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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, I )3.-SlX PAURS.
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acquaintances, and ymir wife would
perhaps be conventionally ihi eked In
Rio, however, you Wuttld how ai d
smile at those wicked men, and eviti
your wife Would not altogether ignoie
them. Were you alone, perhaps you
would he presented to Ue ladies, and
chat with the whole pat ty in the pies
ence of all that is rMpKtubl. in Rio.
B it if Rio is gay and unconventional
as tried by North American notions,
PtlfOpotil is iv n H')'er and less con
ventlonal. Metropolis is the charming
summer capital to which in the yellow
fever seas n everybody it Rio, sivea
few numbed thousand p or ikvils With
livings to earn, n treats for fresh air and
safety. Petropolis is not very tar from
Rio, but it is high ibi ve the city, and
as your railway train climbs to that
suburban par.idise, city ami harbor and
blUC sea bey nd lie spread out seem
ingly at the fctt ol the traveler. When
thtra was an empire in Brazil and .1.
emperor resident at l'elr polis, that
mountain city was a in st interesting
place. Doni Pedro iv;i ked unaltei ded
through the cool, si ady streets and
talked to whom he would. S iRWtimei
he was seen beneath a tree gossiping
with a group of summer residei ts,
while the brook that watered the shady
th iroughfares purled at the impel lal
I Vim Pedro, being a tolerant and
go denatured monarch, thought no i
( f the gay doings at Metropolis. He
never stopped to inquire whether this
or that pretty villa was tenanted bv
man and wife or by folks bearing a 1
conventional relation. He admired
the gay ladies that drove or walked
about his summer capital, and mail
no awkward 11 quints as to their con
duct. Everybody followed the ways of
the country, and whatever the state of
things at Rio, and no matter how many
deaths by yel ow fever were reported
per day from the seaport below, there
were music and langhtet and wine at
Petropolis. There were coi k fights and
horse races as well, and the most en
gaging little games of chance, all s
open and respectable that one almost
f rgot that there was such a thing a
the decalogue. Many i f these things
er on under tie re, ubl c, and n .. val
offic ers report that Pftropotil, t ven
without the emperor, is delightfully
The Hawaiian Slave Trade.
To the Editor of the Sun Sir
Whin Edward M. McCook represented
the United States at Hono ulu in 1S68
he had occasion to draw the attention
of Hon William H. Seward, who was
then our Secretary ol State, to the fact
the coolie lab..r system was being es
Ub'islitd among the pi nters on the
Hawaiian Islands, a carg i havii g just
arrived there fr m J pan undvi a three
years' conlr ct It was also pro osed
to procure labor fr in tne S ulh Sea
Islands, and Mr. McCookinf. rmed the
Secretary I State that it at y s ,ch at
tempt is persisted in 1 Will dee II It n
duty to protest mcst emphatically
The policy of the United States in
rtgard to COOlie labor was emb died bv
Congress, and a c py t this resolutlol
was forwarded to Mr. McCook on Jan
u. rv 17, 1067, by the becretary ot
State. It was deemed nec-ss.ry by
Mr. McCook to trans nit a Copy ol
this resolution of our Congress to the
Hawaiian Minister if Foreign Affairs
his Excellency Stephen H. Pbilli s,
which he did on July 39, 186S, tayinj
that the anti c olie lab.r resolution ol
Congreat "corrtCtly indicates the mora
sentiment of the country I have the
honor to represent.''
Our Minister to Hawaii went further
He urged the Kanaka Government to
"cordially co-operate with the Govern
ment of the United Slates in its en
deavor to discountenance and dis
courage a traffic so repulsive that it
meets with the reprobati in 1 I the civ
ilized world. "
What was true in 1868 is equally
true to-day. The resolution of Con
gres-: is still in lorce. the coolie
labor tiade of a quarter of a century
back was equally as obnoxious to the
United Stales as is the Hawaiian coolie
trade ol to-day. We have no sym
pathy with such slave labor as Mr.
Claus Spreckels advocates. It slinks
in our nostrils. This "correctly indi
cates 1 tie moral sentiment of the c tin
A Blue-Grass Girl.
I was in Frankfort the othei day and
saw a sight that was enough to make
the blood of a Kentuckian dance like
champagne and his eyes sp .rkle lik
the moonstone. It takes a combination
to produce this effect on a native born,
and the blending in this case was most
harmonious 1 lissome young miss, as
graceful as a sapling maple, mounted
on a blooded bay thoroughbred, with
limbs as keen and as swift as the "black
tail" of the boundless prairies of the
She came down one ol the shady
avenues ol eims and water maples,
that are called streets at Kentucky's
Capua1, at a cli ping pace, and, halting
suddenly before an old-time mansii n,
dismounted and ran la ghlng in, hav
ing her hu(Se modestly to wuit f ,r his
little mistress to return. I watched
the pink face, golden hair, and hand
some riding hab.t until tin y disappeared
within the wid ' open do r, and then
turned my attention to the horse. Hil
bridle was as delicate as a si ken cord,
and on his back was a flat Eng'ish
man's saddle with one small stirrup.
As I stood looking, the you I g girl
came b undmg out (he gate and
mounted, evidently pleas d at the
harmless admiration of a stranger.
"How do you manage to slick on
that saddle?" I asked
"Oh, it's the easiest thing in the
world," she said. "Falhei is uneasy
Sometimes, but I always liked I man's
saddle best," and bounding lightly to
the horse's bat k. in an tner moment
she was out nf sight.
THOS. G. THRUMS'
I 06 Fort Street.
till kt'fi-. tin hum 1 vftrtcd stuck u4 Office,
1 'oiimu'iviiil ami lahii nnlile Stationery, con-
-Mil g in part of Engrossing and Legal papers
ml wr.ippt rs 1 lat ant Untied ap, broad and
narrow bill, bit.Ue.ment, Journal ami LtdgCI
pa fXtt ) Linen ami oilier letter anil note papers
m fol 01 talik-t form, with or without en-
elopetl slftnd iv Letter paper ami View
Mott Ptpeter.et) Correspondence, Menu, li.ill
md Miing ( . rtN, etc., etc., replenishing t he
line lunn time to lime and adding ftOVMUCt
tin y appear.
BoOkS Betide, a full line ol HI. ink
hooks, 111 the various sizes and landings Time
Books. Lot I looks. Agents' and Notari- -keCOfds.
Receipts, Note and other form book-
Memo, and Pass Hooks, the variety ot Miset 1
xneouv Works, leaehers and other Hible-,
Chikiien's nooks. Linen and other Toy Hooks,
etc., etc., invites attention.
Special Import Orders for
Books, music, etc..
made up Monthly.
News lii'" News Department has cue
lul attention for prompt forwardance ot nil
periodicals. Supscriptions entered at any time
knd periotlicals nut regularly received will be
ordered as desired.
All Subscriptions Payable
A large stock of Seaside and other librarieson
hand, and new Novels received by every mail
Artists' Drawing Materials, and ft full supply
-f Winsor & Newton's oil colors, brushes,
canvas, stretchers, etc., kept on hand or pro
cured on short notice.
Albums 'n theil several kinds, Work
Uoxcs ami baskets, Toilet and Manicure sets,
Va-es, Ctfd Receivers, Leather ( loods, Parlor
g.um-s and Toys in vaiiety, Dolll ami Ioll
Base Balls. Bats, Masks
roi all aspiring enthttsisstR
Sinding The Book Binding and Paper
Ruling Department still fills all ordert entrait
is! to it in the manufacture of special Work,
reblnditlg, plain and Intricate ruling, map
mounting, paper culling and hlucking, etc.
Music bound with care.
Printing Printing orders of all kinds,
executed in hist class maimer.
In all the alxive lines in which T. (J. T. has
been for ovei twenty yean identified in this
city, hemvitCfl correspondence, and guarantees
prompt and careful attention lo all orders en
In making up an order, see that it includes a
subscription ft tr yourself and for one or more
dative! I r friends abroad to "The Krikmi'
he oldest paper published in the Pacific, Rsv.
S. E, Bishop, E iloi ; published monthly, at
$2 per annum, devoted lo the religious and
educational interests of these islands, as also
a recorder of political and other current events.
Sample copies mailed to any address. A
innted number of advertisement! Inaerted ai
The Hawaiian Annual now in
its Nineteenth year, and acknowledged not
o ily as the best authority on all information
pertaining to the islands that residents should
know and strangers invariably n k, but the
nnlV reference book of Hawaiian statistics,
and annual recorder of current anil reminis
cent events. There are homes probably in
tins land in which it is unknown, except by
name, and there are numerous friends abroad
lo whom this publication would afford untold
satisfaction fol the fund of reliable information
it impart! in its one hundred and fifty or more
pages, with nothing of the "I iuids Book" gush
.'.bout it. Price per copy to any address in
these i lands, 75 cents; or mailed 10 ur.y
!o-s in the Po-tal Union for 85 cents each,
Metropolitan Meat Co.
81 KING STREET,
G. J. WALLER, - Manager.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines Sugar Mills, Boileee,
Coolers. Iron, Brass and Leai
Machinery of Every Description Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
MlOfc fttntthtftg 1 Jh work executed at Short
A FEW OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
Complete Assortment ok
Stoves and Ranges
"CLIPPER " CABOOSES.
1 RENCH RANGES
set in lirick.
tGATE IRON WARE,
and TIN WARE,
'COLUMBUS' WROUGHT STEEL
SINKS, Galvanized and White
CAE. LAWN SPRINKLERS.
Kheal Mclal Qoodl In Tin, Copper or Gal-
vjinizcil Iron on hand or maile lo orilcr.
Full line of Sanitary doods, Hath Tubs,
Lavatorial, Woioj Clootti, Ptpawd Fining.
Wc arc equipped lor wnik of all kinds in
lite Sheet Melai and Pluntbinu Trade, and cr.n
guaranloa ihorouph workmanship Kitd tirst
dial materials in these lines.
We solicit your patronage.
J. Emmeluth & Co.
No. 6 N 1 it., and 104 Merchant si.
at the Drake
And you are lound lu hit some ut the
ducks. This is precisely the same with
Cod Liver Oil.
It aims to curt: Consumption,
Hits the Mark, too, and it
most effectually breaks upColds,
Coughs, Hoarseness and all
Throat and Lung troubles that
cause this disease.
It is natural logic to conclude
that if W AM POLE 8 Preparation
OF Con Liver Oil has power
tt 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.
Hut 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
ellects, actually assists its own
In Pulmonary or Bronchia
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
KEPT IN STOCK AND SOLD BY
HOLLISTER & Co,
too Post Street, Honolulu.
Kstablished in 1872.
Estate of S. G. WILDER -:- W. C. WILDER
IMI'OUTF.KS AND DEALERS IN
Lumber and Coal
Doors, Sash, Blinds
Paints, Oils, Glass,
WALL PAPER, Etc.
Corner of Fort & Queen Streets,
HONOLULU. H. I.
.IK r crt w
X n g 0
J O H N
Wrought Steel Ranges, Chilled Iron
AGATE WAR E (White, Gray and NfcklfrpUrted), PUMPS, WATER AND
SOIL PIPES, WATER CLOSETS AND URINALS, RUBBER
HOSE AND LAWN SPRINKLERS, BATH TUHS AND STEEL
SINKS, O. S. GUTTERS AND LEADERS, SHEEP IRON, COP
PER. .INC AND LEAK, LEAD PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet
Grand Quarter-Off Sale!
EGAN & GUNN.
Will Begin October 4th, 1893.
With one quarter-off every dollar's worth of
goods bought 111 their store for the
Next : Thirty : Days.
This means the Greatest Bargains in Dry Goods, Gent's
Furnishings, Etc,, ever Offered in Honolulu.
On many articles, it means less than cost, but our stock
must be reduced, and we are willing to give our time to the
public for the next thirty days, regardless of profit to ourselves;
do not regard this as an ordinary advertisement, as our former
sales are evidences that we do just as we agree. It is not
necessary to tell you that our stock of Dry Goods, Millinery
and Furnishing Goods is large and well assorted, which means
to our patrons good Fresh Goods. Nothing will be held back
in this sale. Everything will be offered at the large discount
of one-fourth off i3cS.-?l. S. Terms Strictly Cash.
EGAN & GUNN.
New Furniture Store,
Hotel Street, between Fort and Nuuanu Sts.
Is now opened inr business, and lws in stuck the linosl assortment ol
ANTIQUE OAK BED ROOM SETS,
EXTENSION TABLES, Etc
ALSO a line assortment of
Reed and Rattan Furniture.
Fine Spring, Hair, Wool, Moss anil Straw Mallrasses; Live (iecse Kealhers anil S Ik Flo
lor Pillow. Special attention called lo our latest slyle ol IKE MAI 1 KC.BBE.Si
the best and cheapest ever brought to this country. Fine Lounge and Sola
beds, at San Francisco prices. Complete assortment of Baby
Carriages, Cribs, Cradles, and High (.'hairs.
tjs" Cornice Poles in Wood or Brass Trimmings,
We make a specialty of Laying Matting and
A. trial is solicited.
91 if) HELL, 525.
CHILDREN AND INFANTS'
Hats and Bonnets.
104 Fort Street
CHILDKKNS CAMBRIC HATS, nil coljrs. 60 cenU nd upwards; Lce-trunuied MULL
HATS, in delicate shade!, from $1 75 pwards.
CHILDKENS SILK HATS, POKES and BONNETS.
CHILDRENS LACK HATS and LEGHOKN FLATS
INFANTS' LACE BONNETS, Infants Muslin UONNETS fio" 50 cents and upwards
SUN BONNETS lo great variety at as cents aud upwards.
tr A bAHOK AMWOKTM V. NT OF
CHILDREN'S WHITE PRESSES, neatly made at (, 75 cents and upwards.
CHILDREN'S Silk and Cashmere COATS and WRAPS Infants Complete outfii.
N 0 TT.
95 - 97 KING STREET.
1 Y 1 I
Furniture and Maltresaef Repaired by FiritCtasi W orkmen,
Cabinet Making in all its Branches
Lowest Prices Prevail,
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson lllock, Motel Street.
TELEPHONES MUTUAL 645.
- - Honolulu.
Life Assurance Society
Oilers Insurance on all
Ordinary Life I'lan,
Semi Tontine Plan,
Free Tontine Plan,
Indemnity Bond Plan (Coupon Bond
at maturity, if desired),
Endowment B(,nd Plan (5guaranteed)
It will cost you nothing to call at tl e offli e of the undersigned, and
make further inquiries. Should you conclude to insure, it will he money "
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright,
Managers for the Hawaiian lllandaEQUITABLK Life Assurance Society of U.S.
Lemonade Works Co.,
Lemonade, Soda Water,
Ginger Ale, Hop Ale,
A Trial Order Solicited
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and
Goods delivered to any pari of the city free of charge.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Post Office Box No. us- Telephone No. 92.
PETER HIGH, -
On Alakea and Richards near
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames Etc.
TURNED AND BAWED WORK.
Prompt atteqtion to all orders
KiT Mutual 55 Bell 498.
the Popular Plans, viz.:
TorHini Instalment Flan (Nkw, Ciuaf
joint Lib Kisks,
Term Insurance, etc., etc etc.
Honolulu, H. I.
Etc., Etc., Etc
- - Proprietor.
Queen Street, Honolulu, H.I.