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SATURDAY, : JUNK 10, 1893.
HIC JACET ROYALTY.
The ex-Queen began to undo her
own plea for restoration as early as
lanuary 1 7th. It will be remembered
that she and her cabinet then issued a
protest against "the acts of certain per
sons claiming to have established a
Provisional Government," naming tht
persons afterwards as "S. B. Dole and
others," and not including in responsi
hilitv for such acts anv official of the
United States. As a sort of after
thought she said that she had "yielded
to the sunerior force of the United
States," but as she had picked out trie
revolutionists only as the ones respon
sible for her overthrow, her allegtd
surrender to America the representa-
lives of which did not receive such sur
render was justly regarueu.as a icu
device to deprive the real victors 1 f
credit due them. The attempt!
merely served indirectly to recall to
historical students the effort of Lord
Cornwallis at Yorktown to surrender to
the French instead of the Americans-
the difference being that in the Hawai
ian case the United States forces were
not allies but spectators. In both
instances the motive of the defeated
party was the same.
Of itself the text of the protest was
enough to destroy any claim that Lili-
uokalani might make upon the United
States for restoration; but when to this
is added the distinct admission of the
Neumann power of attorney that the
monarch had yielded her "sovereign
authority " to the Provisional G jvern
menl, and when the reasons given in
"iustice and tquity" to the United
States why that power shou'd provide
tor her Old not even mm mat American
lorces had taken a nana in nr aown
tan ana tntreDy put America in e4u.ia
Die aeot to ner personally, wny men, o.
course, her cause became as pau
the puddle duck that was killed and
eaten -last year.
'. If there were apprehensive souls who
thought that the Yankee tars might
one day come ashore and escort the
dubious ex-Majesty of Hawaii back to
the Palace which her and her brother's
exalted natures had sanctified and
which a rabble of lawyers and business
men had desecrated with their plebeian
presence if any there were who felt
such a thing might be possble, let them
rest their souls in peace. When the
Royal ensign came down from the
towers of Iolani to be spread on the
bier of the last independent monarchy
left in the Western hemisphere, it fell
never to rise again. January 17th was
not a date fr the passing sickness of the
monarchy. It was that of its death by
suicide and its burial by popular sub
scription. ic jacet Royalty !
THE PEOPLE NOT IN IT.
The natives of Hawaii who attached
themselves to the Royalist cause be
cause they believed the ex-Queen was
their friend as well as their leader, now
have their eyes opened to her duplicity
and selfishness. Doing all they could
for her, they have spent time, money
and energy in Monarchist politics, and
they had a right to feel that the re
cipient of this loyalty and devotion
would return the favor in kind. What
must be their chagrin and amazement
now to learn that the ex-Queen gave
Paul Neumann her power-of attorney
to sell the Hawaiian nation out, in ex
change for money paid to her,
and to her family and the
heir apparent. Knowing that the
abdication thus proposed would leave
the natives in the power of a foreign
government she did not stipulate for a
single safeguard to their civil or
property rights. For all she cared they
might become pariahs in their own land,
providing she could have a private
bounty to live upon in ease and af
fluence. It is 71b mitigation of her
offense that the United States would
have dealt wisely and justly with the
Hawaiians That fact does not excuse
her own indifference to their welfare or
her willingness to let every other con
sideration go while she feathered her
After this experience with their
thrifty and self centered Alii, it is to be
hoped that the devotees of the ex
crown will turn their backs at once and
for good upon the whole institution of
Island Royalty and cast about to see
themselves. The titne is very oppor
tune. The Annexationists not only
stand ready to receive them
guarantee that, in the mutations of the
future, their interests and welfare will
be considered. Deserted by their leader
;ind the one in whose cause they toiled
with such unselfish patriotism, what
better can they nuw do than to join the
American movement and go in for
citizenship, equal rights and a return of I
nod times ?
The Annexation door was opened to
Hawaiians when the door of Royal
consideration was shut
A CASE 0F MISTAKEN IDENTITY.
Somewhat to the Star's amusement
and surprise the allegory printed in
yesterday's paper under the melodious
raptien of " Herr Rothschild von
Ratzenjammer" h.is drawn the legal
fire of Clans Snreckcls. As will be
seen in our .oca. con,...,, ... o,. ..
1 1 1 - .1 f c? I
leels aggrieved in a criminal way,
holding that the record of Katzen-
jammer's figurative experience wns a
device intended to be a history of his
Hawaiian movements. Naturally, Mr.
Spreckcls denies that there has been
any Ratzenjammer conspiracy in his.
We are, in fact, disposed to credit the
. . , . . . , heat,
.... wishes Mr Snreckels iov
1 . . 1. r
in tnese proceeding s-or as mum o. .1
us hi r..n derive irom a none ess cause.
T)e romance 0, Katzeniammcr" had,
, , . ,.. v,,.. we su
. . . . . historical mlroose or
: Tt Hifl ' ' tn hp
a record of anything which had hap-
nened in the Hawaiian Islands,
but was a hint as to what might
j a . , , I, ;,
be done by a government wh.ch might
be assailed, to protect itself from the
form an assault might take, beamon
and conspiracy, it wjs figuratively
L , couUi nol be Stt on foot any.
where without bringing a specified
punishment. It was the Star's prayer-
ful h"jpe that some of the ambitious
Royalists and Republicans might find,
in this innocent and sweet tempered
allegory a suggestion as to pitfalls in
politics which would warn them in time
and serve to keep them out of any
that might lie in their future paths of
he . . od thj f vagrant
li. uc it i is.ui.t:ii uiiiiiiui! Ij inc urn
ri f4 -i t :! AA
et,r,,c j ruPt. .y.-, v,;. pK.c.vp
personalily wou)d be n-istaken for the
cnrloreal substance of Claus Spreckels.
WI,n ri,t, h,vp ,i,n.,pht :, j
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St. Andrew's Cathedral. The
Services of St. Andrew's cathedral for
to-morruw will be as follows : Holy
Communion at 6:30 A.M.'f morning
prayer at ir a.m. Special music and
sermon at the 1 1 o'clock service.
Evensong in Hawaiian at 3:30 p.m.
Evensong with sermon at 7:30 p.m.
The services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will be as follows: 9:45 a.m.,
morning prayer with strmon; Venite,
Chard in D; Te Deum, Kotzschmar in
F; Jubilate, Taylor, in F; hymns, 436
and 270; Anthem, "Ye shall dwell in
the land, " by Stainer. 6:30 p.m , even
sung with sermon; Magnificat, Iibdon
in C; Nunc Dimittis, Langdon in F;
hymns, 447 and 22; Anthem, "Blessed
are they that dwell in thy house, " by
Tours. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor.
All arc cordially invited.
Central Union Church. Sunday
School at 9:45 a.m.; Public Worship at
1 1 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m. At the
morning service the Rev. W. 15. Oleson
will preach the annual sermon for the
schools. At the evening service the
Rev. H. H. Parker will preach the
annual home missionary strmon.
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p.m.
All are cordially invited to these
Catholic Cathedral. The ser
vices at the Catholic Cathedral on Fort
street to morrow will consist of Jow
Mass at 6 and 7 o'clock in the morn
ing. At the latter there will be a
sermon in English. At to a.m. High
Mass will be celebrated, followed by a
sermon in Portuguese. At 2 p.m.
Rosary and Catechism; at 4:30 p.m.
Benediction of the M. U. Sacrament.
Y. M. C. A. Services. Sunday,
11 a.m, at Oahu Jail; 1:15 p.m.,
Jt the Barracks; 3:30 p.m. Bible
study at Y. M. C. A.; 6:30 p.m.,
Gospel praise service at Y. M. C. A.
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., prayer meeting
at V. M. C. A.
Latter Dav Saints. Reorganized
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints; Mihlani Hall, rear of OpcM
House. Services will be held on
Sunday as follows: 10 a.m., Bible
class; 1 1:15 a.m., and 7:30 p.m., preach
ing by Elder J. C. Clapp.
Rich, Red Blood
As naturally results from taking Hood's Sar
saparilla as personal cleanliness results from
free use of soap and water. This great puri
fier thoroughly expels scrofula, salt rheum and
all other impurities and builds up every organ
of the body. Now Is the lime to take It.
The highest praise has been won by Hood's
Pills for (heir easy, yet efficient action. Sold
by all druggists. Price 25 cents. 150
Native Fans ani Island Curios in
great variety at THE ELITE ICECREAM
EVENTS IN JAPAN.
News Received by the City of
Telegraphic news received in Tokio
yesterday from near the scene of Friday's
eruption on Aztnna-yama states that on
Saturday morning there were five
cracks visible on the mountain, from
which flames were issuing and dense
smoke obscured the sky for miles
around. Since 7 a, m. the water of
the river Sunawa had been turbid
Fortunately, the season for the hot
springs had not commenced and there
were, therefore, no tourists staying in
A later telegram states that nnotht
eruption h d taken place on tin motin
tain and that another crac's had been
formed Iron) which smoke Mid flames
An official telegram repoits that th
scene of the first eruption was the scene
of a similar catastrophe about 50 years
ago. An enormous landslip 300 by 200
ken in extent resulted, but accurate de
tai,s of the llamage cannot yct be ascer
tained on account 1 f the dense and
poisonous fumes emitted. One of th
bath houses was seen buried up to its
eaves, and a hut attached to the place
had been shifted a distance of about
80 ken. Nothing is yet known of th
fate of the people residing on the spot
Unfortunate Gifu has been expert
encing continual shocks of earthquake,
Although the accounts published in
the various native papers coincide in
the man features thpy near,y a, di(Ter
In enmn mr n ihirr.
give the Nippon's version in addition
to the above, published in our morn
ing's issue. The place where the
eruption took place being somewhat
remote, 5 or o ri iroin ruKiisimua win.
no tneans rapid communication be-
tween it and the neighboring villages,
is with difficulty that particulars of
the eruption are filtering their way
inaccllr;lcies wil ,,rbably be discovered
According to the Nippon's special
correspondent no damage has been
I Jinn In n tilt 1 1 1 1 1 n n e n rt ri nn IliroC
have been lost, but the i, jury to crops
and land is expected to be very great,
and the rivu Abukuma upon which
many farmers d.pcnd, has beconic so
',,,,WBu,c " T L L
I fr.tt fhu 11, ci iiilun inH nr'lr with
l ht8 thal h is feared it wiU seriously
damace the crops. At a distance of
two ri Irom the foot of the volcano,
two hot-spring bath housesare situated,
uuu uioc iit;'iunij; iu 111c iwyyun
-fr iinii.iiir. A tlifinirh tKp nhnVf rt.
i .. un ., ...
describes the scene on Friday as an-
na line, a vast canonv of b ack su nhur-
ous ciouas onscuring tne sKy, anu iouu
rumbling with slight vibration contmu
ing aim. st incessantly, writing on
Saturday evening he saysl the subter
ranean noises had ceased, but the
crater was still belching firth flames
with great activity, showers of ashes
falling for miles round, and blocking
The Fukusliima Sltimbitn describes
the ground as honeycombed with the
dents of falling stones, which with
numberless sparks were thrown 1 p
hundreds of feet at the second eruption
with a tremendous noise.
The eruption has taken place at
Azumafuji, one of the three peaks
known respectively as the east, west
and central peaks. The crater of this
peak is some 400 or 500 yards in cir
cumference and the whole region is
highly vulcanic, being a link in the
same volcanic chain as Bandai san, and
sulphur springs and miniature geysers
abound in its vicinity. Gifu has ex
perienced a series of slight shocks to
the number of eighteen or twenty this
month. Japan Gazette.
On the 13th of April the Archduke
of Austria arrived at Garoet, the ter
minal station of the nilway in the
Preanger Regency, at 5 p. m., and
dined and stayed at the hotel, which
had been prepared for him. In the
evening he went to see a wayang
orang. The program and book ol
the words had been translated into
German, and the Archduke appeared
to be much interested in the perform
ance. The morning of the 14th was
spent in a trip to and the examination
of the Papandayen volcano. A num
her of photographs of the mountain and
the surroundiug scenery were taken.
In the afternoon there was a display of
native products, including basketwork,
mats, birds, monkeys, etc., and the
Archduke made purchases to the ex
tent of 400 guilders In the evening
he was present at a native dance at
the Regent's house. On the morning
of the 15th there was some wild pig
shooting and' the Archduke bagged
about twenty of these animals. His
Highness used explosive bullets,'which
came as a surprise to the pigs. An at
tempt was made to dissuade the Arch
duke from shooting along the coast in
the Bantam district because on account
of the pnasa nothing had been prepared
and beaters were unibtainable He
was not to be denied, and at daylight
on the 1 7th he left the beaten track
and to the B ntam jungle. Some of
the officials at Garoet received souvenirs
from the Archduki-, and he 1 xpressed
tits satisfaction with the hotel and cater
ing. Singapore Free Press.
Notice to the Public
T I. SULLIVAN OK THE FASHION
J . STAPLES COMPANY, will run a
Line of Pusses from the Pantheon Stables,
at the corner of Port anil Hotel streets, to
the Masonic Picnic groumis a( Kalllil on Mon
day next, commencing at 10:30 A.M., and
everv half-hour thereafter uu to 10 o'clock.
From the grounds, Musses will run to suit
Ilia convenience of the public. In liusses the
fare will he 25 Cents each way, and in Wag
oneltes 50 Cents,
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LANDS
On Tuesday, July nth, 1893, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the Trout entrance of Aliiolani Hale,
will be sold at public auction, the following
remnants ol the Government land; in Ililo,
1. Alcamai, containing an area of 79.7
acres. Upset price, $t Co.
2. Alcamai, containing an area of 18.8
acres. Upset price, $Q4.
3. Alakahi and Mokmmiki, containing an
area of 571 acres. Upset price, $500.
J. A. KING,
M nister of the Interior,
Interior Office, June g, iSyj. 65 3'
Monday, June 1 2th. being a legal holiday
the regular meeting of the Executive and
Advisory Councils will be held on Tuesday,
June 13th, at the usual hour.
Hy order of the President of (he Provisional
C. T. RODGERS,
The following persons has this day been
appointed Inspectors of Animals for the ports
of Mahukona, Knwaihae and Uonoipu, Island
of Hawaii, viz:
John S. Smitiiils,
E. P. Low,
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June 8, 1893. 6431
D. II . HncilcocK, Esq., has this day
been appointed Ni tary Public for the Fourth
Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June 9, 1893. 64 31
Provisional Govkiin.mknt ok tin: Ha
Honolulu, June 2, 1S93.
J. P. Mendonca, Esq., has been elected a
Member of the Advisory Council, in place of
S. M. Damon, Ii., resigned.
C. T. RODGERS,
Sec'y Executive and AdvUoiy Councils,
Holders of Water Privileges, or those pay
ing Water Rates, are hereby notified that the
hours for using water for irrigation purposes,
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a.m., and 4 to 0
o'clock p.m., until further notice.
Supl. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. KlMi,
Minister ol the Interioi.
Honolulu, II. I., April 1st, 1893.
and L li a y
Allan Herbert, Esq., having generously
tendered the use of his grounds at Kalihi
for that purpose, the ladies of the Masonic
Temple Furnishing Committee will give
a Grand Luau and Picnic at that place in
aid of their Fund, on Monday, June 12th,
The Hawaiian Feast
will be at 12 o'clock noon, afler which
dancing and other amusements will be in
The Hawaiian Government Hand will
be in attendance.
The grounds will be open from II
o'clock a.m. until 5 o'clock I'.M.
The Feast will be prepared by experts
in that line,
Madges can be purchi sed from members
of Ihe Executive Committee on Saturday
or at the Hawaiian News Company's
Executive Committee: Mrs J A Has
singer, MrsJS McGieu, Mrs A Fuller,
Mis E D Tenney, Mrs A lirown, Mrs M
N Sanders, Mrs J II Soper, Airs Chas
Williams, Miss Finckler, Mrs D Noonan,
Mrs T Sorcnson and Mrs Dr Wood.
The charge for admission to the grounds
will be One Dollar, and for children under
12, Fifty Cents. Admission will be by
badge, the badge to be worn at the en
trance and while on the grounds.
tsr In connection with the above. Special
Trains will leave the O. K. & L. Co.'s Depot
for Kalihi (Herbert's), at 10:30 A.M., 11:30
A.M. and 2:15 I'.M.
Keturning will leave Kalihi at 2:30 P.M.,
P.M. and 5:15 P.M.
Fare for Round Trip, 25 Cents.
Oahu Railway it Land
MONDAY, JUNE 1293
Pearl City and Return;
1st Class 75c; 2nd Class f0(
Ewu Plantation and Return :
1st Class $lj '2nd Class 70t
far Train leave Honolulu, at 8:45 A.v
and 1:45 I'.M.
G T. DliNISON,
A MEETING OK SHAREHOLDERS
of Waiinanalo Sucar Company, will
be held on Tuesday, June 13, l8g3, at 2
o'clock p.m., at the oflice of Messrs. Bruce
.t Alex. J. Carnuight in Honolulu.
Secretary V. S. Co.
Honolulu, June 10, 1893.
IIECLUH ROOMS OK7HK ANNEX
10 A.M. to 7130 V.M
Monday, June t2.
Typewriting, Engrossing, Draughting.
H. M. MIST,
Is prepared to undertake any business in the
a wive named imcs. Venice wiui mi.
Jones; entrance Mcichant Street. 59 tf
.1 .. 1 1: - rr ...i.u m t.
SATURDAY, - JUNE 10,
At 3:30 p.m.
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL ASSOCI
Adults, 25 cents.: Children, 10 cents.
J. E. GOMES.
MANUl'ACTUKINO J kwelek,
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware and
HAWAIIAN - SOUVENIRS.
4og Fort fatreet, Honolulu. 4.3 2tf
C. L. BRITO.
Guitar and Repairing Shop
No. 52 Nuuanu St., below Hotel.
Having secured the services of a good me
clianic, I will keep on hand a fine lot of
Guitars of all Sizes,
Made of Hawaiian woods.
Special attention will be given to Instru
ments made to order. iCtf
The Palace Ice Cream Parlors,
Hotel Strebt, Honolulu.
Ice Cream, Sherberts,
Ice Cream Soda.
A Choice Assortment of
French & Plain Mixed Candies
Coffee, Tea or Chocolate with Sandwiches,
served at all hours.
Metropolitan JVteat Co.
81 KING STREET,
G. J. WALLER, - Manager
Lime and Cement.
For Sale at
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores.
Old Kona Coffee
For Salk at
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores.
323 Cases ex Steamship
6 Cases ex Steamship
10 Casea ex Steamship
58 Cases ex Steamship
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
CHILDREN AND INFANTS'
Hats and Bonnets.
Immense Variety at
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street - - Honolulu.
CHILDRENS' CAMBRIC HATS, all colors, 60 cents and upwards; Lace-trlmmed MULL
HATS, in delicate shades, from $1.75 upwards.
CHILDRENS' SILK HATS, POKES and BONNETS.
CHILDRENS' LACK HATS and LEGHOUN FLATS.
INFANTS' LACE BONNETS, Infants Muslin BONNETS from 50 cents and upwards.
SUN BONNETS in great variety at 15 cents and upwards.
tar J,A.-UGJS AHSOUTJIISNT OV TFt
CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES, neatly made at 60, 75 cents and upwards.
CHILDREN'S Silk and Cashmere COATS and WRAPS. Infants' Complete outfit.
Aim at the Drake
And you are bound to hit some of the
ducks. This is precisely the same with
Cod Liver Oil.
It aims to cure Consumption,
Hits the Mark, too, and it
most effectually breaks up Colds,
Coughs, Hoarseness and all
Throat and Lung troubles that
cause this disease.
It is natural logic to conclude
that if Wa.mpolh's Pkki'akation
ok U3 LiviiK uu. nas power
to prevent Consumption, it sure
ly is able to cure these lesser
This vigoi'-making, fat pro
ducing preparation is Absolute
ly Tasteless, in so far as Cod
Liver Oil is concerned. All
you notice is a delightful flavor
of-Wild Cherry and Anise.
' But the purest Norwegian
Cod Liver Oil is there all the
T . .11 1
same, it is a great uiooci en
richer. Best of all it is a natu
ral food that in its stomachic
effects, actually assists its own
In Pulmonary or Bronchial
troubles it is unequalled. No
one doubts the value of Cod
Liver Oil, but not every one is
able to take it.
removes the nauseous objection
and actually makes Cod Liver
KBIT IN STOCK ANU SOLD 11V
HOLLISTER & Co.
ioq Fort Stkf.kt, Honolulu.
Hard Times Mean Close Prices
To House Keepers.
If you are in need of any New or Second
hand FUKNITURE. RUGS, STOVES,
SKWING MACHINES, Etc., call at the
Furniture & Commission House,
Corner Nuuanu and King streets.
this Week !!
A FEW OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
Complete Assortment ok
Stoves and Ranges
" EUREKA" RANGES,
set in brick.
AGATE IRON WARE,
and TIN WARE,
'COLUMHUS WROUGHT STEEL
SINKS, Galvanizid Mid White
CAL. LAWN SPRINKLERS.
Sheet Metal Goods in Tin, Copper or Gal
vanized Iron on hand or made to order.
Full line of Sanitary Goods, Hath Tuhs,
Lavatories, Water Closets, Pipe and 'Fillings.
We are equipped for work of all kinds in
the Sheet Metal and Plumbing Trade, and coa
guarantee thorough workmanship and first
class materials in these lines.
We solicit your patronage.
J. Emmeluth & Co,
No. C Nuuanu St., and 104 Merchant st.
California Feed Co.
T. J. King and J. N. Wright.
Have just received the Larg
est Stock of HAY and GRAIN
ever imported by any firm in
Honolulu, by any one vessel.
This stock was personally se
lected by our Manager T.
King during his recent trip to
the coast, and is first class in
every particular. We guaran
tee satisfaction in quality and
Give us a Trial.
KING & WRIGHT.
No. 50 Merchant Stieet, Honolulu.
Fine suilb from $14 up. Linen and Crepe
suits, S6.50 up.
ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO
ITT AND IN THE LATEST