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THE HAWAIIAN STAR.
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HONOLUH HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER
i9j
SIX PAUES.
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OFFICIAL DIRECTOIO
' " isHAI, iO KKNMKM OK Til K
M I W Aft AN lMl.M)v
Kim utiv nhimiu
H 'iU I'lfHiil.-nl of iv lritviinul RtV
Mniiriii of I 1 1 jt v n i lit r i Iwlimrtft, MMl
MhiiHii r id t-nrrlKTi Affair.
I, . killtf, M ihi-tfl' nl itW lfl4l"llM,
N, M. liniiMiii, Minister Of Kfiutnr.
V. 0. Smith. Attui ncy-iientTHl.
nvismtv COtttrott.
K. M. Mfttoti. Vlce-Irn1ilent of the ProviH
ooavl Government f Un Hawaiian l Miami.
OMlI I'-rnwn.
John Nott
i'. w. Mc ( Ihennni
Ihiuhm Morgan
1 il. Hnlit,
.1. 1'. Mmirtunra.
K. I. 'I eim .
( I. BdMb,
V. K. Allen,
Henry Waterhnime.
A . Yonnff
V. ( . WUdn.
.Ifihti Ktmnelutli.
t T. Rogers, "i-rreiarj Kxtcntlvt- and Ad
visory ('niiiicilM.
sri'UKMK OotntT.
MOO. A. T. Jnilil, liinf .liiHtiCf.
Hon. R. K. Kirkriton, Klrwt Ahwk iate .hiHtlce.
Hon. Wi K. Kitar, BooOBd AMOOteto sTMttOB
Henry -mith. Chief t'lerk.
Kred Wiiinlrnhim:. ih-pnty Clerk.
Uoorgc Uncna, Benowd DoptitT Olerk.
J, Vnlter JctMB, StenuKrapher
CiiM TIT JtTDGWV.
l-'irst circuit : II. B. Cooiwr. W. A. Whiting,
OhI.u.
Se -mill Circuit : a. N. Kepoikai.
Third and Knurl li Circiiltn : S. U AiiBtln.
Fifth Clrcuil : .1. Hardy.
bftlCM and Court -room In fiovernment
RttUdittff, Kln Sreet. Mttlng In Honolulu:
Klrst Mnndfty In Kchruary, May. AiirurI and
Novomber
hisTitUT Co(Tnr.
POltOi BtttOfi BoUdlnv, Merchant Street.
a. M. Hobertpon, Magi strata.
.Ijiiiics Thompson, Clerk.
I KI'A HTM T.NT OF FnHKKlN AFKAIHH.
Offloe in Uoverninent Bulldltlf King Street.
Ill- Bxceltottc Manford R. Dole, Minister of
Foreign Affairs
(fbo. ('. Polli r, Chief Clerk.
w. ttorw b Wrlffbt,B(t stiles. Clerks.
Dfcl'AKTMKNT OF TIIK INTKIUOII.
tiff) re In Government Building, King street.
Ufa RxreDenoy J. A. King, Minister of the
Interior,
chief cicrk. .Win A. Haudnger.
VmlftULDt Olerkh, .lames II. IJuyd, M. K.
Keohokaltdt. .lanieH Aholo, Stephen Maha
ulo, Heorge '. Roe, JCdward s. Boyd.
I MIFFS
OF
PURKAtTB, Dki'AHTMFNT
I NTFUIOH.
OF
Snrve or-(ieneral, W. 0. Alexander.
Supt, Pttblto Works, W. K. Howell,
ftlipt, Wider Vink, Andrew Ilmwn.
Inepector F.iectric bights Joan OateMiv
Regtll Par of Conveyances. T. ;. Thrum.
Boed Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H. Cum
Mings Chief Kngineer Fire Dept.. J. H. Hunt.
Supt. Inaane Asylum. Dr. A.McWayne.
Offloai Oovemment Building, Kinst.
BU REAH of AfiiMrn.Tl'RR.
President ex-olHcto His Excallenoy
KtltfC, Minister of the Interior.
Members: w. ;. Irwin. A. Jaeger, a
.T. A
Her
heel and .John Kna.
Commissioner of Agriculture and ex officio
Secretary of the Hoard: Joseph Marsden.
I I'I'AKTMKM' OF FlNANCK.
Minister of Finance. Hi- Kxcelleney S. M.
I 'union.
AudiloiMieiieral, OeOTgS B. Ross.
Regtstrarof Accounts, Geo. K. Smithies.
I llerk of Finance DlTice,Carl Widemann.
( 'o lector-! ictierul of ( 'ustoms, J, H. Castle.
' Tax Assessor, ( ahu, Jonathan Shaw.
Deputy Asseesofi W. c. Weedon.
a'ostmaster-tieneral, J. M Cut.
Customs Ht'UKAl'.
0 HW, Custom House, Esplanade, Fort St.
Collector-General. J. B. Castle.
l)eput-C)lloctor, F. It. MeSlockor.
HarbiW ilHst-r, Captain A. Fuller.
Fort Wurvaypr, M, N. Banders.
Storekeeper, Heo. Sti atemeyer.
DKIMItTMKNI OF AriOHNF.V-tiF.NF.ltAU
OAoa in (iovernmeiil HoihlitiK, King St.
Altornej -tieneral, W. (). Smith.
Depot Atlorne-tieueral, ti. K. Wilder.
Clerk, J. M. Keu.
Marshal. K. (j. Hitehcouk.
Deputy Marshal, Arthur M. Brown.
Jailor Ouhu Prison, James Low.
Prison Physician, Dr. C. B. Cooper.
HoAHIi OF I MM UiK VI ION.
1 fHce, Department of Intrio', (government
Building, King Street,
president, His Bxoellenoy, J. a. Kiug.
Memhers of the Hoard of luttnlration: Hon.
J. H. Atherton, Jas. R. Castle, Hon. A. S.
CleKhorn, Jamen (i. SjMmcer, Mark I.
Bntrlnim.
Secretary, Wray Taylor.
Ho a it n of Hkai.th.
Office in geounda of Uovermnenl Hullding,
corner of Mililani and tueen Streets,
Mi ii.Im-i - Dr. Day, Dr. Miner, Dr. Andrews,
T. F. Dansinn, J. T. Waterhouse, Jr., John
Kna, and Attorney-tieneral Smith.
President, Him. W. ). Smitlt.
gooretary, t gas, WUooxt
BgaavUve ng0Sr. 0. B. Reynolds.
Atfeut Hoard of Health, J. D. McVeluh
Inspeotor and Manage' of Herbage Service,
I U l.a Pierre.
insccfor, c w. t '. Joaaa
Hurt I'll sielun, Dr. Andrews.
Dispensary, Dr. H. Mctirew.
Ueper latUeeaoai, Dr.H K.ulivr.
HtAHD of Kin cation.
Cthce, tiovernment BuildmK. King Htreev.
1'resident. Hou.C. R. Hishop.
Socretar. V. James Smith,
1 HHpector of hnaOOll, A. T. At kihrtoi'.
HOAHU of ( mown Dam ommikkionkhs.
A. Kilo,'. Miuisler of the Interior; W. O.
smiih, A tlnrasy iiaaaral ejsl c. p. laukea.
UftkSJ iu Judiciar Hullding.
Tons &Tons & Tons of
NEW GOODS
have been pouring into our
Store and Warehouses the pas
lew weeks Kx. harks "Paul Isen
bfTff" and "J, ('. Pfluscr" Iroin
Europe, and the dillerent steam
ers and Muting vessels Ironi SiUl I
l-'rancisco. Our stocks of heavy
goods, Mich as Black and Gal-
vanized Chain, Galvanized Sheet
Iron, Sheet Zinc, Pig Lead,
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe. Lump
Chalk. Shot, Bar Iron. Ktc., baa
never been so large and com
plete as it is to-da . Fence
Wire Our stock on 4-5-6 black 1
and 4-5-6-9-.12 galvanized is
very large, and we claim it is Rl
tine a lot ot wire as ever came j
to the country. However, we
don't ask you to take our word
fo it if you don't wish to, just
come in and we will let you cut
a piece off of an)- coil and put it
in our big vise upstairs and vou
can twist it, bend it, tie knots in
it, and test it to your heart'-s
content, and after you have done
this and asked the price of it,
you will be pretty sure to buy
some.
Galvanized Buckets and Tubs,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Bail
Blueing, Crown Soft Soap, Fine
Clay and Da- & Martin's Shoe-
Blacking we have plenty of
now, and our stock of Galvanized
Flexible Steel and Iron Wire
Rope is complete from y to 4
inches. Hubbuck Boiled and
Raw Linseed and Castor Oil,
White Lead and Zinc, Red Lead
and Oxide, Colza Oil and Stock
holm Tar. all came by the "lsen
bcrg" iu line order and are
offered at low prices. Now is
the time to have your Coffin
trimmed; the hundred sets of
"Coffin Furniture" just received
are going of! like "hot cakes."
The new "Pumping Plai
works well and you can get all
the water vou want, so you
want one of our new Lawn
Sprinklers. It is the best
Sprinkler ever sold here, no
parts to wear out, as it does not
revolve, and is good for either
light or heavy pressure tf
water.
Electrical Goods. Our
stock is more complete than
ever, and we have five men hard
at work wiring houses for Elec
tric Lights. We can furnish
won the fixtures, shades and
lamps in any style, and il we
wire your house you can feel I
sure it is done according to the
latest Underwriters' rules.
Game is said to be plenty, j
We have the right kind of
Schultze, Wood, or Black Pow
der Cartridges to get bip bags
with.
E. 0. Hall & Son,
Limited,
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
W. W. AHANA,
Merchant Tailor.
No. .1 :;i Niiuhiiii St., lloiiiiliilii.
Fine .'--mi from (14 up. Linen ami Crepe
stiita, (li.W up.
ALL SUITS QUAKANTKED TO FIT
AND IN THE LATEST STYLE
Clothes Cleaned ash Hepaihkd.
Mutual Telephone No. 0IMI. P. O. Box 144.
19U-Sm
Hard Times Mean Close Prices to
If you are iu neeil of auy New or
Second-Hand Fl'KNITl'KK, Kt'OS,
tTOVEB, SEWINC. MACHINKS, Etc.,
rail at the
X X, L
FURNITURE & COMMISSION HOUSE,
Ceaear Nuuanu unit Kiiik fttreMS.
iK-tl
. . CA8TLK,
ATTOSSBY AT l..w
BflkM, DMtmlsM Mir.
.1. ALFRED MAGOON.
ATToRNKV nml Col NSKLoK Ti VH
Otttiw, 4'.' MiTi'liniil Htn-t.
II In In. II I
J. M. MONSARRAT.
AIToliNKV Al' LAW AM) NOTARY
ITHl.tC
GwtWrifhl Block, Ifanjhant St., Honolulu.
F. M. WAKEFIELD.
attohnf.v mm) OOUIMBIiOH 4T LAW,
TKMnmAIIV OKI U I
Wit), c. W. AKlifnril. Mi ri lmnl St..
Ilun. .lulu, U. I.
i, PHILLIPS co.
Wholesale IniMrters and Jol)lrs of
AMERICAN & EUROPEAN DRY GOODS,
Corner Fort ami Quran sis , Honolulu.
S7tf
C. 15. RfPLEY,
Architect.
Ofnm New 8fa Dspoiit BbIMIrk,
' .
riiins, KpeotflcatioM un.l Bgnerlntendeaee
Kiven for ever) deecrtnt-lon of Building.
ma 1111 1 iii 1 uv ncceeernii) remoueieo anil
enlamd.
DeaurtlB for Inti-rior lii-corations.
Maps or Meohnnicnl Drewln , Tracing ami
Illuiuirintiiu;.
;- lirawiniis for Hook- or Nrwspaier lllus- '
trut inn.
M. II. LOHEIDE,
SIGN ami ORNAMENTAt PAINTER
BKLL TKLKPHONK 1ST,
All (nlcrs Promptly Attended to.
-'tr
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERS
lis Fort Street.
Hoth Telephones 22. P. (). Box 470
Thos. G.Thrum's
UPTOWN BOOKSTORE"
Preeenu un vmy of HOLIDAY
ATTRACTIONS in NEW and SEAS
ONABLE PRESENTATION BOOKS,
in Am, POBTBT, TKAVBX and BlLUM
Lktthk.
ALBUMS, all Sizes. Stylos and
Biudingt,
BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS mid
II VMNALS The rinest ussorttnent of
CHRISTMAS and NHW YEAR
CARDS The choice of several leading
Art Publishers' offerlQKH, at prices
lower even than former acknowledged
bargains.
REMEMBER! Not n hint years card
or design in the Book, Celluloid and
other Art Novelties.
CALENDARS for 181M and BOOK
LETS that are geniK of the printers
an.
Finest LEATHER, SILVER FILA
GREE and CELLULOID Articles for
Beadoir, Library, Parlor or Office in
INKSTANDS. PAPER WEIGHTS,
FOLDERS PORTFOLIOS. DESK
PADS. CARD CASES. WALLETS.
PURSES, MUSIC ROLLS. Etc.
TOILET SETS. HORN (IOODS.
NUT PICK SETS.
A new line of Austrian Vases in Ola
and Porcelain'.
French Brisipie Figure Pieces and
Brie a Brae, Work-Boxes, Work-Bugs,
Reticules, and Baskets.
BASKKTS THAT ARK BAS
KETS.
Novel and attractive in styles and j
variety, (.Wnic the bttt littxkel-l
Milking trihe of Americiui ItftttfCHU)
(MB a Bon Bon si.e to a Hamper; said
to lie the iirst lot exported by their
Agent Mi st tM Sees to he ATPRS-
C1ATEU.
PARLOR and OUTDOOR GAMES
for Old and Young, and TOYS in
abundance and variety fur all the good
little Girls and Boys from now till
Christmas.
The array of DOLUS exceeds that of
any previous season nut only in iiinn
tity but also in ipiality, variety and
price.
In the line of DOLLS' SUNDRIES
we are also iii. no complete I ban ever:
to nil of which bMMOtion is invited.
TOY BOOKS in variety for all
grades.
All iinlrrii ronill) ini
lit, nml tfourih Tor fcliiiii-iil
Itai'ki'il null cart'.
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS.
M. S. Gill NBA UK iV (I.
uuy.it,
HONOI I 1,1 . H I
'oiiimiMMinh Min hmilrt hum niportfr
1 if (Ion t ml Jli'ii'hjHiil i-i-
Sun PrnnrlMw Ofltoe, ltd KnmtXt.
V. A. 8CHAFER & CO.
IMCORTIWn ,M -OM MISSION
MKKl MANTIS.
Hnmti.i'i.r, IIahaikh InI.au im
II. W. SCHMIDT i SONS.
IMPORTERS AN I) commission
MKRCHAMtl.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
P. n. Boa 2I7. Telephone -In
LEWIS A 00.
IMI'OKTKRS.
Navnl BttpBltea, WhelMB)ej ami Rptail
Denlera in ( Inicerips. Provisions, rl''.
Ill Kurt si.. Honolulu. II. I.
CHR. HERSKIND & J, McMEEKIN.
PIANO TUNE Its AND TEACHERS.
Panhaliow RoMa, BentMl BUeet
jvmu.uhI IWaeAoM m.
Usaonii given on Planu for Bi'iilniHTu and
PrnoUenl Player.
uninoruiTs i tiruinp'iy Kin'iuiea 10.
171 IHI
II K9. I . PETEKftON,
TYPFWRITER, CONVEYANCER AND
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Ofltoe oer Bithop Bank.
1
HOI1T. J.KWRKs.
C. M. ( OKR.
ft J. II'WKPV
LEWERS & COOKE,
Lumber, Builders' Hakdwakk,
DOORS, 8ASH, Isr.lNDS,
PAINTS, oil s, 01, ass,
WALL PAPER, MATTING,
cORR COATED IRON
LIME, i EMENT, ETC.
MUSIC! MUSIC!
CHOICE MUSIC. -
A line .lock of l Ik iii's i
Violin, 4iiiiilar, llanjo
anal Mandolin MlrintfM,
S-lc-l Piano Mini
MiimU- and NnpitlicK
.IiinI Id i t it i il al
SCHARF'S
Cor. FORT A HOTEL STS-
Orders for all Instruments
promptly attended to.
Musical Instruments of all
kinds Neatly Repaired.
Bell anil Mutual Telephone No. 34.
SUB-lw
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers,
HONOLULU, H. I.
A FULL LINE
GROCERIES
Always on Hand.
FRESH GOODS
Per Kverv Steamer anil Sail.
SPECIALTIES:
Cheese, Lard, Hams,
Butter, Codfish, Milk, Onions,
Crackers, Potato, Salmon,
Maearoni, Corn Meal.
Pickled Skipjack, Alvicore,
Herrings,
floor, Grain and lieans.
AMD ALL KiM's OP
Leather and Nails
FOR SHOEMAKERS.
Pacific Mail S. i Co.
AND 'P 1 1 IC
Occidental ;; Oriental S, S.Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG,
Mmhiwii ,,1 Un- ftbove eumonnlee will rail
at Honolulu on llirlr uai lo I In- iiIm.vi Nirt
on or iiImiiii tin. CiillonliiK lialei,:
Stmr "( NINA
Sinn "OCRARIC".
Stmr "CHINA" .
sum "OCEANIC".
Stmr CHINA".
Nov. T,. IBM)
Dm MN
fab, 5, kflM
.MsrehO, IBM
April 16, ISM
For SAN FRANIISCO.
BMMMPA of tin alMivr I'linipanirs will DnH
al Honolulu on tlirir way frimi rTimghem nml
Yokohama to tin- alaiv,- Mirt on or almnt th
follon iiiK dates :
Stmr "OCEANIC . Dec- 4.
Sttnr - ( 'ITV OK PEKING".
Jan. I. IH114
Stmr -i K T.AN'K
Stmr "CHINA"
Stmr "OAELIC
Feb. IS, ih4
Man h 2. H4
Mat 14. IH114
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS!
TO VOKO- TO BONOr
II AM A KOMI
fiantn fm OD i7.-i 00
fabin. round trip
moat lis asr, un aiU w
Cahln, runnel trip 3
months at; Hi tU i",
European Steerage s.i un 11m 1111
, ,, ,,.
irr Fbt l rt;li( .mil PMMge Apply In
H. HACKFELD fc CO.,
M-tf Ageata.
Canadian Australian!
Steamship Line
TIME TABLE.
For Vancouver, B. C.
From Sydney & Brisbane.
Airin flunnltilti.
. .Auk. 81, ioa
Oct. -., 1893
. .. Nov. 1. 1H1I3
Dec. 2,1893
Jan. 1. 18M
s. s. "WARR1MOO"
S. M. -MIOWEHA" .
S. S. "WARRIMOO"
S. S. 'AUAVVA". .
S. S. -VAKKIM(r
And Monthly Thereafter.
For Sydney and Brisbane.
From Vancouver, 13. C.
Aniir Honolulu.
S. s. "MIOWERA". Oct. 21. I8:i
S. H. "WAHHIMOO" Nov. 21. 1893
S. 8. "AHAW A" Dec. 81, 1H93
8. 8. "WARRfMOO" Jan. 21, 1894
i
And Monthly Thereafter.
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES
to Vancouver, H. ('. , are the same as to Kan
iK; ("1
Through Tickets
toall ,K,iUi in (Wila ,.,- the JOtM HUt
Jtf ' Kor Fri'ibtor Pussrte, apply U
THEO. H. DAVIES ft CO.,
ATLAS
ASSURANCE COMPANY,
capital, - - $ 6,000,000
Assets,
$9,000,000
HhyIiik bet'ii lipiMiinttMl ay tins uf (he uluvt
('omiiHiiy irt an- now reaily to tTct Innur-'
anrtiH at the lnwtHt rait s "I prUBlWM.
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS. I
HYMAN BROS.
InyOrtMV 'f ""I Wholertale Pfali-rs in
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, 8HOJCS,
CLOTHING, NOTIONS and
FANCY GOODS
08 Queen 8treet, Honolulu.
.'U him -i . Pmnoikco, 'al.
BISHOP & CO..
1 1 1 1 .1 , l. . I hi l"
BANKERS.
iliiNni.i'i.i . Hawaiian ii wo
rn; V BXCH VNOK UN
Ui BANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCESCO.
AM) TIIK1H AdKSTM IN
New York, Chicago, Boston, Paris
MESSRS, N, M. ROlHnHiLD A SONS, IflNOON,
I'KANM'i IRT 1 IN I III. M AC
I'lii Union National haul. i binnjri)
'I'Iih 1 'ouiniiTi-ial liauliinh! Oo ol Nyitne)
'I'lii' riniiiiiproial iiaukin 1'" ol .sin.
Myiini'V. Tin Hank of Now Benin nil, '
Aui'klamt. ami its bTMOhM iu Ohrlel
ekBrob, Dttnedln ami VTeOlngtoti
The Hank ot itrjtisli '011111111111. Portland, Ir,
The Azores ami Mmlnira Islamls
Stockholm, Sweden,
The Chwtered Hunk of mttft, kushnUlnnnd
Uhinn.
IlolilfkoliB. N k , , 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 .-1 . ,1a, mil Ami trans
art a lii'inral Hankinu BnriBMR
CATTLE ft COOKE.
LIFE AND Flt
Insurance Agents.
.AllKNTS loll
Mm BMOLAjm Ml TI 1 1.
Life Insurance Co.
"K liusT,,N
Fire Insurance,
Alliance Assurance Co
i IF LONDON.
.ETNA INSURANCE CO.
OK haetforI), con.
INSURE
German-American
Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets 15,879,9
MM no
I net Surplus
. .'.-.,.Vi.::m!i IK)
When Kati-s are Equal, Oel bha BEST
HEC'JKITY
WILDER A o..
Agents.
THE MUTUAL
Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets Dec. 31, 1892, $115.084.1,16.61
R()S1,
I Genera! Agent, Hawaiian Islands.
83-2-tf
Hawaiian Wine Co.
frank kkown, m.
fl Mer(.lmlll Sl.. II II. 1
LIME AND CEMENT
KOK SAI.U AT
J. T. WATERHOUSL'S
Queen Street Stores.
The Central Market.
Alwyk have n liand thoKc Uctl, Mutton, Veal
and Poultry. WY lliakt- S.iusutfr a Spttuliy,
(live uh a trial and lr tonviiuei. Wc liave the
bent. Our Crncd Beef is the very !.
NVestbrook iV Oares,
rruijnef'm.
lhiii TwtihciMl '"4. M
JAS. F. MORGAN.
No. 45 Queen Street.
Auctioneer and Stock Broker,
.spei ini tttMUon 1U III lllf
handHag (
Real Estate' Stocks, Bonds.
i Hi 1:11 in 1: 1 11 1 1 11 is
Il
Uhm
till'
101,, iii. atitrm ot r
,Ol
lo
I ivli'il Ion
ilio moit IwpnrtAnl AmsutnuM
hM
ilni 1
llio
in .
I In-
s eretari -
ItlNirUM AHftjlMM e IftiftMafM M -v elih .ife
-1 1 ' -1 1 M weie in hi liitlieiln in.'i.le hj .i
Seeret.iii nl Sliile aajalMI OM 'i1 mil
fttlulatere, mill lila eummMii itoti ih
Sei renin Kimlel III a d iplotMtii way Ol
anying Um Mr. I'nUer lold un imtrvlli.
Iieilillse lie lelieil lln.i I i l-e 1 1 , , n,
lillli li Slenie. Se. i.Iiii ' , I e"rilli i
refei elli e In I lie I est in 'iitiofl , f Vlleeli
Lllinolndanl iiuniii Ksaihli wai The
i 'i . ii r-i. kmI Qototoomiii ''in maintain
ItaMf if e ill, not lllteifple W'liai
liftllt liaxe vie Ii, -,.i lll.il Hie rei iillltion
n ill III lint Imvr lieell sin ressflll if mil'
troopa nnd mH Imniu landed, We emmet
i -1 itabllah i lie oondfUoM h i bnv were,
i hu i - i iin-hi rantorc Uw V'iwi, Imi
mir IraoM OOUld not restnre tile revolu-
li'inm v reeling, (he bvnlbeiM oeaditioM, .
the Cnolnet oraiia and all oibm aleraenta
w Ineli led hi Hie eatnliliabtna nt llie new
UoTemment, Hoteumr, by intefferinK
In resti.re llie IllnliHI'i III . Me w ill lie re
tattling (dethaatioti, unci are ndgbl !
Iiinerl In slieil Att) iU liln.nl In
'until Xrirx.
Mr. Ufaabant ilin w- the arhole oun
irovenj Into gMatai confaalnti loan
ier by virtimllv taking the atand thai
il la t'la duly of mir I , i ei nuieiii tore
-lure Ulitiokataill In llie ihrulie. I'll i-
is u moal RXtfaordlnat3 propoaltioa,
ami om tluii eannot for n moment be
nlertiiineil. even if our authority ;i
ahirnid bi Minister Steven a. To do ao
wi- would have to resort to foree to sei
up an aeluallv deposed Veen, who hy
hat perverse and despot ir rmnse had
K'ien rise to Hie revolution from wlueh
the Ptiiv isional Bovernment prang.
lint how are we to undo this ui 1 of mir
own UovernOMMtt? We have rui.-
niaed ii as ihe ai-niai Ooratntneol of-
Hawaii, and wo have reeeived and ree
OgnJMd ita envoys to WaahingUMI a
the legitimate repf eaentati vea of thai
tiovernment lo our own. These are
.lets whieh we eannot ignore, and
which eannot he taken bank. We
would rather leave the Islands to work
mil their own atlvation in their own
way than see our Government commit
in m l of Hueh agregtooj sttiltitieation.
and we nIiouIiI protest with till our
might aaalhal the United states under
I the QufSotli task oi antting up depoaed
i and repudiated ttllntlM tipnn their for-
Ifeited thrones. Lo AnoWta Hi mill.
1 '
I lined States Minister Stevens did
; w hat any patriotic and resolute repre
aentatl ve of the tTnitad state oupht to
j do, landed American mattoM "for the
piulei lion of I he I Fnlted StatM legation
and the I'nited Slates em.-ulate. and to
, seeure I he safety of American life and
property." Whatevei might have heeii
his synipal hies, he eould have imie no
further, and should have dime no less.
'American forcea could not have taken
i side in the iusuri ei'tioti. and would not
have one further than the carrying out
of their mdi rs a- previously iiiveli.
This is record, as taken from ihe report
nt Mr. Klount ami S, retai l 1 1 r, 'sham's
letter to the President. Upon this ahow
I inn of laei Mr. Ola reland is going to do
an aei unprecedented in diplomacy, lit
is Koinn in destroy a provisional govern,
i men! which has maintained itself For
morn than a year, and to wbieh la- has
sent a regularly accredited afinlater of
the I'nited Slates I Miverumeiit. ,s',,i-1,-itm
Hrriiii:
- -
1 1 is the de fin-In and dehm Qovern
ni of ihe islands, it is recognised
, all Ihe world. No native lon e will
ever overturn it. No foreign force oan,
unless by the wanton usurpation of
President Cleveland. The aide and
courageous men making up this Govern
on nl have only In re 111.-, la yield In Ihe
reckteaa readiness of Praaldenl Cleves
laud to make war In deflanoe of both
law and riht on a peaceful and Hide
pendent country to bring to naught this
attempt to deprive the Vmer loans livini
in Honolulu Of the privilege ol sell
govassment, aslfprtteotlon, and self.
Control, They have only In .'land their
ground al all basardc until ll raal
voiee of the Auieriean peopie reitiires a
reveisal of the infamous policy whioh
propose to restore a ipieen liy Auieriean
ba oneta. PliUadelph in Pt$b,
Wabmivotox, Nov. IS. Party Unas
are almost obliterated iii the general
chord of indignation that has greeted
the publication of Secretary Oreaham'i
letter, Willi u few conspicuous ex
ceptions, l leinocratH as arell as Repub
licans denounce ihe policy of the Ad
ministration, at outlined in the letter of
the Secretary of state. At iirst the an
nouncement was received with a Hasp of
astonlahmenl and expresntona of incre'
dullty. Bosfoti Daily Advertiser.
f
e do not Ki t 'iii ot an American pi"
tec to rata in setabliahtug tin-old ordei ..i
things in Hawaii. Having intervened
to put Llliuokalanl back on her throne
ami in maintain tin- sugar monopoly
and the system of i lie labor h.v which
it is made profitable, we oonuiinecair
responsibtlltj without the satisfaction
I of knowing that we have contributed
I to the moral or material advantage of
i the Hawaiian people. Fhiladefyhia
rmil.
President I 'level. mil did his hi st to
help his party in the laic election contest.-.
He kept the people from getting
a peep at that Hawaiian report ot Mr.
Gresham's until the ballots were all In.
This prevented it from being a unantm
oils thinn in Ohio. A. Y. Republic,
mm
This report is a humiliation to tbe
Ami .loan people, and a rebuke lo those
aspiring resident of Hawaii who hine
done more for the advancement of the
Hawaiian Islands than all the kinsHiid
: oueelis t hat ever ruled there. tlftsogO
hnilu lliti'l'-Ofrltll .
i a
Washington. Nov. 19. There seems
to In- it renmrknhle Unanimity ataOUg
hoth Republican and Democrats In eon
damning the action ol the Administra
tion with reference to affair in the Ha
waiian Islands. Baltimore San
.
Not even tin- President nor the Becre
t o nt State ventured to iiiestion the
i md ol i apt. Wiltse w Idle he was aliv e.
ami iio- nwj in count far the long data)
In making known the Intentions of the
i Administration llnlliim.n I SUI frtHH .
It's a pretty state of tbiuga, Indeed,
ii In n a repuhlii sets a rotten monalchi
limits feet agaua, lis sickening in
I fassVas hny.
Sii ielary UresliHiii has taken a er.
long lime lo reach a arroag oooclueion
in the caae ol Hawaii Sitnugfielil
I it inn

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