalaupapa and did
not anticipate any trouble. The
people seemed disposed to accept
the offer of the Government and
retire in a peaceable manner.
A letter from Dr. Hyde was read.
It referred to the Y. M. C. A. hall
at the settlement. He is anxious
to have the building placed under
control of the American Board ot
Missions, and has the consent of G.
N. WiJcox, who donated a sum of
money to it erection. The mem-
bers of the 15oard oi neaitn are
agreeable to the plan, and think
it would be a desirable arrange
ment.
It seems that the building is now
controlled by a building committee.
the members of which have not tne
conBdence of the natives. The
latter are anxious for the change
also. i
Mr. Reynolds stated that a baker j
at the settlement threatened to j
shut up hop unless the price of j
wood was reduced. II.- man in
question opposes another in the
same line of busiuf ss, and the result
ia trinf hrpnrl is Bfild at five CeotS a
loaf, instead often a formerly. If;
he should retire from Lusicf.-s his
opponent in trade will immediately 3. Ballad 'Sunshine and liain"-i-
: m oa - Blumem
raiee nis price, xuc
referred to Mr. Mevers, and the
chances are that the'lepers will re
ceive their daily bread at the pres
ent price.
Dr. Russell, of Waianae, com
plained of the poor quality 'of beef i
furnished at the place mentioned.
According to his statement the
cattle are half-starved and most of
them are unhealthy. The secre
tary was instructed to inform him
that he had the power to condemn I
"lJ2"
idemic of influenza that annually
visits Waianae and claimed that
vaccination was a sure preventive. I
xio uxeu ior enuugn virus to ope
rate on the members of his district
as an experiment.
It was decided to allow Chun
Kara Chin a license to practice
medicine. He was recommended
by several prominent Chinese and
possesses a diploma which was
read off yesterday.
Dr. Goto wants more medicine
WW.
ior nis nospitai. i wo tons were
ordered; enough to last two
months at least.
Bids for supplies were opened
and were referred to Mr. Reynolds.
CARTER'S ADDRESS CRITICISED.
Correspondent Says it is Not Cor
pent or Lomcal in rnfftrfltiftft.
jia. xaiiun. x ctiucr alt. varicfs
aaaress on tne ultimate aim of all
laws, nor your uiwnai ou wum laws
are, seem tame correct in statement
or logical in inference. To regard all
legislation as simply tne rormuia ior
a people's customs and usages, is as
much of a practical blunder as toswal-1
low the paper on which a physician's
pxcaciipwuix o iui w.-1
mg me meoicme compoonos accoraing
to tne pnysician s airecwons. n is a
purely mecnamcai tneory or numanitanrx next session, with regard to
nature and its relations, and about as
aciintific a, the oldKoUmaic theojy
oi asuuuuuij mo
centre of the universe. There are
ethical principles at the basis
of all government and all legis-1
latlon. Tne nature or man as social
rational, free, lies at the foundation of
all true scientific estimate of political
authority, legal justice, legitimate
sovereignty. '
It is true that laws, as matters or
State legislation, are. rules for regu-
lating tne social actions ox men. rney
are as various as me conditions aou
needs of humanity, liut such variety
dos not contravene the underlying
tiko.t. nf natural rfchfj?. 'and th nennft
sitvand snhere of legislation in the
Adnntion of urh forma of common
action as will best secure those rights.
This fa not eoulvalent to savincr that
mankind originated government and
legislation by uniting for this express "ou ueuiiigs w ws uermans ana w
purpose. But it is equivalent to de- the course of his visit Sir John assem
nying that the Republic of Hawaii, as bled the principal chiefs as well as
constltutea todav. expresses tne cus-
toms and usages of the populace of to
dav. This is no looser "the .Empire
of the calabash," and "pedigree is not
identical with power." The sovereign
ty of today is' founded on rights as
well as right, net on customs, however
venerable, nor usages, nowever sa
credly regarded. Traditionalism is a
dead issue in both Church and State
In this nineteenth century. "The
most ancient of our grandmothers'
salt-boxes is a useless piece of ware
for the needs of today, if it contains no
salt.' or if it Is so clogged in tnis
moist tropical climate that there is no
satisfactory delivery when we need
salt for salubrity or savoriness.
There Is very little use in naving
civil, political, personal and religious
rights, without some power to insure
the free use of such rights. This power
to secure our riehts js the aim and
obiect of all law.-, and laws are not,
therefore, merely the expressions of
social customs and usages. The right
eousness of any governmental author
ity does not depend upon tne wnims
of the populace, but upon that goveri?-
ment's securing in the fullest possible
degree the rights o those : who nve
goveruuicuu c oriu ijr v.
l t." i 1-. Va ..a.
I P"' ?"3!i1"OD.?H"IeHt -SrSSS
surroundines under which
people live. But every government, to
be legitimate, must conform to the ulti
mate rule of right, and therefore must
not be incompetent nor iniquitous;
otherwise it is vicious and detestable
tyranny. Legality, mechanical and
servile, is conformity to existing out
ward rules and regulations: but loy
alty, exuberant and joyous, is intelli
gent and enthusiastic devotion to the
legitimate authority, that in its exer
cise of sovereignty, secures for us the
free use of pur political rights. The
government in Hawaii nei Is not a
matter of custom and usage, but an
intelligent, firm, liberal administra
tion of affairs, to secure their inalien
able rights. II-
Jloonlight Concert Tonight.
The Hawaiian band will furnish
the following programme at Thomas
Square this evening, commencing
at 7 :30 o'clock :
PAKT I.
l. March "Festival".. Faust
o. Overture "Ormion" Pettee
Blumentbal
Selection-"Ernani Verdi
PART II.
5. Selection Rose of Castille"-Balfe
6. Dance "Manzanillo" Robyn
7. Waltz "Waikiki Beach"-... Berger
S. Polka uHilo Bay" Berger
"Hawaii Fonoi."
IIEVS FROM THE AI2HF0DI
The Taxation Qnestioil CanS3 th&
ResigMtira of a. Minister.
roskkkry
AND XKTT BAL4ND.
Victoria's Now GsTrar-n RriUiW
Gorsrmmcat VfiU Arm IXorrk&at
Vessels T LAbor Tnd U t Sol
omon Islands I xrlnf Out.
Melbourne, Doc. 18. A ministe
rial crisl3 has occurred owing to the
resignation of Sir Frederick Sargood,
M. Ij. C, Minister of Defence. In a
letter bearing date 14th December,
addressed by Sir P. Barsrood to th
pemIer Slr Sargood points out
that prior to his consenting to join the
Ministry they discussed fully certain
subjects, an came to a frank under-
standing thereon. The question of
uirect taxation by means ofa"sur-
plus or wealth tax" was one upon
i which they agreed, but subsequently
I a majority of the Cabinet dArirffldfm.
I on the unimproved value of land and
I an income tax.
Colonial Secretary Talks.
Auckland, Dec 15. epeakins at
AucKiand tonight, the Colonial Secre-
i tary said that the Government intend-
i ed to deal wlth question of the
I oamoa, ne saia the opinion of an im
raMWffl
i WUn more respect by Ix)rd Roasberv.
I who had spoken so loosely on the sub-
I ject that he had 1m mediate! v to rush
to the papers to get bis statements al-
I tered. le also regretted that the
j British Government should allow the
I opinions of one man to influence them
I on the question of the Paclno cable.
I and suggested that the time was corn-
mg wnen It would be necessarv for
j the English-speaking community to
i noia a conrerence on the subject of bl
i mei&nsm. r r
Sir John Thurston's Visit.
I dydney, Dec. 16. Sir John B.
Thurston recently visited the Solo
I mon Islands. The High-Commissioner
made a tooTof the eastern or British
I portion of the group the other por-
i woi.ie, uu huuiwwu luclu u h
what would be expected of them un
der the comlog change of Govern
ment. It is intended to send a Resi
dent Commissioner to the Solomons
in- the same way as has bten done at
the Gilbert Islands. Head-bunting
and cannibalism were specially nin
gled out as practices which the British
Government would not tolerate. The
laoor traae is aying out. xnere is n
need for further legislation, for the
fact seems to be that the natives will
not recuit for Queensland or any
other place. The Kurrara met with
the Queensland labor vessel Ixchlel
on the 4th lost. She had then been
out three months, and had only re
cuited some fifteen boys. Sir John
V1"!?1?1 has promise l tnat, under
the British Resident's ?ipervIsion,the
traders who employ native labor on
Thurston has promise i that, under
their vessels for boat work will have
licenses issued to them by the Resi
dent. Under existing regulations
these licenses are issue 1 from Sydney.
Merchant Cruisers.
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anent armin of t lie vessels of the
fomnanv and the IVnlnTllr and
Orient.. fcompaDy elected m armed
iuercuaui cruisers, xtuu aieauier wm
also carry a gunner.
v.
.An Imperial Subsidy.
London, Dec. 8. The question as
to the proposal to grant an Imperial
subsidy to the new Atlantic steam ser
vice between Canada and England,
Eromoted by Mr. James Huddart, has
een referred to the Inter-Departmental
Postal Committee.
Victoria's New Governor.
London, Dec. 10. It is probable
that Lord Brassey will succeed the
Earl of Hopetoun as Governor of Vic
toria. Mr. Glade Received by Germany.
The Foreign Department has re
ceived official notice from the Ber-
lin Foreign Office that Mr. H. F.
Glade has been received by the
German Government as Charge
d'Affaires and Consul-General of
Hawaii. Freiberr von MarschalJ,
over whose signature the letter
comes, takes occasion to speak of
Mr. Glade's excellent nualincations t
for the position, and expresses hisi
pleasure in entering into official
connection with him as Chaxr'
d'Affaires.
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