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GAVE NO LUAU.
Charles Dwigbt Makes a Statement Regarding Humors. Mk. Editok: In your itsws oi today I noticed n btatemrnt pur porting to have been wade by Mr. George C. Iieckley, wherein I was mentioned as having given a luau at Kaalawai on the lUh inet. I i8h to state that the article in question is incorrect in eo far aa it elates to myself, and the publica tion of this communication by you in your next issue would clear my name from an odious imputation. I was not present at any nor did I give a luau on the date men tioned, nor do I know that a luau was being given at Kaalawai on the Cth inst. ; and furthermore I did not go near the place for two week's previous to the outbreak, and therefore had no knowledge whatever of what happened at Ka alawai on that day. By giving publication to this contradiction you will greatly oblige, Charles B. Dwiqht. Honolulu, January .18, 1895. AN ANNEXATION PETITION To Be Circulated Among the Natives by an Ex-Royalist. The natives are gradually realiz ing that they have beea used as cats paws long enough and from present indications it is only a matter of a short time when they will take the oath of fealty to the Republic. A man, formerly a royalist, will start out on Monday among Ha waiians with an annexation peti tion. He is confident that he will obtain a large number of signa tures without any trouble. . A prominent member of the Na tional band stated last night that the band boyB would take the oath of allegiance at an early date. They understand now, like many other Hawaiians, that the Republic is the only Government here. The boy 8 have been out of work for two years. They would not take the oath in 1893 and were discharged, i mm DINGLEY ON MoKINLEYISM. What the Maine Congressman Says of Republican Polioy. Congressman Dingley, of Maine, on being asked if the Republicans would re-enact " McKinleyism " when they come into full power, as they expect to two years hence, replied : " That depends upon what you mean- by 'McKinleylsm., If you mean every rate and schedule of the tariff Act of 1890, then I reply 'no;' but if you mean the protective principle, the policy of imposing upon competing import duties equivalent at least to the difference of cost of production and distribution here and abroad, aris ing mainly from our higher wages, which is the underlying principle of the tariff of 1890, then I reply yes.' The principle of protection is permanent, and the Republican party stands by it. The rates re quired to carry that principle into effect change as industrial condi tions change." Washington Star. New Citizens of Hawalliy The following persons haveaken the oath of allegiance to te Re public since the outbreak of the re bellion : Clarence L. Crabbe, Hawaiian, formerly Port Surveyor of Honolulu. Robert H. Baker, Hawaiian, form erly Major on King Kalakaua's staff ana Governor of Maai. A. B. Naone, Hawaiian. Geo. H. Angus, Nova Bcotian. Bbuzabro R. Shlojl, Japanese. Arthur K. Ozawa, Hawaiian, born of Japanese parents. P. A. Becker, United States citizen, bora in Germany. Charles Ijebmann, German. J. W. Iiuning, British. Arch." Sinclair, British, formerly acquitted of conspiracy against the Provisional Government. J as. Cowan, engineer, British. August Becker, German. Carl Gadike, perman. Concert at Emma Square, The Hawaiian band will give a concert this afternoon at 4:50 o'clock at Emma Square. The following programme will be fur nished : 1. Overture "Zampa" ...Herold 2. March "National Guard of Hawaii" (new) Berger 3. Bance "Manzanillo".- Robyn 4. Selection "Musical Review" -... ......... - M .Rlvl ere 5. Waltz "Makee Island" -.Berger 6. March "Palolo" (new)- Berger "Hawaii Ponoi." Redward's Condition. It is generally reputed that F. H. Redward, now under arrest for conspiracy, is temporarily insane. He commenced to act in a queer manner the other day and finally became eo abusive that he had to be placed in a dark cell to quiet mm. Before Captain MorBe sailed he informed a friend that he would make the trip to San Francisco in 8ix days. TILE PACIFIC ITEMS OP INTEREST. Many Inventions in Many Parts of the World. In South America an electric drying machine, in which air is forced through a chamber of heated plate?, i to be used in drying wheat. On the London, Dover and Chat ham railroad, in England, they use a handcar which is propelled by means of a Bail when the wind blows. Platinum has been drawn into wire so fine that it could not be distinguished by the naked eye, even when stretched acroes a piece of white cardboard. Wheels propelled by petroleum are being introduced in Paris to take the place of the cycle. They are . very costly, $1000 being the price for one. The largest and oldest chain bridge in the world is eaid to be at King Tung, in China, where it forms a perfect road from the top of one mountain to the top of an other. A devilfish having a mouth with a lateral spread of over five feet was recently captured in the Gulf of Mexico, about twenty miles from Brownsville, Texas. The celebrated Sphinx, the figure of the crouching monstrosity near the great pyramid, is 172 feet and 6 inches long and 52 feet high. A radish 3 feet and 8 inches in length and 22 inches in circumfer ence is on exhibition at Winter Haven, Fla. Consumptives are admitted as guests to some of the hotels in the Adirondacke. Mineral oils are not so efficient as animal and vegetable oils in stilling troubled waters. THIS SPACE BESZBVZD FOR H. F. WICHMAN. H. G. BIART, Formerly with Wenner & Co. Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker, Oir FORT 8TRKET,! Hawaiian Jewelry and Diamond Setting A SPECIALTY. SOUVENIR SPOONS at very low prices. 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