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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY. JULY 14, 1098. SDK PAGES,
The Hawaiian Star.
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JULY I 1, 1898.
THE STATESMAN Al HOME.
The U pre MM political abilit) ol Leo
XIII has been recognized in all COIM
tries since the year of his pontifical ai
cession When he came to the chair
Ol IVter it was predicted that he would,
il he lived, make a broad and deep
maik upun the annals ol his time . and
that he has succeeded in so doing, very
many circumstances attest. Kven so
mastertu.1 a monarch as the Get man
mim nas recognizee! his growing
power in calling him to his aid in d
meitic and international a flairs. As
last and potent resource, England sent
an ambassador to him to induce him
to quiet the political movement in
Ireland. He did so. Gradually but
surely Leo has undermined and broken
down the hostility ol Italy to the church
and with the most surprising finesse
has strengthened the Holy See in
Krance by making it a safeguard of tht
republic. The manner in which he has
dealt with great Cathnlii question in
the United States reassuring the
friends ol the tree school system on the
one hand and solidifying the Catholic
hosts on the other -has been worth)
of a great master of affairs. Then to
crown all, the Pope is about to bring
within the pale ol the church nearly
sixty millions of Greek Catholics and
with them one of the most powerful
princes of the age
W hile these vast political undeitak
ings have been going forward the pon
tiff has not by any means neglected
the spiritual welfare of men, as witness
the missionary eal with which his
priests have prosecuted their work in
all countries. We have an example of
this policy in Hawaii and can flni
others everywhere, in the lorests ol
Manitoba, in the maize fields of the
Cape, upin the wastes of the Soudan
and in the farthest confines of Pata
gonia. Wherever men live, there are the
tireless, patient, indefatigable emissa
ries of I.eo the Thirteenth. That they
will add millions to the flock of the
Roman shepherd who can doubt ?
It will be a great day for the cause
of Protestantism when the churches of
that communion shall merge their
great issues and conduct their ati'aiis
with half the prescience, wisdom and
energy which the present Pope has im
parted 10 the management apd guid
ance of the temporal and spiritual in
terests of the Holy See. There will
be no absurd heresy contentions when
that time comes to discourage and
confuse the work of saving souls.
the Holiimiia s.
grammar and all :
That Neumann's lettei has had a
paralyzing effect on the government
there can be no doubt of It is not
the words in the letter itself which
worry them, it is not even the force
and weight which the government
knows that Neumann's letter will carry
with it both here, and more especially
abroad, but it is the terrible significance
of the appearance of that letter at this
particular time two days before the
arrival of the steamer from California.
Incredible as it may seem, the Aus
tralia arrived, docked, disembarked its
passengers, began to discharge Us
Ireight and the heavens did not tall '
To be sure a small comet broke loose
among the camp fires 01 a northern
constellation and Claus Spreckels was
seen around town with some anxious
Royalists who lost no chance to stand
him up lor another round. A lust
cockatoo was also descried flying up
Nuuanu street with a mysterious anil
oracular squawk and there were signs
and portents in the HoloiHtM office
that at least one day might pass with
out a compositor demanding his back
pay. Beyond that nothing unusual
happened and in Government circles
the white goose of peace nestled on
the eggs of harmony.
May it not be best to postpone the
expected cataclysm until
steamer shall come in? There is ample jstories print' d are dangerous and in
precedent ir. the Royalist camp for excusable, and w h. lly unwarranted b,-
pulling things off, as behold the fifteen
or twenty postponements of Restora
tion day; the deferred arrivals of the
" Australian " and other interfering
fleets; the week by week delay in the
break -down of the Provisional credit
in fact, the regular non-01 ciinence of a .
hundred sensations, all pi winch
been gravly predicted by the British
uigan ul the Hawaiian pretender. Ves,
postponement ii the word, in spite of
the "terrible significance" ol Mr. Neu
mann's soporific brief a document
paid tor. we do not doubt, by the same
man who has found himttll soon patted
from his money many limes in the
past for the benefit of Paul's capicioUl
Hrethren, let us slumbei. These re
enning prophesies of woe induce yawns
ana sleepiness which neither poppy
not mandrtgora, nor all the drowsy
syrups of this world" can rival in pro
THE BAST1LE ANNIVERSARY
We congratulate out ftllow-cititena
I French birth or desce. t up n the
great event in the histnr) t theii race
which is celebrated today wherever
the French language is spoken. W
wish we coiuo report its wider ant
tuiiei obstrvance, lor the anniversary
while historical!) French, ia political!)
one which should be a cause of retail
ing in all libeiai countries. The fall of
the baule had an influence foi good
whcrevei grass grows and wateis run
The policies which grew out ol it ic
deemed France front absolutism and
struck down the pretense of divint
right. It encouraged true republican
ism m America and increased and
( landed the constitutional spirit in
Kngland. I'.very advance away from
regal prerogative in Germany, Spain,
Belgium, Italy and in South America
and the islands ol the sea owes some
of its impulse to the spirit which in
spired the majesti. rising against the
monarchy whose beetling front, typified
bv the towers and bastions of the
Castile, Had overawed the common
people ol Fiame since mediaeval times.
In that da) which Tennys in foresaw,
when there shall be a federati n ol tht
world upon a br ad pedestal ol peacf
and brotherhood, the anniversary ol
the fall of the Uastile, like thai ol
American independence, ought to be a
holiday of the human race as wide
spread in us acknowledgment am aig
the lovers of freedom and .-quality as
Christmas is among those who wear
the sign of ihe cross.
Hete in Hawaii we have particu
lar sympathy with the lessons to be
drawn from the n ital day of re
public in Gaul. This nation, too, has
had a Baslile to cast down one not
expressed in armored walls and frown
ing cannon, but in sodden and heathen
rule, in paganism, vice and greed pro
tected by a throne and thriving in the
favor ol a 1 rown. That Uastile is no
more, and its site will yet be covered
with the free flag of a great republic. In
times to come the 17th of January will
be to us what the 14th of July is to
F'rance ; but it will yield to the greater
day the homage due the beginning of
the modern era ol liberty in F.urope,
MR STEVENS AT HOME.
The ovation received by Mr ."Stevens
on his return home was enthusiastic
in all that went to make enthusiasm a
compliment to patriotism, good aense
and diplomat!) ability. The represent
alive people . I all parties in Augusta
met to do the returned statesman h.nor
and to impress him with a sense of
their appreciati in ol his characfei and
We give in to-days Mar the full
text of Mr. Stevens' addiess. It differ
111 matter but nol in sentiment from
that which was reported from San
Francisco and Chicago and refutes
some of the later charges made agiinsi
the Ministers diplomatic course during
the revolution and in the dtys preced
ing and sure. ed:ng (hat ev. M. The
speech makes a document of the weight
and importance ol a Stite paper and
cannot fail to have a good effect upon
the popular Hawaiian t ause.
To-mi rrow we shall supplement Mr.
Stevens' argument by another of gre. l
power and cogenC) from the pen of an
accomplished American writci upon
political law and practice.
1 i was an erroi into which wc are
sorry that any correspondent could lull,
to tell the people of the United Suites
that a murder socieiy had been formed
in the Hawaiian Annexation Club.
The mistake was underscored by the
mention of the names of the (loyalist
leaders who as was said, were, undei
certain circumstances, to i shot down.
This was bad enough, but when it came
to saying lhat Mr. Spreckels, and par
ticularly Mr. Hlount, would n t escapt ,
the furce of folly could no further go.
The good sense of American readers
will, of course, supply an antidote to
the bane of this kind of correspond'
ence, but the fact remains that the
anything which has been done or said
by the Annexation people
And now the Imbeciles ot the Holo
mini assert that the United Slates will
demand a plebiscite upon these Isl-
, , ,
Of course the) do Rot say by
what right the American Government '
could demand anything here except'
protection toil citizens and nun inter !
ference by foreign powers It is getting I
tu M a wear Us.lt to ten It the callow
:(minentators on the Royalist sheet
lliything about the nature ol the
American system Of Government ami
ihe k nlua ul merii in nolitii a. Thelt
ik Bxptnenra as the booHtcken of
Royalty has left them without even I
pntnar) conception ol what a ft
The brummagem thrones of the
extinct Hawaiian montrchy are to be
paiked up and st Ted away against the
time when ihev will be needed for I
national museum. With them, and for
similar purposes, will go other truniperv
inheiited from the day of monarchist
government, While il is true that
these articles now offend ihi eye by
their associations with a shameful his
torical era the time will coin when an
antiquarian interest will attach to them
and warrant theii public d splay in
some repository To that end we trust
they will be carefully and faithfully
I Hfc. fact that the den nt people
ol these Island- have "guided the des
tinies" of Hawaii toward- the United
Slates, is accepted by a Koyaltst pap. r
as proof that they are responsible lor
the corrupt i ns of the monarchy. It
is by such incredible nonsense as this
that the ex-Queen'a org. nis expect to
Influence public opinion here and
abr ad in favoi ol restorations Why
the Fool Kiilei hasn't done his duty
long before this can hardly be siir
Whai if the advice ol the Si ah had
been taken and the delights of foreign
travel afforded the ljueen and bet chief
malcontents? Would there now have
been an) local unrest or any doubt
abroad as to the powei of the Provia
ional Government to hold its own ?
Would there have been any rallying
point for K .yalists ? Would (101 an
nexation now be closer at hand ?
CONCERT AT EMMA SQUARE
In Commemoration of the Fall of tin-
Mons. Vizxavonna, acting French
Consul in Ihis city, has tendered the
public a concert at Emma Square this
evening al 7:30 in honor of the 104th
anniversary of the fall of the Kastile.
'The following selections from French
composers will be rendered :
March - '
The volunteers "
. . . . Bizet
" Calif of Bagdad
J. Selection "Cirand Duchess".. Offenbach
6. Overture- Mansaniello " AuVer
7. Waits "The U ses" Lamothc
8 Quadrille" Madame Anaot . .Lecocq
11 The Marseillaise."
' Hawaii Ponoi. "
Stocks and Bonds for Sale.
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit and In
vestment Company advertise for s le
shares in the following companies:
Hawaiian Agricultural, H.-ia Plantation,
Haiku Sugar, Kilauea Cyclorama, Vol
cano House, f copies Ice, Paukau
Sugar and Honomu Sugar ; also Ha
waiian dovernnient bonds, 6 per cent
and Ewa Plantation bonds, 7 pel 1 ent
and put llnouidi the
I preparation, vi i
Picked when fully ripe, pui iliioii,;!, the
water lest loi unsound herrlea, hand pulped
and dried in the shade in quantities to suit.
Every Seed guaranteed la luce a strong
healthy Tree, with propei management.
Apply for price and particulars to
53 H Pohoikl, Puna, Hawai.
The Palace Ice Cream Parlors,
A Choice Asaoctmnnl oi
French & Plain Mixed Candies
or Chocolate iih Sandwiches,
served si all hours.
Mks. ATWOOD, Ptoprittraaa
A 1.1. PERSONS ll.-Ti(i CLAIMS
r against AMES LOVE, are requesti
present same al once al the I ilhce o
BRUCE & A
No. 1 Seaside Residence, adjoining the
premises of C. Afoug at Waikiki. Theic are
three distinct Collages on the premise-, all
furnianed. Two with Cookhousea atlachsd.
The erOUndl arc extensive and well shaded.
Stables, Servants' quarters, Raih houasa. etc.,
Unobstructed views of sea or mountains.
Climate, perfect. Five minutes walk from the
No. 2 A Convenient Cottage on Emma
sni-ti, iwo uuius 1 neuiaiiia street, re-
crritly remodelled and repaired throughout.
ror iun,-, parncuia.s, ,qu.reai the oinceol
BKL ( "E JL- V. J. CAKTWKIliliT.
1 7 tt
ACT -J, Si.
AN ACT CONFERRING ADDITIONAL
JURISDICTION UPON CERTAIN DIS
r.e it Knaeted bv the Executive and Advisory
councils of the l'tovisi ratal Government of
the Hawaiian ItlaUda
SECTION 1. The tfitrlnal jurisdiction of
tin DIatriel Maelatratea 1 Llhoe, Island of
Kauai 1 Honolulu, Islan il Onliu ; Wailuku
an i Lahalna, Island as? Mj i 1 HUo, Hamakaa,
Kohala and Kau, Island ol Hawaii, over all
offences whereof the Dlati . onris now have
jurisdiction, shall be and hereby is made 01
extensive with Ihe lud. .1! Circuits in which
their respective district - ati ituated.
Sk . a. This Art shall take effect from
ihe dale of it-, publication
Approved tMa 14th do; ul )uly a.d., iSqj
SANI Rtl B DOLE,
President oi ihe Provisional Government at
the Hawaiian Islands.
gi y Mm. in t ihe Inienui
SAl.h Of- CHASE et A PIECE OF
GOVERNMENT L...1U IN KANOHO
ANAHOPJ, KOOL.-WPOKO, OAHU
I THURSDAY, AUG. 17, i8oj, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entiance of the
Executive Huildini; will he sold at Public
Aw-tinn 'he lease ol a niece d Government
Land situated si Kendhoenahopa, Koolau
pnko, Oahu, containing anisrea of 1 1 10 acte
Term. Lease toi 13 yejis.
I '-el oll.e pel annum payable spun
Annually m advance.
J. V KINc.
Minister ot the Interior.
Interior Office, July 12, i8yj. 91-31
SALE Or LHASK OF GOVERNMENT
LANDS IN KAWELA AND KAELEKcl
HAN A, MAUI
l)n IHUKSUAY, AUG. i;th, iSyj, ai 11
..'. lock noon, at the from entrance ol the t
ecutlve Building, will be w.M al Public Auc
lion the lease of tht Government lands In K.i
tveia ami Kaeieku, nana, Maui, containing
an area ol io acres, a little more or less.
Term. Lease for 15 years.
l psel price, $iu... Payable semi annual!)
J. A. KING,
Minister of die Interior,
Interior Office, July iSth, iKu 00 it
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
LAND LYING BETWEEN PAHOt.
HOE AND KAOHE, SOUTH KONA
On THURSDAY, AUG. 17th, iSuj, at
o'clock noon, al the from enlrance of the Ex
o, UIS U-
ecutive Building, will be sold at Public Aiu:
lion the lease of the Government mountain
land lyinq between Pnhoehoe and Kaoht
Sovch Kona, Hawaii.
rerm. Lease for i year with privilege of
continuance at same rental until such time as
the Minister of the Interim may desire to ter
minate the same, by giving bo days notice.
Upset price, $35 p r annam, payable semi
annually in advance.
J. A, KING,
Minister of ihe Interior,
Interior Olficc, July I2ih, 1S93. 9031
SALE OP uOVbKNMtN'l LOI SOUTH
SLOPE. PUNCHBCW1 HILL. HONO
On Thursday, August 17th, 1893 al u
o'clock noon, al ine front entrance of Ihe
Executive Building will be sold at public
auction one Government l u situate un the
eai corner ol Alapai and lieeetynja Hfeets, ana
immediately above the Portuguese Mutual
Benefit Society premises, containing an area
of 39 a 27c. square feet, a lutle more ot less
L'pset price, $l";o.
I A. KING,
Mirist, 1 of if Interior
inlerioi i ifhce, fiiy tath, 1SJ3 90 jt
SALE Ol- LEASE Of uOVERNlwENl
I.AHDt IN KOH AL A HAWAII
On Wednesday, August 9, 1893, si lao'etsek
noon, ai the front entrance .f ihe Executive
Building will be sold at public anctioa, the
lease of tho.e land-, in Nonh KohaU, Hawaii,
known as Kohala Pili land., irom "alnna
hina 10 Kaipuhaa Inclusive, and extending
from shore la Ihe makai boundaries of Gov
ernment grams made fn in these lands, and
containing an approximate area of 7973 acres.
Term : Lease for lo years.
I'Vsel price, $250 pel laaHB), payable
semi annually in advance
The lease of the above laodl is sold upon
the following condition,
1. I'he lessee to make every reasonable
elioii within one year from the dale of the
lease in develop water for ,101k on the
2. The lliaaa immediately altei the pur
Shaas 'l the lease 10 plain and make every
eltoii to esiablish a Kia we forest I long the
Coast of the lands leased.
J. A. KING,
Mini. in of the Interior.
Inlerioi mice, July 10, 1893. S9 31
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT
LANDS IN KOHALA, HAWAII
On Wednesday, Aug. y, 1893, at 12 o'clock
noon, ai the front enlrance of Executive Hudd
ing will be sold al public auclion the lease ol
Uovernmant lands of Awalua, Haena, Kapu
Dapvaa and Kapaaiki, Kohala. Hawaii, con-
laniing an aiea of 2aa acres, a little more
Toran I Lease foi 0 years.
Upset price, $ju pw annum, payable semi
annually in advance
J. A. KINti,
M nistei ol ihe Interior.
Inlerior Office, July to, 1893. 89 3!
Ill accordance wiih Siclion I of ChaptM
XXVIaftkS l iws of i8hb, all pirions hold
int; wau-r privllegii 0 those payifll water
rates art- ht-reliy nntUti that the walti lates
for the term SSSUM PttTtWhsr 11. li9J, will
be due and psmbls at the oftes of the Uono
lulu Watei Works, on tin 1st da of July
All such rales leiMlkiSSJ unpaid lm titleen
lays afici they are ditr, will he subject to an
additional 10 per cent.
Kales are payable at the office of the Watel
Works, in the Kspualwa ltuildine.
All aUKMntt over ten dollars, payable ,
United Stales gold coin.
Supt. Honolulu Waiei Woiks
Honolulu, lune 16, l8q3. 74 1
AN ACT TO INCREASE THE FACILITIES
TO DEPOSITORS AND PROVIDING FOR
TERM DEPOSITS IN THE HAWAIIAN
POSTAL SAVI. OS BANK
Be u enacted by tht Executive and Ad
vijory Councils of ihe Provisional Governmeni
of the Hawaiian Island:
Section 1. The Postmosttr-Gential, as man
ager of the Pob'al Having! Kank, with ihe
consent and approval ol the Minister of
Finance, may issue tc any prison Term
Deposit Certificates in the name of ihe Ha
waiian Postal 'savings Bank. I01 deposits of
not less than Five Hundred Dollars, nor
more than Five Thousand Dollars.
Section 2 The amouni so deposited shall
diaw interest at a rate nol 10 exceetl six per
cent, pet annum to be computed in accordance
wiih t lie law leculatiue the Bank Such
lepositl shall not in the aggiepate exceed
io.oixi, at any one lime.
Section j. The term loi which an) depcsii
shall be received un.lei thi- Act shall nol ex
ceed twelve months
Sieciion 4. Ihe form of thtiSid certificate
shall be a: follows, and shall conn in the
conditions hereinafter set forth
Hawaiian Poutai. Savhtos Bank.
Honohlh r8o .
Received froai in
Coin, i Dollais on
Deposit, payable in Coin on pre
sentation of thla CenlRcatje, properly indorsed.
This deposit is made for montha, and
will bear Interest from i8g. ., at
Ihe rate oi per tjarat. per annum, and in
ccordance with the conditions printed hereon.
Minister ol finance.
Present iU's certificate at the posial Savingi
Bauk at the expiration of the term stated here
ir.. Interest vyill cease at thai date.
Holders.it a distance may indorse this cer-
,:,. . . , ., .... ....,
L , , . ... . ' b
Bank, -when it will be paid
This Certificate may be transferred by en
dorsement, and principal with Interest will be
pair! to the holder hereof.
Section 5. This Act shall take effect from
the day of its publication.
Approved this 151I1 day of June, A.H. 1893,
(Signed) SANFORO R. DOLE,
Presideni of the Provisional Qbvernmeni
the Hawaiian Islands.
(Signed) . A. KING,
Minister of the interim
And we propose to stay tliere
We don't keep Fischer
Ranges, Hendry Break
ers, wind mills or things ol
thai sort, you know. But
when you talk Pictures,
Picture Framing, Artists'
materials, Window cor
nices, Hat racks, Fasels
thing else in our
) mi will find us on
toja spinning along with
Il you have a photo,
o) .1 deceiiscd friend or
relative that you would
like to have enlarged, try
one of our $10 portraits
which we guarantee to
suit or ask no pay.
SUOAR LOAK, SMOOTH CAYENNE,
i'anama, Maican and Hcrmuda Pin,
Apple BpfOtJtl and Plains. May be seen
nmiii'. on the- parent stock at out Kalihi
Pine Apple Kanch.
Prices i ea,onatile ; apply to
P G CAMAR1NOS,
i 1 "i- Cal 1-ruit Market.
FOR ONE WEEK.
do do ....
H. S. TREGLOAN 8c SON.
Genuine Clearance Sale!
All Goods in our Large
Down to the
EGAN & GUNN.
5M Fort Street.
Call and see the bargains we are offering.
Life Assurance Society of tlie United States
Offers Insurance on all the Popular Flans, viz.:
Ordinary Lite Plan.
Semi Tontine Plan,
Free Tontine Plan,
Indemnity Bond Plan (Coupon Bond
at maturity, if desired),
Endowment Bond Plan (Sgu iranteed)
It will cost you nothicg to cull at tic office of the undersigned, and
make further inquiries. Should you conclude t insure, it will be money in
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright,
Managers for the Hawaiian Islands EQU i I ABLE l ife Assurance Society of U S.
CHILDREN AND INFANTS'
Hats and Bonnets.
Immense Variety at
N. S. SACHS,
1 04 Fort Street - - Honolulu.
IHILDKENS CAMBRIC HATS, ill colon, 60 .
HATS, tu delicate shad'.-s, from $1,75 upwards.
CHILDHENS SILK HATS, POKES and bONNLTs
CliiLDRENS' LACE HATS and LLGHOKN TLaTo
INFANTS LACE BONNETS, Intaota Muslin BONNCTS. f,oIn , centi and upwards
SUN BONNETS In great variety at j ctntl and upwirda
CHlLDRt N '8 WHITE rRF.SSES. neat y mi .! al 00. n cent and upward
CHILDREN s SUk snd Casbmen COATS a, j vvkaks frKanta' Complsts duUli
Grand Clearance Sale !
Beginning SATURDAY, July 1st
A COMPLETE ANH WELL SELECTED LINE OF
DRY and FANCY (i(K)DS
llack ami Colored Cashmeres,
Vferinos and N unsveilings.
Lacons in great variety , Whin- Dress Linens.
21aa,d-lQs' and. 0 -
boots and Nhot's.
A Fine Line of Laces and Embroideries
Chinese Silks, Pongees,
Al so, SMALL l INI OF
Chinese Wicker b
Ere, Etc., Etc.,
SING LOY & CO.,
51 and 53 King Street, below Maunakea.
25c Good value al 50c.
35c do do. 75c.
and Varied Stock Marked
fontint Instalment Plan (NEW, Cheai
oint Lib Risks,
( Children's Endowments,
Term 'Insurance, etc., etr, etc
enu a..J upwiras. Lice-tnnimtd MULL
Scarfs.. Shawls and Matting.
ci r niture