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The Hawaiian Star.
PUBl i MED EVFRV AFTERNOON
BY THH HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1 1,
Should tnnexatiuti lie withheld by
Mr. Cleveland anil Congress, the
prospects of Republican success in
r 187,6 will become of jjreat inttresl to
the Hawaiian roup.
These protpcctl are now g nod, first,
because 1 f the panic which trod upon
the heels of I he new ad ninistratioii.
Than hard times there is n thing more
potent in America to change p ilitical
conditions. In lSbothe Democracy,
which was held responsih!e for the
buaineta collapse of 1857, succumbed
to the new party of Lincoln ami
Seward; and in 1876 the Republicans,
because of the financial ruin wrought
in 1873, were ousted from Congress
and defeated in the Presidential field
by a popular majority of 250,000
tnougn Air. nayes managed to sain
the White House by an award wlnci
has Deen called into legal question
since. Hut for the revival of business
in 1S79 it is conceded that Genera
Ciarneia would nave been beaten by
The issue up. in which Mr. Cleve
land secured a second term was almost
purely industrial. To be sure, cond
turns were not bad, but by a reform of
the taiiff he promised even better
times than had prevailed during tl
lour years 01 Ueneral Hams in S in
cumbency; and though he failed by
75,000 votes of a popular majority, he
captured the Electoral College. W ith
his induction the h pis of wuikingmen
ran high, but their disappointment was
bitter. A widespread panic ensued,
mines and manufactories shut down,
hungry men became legion, banks
failed, import duties fell off, gold grew
scarce, the checks of even so great a
corporation as the Standard Oil Com
pany could not be met in cash, while
confidence, erstwhile a flowering plant,
was cut at the roots. In the silver
States public distress has been so gen
eral that secession has been talked of
as a remedy, and Govt mors have
spoken of riding in blood up to their
horses' bridles. With some mi ditica
tions this industrial condition fit pre
vails, and we do not sec that its effects
can wear off before the election of
1896 unless an European war should
begin and create an artificial and fever
ish demand for American products and
Thus the Democracy has lost, in the
space of seven months, the greattr
part of its strength among the laboring
classes. We think i: doubtful if it can
regain its prestige and support. Al
ready Democratic wurkingiuen ate
clamoring fi r the protective policy
under which 3uch a great measure ol
public welfare had been achieved.
Thty confess, in advance of a trial of
the experiment, that they were deceived
as to the log cal sequence of such n
assault upon invested capital as the
substitution of free trade for protection
would imply. They are ready now fol
another political change.
The continuance of Democratic rule
at Washington is als 1 menaced by in
ternal party fei ds. The next mail from
the pivo'.al State of New York will
show the issue of a gigantic grapple fi.l
control of the Democratic organisation
there by the friends of Cleveland and
Hill. The light between these leaders
was acute two years ago and S-iiatoi
Hiil won. The recurrence of the con
test is now marked by a personal
ascerbity which vividly calls to
mind the suicul.il light between
the Republican Stalwarts and
Half breeds in the Empire Siati
twelve years ago. There had been a
proud Republican ruaj rity there, elect
ing Senali rs and a Governor; but
pride went before a fall. Senator
Conkling raised an issue against Presi
dent Garfield as Senator Hill is d ins
against President Cleveland, and the
defeat of the Republican party followed.
To-day history is beginning to repeat
itself even 111 matters of detail. It is
n iw war to the knife and the knife to
the lull bclwicii the Democratic lac
tions, and the outcome is quite likely
to tie t the parly now in power what
it was to the great organ Dillon which
divided its strength between the ad
herents of the Garfield and CookUng
ideas in politics in 1881 and until the
Waterloo of N-Viitibcr, 1884.
Wh t with woi kinguieu going out of
the ruing party 111 battalions; wiih
biltet discord in the very citadel of
Democratic supremacy , with the Wcit
and S nth roused against Cleveland i n
the question of free silver , with the
tariff doctrines of the dominant party
confronted with the specter of mis
fortune which their own proposals have
conjured up, where is there a chance,
not accorded by a miracle, for the
triumbfiant Democracy of 1802 to
rept at its victory in 189(1?
Under these circumstances Hawaii
if wait it must for incorporation with
the fatherland, may do so with hope
and confidence and ease of mind. Il
is given to those who wait to gain all
things whieh a just and honest am
bition may strive for and invoke
Patience, tenacity and courage--thesi
three shall yet hi ing the sisterhood of
Islands into the sisterhood of States
Three veals is not a lone time to stand
at the threshold of success, and unless
effect no longer follows cause in the
logic of politics, within that period the
manifest destiny of these Islands will
me to pass and the hopes of Ha
waiian patriots will be realized.
THE AFTERNOON PAPER
Honolulu is the field, par ixcellamt,
for the afternoon press. Here, owing
lo the peculiar conditions of life, most
of the reportable news is made during
the day between the hours in which an
afternoon paper is begun and finished.
People c immence their activities in
Honolulu late in the morning and do
very little, either in an official, a busi
ness or commercial way after 4 P, It,
Almost mvariibly the steamers an ive
in the forenoon, the Courts turn out
their grist early in the day, the Coun
cil meets not fir from the hour of
twelve and the general run of inter
esting events c iocs t" pass before peo
ple go home to dine. Unlike any
American city Honolulu is marked y
deficient in the night life up in which a
m 'ruing paper must depend for its ex
clusive news. We have nu theaters,
Tne crimes of durlcness are uncomm ri.
Great social events, such as attract the
reportorial eye are not usual, private
visits and hos;, it lilies, in which there
is no news, taking the place of balls,
routs and kettledrums, Hence, to con
fine one's newswupti jurisdiction to the
night is to occupy the field as a glean
ers of such wisps and refuse as the
harvesters have dropped In passing,
Oi casionally, of course, a morning paper
is sble to find a "scoop'' well Worth its
while; but the ereat preponderance of
Island news go,s first to the afternoon
pies by a process which is natural and
jgical and whic h cannot be changed
even by the exercise ot the best in
dustry and ability in the field of mid
night search and sunrise publication,
When a cable shall have connected
Honolulu with the United Slates the
advantage to the afternoon paper will
more broadly marked. Owing to the dif
ference in t me the Star'wi 1 then print
at 4 p. m. Associated Press dispatch s
gathered up to 5:30 P. H, on the coast,
up to 8:30 P. m on he Atlantic sea
board and up to half-past eleven o'clock
at niuht on the western shores of
Europe. As most of the news ( f any
city or country c nies to pass in the
day time and in the United States
and E irone in the early evening us
well, it is tasy to see that a Honolulu
alterno. n paper, with its budget of
news, will leave very little that is
fresh to be published the next morning.
Any we I conducted afternoon j ur
ml in H' nolulu may be relied upon
for the first report of at least 85
per cent, of the really important and
interesting or, urrences.
Mrs. Ellen McCullv has written
i letter to the Cotntn$rcial of Bangor,
Maine, in which she describes the
causes and personnel of the Hawaiian
revolution with marked fidelity. Hei
letter is one of the best that h IS been
published up ,n a sub CI that has
enlisted many able pens on b,.lh sides
and caused a long and embittered
controversy. It is temperate in its
language, c rrect in its history and
just in its analysis (if character. A
considerable portion of the correspond
ence appears elsewhere in this im
pression. W'hli 1MB home. Mr. President.
POLICE COURT MATTERS.
Convicted of Assault and Battery oil
Mm h of Judge Robi its m's lime w.o
taken up this morning with the hearing
of the case ol Ikto e (w), accused ol
assaulting and battering Polly (w). Il
resulted in the Court's finding her
guilty and s. ntencing her to pay a fine
1 I $20 and $4 70 csls.
Kt akaln, i barged with speculating In
the fa tickels, was the next case (fought
up, but at the noon lectss it had not
been concludt d.
All the other c iscs on the Calendar,
mth the txctption of a couple of
drunks whose bail was forfeited, were
remanded to further dales.
Frerch and English money is being
us.d to secure Congressional acir.n at
N caragua against American control t l
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
URY FOR THE CH ARTER ENDING SEPTEMBER 80, IBM,
The Treasury Balance July 1st, 1898,
From Interior Department Receipts $ 43,!!07 80
" Customs Receipts 108,760 4!)
" Prom F'ines, Penalties and Costs 11, SIT) IS
" San Francisco Consul F'ees 4,874 80
" Chinese Passports 1,330 0(1
" Water Receipts 1 7 ,UG 1 lift
" Fish Market Receipts " 6,986 GO
" Post Office Receipts 40, i 10 48
" Prison Receipts 1 ,888 65
" Registry Office Receipts 1,980 86
" Brands 1,688 00
" Government Realizations 3,20 35
" Electric Eight Receipts J79 6fi
" Hilo Water Receipts 793 50
" Revenue Stamps 5,(70 70
Loan Account September 7th, 189"J
January 1 1th, 1893. .
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank. . . .
Crown Land Revenue
Sinking F'und for Redemption of Govern
Permanent Si i i le mi n i s.
Jt mciARY Department,
Salaries Chief Justice and Associates
" Clerk Jud. Dept. and Shorthand Reporter.
" Circuit Judges and Clerks
" Police and District Judges
" Interpreters and Messengers
Expenses Supreme and Circuit Courts
Purchase of Eaw Books
" " " Circuit Courts
Stationery and Incidentals
Printing and Binding tHh Vol. Hawn. Reports. .
Salaries Minister, Secretary, Clerks e; Messengers
Salary Consul-General San Fran, and Expenaes,
" Envoy at Washington
Relief and Return of Indigent Hawaiians
Education Hawaiian Youths abroad
Diplomatic and Consular Services
Expenses Foreign Agents
Incidentals Foreign Office
Band, F'lags and Salutes
Departmeni of Finance
Salaries Minister, Auditor General, Registrar of
Public Accts., Clerk and Messenger.. . .
Salaries Tax Assessors & Clerk to Assessor, Oahu.
Deputy Assessors and Collectors
Incidentals Finance Department
" Tax Office
Auditor General's Office
Interest on National Debt
Salaries Post Master General and Clerks
" Post Masters and Mail Carriers
Oceanic S. S. Co. Subsidy
Incidentals Postal Bureau
Salaries Bureau of Customs
Custom House Boat
Expenaea Pilot Boats
Attorney General's DEPAR1
Salaries Attorney General and Deputy
" Marshal, Deputy, Clerk and Jailor
" Sheriffs and Clerks
Deputy Sheriffs Hawaii, Maui, Kauai
Pay of Police Hawaii, Maui, Kauai and Oahu. .
Salaries 2 Clerks Receiving Station and Physician
" Sup. Court Officer, Hack Inspector and
Incidentals, Civil and Crim. Expenses
Coroner's Inquests and Debt
Support etc. of Prisoners
Salaries Minister, Chief Clerk, Assistant Clerks
Incidentals Interior Department
Salaries Bureau of Survey
Expenses Field Parties
Incidental Office Expenses
Salaiies Registry Office
Incidentals Registry Otlice
Salaiies Board of Immigration
Incidentals Board of Immigration
Salaries Supt. Water Works and Cleiks
Running Expenses Water Works
Repaiis to Reservoirs
General Repairs all Water Works. .
Koloa Water Works
Hilo m "
Salary Supt. Public Works and Clerks
Incidentals " "
Repaiis to Government Building
Landings and Buoys, Maui
Wharf etc. Maalaea
" Moving etc. Eahaina
Landings and Buoys Molokai
" " " Hawaii
" " " Honolulu
" " " Kauai
" " " General
Road Supervisor, Honolulu
Road and Bridges, North Hilo
" " " General
Board 01 Health,
Salary Secretary Board of Health
Propagation of Bovine Virus
General Expenses Board of Health
Buildings, Etc. of Hospitals
Maintenance of Quarantine Station
Expenses Erecting Monument Father Damien..
Segregation of Eepers
Support of nun-Eepers
Government I'll) sicians
Expenses under Act to Mitigate
Flee System removing Garbage
Honolulu Fire Department
Hose Cart Engine Co. No. 1
Repaiis to Insane Asylum
' " Electric Eight
" " Markets
Subsidy to Steamer between Hon., Molokai, Etc,
Aid to Paradise of the Pacific
" " Kapiolani Park Association
Lighting streets of Towns, etc
OF THE HAWAIIAN I KhAS
was tl,W 4 1
1 1,154 88
5, "175 00
2, 036 50
827 4 1
4 4 58
1 19 I0
Copying of Faded Records
PortStl and Nurseries
Gourd Royal Mausoleum
Expenses of Election
General Election 1892. . .
Aid to Kapiolani Maternity Home. .
" " Queen's Hospital
Incidentals under Homestead Acts.
Pay of Veterinary Surgeon
Quarantine Diseased Animals ....
Diamond Head Signal Station
Rent Post Office Hilo
Bridge at Wailua, Kauai
Dam and Building Reservoir, Makiki.
Hilo Water Works
Wailuku Water Works
New Kerosene Warehouse
Dredging Honolulu Harbor
Pay of Prison Eunas Volcano Road . .
Roads and Bridges Honolulu
Expense placing Loan January 11, 1893
General Expenses Provisional Government
Hospital Tax Fund, To Special Deposit
Road Tax 1893, " ' "
School Tax '93, " "
Treasury Note Act, Redeemed
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank, W ithdrawn ....
Eand Sales, Sinking F'und
Treasury Balance July 1, 1893,..
Receipts to Sept. 30, 1893
Expenditures to September
Treasury Balance October 1
Treasury Department, Oct. 1, 1893.
sale of tenancy at will of the
CHINESE THEATRE, KING STREET,
On MONDAY, November 13th, 1N93, at
12 o'clock noun, at the front entrance of the
Executive Building will he sold at Public
Auction the- Tenancy ai Will of the Chinese
Theatre Building situated on King Street,
Terms: -Upset price $80 pot month. Ten
ancy from month to month until such lime as
the Minister of the Interior or the tenant
may wish to terminate the same by giving 30
Rent payable monthly in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. nth, 1893- 168-uw
FOREIGN office notice.
It is hereby notified that Ml. MAN LEY
HOPKINS ''as been duly recognized by
Iter Britannic Majesty's Government as Ha
waiian Consul-General for the United King
dom of Great Haitain and Ireland.
FRANCIS M. HATCH,
Acting Minister o( Foreign Affairs,
foreign Office, October g, 1893. 167-it
FOREIGN OFFICE NCTICE
Official notice has been received by this
Department that an International and Colonial
Exposition will be opened in the city o
Lyons, France, on the 261b day of April, 1894.
FRANCIS M. HATCH,
Acling Minister of Foieign Affairs.
Foreign Office, October 9, 1S93. 107-31
Sealed Tenders will be received at the Office
of the Minister of the Interior until WFIJ-
NESOAV, November 1st, 1S93, at 12 o'clock
noon, for furnish. ng Yellow Metal, Coppering
Nails, Fell, and oilier material for new
wharves, Honolulu. Specifications can be
seen at the office of tbc Superintendent of
Ths Minister of the Interior do. s not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any bid.
. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office Sept. 23rd, 1893. 153-nn
C. B. COOPER, M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE MASONIC TEMPLE.
Corner Hotel and Alakea Streets.
Office Hours: 10 to 14 a.m., 2014 p.m.,
7 to 8 p.m. Suniiays: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
McTCLEPHONUl Mutual 154 -Office Bell 08.
A STRONG ARABIAN HORSE
broken to Saddle and Harness.
DR. H. W. HOWARD,
U.S. Tregloan & Son
HAVF. JUST RECEIVED PER S S
Australia full und complete assortment
of Woolens, conpriajng Worsted Cassimcre
and Tweeds. Business Suits to order fioni
$20 up. Business Pants lo order from S5 up.
II. S. T REG LOAN & SON.
Corner Fori eV Hotel St.
Call in and examine the
NEW BUTTONHOLE MACHINE
Antl our new slock of
Fine Singer Sewing Machines.
Bethel Street, Honolulu, Damon Block.
1 1,874 44
1,09 2 25
533,236 4 4
G. E. SMITHIES,
Registrar of Public Accounts.
408 Fort Btrbkt,
ANNOUNCES TO THE PUBLIC
that the SAKE DEPOSIT VAULTS
are now ready for occupancy.
Itoxcs can be hired for the safe keeping of
all sorts of valuables at very moderate charges.
It will cost you less to hire a box for a year
than the exptnse of carting 1 lone a safe to
your house or place ol business, to lay nothing
of the cost of a safe or interest 00 the outlay,
besides which your valuables will be deposited
in boxes that are both absolutely fire proof and
Hire a DOR ami nave no more anxious
Ladies arc especially invited lo take a box
where their jewels will be safe.
For further particulars apply to
THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT ANE
Buii8 and Sells Dicidend Paying
Stochs in blocks or in small lots,
Hawaiian Gocernment Bunds and
other First Class Bonds.
The Co mpany has for sale at present time:
Hawaiian Sugar Company Stock,
Hawaiian Agriculture Co. Slock,
Wilder Steamship Co. Stock,
Inter-Island Steamship Co. Stock,
Peoples Ice& Refrigerator Co. Stock,
Hawaiian Government Honds b",,,
Ewa Plantation (ist mort) Bonds 7,
Heela Plantation (Ml mort) Bonds 8,
Waihee Suyar Co (1st mort) Bonds 8.
We also undertake to arrange for loans for
persons desiring to borrow or invest money.
For particulars apply to
Tilt: HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND
408 Fort Street, Honolulu,
Kcduced Hunt Hire.
FROM DATE THE STEAM LAUNCH
"Star" will take passengers to vessel
in the harbor SUNDAYS .T 25 cents for the
tound trip. Excursions and fishing parlies by
the day al reasonable rales. Launch at Pilota'
boat landing. 149'tf
Rooms with Board.
A VERY PLEASANT FRONT ROOM
suitable for two persons with board
an be Count! at
32 EMMA STREET.
Kawaiatiao Jellies, Bread & Cake.
Kawaiahao Seminary established a
Domestic Department and are prepared to
lake orders Cor Jellies, Bread and Cake.
All orders lor Fruit Cake for Thanksgiving
EM Christmas should be sent at once.
Old Kona Coffee
For Sai.f. at
J. T. WATERHO USE'S
Oueen Street Stores
The Central Market.
Alwas have on hand choice Beef, Mutton,
Veal and l'oullry. We make Sausages a
specially. Give us a trial and be convinced,
We have ihe Lest. Our Cornell Heef is o
the very lest.
wi.sTlikOOK & GARBS,
Moth Telephones 104. 9a. if
We are Still Importing
Among other things the
bark" G. N. Wilcox" brought -us
Hubbuck s Genuine, No.
1 and No. 3 White Lead, in 25,
50 or 100 lb. iron kegs.
Hubbuck's White Zinc,
Red Lead, pale boiled and raw
Oil. Stockholm and Coal Tar,
in barrels or drums. Castile
Soap, Shot, BB to No. 10,
Punched Horse Shoes, Sal
Soda, galv'd Anchors, Brush
Door Mats, flexible steel and
iron Wire Rope, Seine Twine
Harris1 Harness Liquid, Da
& Martin Blacking, galvanized
Buckets and Tubs, Chain, blk.
and galv'd x to 5g; galv'd
Sheet Iron, No. 16 to 2G;
Tinned Wirt;, Copper Wire,
No. 10 to 20, black and galv'd
Fence Wire, Not. 4, 5 and (',
blue Mottled Soap, Anvils,
70 to 200 lbs.; Blacksmith's
Vises, all sizes; a large assmt.
of Bar Iron, kegs Dry Vene
tian Red, Yellow Ochre, Paris
Yellow, Burnt Umbre, Ult.
Blue, Paris Green, Metalic
Also, received ex Australia,
2G00 asstd hlect. Lamps,
1 lose, Butcher Knives, Carv
ers, Carriage Gloss Paint, Sul
phur Bellows, Scissors, Shoe,
Paint and Varnish Brushes;
Buckles, Picture Cord, P'urni
ture Nails, Tape Measures,
Jennings Bits, Yale Padlocks,
Oilers, galvd Swivels, White
Shellac, Gold Leaf, Leather
Washers, and at last our fine
assmt. f Wostenholm Pocket
Knives and Razors has got
We were almost out of those
fine swing Razor Strops, but
have a new lot this steamer.
We have a full line of Elec
trical Goods, and can wire
houses for Llectric Lights on
short notice. Now is the time
to leave your order for wiring,
as in a few months the current
for lights can be furnished and
then everyone will want lights
at once, and those whose hous
es are wired will of course get
E. 0. HALL & SON.
Fort & King Sts.
All kinds, in any quantity, from a
bag to a ton.
C H A RCOAL,
From 1 bag to any quantity.
In 4 ft. lengths, ftfld sawl or split, from
I bog to any quantity. Also,
WHITE AND BLACK SANI.
tS" No. 414 on liotli Telephones.-!
Hawaiian Wine Co.
FRANK. BROWN Manaokr,
26 and 30 Merchant Streei, Honolulu, H. J
A FEW OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
Complete Assortment ok
Stoves and Ranges
"CLIPPER " CANOOSES,
set in brick.
AGATE IRON WARE,
and TIN WARE,
COLUMBUS' WROUGHT STEEL
SINKS, Galvanised and White
CAL, I AWN SPRINKLERS.
Sheet Metal Goods in Tin, Copper or Gal
vanized Iron on hand or made to order.
Fall line pf Sanitary Gonds, Hath Tubs,
Lavttorieii Walei Ckotelt, I'ipe and Fitting 1.
We are equipped for work of all kinds in
the sheet Metal and Plajnbing Trade, and can
guarantee ihorottffB workmantbip and firs'
claw materials in ihese lines.
We solicit your palronaye.
J. Emmcluth & Co.
No. 6 Nuuauu St., and 104 Merchant st.