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IMCKSDAY, DECEMBER 1898,
HOW CONGRESS WILL ACT
The rrncatiou of what the United
Mates intends to do with the Ha
waiian issue has been taken out of
V.ie buTTglmg and dictatorial bands come to an end Meantime there
ol Giover Cleveland and will sooner j can be no appreciation of values,
or later lie passed upon by Congress. : ,, increase in the per capita eircn
That nothing w ill be done by that llation, no easing of public burdens,
body to the disadvantage of the The effect of such a state of things
Provisional Government, is a belief upon the popular Congressional
uhich we share with the great bod) vote is easy to predict on a basis of
Of the American press, and is one historic past experience. What
which rests upon a iusl estimate ! else can it be but the return oi the
the situation. Republican majority in Congress
The Senate as it stands, and to next year, to say nothing of I'resi
far as it has announced itself, is dentin! likelihoods later,
opiiosed to the Cleveland policy of 'phis leads up to the topic of this
interference. To the thirty-nine article the Prospects of Annexa
Kepuhlieans of that assembly, all of tioti. With a fair Republican
whom are in sympathy with the majority in Congress a joint resolu
P revision al Government, we are tion could be passed annexing the
able to add Senators Peffer and group. If such a majority should
Kyle of the Populists and Senators be as large as the last elections in
Hill, Morgan, Faulkner and Cam-1 the States would warrant us in look
tleu of the Democrats. The latter ing tor, then Congress could pass
has lately announced himself in the any reasonable annexation meas
VcuVork Sun as being in lavor of ure ,)VL.r the executive veto. With
..Trthe Provisional Government a Republican President in the
alone. This re-inforcement gives White House the sailing would be
our friends ju tlie upper house a 1 plain.
registered majority of two, assum- 1 This, on the whole is a cheerful
ing that all the other Democrats and reasonable outlook and one
arid Populists, exclusive of the that the Government can afford to
Vice-President, houhl vote for an wait upon patiently,
act of w.ir against this friendly aaasss
State. Of course Mich an assump- ; " HARK FROM THE TOMBS. '
fan is absurd. The lame defense I Mr. Theophilus n. Daviea is
made for Cleveland in the Senate sad. The buoyant hopes upon
and the way in which the Hoar which he floated, "like little wan
resolution went through indicates ton boys who swim on bladders,"
that the fate of any measure such as are now sunk in a sea of troubles.
Gresliam and Cleveland have in I "No gloomier Christmas surely,"
turn proposed would be an almost says the Guardian in a lachrymose
A.s to the course of the lower on this land. Where we stand to
House we also feel safe in advance, day I do not know and what is
Led by Judge Holraan of Indiana, ahead of us I cannot see." link ed.
' tf?e ambitious Democrats will see but this is melancholy of the green
. to It- that their chances of re-.and yellow kind a melancholy
election are not slaughtered by their j which sits in sackcloth on a tnonu-
own votes. No one knows better I ment and refuses to smile at grief :
than they where the people, es a melancholy that leaves mould 011
pecially the Democratic people, fair hopes and weighs like lead up
'taml.ou the question of monarchy, on the spirit of a sweet ambition.
They will not put themselves in j Christmas did not seem a gloomy
the attitude, with elections less than one to the Annexationists. Neither
a year ahead, of opposing the wish j did it to the business men who had
and will of the common voter. If such a lucrative trade. W e even
Mr. Cleveland wants to. well and jsurmise that T. II. Daviea .S: Co.,
good; he has no political tut ure. were not entirely left out in the
But as for them they are the ones cold with their fine holiday Stock,
to suffer at the polls if they join ( The natives felt well and made the
hands with him in any monarchical 'day ring with mirth and the night
or 1111-American procedure. There with revelry. Our Portuguese
will be no legislation inimical to US friends illuminated the Punchbowl
in the House of Representatives ! j quarter and the Chinese fired squibs
One can frame 110 safer prophecy and bombs. Even tin half caste
than that. : Royalists and many of the white
Of course, as a means ol letting , ones were out driving and dining
Cleveland down easy, Congress ! and their street appearance was in
may appoint a junketing comiuis- accord with the spirit of Christmas-
sion to come here next summer to 1 tide. Nobody seems to have been
uake ii report to the next session 1 gloomy but Daviea and the ex
I'heu the report shall have been ! Queen and the little band of implac
Wpeived it will go to some commit . able restorationists who now find
tee, and be quietly pigeon-holed; that the best laid plans of mice and
and that is the last we shall ever men aft gang aglee.
hear of it. Neither Mr. Cleveland ! Yes, Davies himself had a right
nor jW party friends will be likely I to be gloomy. So many thing--t0
call it up for action and stir the were going to be in that Christmas
embers of public hostility by a fresh 'stocking of his which Santa Clans
endeavor to assist a depraved 111011- did not bring or which did not come
arch at the expense of American up to expectations. No restoration
civilization. and no prospect of it; no Queen
" " " K.uiilani by and by and no Princi
PROSPECTS OF ANNEXATION. . , . ... . .
; Consort lor the boy; no lintish 111-
It may be set down as an axiom fluence in the palace; no presents
that, when times are hard in the tion to Queen Victoria, There was
United States the party in power the record of Cleveland's action,
loses Congress. In the fifties when but what did it amount to5 Cln n
the national finances went to pieces mistrum, what a Christmas it was!
under Pierce and Buchanan, the' Mr i)avies continues;
Republicans gained the legislative1 I(-we imagine the ven beat that
branch of the Government. In any of the adherents of the Provi
'turn thev lost it to the Democrats sioual Government can hojie for
between 1K7 and 1S77
and 18--. I'nder
Cleveland 1 reeling nt" business tin
eaamess. nvic to tiic- tureat 01 iree
trade, was shown in a divided eon
trol 'jt Congress, and under liar
4a.ti .a ..L.rfil.. strim.iii-v III til,
. r. ...
-money market turned the Republi-
can House ot Tom Reed into the
Deuiocratn Hons, oi Carlisle
Now, dm in,' tin- adminiatration of
Cleveland, we hud au era ol hard
times the like ,.! which has not .
been known 11 Anu-iiea for OVW
fift'-ui years md me which has
already (in ow uihei '.isi 1 brought
a laHwodous ilitieal raactioa
N'otblug less than llu- prompt re
Uuu of proaperit) to the American
jK-ople is likeb to keep that u
action from K'iu howinn Itaeil
uest autumn when ltr C"injres
s'"na' P0 hu- putting a I
urea t Republican majority intol
kisum i' pOWtl
Is a rctiaiaaanci of business and
confldtnct, Invtattncnl and cntcf
Dri-.L- probable in w shon ol thnt !
Is the view of the Stan ii i-; not
even possible It imi i that bind
time- usually group themselves Into
periods ol' live or sis yeftfS, but
tliat President Cleveland, in bis
urgent ilemunds lor t:rifl" relorin it
tbe hands of tbe present Congress,
has milled to tbe general distrust
and uncertainty. No ntattei
whether tbe reform may lie good
lot bad in its commercial mid In
dustrial results, capital will keep
itself from outlay until it knows
exactly what tbe business tendency
of the new legislation is, Obviouslj
I money will stay in seclusion while
I tbe danger lasts or until Hie second
as well as the first session "I this
Democratic Congress shall have
letter to the Bulletin.
'ever fell Up-
sa' 111:11 1 resident Cleveland ana
(resliam Will swallow tile aluise
j that haa been heaped upon then
tll.lt tli.-v will condone lite hostile
threati which .have been made
againat the ami forcea "i tin
United Btataa! I that Conarreas will
vote to suatairj sir Stevens, audio
r,bllU. lh, ,, !; , traU,m i, there
a,,ythiUg in prosjiect that should
bring sleep to the restleaa Council-
1) c, indeed' The proapect
that the I 'nited Stales will yet in
i lttdi-these Islands in iheii broad
dominions! However, we can't
exjeit Mr i)ak-. t" appreciate
that great political blessing lb
imii t built thai a
Again Mr. .t ie- .i ,
lint il the nun Ml he "scd lo tins!
e.n Ii Qth will trust each OtaV I
icaii l am hopeiui thai good guv
eminent with peace and honor,
ma) ret be secured, t will be tool
late to hope for this, after the heat
and strife of political debate at
Washington have been imported
into the dispute, and there is not n
day to lose if we would attain such
a settlement as will make tbe com
ing yet) a brighter one lor all
The tin n who can ted the Janu
.h revolution through trust each
other fttlly Lei Mr. Davics rest
assured of that ' What is more
Ihey will continue the g iod Gov
eminent QOW in power with per
il, ips some structural changes for
the -..iki oi additional strength,
until annexation shall come as it
will come, when the Republicans
mi their places at Washington.
So much lt Daviea should regard
as settled, Do we need to advise
hint that w ith such conditions there
is no loom for compromise ?
gloomy Christmas? Oh no,
fat from it ! The country never has
sr. u a brighter one !
STAR would he the last to
oppose 11k freedom of the press.
Imi libert) to print, as well as to
do other things, is not synonymous
w ith license. Any iournal in Ha
waii which tries to incite an armed
uprising against the Government
noes farther than the Dress has anv
right to k ami should
with accordingly and by
. nil war precedents. The sedition
laws wcie made to fit such cases.
Unless il is proposed to enforce
them they should he expunged
from the statute book. There is
no province there for scare-crows.
SoMK time ago the Councils de
cided to make Royalist removals
and Minister Damon set the pace.
Since then little or nothing has
been done, though the field is white
for tin harvest. The Interior De- j
partment is full of the adherents
oi the amnesty refusing ex-Queen.
The Road Hoard continues to rep
resent the seditious llolomua. The
Postofficc contains at least two men
whose heads should fall. Tbe civil
service on the other Islands is
honeycombed with monarchism.
Turn the rascals out !
It is proper to acknowledge the
courtesy of the United Press, as
shown by its Victoria agent, Mr.
William Christie, and its local cor
respondent, in tlu privilege it gave
the STAR yesterday to print the full
text of the President's message.
The U. P. received the document
by wire on the day the Arawa left
and Mr. Christie was thoughtful
enough to scud it in manuscript to
Honolulu. The great demand here
for yesterday's Star, which printed
the message, shows that the service
Thb letter of ex-Prince Albert
ill the STAR of yesterday was read
with interest here and will noilonlit
excite comment in the I 'nited States,
where "the gospel, according to
Blount," denies that natives are for
annexation except when coerced.
then- will, 110
' sugar" chest.
YV11.1. mount's bank
keep f preckels' memory green?
M. sting ili be called on
Friday Evening, Dec. 29th
to organise the
liilcTiiatioiial Sctiiictzen Club.
l : o'eloek.
Ai tin Mull above the HerohMl's
Pur Order of Committee.
H. F. WICHMAN,
517 Fort Street.
an line' anything and
new and striking in
DULL TIMES DO
NOT SCARE US,
and thil year, more than ever lie-
tore, an- we eceeaMa' with an es.
tensive and oasohy line al .
. . Seasonable Coods.
Am. oik others we mlghl sseeaioa
Ilholee assortment "I BUUn I'll ' 1 I
iin irsnniai article umi no two
dial . ""HHtHf Waiii:, Kkai.
1 Hu -1.1 s, and shove nil a beautiful
llolll III. .mall. 1111 xielil e ill TTKM
i'i 111 to the hwp iikiihv Dm
Tin i'i,.. eg nnd PehNi
will ilense you, it hoth tire i-orrei't.
Semi Annual Competition
Belon Mr. Ward's Place, the "OW
I'laiitaMon." (eUtrSMS from Soul h si..
nosr old Roroaons Warehouse),
On MONDAY JAN, 1, 1894,
Oommenotan at H oVIook, a, at,
1.- Till'. BROOIR t i l'.
Cap presented by .1. Brodle, M. D,
Ueos Second Price ol W.80,
t londittonsof the tnstoh : Open to all
ttembers of the Association ; nip to be
come tin' property of tbe marksman
winning It three times m tbe regular.
. . . meenaBsoi cne u, 11. .. uwraiiioe. euu
he dealt y.,r)is: rounds HI: anv military rill.
American aadet the rules; limited to ooe entry to
vii.ai comietltor. Entrance toe if i.mi
Won Jan. l. I MM, byJ. 11. fislwr.
Won .lan l. 1891, by .1. W Pratt.
Von .ImI I, Ml, bjr 0, J. wall
Won Jan. 1. 1899, by II. W. Heck.
w,,n Mar. 17, 1898, by Frank Huitacc
Won .Inly I. 1898, by J. H. Fisher.
II. -DIRECTORS' PRIUK RIFLE,
To be selected by th,. winner. Valued
at also n Beoond Price of ."o.
Oonaltlons: Opentosll members of
the Association; to become the property
nt tlie marksman winning it three times
at the regular meetings of the H. H. A.
90 shots at 800 yards; any military rifle
Uttder the rules: limited t one entry for
each competitor. Entrance fee $1,00.
Won Mar. 17. IS'.ia. by J, II. l-'isher.
Won July I. 1898, by Walter E. Wall.
111. II. It. A. BECOND CLASS 81L
Also b Beoond Prise of $'.'.'
t londil ions : ' Ipen to membera of the
Assoeiaiion who have Dover made a re
cord ,,f ?.-, per cent, in atn Of the H, It.
A'h. regular 900 yard matches. I listenoe,
200 yards; rounds 10; any military rifle
under 1 he rules; entries unlimited. En
trance fee $1.00,
IV. H. H A. TROPHY.
Valued at $100; also a Beoond Prise of
$9.80. Competitors limited to members
Of the Association,
Condltlons : l or the n'gheet aggre-
Rate sem e al 800 and BOO yards; 10
rounds al each dltaiioe; any military
rifle under the rules; to become th prop -
erty of the marksman w inning It three
times al regular meetings of the II. R.
A. Bntranee fee JM.OO,
Won .Mar. 1.. IWI. I.y J. II. riSlier.
Won July i. 1898, by Walter & Wwl.
V. QUEEN'S TROPHY,
Valued ;it $100; for tlie highest aggre
Hate st'oro in in.'itclif'H 1 , and 4j t
liri'iiiiu the prnju rty of the inarkHiiiHi)
w inning it three times at the regular
meetiogf of tlx- M. It. A.
Won Mar. 11. 1808, by J. II. Fisher.
Won .Inly 1. 1808, by Walter B. Wall.
VI. HALL .v sons' FANCY 8PORT
To be selected by the winner; volue of
rifle limited t i ;;",: also a Beoond Prise
of $3,60. Coniin'titorH limiteil to mem-
bers of the Association who have not,
mailt- b record of 7"i per cent, previous 1
to Jan. 1. 1804 in any rifle match with
conditions as given below, Conditions i 1
To be shot for at 000 and 000 yard! 10
rounds at each distant : any military
nno under the rules: imn 1. 1 1 to one entry
to each competitor, Bntranoe fee $1.00,
To become the property of the marks
man winning it three tunes.
VI. haw MIAN HARDWARE 'A .
Valued at $75, Beoond Prise, s,.riu.
Conditions: Tun rounds each at 800
and 500 yards. To become the proper
ty of the marksman winning it three
times. Any military rifle under the I
rules, I tpan to alt members of the As
sociation who nave never won a nrst
clasf price previous to Jan. 1, 18Mtor
who nave not taken part in an jr of the I
flrstHslass monthly matches. Anyone !
entering in this match oaunol be barred
from competing in any future lime for
the same, Entrance fee $1,00, Limited
to obj emrv to eaoh competitor,
Won Jan". 1. 1888, v V. B, Jtodc.
Won Mar. IT. 1888, by F. S. UoUkh.
Won July i, 1888, by a. 0. Wall
A larr miinher of valuable prizes
will he jjivon: winners in takt their
ehoire aeeordiiK t" rank: any rifle; five
rounds; distanre 800 yards: no hair or
set triKK'-i'fc or telesoope sights allowed
entries unlimited. Entranoe fee i.to.
All menibers of the Association who
have made over NO pt-r rent, at any en-
eral meeting of the H. A. will not be
allowed to compete.
All entries in the Citizens Mateh an
to be made at the range on the day of
the natch, and person will Shoot ao,
cording to the number on their tickets.
Elsewhere is published s list of donori
and prises for Uitlai DS Match.
Kn tries in t he AssrKMut ion's regular
mutches must he made he fore 1 o'clock
on Saturday Dec 30lh. 1803.
Entries can he made al K. O, Hall .V
Skills, or to tlie Seen larv.
KltASK 0l4Ff0ll, President.
Are you with us ?
rhrrr inav niiu or two on vou, 1h t
Iff nit' ii flit! on tlir
Jockey Club Cigarettes.
lahels ol the
1 I., im 1 raa ti
kl I I.I H
S. Kubey & Co.
S I 4
ilMin Received per Lt Arawa
METROPOLITAN MAT CO.
I. O. O. F.
IIAItM"NY UiMK No.H. I.O.O.I.,MRK1
hi Hiirtimni Hall, Wn 1 N k . K 11. w Htri'i",
t t r Mnmlit), at ?ttt p. m, VMfJfJl bVMlMH
MVNfdtallf tnitril I" annul,
, I). I'. LAWMWCt, tiKn. . U ltNKIt.
Noble Until!. NofMsfy.
The POOR Room on the Qravnd
floor of the Kaaomo TwfM, TbeM
I rooms are suitable I'm BteteaorOfloa
for particnlafs, Hppiv to
W, F ALLEN,
Obhlrntao of Trustees.
Orer Bank ol Bisii.ip a . . ;io-m
The Annotated PrVM Imr adopt
ed the (.M inn Am for reovivtou
mOMM(M iliri t t Imin tlie wiit.H
All tlisimtrlics on tlit Afsocintril
Pram wifM :u now copied on wrltini
ntftohllMt, XA i KfTlt is a :.'! ral ft eF
nikr Among Mleftsph nwngwrt thnt
ihitlay II not (;r tliHtfitit WhoB every
dotorlption of ti'lrgrum will km
ii inti il on tlie ninchlnOt Tin- DloVfj
ii if nt in t liis dlrootlon ici vlgoroni
nnd nornlntnnfci ami it win ma be
long before typewriting meohlnee
will be oonektefed us niaoh u art of
the equlpinonl oi everj ootnnaercietl
noire as the telegreph Inetriimontii.
With a view oi properly QueHfy
Ing onr telegrnphto Mtidentt tor thli
work. We makt' no egtrs oharge (o
th 'in for Inetruottnn in typewritinii
an i tin tir of the nwohlne In
f tttmu all pitftHs in our T$ttfffQpMc
Ih juirtmfiif trill be tuuyht tontnr
In tins, us in e ry 01 h r n tpiiile,
It is our Intention to keep up wiiii
tin- tii ninmls if inoiltrn buiitneM
method a. -Bcaktt ColUgt Journal.
There is nothing oomplex
about the CaliomapHi it la built
to last lor years: in OApnbltt of
th' Kr,'"tt"1 ipeed ami ere ucuil
tin- world over. ....
T. W. HOBRON.
An entire New block
I L.tt Novlnes in Orel. Ooodi -
... .. . ., .. ,
Wool MtterUU, la tbt Newttt PUIdi, Strlptl
I Sa"d Mon l low m
1 Au. Wool Casi in soud Coior;. if
on ilssini swnnmini nl
Fancy Finun J anj Solid Color Silkj, shot Sillu
Utbs istsn), lo all Sksdts. Pigund in.i.a sius in
naiurn.. crvsial Si'.ki. Indu Sillu. Lunch
A full line of Silkvin all colois
ti Kifty ;ent a Yard.
rhesa Oooda are selenwil personally by Ua Sachs In New York city ami arc
of tlie Vtry Latest, and will l offered al prices
li mil the linios.
AN opening New Ono ls at their Art Rooms,
specially selected lor the SeRnv.n ....
in a variety of patterns Perry Dishe, Snln 1 Bowls, Cheesa
Ron Ik, Pickle and Cracker Jars, Jttga, Kinder Bowls, Effg
Haskets, Tumblsra, Goblets. Wine, Champagne anil other
I i hisses. Sets. etc.. etc.
Japanese China, Satsuma, Owarl Kioto Tea 'upR and Saucers,
Sets. Vaasa, Ten and Coffee Pots. 1 Royal Woroester, Doulton.
Bavilaad, Cope land Cat Uanao Warm.
Tables, Basel,, Fancy Kattiui Chairs, Plated and Silver Ware in cases.
Rogers Bros.' Forks and Spoons.
l Bl-t i ireN m ii.1 l--rtiii;K ....
. . . . Picture Fran, ing in th I. .lest Stil.
A Choice Lot of FEKNS in Puts and
Hunging Baskets ui teiy low Prices.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD.,
402 nnd 404 FORT STREET.
Wrought Steel Ranges, Chilled Iron
AtlATK WARK (WUitr. 0 my and
Ami) boil pipkb, wathk li.um'.is a.m ukimaui, rub
lii;i HOSE AND LAWN BPR1XK1.ERS, HAT II TI'HS AND
STIU.l. SINKS. O. S. GUTTERS AND LEADERS SHEET
ird.n. COPPER, 8INC AND LEAP LEAD PIPE AND PIPE
IT TT I NTS
I Mill. .t)iilL(, Tin, ( !opp r and Sheet
Metropolitan Meat Co.
fl M.Mi S I KIT. I .
Wholesale & Retail Bute
1 WALLER, Manner,
For Sale Cheap.
One Four-Horse Power Upright
' im rlight'Horse Power
Inquire at inii i Mof.
IN 'I'll AT LINK.
citable for ti w nnd
m:w EAR'l lresenls.
MADE TO ORHKR.
IsLANn OaMBS Promptly Attended to.!
E. A. JACOBSON
MEW GOODS! !
hi juil been opened by
An InuaSSM asoriment oi
White and Colored Cotton Dreta Oooda.
Latest Patterns. Niwttt MaienaU. New CUuil
US. Ntw Muslim. New Crapes.
A tine MtSftSMSt of
Q:nl. ima. PsrsstCI and Plannelettea. Fancy
buiped COttOM Crlnklea.
Also an eVcnr nsjortircnt o(
UiLta TrlmmlflSV to mate), all Matsrisla.
Nickel j.lat. .! 1, IT MI'S. WATER
Going out of the Dry Goods Business!
Everything must bo sold Rrmirdlcns of Cost.
IS NO FAKE.
To convince you of nliovo fai l nnd the following I'ric r I .it
Ladies' Cotton l loves, 2 pair . .t
Ladies' Silk MlttS
Misses' " "
Children's Colored Hose.. .
Tabic Napkins 05
I Misses' Slippers 25
Cents' Linen Collars .05
Ladies' " " 05
i (,cnls' Neckwear i"
I Velvet Ribbons, 6 yards for . .25
I It. JO Corsets 675 bones .85
I Silk and Fancy Dress Huttons .05
Hoy's Woolen Suits 1.50
Boy's All Wool Suits 3.35
Colored Woolen Lace 10
Ladies' Colored Ribbed Vests
l.adies White Zanse Vests.
Boy s Cambric Collars, pr do
22.00 Gents' Suits..
( '.euts' Undershirts
Ladies' Press Heels. .
Clasps for Cloaks, per do?.
Whalebone Casing . 4
Silk Hi ess Binding.
Ladies' Linen Listers
" Leather I'urses...
Misses' White Slippers. .
Are you in it?
wim in the 1 .,-. uni now
water; hut if vou would like
ktvilll I must refer you to
. . . KIMS BKOTHIvKS . . .
They are certainly in it, if an attractive stock ami reasonable prices
Count for anything.' They have even got WHALES for sale! YeH,
sir, Whai.ks that sail about in water ami follow 11 magna! Bfl fOU ironld
a hIioii! of lierrinB, only
with every one they meet in juat the a.mit- in inner that you ilc they
ure Toys foh CmLDBBK.
Then there ore new PICTURE MOULDIN(8 Just arrived from the
Bast; a Bne assortment of XMAS CARDS, LEATHER GOODS, PHOTO
FRAMES and ALBUMS and lots of other limits that one niut see
Kid Gloves in s But tun, Undresslij F
u Button Mosquetaire Evening Shades
ALSO A choice i.im: of
White and Colored
Swisses and Percales.
Tte are the CHOICEST LINE of DRESS MUSLIN we have Ever Shown
78 HAVE ALSO RECEIVED A NICE ASSORTMENT OF
White and Cream Point de Irelande Laces
Suitable for Trimming Wash Dresses,
All Widths, from 3 to 12 inches.
New Furniture Store
HOTEL ST., BETWEEN FORT AND M l ANT STREETS
la dow opened for buMlueBa, and has tn atock the tlneat ttfuurtiitent of
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