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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1893. SIX PAGES.
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WE0N1 SPAN . SEP I I MBI R, 8, 1898
VICTORY FOB KE;'EAL.
The Anti-Silver Men Show Great
Washington) Aug, 18. The galler
ies if tlie Home win crowded long
before the time lor the assembling, by
persons intl rested in the result f the
balloting on the silver question after
two weeks of debat.
When the Speaker rapped for order
at noon nearly every seal in the hall
While waiting for a all to order
Bland fretl) admitted the claimi of the
ami silver men of a maj rily of fifty
were well founded, and might be ix-
ceeded, it looked as it the iviiaoti
hill might go through with little or n
After reading the journal. Weaver ot
New York appeared at the bar of tht
House and was sw rn in.
Then the Clerk reported the resolu
tion containing t lie "rder of pr cedur
on the silver question, providing for th
vote hist on the ree coiiiai;e I silver
at the rate of 16 to 1.
Bailey of Texas asked if, in ease al
the amendments at to the ratio wen
Oeteatea it ot in order to propose an
The speaker thousht not, but woul
hear the gentleman on the subject
when the tuno came to formally pre
sent the subject.
McMillin of Tennessee wished to
offer an amendment for the free coin
age of the product of the silver mines
of the United States.
Bland objected even to the reading,
saying it was not free r linage at all.
Then the Wilson bill, repealing the
silver-purchase clause of the Sherman
Ai t was re.id. and Bland ffered his
first amendment for free Coinage at the
ratio of 16 to t. This was drf-uted
ayes 124, noes 126 amid applause
from the anti silver men, who did not
expect SO large a maj r i t y .
The 17 1 1 1 amendment was defeated
too to 14c. Beside the loss of th
votts of the Populists, the members 1 f
that 1 (arty withholding their votes,
several negative votes were cast by
those who favored a r.itio of 16 to I.
The amendment for ii to 1 was de
fsated 102 to 230.
The 1911 1 amendment was rejected
1:9 to 222.
The amendment to re-enact the
Blind-Allison Art was defeated 136
The W ilson Repeal bill was then
passed ayes 239, noes 1 10.
RUMORS ABOUT CLEVELAND.
An Operation for Diseased Bone
Spreads Reports of a Cancer,
Philadelphia, August 29 The
Press publishes a four-column art ten
reiterating the statement that President
Cleveland submitted t 1 an operation
on trie yacht Oneida for the removal
of a cancer, requiring the cutting away
of a considerable part ..( the upper jaw
bone, so far with no serious effect.
This opeiati n to k place at the
time of the President's previous visit to
Buzzard's Bay. The wound seemed to
heal easily and naturally. His physi
cians hope all the virus has been re
moved and full recovery will result.
He is said to be improving daily.
The Press says Cleveland is still very
sick and the physic ians fear a mortal
disease is still lurking in his system.
Nf:w York, August 29. The
publication of the story concerning a
suriiical operation on I'residenl Cleve
land, which was currently rumored two
months auo. has brought out H state
ment from Or. Ferdinand Hasbrouck,
dentist. Dr. Hasbrouck consented to
talk for publication and said :
"I have read an article which pur
ports to give an account of President
Cleveland's disease and (he operation
nerformed uuon hirn. The publication
calls, I think f.vr an authoritat v state
ment. The President's disease is or
was for the operation may have been
successful m removina it a growth in
the bones oi his left upper jaw 1 d ad
joining the bones of the nose.
" The operation consisted in remov
ing diseased p ni mi of the bone and
was performed about 10:30 o'clock on
the morning of July i-t, While the Tns
iiient was ..u board Mr. Benedicts
vatch the Oneida. I want to say that
I don't think the disease is the lime as
that which caused the death of Genera
"Dr. Bryant, another surgeon whoa
I will not name, and mysell went op
board ihe yacth at tins city on Fr day
niht. the night bsf re the operation.
It is not true, as has been published.
that the President went immediately to
bed on o.ining aboard lliat night. H
sat on deck for a time smoking a cigar
and seemed perfectly composed and at
" The next dav about 10 o'c lock the
Prudent DMDared himself toi the
knife. He was still entirely composed
and cheerful. He lay d iwn, announced
thai he was ready and I administered
nitrous oxide to him. He responded
to the anesthetic promptly and was
"In order to enable the surgeons to
cut aay the bone which was the seat
of the d sease, I extracted two bicuspid
teeth from ihe left side cf the upper
jaw. I he surgeons then look charge.
fhers was no external incision in the
rlcm (I the face, the OpfTatOTI working
entirely Within the cavity of the mouth.
1 he seat t imp diseased growth was In
the low : bon I of tht nose, in the ad
ining bus c ( h n- e and in the
adjoining b me ti-s e on the left side
of the 11 1 11 vi r law
" I'his thaeasi d bone was cut sway
pkcu by piece, and perhaps an inch or
mi re of 1 was removed While the
operailu wai in irogress the Presideni
revived from the effects of the an.es
Ihetie, . nd he was obliged t' administei
it to hnn a tecond time. Mr. Cttvt
land stn d the Xlde veiv well and no
bad effects weie produced bv it. He
ralued vety quickly, i he operation
SO far as I could see, was an enure
-in ceSS. I he loss of blood was not
li Hasbrouck was then asked: "I
the disease of the President curable ?
l o ihl- he replied : "I have no
ubt of it, provided it, is attended tO
m time, and th t was the OOICCI 01 me
oieration. Enough of the bone tissue
was cut out to make certain that the
entire extraneous growth had been re
Is :he disease cancerous in il
nat 're !
"Thai 1 will not say,'' replied L)r
I lasbroui k. " That is foi Dr. Bryant I
s.n. and it cou.d niv oe ueieruuneo
In a m:crosc meal examination o! the
diseased bone removed '
"U hat the mi rose ipictl examin ition
has disclosed 1 have not definitely
heard. 1 understand, however, thai
:ln l'roideiii is nroeressin- as well a-
could be expected. I have seen wjrs
eases, and 10 tar as I Know they an
livine vet. h ntilv remains n:v lor
Dr. Bryant to state what the microscop
ical investigati in reveals c incerning
the character of the malady.''
1 ill PRESIDENT ANGRY.
Buzzard's Bav, August 20. The
President received a Correspondent
1 Mis aftemo n. He was quite coin
municafive, and said that he was gie .t
lv L-ratihed at lue passage (! the WllSon
He was iirtlli best of health, he de
dared, and he was incensed at th
faUe ten irt circulated about his bcin
a hi cted with cancer.
I'he (atiiily will probably leave to
in u iw. lo-mght Mrs. t.ltvelam
drove AVer to the village and made
farewell call on the Jeffersons.
FINDS LITTLE FAVOR.
Wsstern Governors Want No Seces
,Ni a York. August 22. The world
onnl to-dav the opinions ot a nuuiiiei
,1 Western Governors upon the propo
sitii 11 ot a commercial division of tin
United States. This proposition orig
natCd with the State' fncialsof Kansas
Thev have been talk. tic ti r some time
t a c vmmercial divui m 01 the nasi
nd West, and some have gone lurthei
and discussed a political division.
Tills has not been 11. ere talk, lor the
Kalis is 1 Iticials sent a petition to Gov
eiiiwi Stone of Missouri tor a call lor
mention of Governors and del
gates to he appointed oy toeu ivernors
to consider means iu iree u.e vtcbihuu
South from the alleged domination in
business affairs of the Last. A conven
ti n is wanted representing all tin.
States west ul the Mississippi and south
of the Ohio river.
Tne petition reviews the financial
ndition ef the country, and adds that
It will be worse if Congress does noth
ing or unconditionally repeals the Slier
It concludes as tollows: "We con
sider the present an suspicious time
for a ' oncerted movement to bung th
people of the West and South into such
united action as will protect and foster
interests whtch lire naturally allied, and
to free those sections from the unjust
and ruinous domination of a section
which is larselv influenced by Kuro
pean policies and methods."
1 he II orui sent to each ot the Uov
crnors of the Western Stales a telegram
requesting them to answer these ques
first What do you think of the
petition of Kansas officials tot a com
mercial division between the West and
Second -W hat would be the result
of the proposed convention of Govern
ors to consider this?
O ivernors Stone of Missouri, Lcwel
ling of Kansas, and Pennoyer of Oregon
boldly favor the convention; all others
heard fr om oppose it. Governor Stone
favors the scheme. He would make
St. Louis the money center and Gal
veston or New Orleans the outlet foi
the West and S vuth.
Governor McGraw of Washington
says any man who proposes a secession
oi States is as much a traitor as he was
G vernor Knutc Nelson of Min
nesota expresses the same sentiment.
Governors Coicord of Nevada and
Crouose of Nebraska have no sympathy
with or confidence in the si heme.
Governor Horace Boies of Iowa says it
is unwise and does not think that any
considerable number of Governors
would attend such a convention.
BLOUNT GOES HOME.
Clearly Cleveland Is in No Hurry to
Settle Hawaiian Affairs.
W.vshinoion, Aug. 23 Ministei
Blount had another conference with
Secretary Gresham at the state Depart
ment t '-day in regard to Hawaiian
affairs, but the details will not be given
out for publication at present. Blount
has c- nclutled his business with the
State Department and will leave here
to-morrow morning for his home in
Georgia. It is learned that the report
mat Minister Blount had resigned is
premature. He will probably return to
Washington almost simultaneously with
the Presideni, about the 1st of Septem
ber, ami ihe f it'ire course of the Gov-
riiment on the Hawaiian question will
tlun be finally ( ousidered, but the re
sult of the negotiations fur a new treaty
with Hawaii will not be known ofticial-
u until the President cotnmunlcstei 1
to the Senate in the I I in 01 a spec".
message. From present indications it
is not at all certain that this will done
before the beginning ,. the regular
session oi Cnngresi In December,
BLOUNT STILt. IN POWER
He Will Conduct All Negotiations With
WASHtNOTON, August 21 With the
arrival ul Minister Blouni in Washing
ton within the ntxt fe days diplomstii
lUsiness between t' e United Slates and
Hawaii will be conducted by Blouni
and by rhutlton, Minister ot the Pro
visional Government to this country.
Routine matters and communications
direi ted to the Provisional uovei nmem
from the Suae Department will be
ansmkttd through Severance, the
united States Consul-Genem 1 Hono
lulu. Minister Itlount is still invested
with the title and functions 1 1 controls
loner, and he will act in a dual ca
I he cruiser Philadelphia w :1 arrive
it Honolulu ab.ut the middle ot Sep
lember. The Y irktoWn arrived at Ri.
it Janeiro Sat urday and the Charles
ton at BarbSdOCS yesterday, tiuecvl
these vessels will be sent to represent
the United States in Samoa.
WANTS TO BE A GOVEKNOK.
A Report That Blount Will Be a Candi
date in Georgia.
Atlanta (Gs.), August 26 T. H
Blount, United States Minister to the
Hawaiian islands, will run for Governoi
if the State. He will be the admitlis
traiion i andidate. I he statemt tit hav
ing been confidentially made thatCleve-
landc uld notcarry Georgia, in the light
of recent events, the g. ee pi battie has
been accepted) and in Voting for Blount'
nomination voters will rxpress confi
ilence in Cleveland. The contest prom
ises to be both Imid and sensational.
The Czar is at Copenhagen.
Cholera has appealed in London.
David I!. Hill is out as a bi-metallisl.
The cholera plague is spreading in
Henry Irving, the actor, is in San
Fr ox isco.
Tiller is fighting in the Senate for
the Slit i man law.
The Wesl Point cadets arc now at
the World's Fair.
t ierman troops are
fighting with the
natives 111 b, st Africa.
There are gloomy agricultural pros-
sects in Great Britain,
No naval vessel will be sent to Apia
iy the United States.
Cholera is reported from the Mis
souri town of Wellington.
'The engagement of Mis, Pullman to
Hi nice Isenbtrg is denied.
lames E. Tucker succeeds Appraiser
Ralston at San l'ranci.sco.
A statue of Abraham Lincoln has
bee unvenefj Edinburg
The Paris has been beaten
Normannia in an ocean race.
New York bankers claim that the
financial situation is improving
A British cruiser has been sent to
Zanzibar to quell an insurrection.
Miss Vohe, the actress, will marry
Lord lli pe, an English nobleman,
Another bloody engagement luis
taken pace in Rio Grande do S
Several summer hotels at Rockaway
Beach have been destr yed by tire.
The BonapartistS want Prince Victor
Napoleon made Presid nt of France.
The French elections are not reas
suring lo the friends 01 the ti.ivernmeiit.
Forty million marks will be spent
upon an increase of the German navy.
Peary is still on Labrador, having
refused to pay the prices asked for
There were a great many wrecks on
the Atlantic as the result oi the August
Mayor Carter Harris in of Chicago,
who is 75, is to marry a New Orleans
'The steamship British Prince, flying
the cholera Mag, has appeared oi Phils
The new Chinese embassy spent
$10,000 during its short slay in San
Four thousands idle men paraded
under the black flag at Newark, N. Y.,
on Aug. 2 1 .
Dr, Peters, the African explorer, who
has arrived in New York, thinks Kmin
Pasha is not dead.
Paymaster John Clyde Sullivan ol
the Navy is likely to be acquitted ol
the charges against bim,
It is likely that the Conso idaled
National Bank of San Diego will re
sume business this month.
'The liberty bed will be rung in
various pails of the United Stales and
will then be token to Europe.
Bismarck is severely criticised in
Berlin for speeches he has nude against
the policy of the Government,
II. K. Thurber, the famous mer
chain, is charged with having fled froi 1
New York to escape creditors.
The recent attdeks 011 missionaries
in China were committed by roughs
and were not dee to Gear) s law.
l our million dollars 111 geld has
b.en sent from the San Pranciaco mint
lo the sub treasury in New York.
Mrs. .elia Nuitall has interpreted
the Azlec calendar. It is the most
important discovery of the kind nude
Riots between French and Italian
workmen at Aignes Moites, France,
have strained diplomacy between Pari
Several men v. ere wounded in a con
flict between rioteri in Chicago and
police. Mi st 01 the trouble ?' caused
Lillian Russell, the actress, is to wed
SandOV, the "Modern Samson." The
s me rumor nruct Mu KUIMIl and
There has bei-n s-.vage fighting be
tween factions m Mexico, In one
' ngsgemenl eighty men re shut
down in a canyon.
A curt martial if Ulanta officers
will be ordered b) tie Navy depart
ment. The OOflditlon of the ship is
said to be disgraceful
Catholics In the (Jilted States, as
sisted by Bu topes n journals, will make
an effort to oirst Mgr. Sih.lli from his
post as I )i legate Ap iS'CillC.
Fourteen pe pie were killed In a
railway collision on long Island) All
gust 271I1. Among litem was Editor
V.. Ai buck of the Spirit of the Times.
The survivors of the Victoria disaster
attribute the , ff.iir t,v Tie anger of Ad
miral Tiyon at suggi s:r,ns which were
made to him to change the course of
President Mdhtt of Chile has grant
ed amnesty to al Batmacedlsts except
Claudio Vicuns, his cabinet, and those
res nsible for the mas-acre of students
i 1.0s canoe,
Admiral Fiel3 ot he lintish navy-
says tn..t the trig nil r. nis do in t
deserve the name. They could d 1
no more execution tnau . man tilting
gainst a stone (eail with a thimble on
To exercise further pi ssure upon
Slam to compel compllai ce with their
test demands t b t- French are threaten
g to return to tlnir gunboats. 'The
fi reign residents are loud in their in
dign ition. The rtpcrt that the French
re I 1 1 1 1 ' 1 r. l: ( hantlbun tel Is to in
crease ihe snx el y.
C i tain Henry Gl.,ss is in ail proba
bility to take command ol the Olympia
w hen she is tur led over tO theG ivern
ment. Captain Glass is at present
capt in i f the yard at Mare island, but
he is sien frequently on the ship now
consulting with the member of the
firm. 'The vessel is t 1 be the Raashlp
of the Pacific squadron, and con
sequently he will have an idihital
alongside I h m, which is not con
sidered so desirable in ihe navy as to
be the senior 1 fficer aboard one's own
ship, it is though) that the Olympia
may make her debut in commission as
leader ol the Heel which, it is hoped,
will assemble in the bay during the
SALE OF LEAST OF THE GOVERNMENT
REMNANTS OF PUUEPA ND AND
KOTOIKI. K0HALA, HAWAII.
1)11 THURSDAY, October 5, 1890, at 12
o'cloek noon, at the front entrance of the
Executive Building will be sold at Public
Auction the raninanti of the Government
Ifinda of Puuepa n i ami Kokoikt, K-.hala,
Hawaii, Containing an aiea of 399 acres., a
little more or less. ,
Term: Leas.' for 10 years.
Uptet piice:--$125 per annum payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING.
Minister of ihe Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 5, iSgj. i.?8-3t
HUGH GUNN has this day been appoint
ed member of the Board ol Fire Commis
sioners for the City of Honolulu, vice JAS,
H. HO VI). resigned.
J. A. KING,
Mini-ter of ihe Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 5th, 1893. 137-it
SALE OF TI NANCY AT WILL OF THE
STORE ON KING STREET AND AD
JOIN 1 1 G TH K CHINESE THEATRE
On Saturday. BeptCUiber 30, 1S93, nt 12
o'clock noon, al the front entrance of the Exec
utive building will be sold ai Public Auction
die Tenancy a; Will of ihe Premises occupied
as a Store on King Sinn on the Waiklki side
of tad adjoining the Chinese Theatre, Hono
Term: -Tenancy from month to month
until such time as the Minister of t he Interior
ma) uriah to terminate the same by giving 3Q
Upset price $10.00 per month payable
monthly In advance.
(Signed) J. A. KING,
Mini-ter of die Interior.
fnterii 1 Oliice, August 31, 1893. 134-31
Ouiny to the drought and scarcity of water,
the irrigation hours are hereby suspended
until further notice.
All perMins disregarding the above notice
arc liable to have their privilege! cut off
with, 111 further notice,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Work,
Honolulu, H, 1., Avgjo, 1K9.1. ij3-tf
Owing to the drought and scarcity of water,
the resident above J add Street are reoueeted
to collect what water they may require for
household purposes before 8 o'clock a.m.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
I loin end after date all hills againsi the
Board of Health must he made In duplicates.
Scc'y Board ol Health.
Office Hoard of Health, Honolulu, II. I.
August 31, iKo.;, 133.3.
SALE OF LBA86 OF GOVERNMENT
LAND ADJOINING POHAKUHAKU.
KAMAKUA. ;i .vVAIl
On Thursday, September
o'clock noon, at the from
Executive Building, will b
28, IK93. at 12
entrance of ihe
sold at Public
Auction the Lease ol a piece of Government
Land adjoining Pohakuhake, Hamakua, Ha
waii, containing an area of 80 acres, more or
Teims. Lease for 10 years.
Upset price $50 per annum payable semi
annually iu advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Auy. 29, 1SQ3. JS.I
BETHEL STREET : OPl'OSITK
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237 "BELL" "MU TUAL" 565,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOB
BOOK AND C0MMERCIA1
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Lowest CASH Prices!
California Feed Co.
T. J. Kino ami J. N. WRIGHT,
Have just received thf
est Stock of H AY and ( j RA I N
ever imported by any firm in
Honolulu, by any one vessel.
This stock was personally se
lected bv 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.
IF you want a goad pair of GLOVES
for lining or walking, I can sell 'em to
you. Or it y u want to see some NEW
Ni-.CK WEAR In the latest designs and
sh.ipes, call aroui.d and feast your eyes.
I have ahn got a new stock ol COLLARS
and CUFFS, and above all do not forgel
thai I am making SHIRTS TO ORDER
in all styles, and 'hat I am the sole ageirt for
the Dr. G. Jaeger Saniiary Underwear. Vour
phvaieian recommend ii tor the hialth.
1 16-3-1 m
C. R. COLLINS,
Saddler and Carriage
Repairs in the ahove hranches, a specialty
a" Charges Moderate.
Personal attention given to all work.
42 King St., Next to Murray's carriage shop
f f W
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
EAST CORNI.R FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goodl received by every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
Fresh California Produce Ivy every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and
Goods delivered to any pari of the cily free of charge.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction liunrnnleeil.
Post Office H,ix No. 14s. Telephone No. 92.
HENRY DAVIS & Co.,
52 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. V
GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS !
Purveyors to the United States Navy
FAMILY GROCERIES. TABLE LUXURIES. ICE HOUSE DELICACIES
Coffee Roasters and Tea Dealers.
Island Produce a Specialty
FRESH BUTTER and EGGS.
We are Agents and First Handlers of Maui Potatoes,
AND SELL AT LOWEST MARKET RATES.
P. O. Box 505.
Nature's Grandest Wonder.
The Popular and Scenic Route
Wilder's Steamship Company's
Ai STEAMER KINAU,
Fitted with Electric Light, Electric
Tlie Kinau Leaves
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS,
Arriving at Hilo Thursday and Sunday Mornings
From Hilo to the Volcano 30 Miles,
Passengers are Conveyed in Carriages,
TWENTY-TW 0 MILES,
Over a SPLENDID MACADAMIZED ROAD, tunning most of the
way through a Dense Tiopical Forest a ride alone worth the
trip. The balance of the road on horseback.
ABSENT FROM HONOLULU 7 DAYS!
19" T X O lEC IE T S,9
Including All Expenses,
For the Bound Trip, : : Fifty Dollars.
ror Further Information,
Corner Fort ami
PETER HIGH, -
1 V I'M (' K
On Alakea and Richards near
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Etc.
TURNED AND SAWED WOIiK.
Prompt attention to all orders.
and Provisioners of War Vessels.
Both Telephonea Number 130.
Hells, Courteous and Attentive Service
very 10 Day,
Call at tiik Office,