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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY. JULY U, 1893. SIX PAGES.
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expected when it was raised. In thai
time two foreign wjr ships had irnved
at Honolulu, but the Anuric.in fUf was
up and thus all dftngCI o( dual M
tripartite arrangement as tO Hiwuiian
affairs was avoided, and the just inei
lean predominance UCceMfuIly nnin
tamed Thty arc dull si itesmet) and
poorly equipped dipl ilMtMM h do
not know the advantage which ilie
party has who is in actual DOIWMion,
1 am but too glad to believe thai the
present Administration has no thought
of giving up this vantage giound, to
which the bold and vigorous dispatch
of Secretary llayard, Approved bj rresl
dent Cleveland, to Minister Merrill,
July it, 1887, powerfully contributed
The language of the dispatch when
an outbreak was feared in the sunmu-i
of 1887, was the following :
1 ne interests 01 American mens
which has grown up under the exttn
siin oi commerce between Hawaii and
the United Slates and the guaranties
M existing treaty must nut lit jeopard
i$d by internal confusion in the gov
eminent of these Islands, and it il
the duty of the L'uittd States to see
that these interests art nut impt rilltd
vr injured, and to da alt things necti
sary for their just protection,
While we abstain Irom interfering
with the domestic affairs ol Hawaii, in
accordance with the policy and pract ce
of this (lovernment, yet obstruction to
the channels of legitimate commerce
under existing law must not be ill
lowed and Annruan citizens in Ha
Waii must be protected in their persons
and property by the representativ es of
their country's law and power, and no
inttnuU discord must ht tufftrtd to
impair them "
These were the latest instructions to
the United States Minister at Honolulu,
on file at the Legation, for guidance in
case of circumstances precisely like
these which arose when the Hawaiian
monarchy tell in January last It was
the language of this dispatch which
Captain Wiltse of the Boston had for
The essential objects to be Acconv
plished by raising the tlag were gained
during the seventy-five days its blight,
starry folds were before the people . I
Hawaii. The Provisional Government
had secured the necessary time to
organie an efficient police and military
force, to substitute reliable officials in
place of the unreliable and to consoli
date the new Government, with the
approval of the besl and responsible
men of all the Islands. Tnis country
now has the best government it has
ever hud, administration by men ol in
telligence, education and character,
and as thoroughly American in syne
pathy and interest as we have at the
head of any of our American Slates
and Territories. That Government
and those luck ol it all the reaponsi
ble and the best citizens of the Islands
ask for the annexation of Hawaii
as a Territory of the United Stales.
'This is desired because it is believed
to be best for the native as well as the
foreign born population of the Islands.
'The Hawaiian monarchy has been
especially injurious to the welfare ol
the native Eiawaiians. The Govern
ment and those supporting it desire
annexation because they justly regard
present Hawaii in reality an American
colony closely identified with American
interests and governed by American
ideas, American laws and American
judicial rules and decisions. In report
ing the treaty of annexation in J inuary
last the Senate Committee of Foreign
Affairs acted as American statesmen in
dealing with facts, events and interests
as they found them. They came to
the same conclusion as did the Demo
cratic administration of 1854, when
Secretary William L Man y authorized
Commissioner Gregg to negotiate a
treaty of annexation, which that Com
missioner did negotiate, though he ex
ceeded his instructions as to the pro
visions of the treaty.
The treaty of 1854 tailed through
divided counsels al Honolulu and Ihe
probable duplu ay ol the Hawaiian
Minister of l'oreign Affairs a wily
Scotc hman who had no love foi Ameii
can Institutions. Wta, I. M arcy was
a bold and able man, and his view ol
the value of Hawaii to the United
States was hilly shared by Win. II.
Seward, who had remarkable foresight
as to the vast future of Ameril an com
inerce in the Pacific, and looked for
ward to the annexation ol Hawaii as
necessary and inevitable, and would
have urged it during his on upancy of
the State Department had he found
the Honolulu authorities ready for il.
Man y, the able Democratic leadci
of his time, a cool, sagacious statesman,
in a dispatch to the United Slates
Minister, Mason, at Paris, December
16, 1853, speaking of the Hawaiian
Islands, said I
"Hoth English and Trance are ap
prised of our determination not 10 allow
thern U) be owned by 01 to tall undei the
protection of either ol these powers or
of any other European nation. It
seems to be inevitable (hat th y must
come under the control oi this Govern
Luther Severance, an able, sale and
sagacious man, whom the people i f
Maine nan) years knew so well, whom
Daniel Webster honon d, alter four
years' residence at Honolulu, came to
the same conclusion as did Secretary
N'one have defended ibis view more
ahlv than James (i. Maine, in a re
markable slate paper during President
1 larfield's administration, and none
more eloquently lhan Senator Morgan
of Alabama, just selec ted by his Ileum
cralic colleagues, as the Chairman of
the Senate committee on foreign rela
tions. Now this prize is freely offered us. I
cannot think it possible thai our people
and our Statesmen will refuse to aci ept
it. To spurn and reject this important
and thoroughly American colony,
planted by some ol the most devoted
of America's sons and daughters,
fostered by American benevolence and
sympathy, aided by a million and n
half of dollars of private contributions.
encouraged for more than sixtv years
by the American Government to
abandon iheni now at ilii crucial
rii d of till ir htst rv Would be COW'
irdice and inhumanity thai I believe
11 sell iesn -cling t lirisliaii n ation will
ie guilty of, the least of all the gtc.it
merican nation, whose vast oppor
ttinities m the North Pacific it would
be :i uie.u want oi wisdom and patriot
ism to ignore.
THOS. G. THRUM'S
I O6 Fort Street.
Still keep on hand a wuned Mock t Office,
t omnsrctal and l-nshi nahta StHontry, con
listing in pari dI Bngrominfl rih! Legal pftptfN
and nrrtppttt, l l.ii And folded Cap, broad and
narrow Hill. Statement, Journal and Ledgei
p.ipirs; Linen ami other letter ami note p&ptts
iii foM or tablet form, will) or without en
velopes; Islam! View Letter paper and View
Note Papeterieai Correspondence, Menu, Hall
ami Visiting Curds, etc., etc.. replenishing the
amc from time i time and adding novelties
a t hi y appear.
Books Besides a lull line ol Blank
Booka, in the various sites and Mndlncs Time
Books, Lo Hooks, Agents' anil Notaries'
Records, Receipts, Note end othet form books,
Memo and Pass Books, the variety ol Miscel
laneous Works, Teachers' and other Bibtca,
Children 'i hooks Linen and other Po) Bookii
etc., etc., invites attention,
Special Import Orders for
Books, Music, etc..
made up Monthly.
News I hi N s I c part ment h i can
ful attention foi prompt forwardance t til
periodicals. Supscrlptlons entered at any time
ami periodical- not regnlAfl) received will be
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All Subscriptions Payable
A large UtOCKOl Seaside and
hand, and ww Novels receivji
Aitists' Drawing Materials, ;
nl Wimor A. Ncwtim'- ml
ithei libraries on
J by every mail
nd a lull supply
m sin ut m it Ice.
kept on hand or pro
Alburns 111 tHeii several kind-, Work
Boxes and Baskets, Toilet and Manicure sets,
Vases, trd Receivers, Leathei Hoods, Parloi
games ami Toys in variety, Dolls ami I r . 1 1
Base Balls. Bats, Masks
Hut all aspiring enthusiasts in the profession)
Binding 1 he l"k Binding and Paper
Ruling Department still fills all orders entrust
td to it in the manufacture of special work,
rebinding, plain and intricate ruling, map
mounting, paper cutting and hit eking, etc
Music bound with care.
Printing Priming orders of all kinds,
evcuted 111 tnsi . las-, manner.
In all the above lines in which T. ii. T. has
been for over twenty years Icfonttfjed in this
city, he Invites correspond HCe, ami guarantees
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only as the best authority on all Information
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only reference book of Hawaiian itatistics,
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H. F. WICHMAN
FOR I STREET.
Everything in tin- Jrwrlry
and Silverware line.
"Ujj In dale' in styles and
patterns ; sometimes a little
ahead ol dale, but ne er behind.
The only establishment in
the country where eyes are
measured on thoroughly scien
tific principles and glasses guar
anteed to tu each particular case.
H. F. WICHMAN.
Lime and Cement.
For Sale at
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Ljueen blreet BtOTM
Saturday, July 15,
And until Further Notice,
1 will Close Out
all of my
To make room for a new
I desire ti call the attention
ol persons abroad u
these celebrated sanitary pro
ductions, for which I am Sole
Agent for tin- Islands.
Its id your advantage both
Financially and Physically, t
supply yourself with a Full
Oi ii ii before leaving. I have
ju-si imported ;i fresh mijI
direct Irom Germany ol Dr.
A cholera preventive.
Soli Agent fox
Dr. (j- Jaeger's Propu noNS,
Scttttftl Robert ic-cincnto.
New Furniture Store,
Hotel Street, between Fort and Nuuanu Sts.
I now opened foi InislntSti and his in slock the hnesi assortment ol
ANTIQUE OAK BED ROOM SETS,
EXTENSION TABLES, Etc.
,S' l tine ftstOftlUtM of
Reed and Rattan Furniture.
l ine Spring) Hair, Wool, M n and Strain Mstlrawcsi l.lvs Osste Featheri ami Silk Floss
In, Ptllowi. Special attention called to nut latest style "I WIRE MATTRKSSES,
inc in".' ami cnenpesi m i nrouiiiii 10 inn country, r im iann ami mho
He.K, :it S;in Francisco piirps Comptctt svinftn W of BbIi)
Cirriagni, Cribs, Crsdlns, ami High ' hairs.
J-: Cornice Poles in Wood or Brass Trimmings, s.. j
i make .1 tpscithy ..f Laying Matting ami Inttrioi decorating.
Fs and MstttciM Repalrsd iy f irat lass Wmkmen,
Cablnel Malting in all its Brsnchei.
ttiwl is. solicited, Luwest Prices Prevail.
ORDWAY & PORTER,
in ifl BELL,
NEW GOODS !
Pacific Hardware Company, L'd.
40a and 4-04 In'ort Street.
Have jusi upenetl involcei of New QoodS, imong winch they call attention t ihe follow
Ing artlclaa i
Bradley A Hubbard' LAMP GOODS, which were introduced by tbtm ytara agoj am)
an -tin, with the ennatani improveoients being mads, the fceotlte In tn market, comprising
Chandeliers, Pianoi, Banquet, Library and Stand Lamps.
CARRIAGE WHIPS. DnsCollan kewte GARDEN HOSE, with California,
O'Shea and Perfection LAWN SPRINKLERS Acme' HOSE RF.EL -saves half the life
of ihe hose.
LUBRICATING OILS ol the hesi quality.
In lialloii Tins. Spiay Pumps to atrivr.
H. E. McINTYRH 8c BRO.,
I MP! IRTER AN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
EAST CORNER FORI AND KING STREETS.
New Ci'hkJs received by every rackci frona the fiastro siuies and Buiope(
I it-sh California Produce ly cvt-ry steamer. All onler1-. faithfully attenHt'tl to, end
Goods delivered to uny pafl ol ihe city free o( charge,
island Orders solicited Ssttbfftction gtistranteed.
Post Office H. x No. MS
l'' " ' "
Wrought Steel Ranges, Chilled Iron
AGATE WAKE (While, Gray and Nickle-plated), HUM FS, WATER AND
SOIL PIPES, WATER CLOSETS AND URINALS, RUBBER
HOSE AND LAWN SPRINKLERS, BATH TUBS AND STEEL
SINKS, 0 S, t..l'l IKRS AND LEADERS. SHEET IRON, COP
PER, ZINC AND LEAD, LEAD 1'IBE AND I IFR FITTINGS,
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet
DIMONU BLOCK: 097 KING STREET.
i i B"F IOJ0 AND M I 1.1 .
On Alakea and'Kuliaids nrar (Juccn Street,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Etc.
TURNED AND SAWED WORK.
Prompt sttentii n u u II ordti
tdr Alalual 35
Roblnton Block, Hotel streei.
'1 1 ).XtCS. MUTl'Al. 645.
1 1 I 'I RS I.N
Telephone No. 9-
Honolulu, H I.
tk& Hell 4y8
(Oriuvit I vVbDcrl i Sttnm 1 6
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237 "BELL" r"MUTUAL" 366.
EVERY DESCRIPTION Or JOB,
BOOK AND COMMERCIAL
PRIN'l IN(i, PAPER RULING
AND BOOK BINDING.
9 p p
Lowest CASH Prices!
Aim at the Drake
Ami yon ate bOJSMl In hit some ol the
iu. ks, 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 Wampole's Preparation
of Cod LlVER Oil has power
to prevent Consumption, it sure
ly is able to cure these lesser
This vigor-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
same It is a great blood 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.
WAMPOLE S PREPARATION
removes the nauseous objection
anil at tuall) makes Cod Liver
K 1 I' I IN STOCK AM) SOLI) BY
HOLLISTER & Co.
ic Foh 1 Strrbt, Honolulu.
California Feed Go.
1 J, Kifpi am. J. N. Wrioh 1 .
Have just received the Larg
est Stock 01' I I A Y and GRAIN
ever imported by any firm in
Honolulu, b any one vessel.
1 his stock was personally se
lected b our Manager T. J.
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.
Telephones 121 Prompt Delivery.
No. jo Merchant surrt, Honolulu,
Fine Mill' limn $14 up. Linen and Crepe
Mills, 86. 50 up.
ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO
H I AND IN THE LATEST
I LOTH El I I I INI I) tND kKHAIKED.
78 Nuuanu St , Honolulu.
At Reasonable Rates.
Cabinets . . 1 d,,z. $8.00; )A doz. $2,011
Boudoir .1 4. sit; U " 2. 60
Lull I'ijiiire, 1 " B,00; y2 " 3.00
GrOUpl. 1.. 1 " 8.00; l2 " 5.00
A Trial Solicited.