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' z Righteousness.
HONOLULU, OCT. 14, 1S93.
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
' The letter which. Chief Justice
yuuu wrote to Mr. jiicArtour 01
tbo JVoy liudgd and which wo
, ' published last week has created a
"great deal of comment It
. v, :bas proven to tho country
that the head of the
Judiciary Department is actively
engaged in politics, and it is
genontlly admitted that such a
"fact is unparalleled in any civi
lized country. Even in the Unit
ed States, the most politically cor
rupt country known, we never
hear of a Supremo Judge doing
' politic 1 work and signing the
rolls of political organizations. A
Judge should bo abovo suspicion.
But who can believe in tho im
partiality uud integrity of a
Judge, who, iu tho men who must
appoar before him rocognizes poli
tical friends or political foes. In
n certain way it is to bo regretted
that tho trno position and senti
ments of tho Chief Justice have
become known, because, it is
vory unfortunate for tho country
that doubts should arise as to
tho fairness of our highest court
of Justice. On the other hand,
it is perhaps woll that our oyes
have been openod. "When the
day of reconstructing tho govern
ment horo arrives, there will no
longer bo any doubt of what is to
"bo dono to ro-ostablish confidence
in tho Supremo Court. ;
And now tho Star dosires to
ship Mr. Dole off to "Washington.
"What ho is going to do thero is
unoxplatncd, oxcopt that ho is to
call Nordhoff a liar without
proving it, though, nnd thou'
compote with other "Ambassa
dors", in diplomncy. By all
moans let him go. If Messrs.
Thurston, Alexander, Oleson,
Hastings and. even tho janitor aro
not enough to look after tho iuter
est of Hawaii and xnoro especially
of tho annexation club, why ship
of! some moro. Send D le,and the
editors of the Star and the Ad
vertiser (not in the same vessel
though), send Dr. Rodgersaud tho
pilots (not at night) send them
ono and all -nud let them stay
ihoro for good.
"What in tho namo of heaven
is Mr, Dole going to accomplish
which cannot bo dono by Thurs
ton and ; Company. Thero
have been forwarded, from hero
about a dozen men as commission
ers aad ministers and envoys and
secretaries and despatch bearers
and God knows what and tho
pieces of then have all beeu
gathered up and shipped back in
baskets and nothing has over
beon accomplished. Mr. Thars
ton has spent his im& m Chicago
or he speeded off to Saa
Jb rancisco to attend to another j
ditfio museum. Major Hastings
departed for Maine presumably
getting tired of sh&kiag hands
with leading senators ad inter
viewing GrMsliam . ad finally
tho Professor !'foi Joat" soare
Trhere and -as oatio is tdt I
of hitn in Washington papers he
lias presumably' not materialized.
H.Mr. Dole needs the -trip
abroad for his health well and
eood. All we can say h; that the
countrv should not bo made to
pay his travelling expenses. Lot
the annexation club " with its
Bine-tenth of all the wealth in
Hawaii (according to Thurston)
dig up tho spondulicks and
pension off Mr. Dole. To burden
tho treasury, already overburden
ed, with now. calls for salaries
and fees and incidentals by
establishing more junketing ex
peditions apparently to further
a lost cause, but virtually to
provide sinecures for tho pets
who need a change of air and
scenery is an outrage against
which every decent man and
every honest meaning citizen
should protest .
Grave complaints are constant
reaching us from the Fish Mar
ket in regard :to the condition of
tho place' and the lack of cleani
less. A placo where food is sold
should certainly bo kept in such
a shape that all reasonable sani
tary demands aro attended to.
The Board of Health should.look
into tho matter and if the clerk
of tho market does not feel in
clined to attend to his duties .he
should bo romoved. The Fish
Market in itself is a disgrace to
the community, but the condi
tion of it is worse to-day than ever
A NEW DODGE !
The Advertiser editor presuma
bly acting under instructions from
headquarters will to-day mail the
following blank to different citizens
and try to got them to publicly
state their jiolitical views and
sentiments. We do not believe
that anybody will take notice of
the "artful dodger" whoso gigilntic
brain controls the Advertiser, but
it.maybe of interest to watch the
results. By the way we didn't
think that anybody who is against
annexation was entitled to an
opinion according to Johnstone
and the Club. Evidently, a change
has come over the dreams of our
Lords and Rulers.
Honolulu, H I. Oct. 14th, 1S93.
It is the wish of the "Adver
tiser" to get for publication a short
opinion on the Political question
now pnramount.to all otners from
members of all parties. Would you
kindly fill out the following blank
and send it to this office, addressed
to tho Editor of the Advertiser?
Please limit yourself to ono
hundreds words. .
f am a Royalist.
I am in Annexationist
( favor a Republic
(Draw a line through the two
parties that you do not favor.) For
the following reasons:
There is rumors about a fresh
opium scandal. This time the
'staff' has been handled in Ka
hulai. The report indicates that
the ring fell oataad that an ir
tereeUd ami important party
robbed his partner asd stole the
dop hiwel.; We shall give
sows farther particulars in our
aaxt ieese about this latest i&
sUso the parity and hoaeeiy
t the aaa-xatioakt o&ckk.
Fuss and Feathers.
' Captain Barker and the o facers
of the U.S.F. S. Philadelphia
called on President Dole yester
day forenoon. Notwithstanding
the Shir's statemenf that the call
was simply a friendly and inform
al one, the President was at
tended on this occasion by seven
officers of the military, two of
his colleagues in theCabinet, three
members of the Advisory Council,
and a Star reporter. Ail of the
attendents were clothed in their
best. Two Companies of armed
men wero drawn, up in line in
front of tho Palace building (Oh!
what desecration) to dp tho niili
The visitors arrived and left all
insido of fifteen minutes. As the
occasion did not require nny
speech-making that part of the
ceremony ras dispensed with.
The honors accorded to the
Naval visitors yesterday, wero
those which ore due to persons
of higher rank. That "official
etiquette had been moro than
complied with (vide Star) was
not the fault of the visitors, but
shows what asses the present
Militarv Authorities "can niako "of
NOTES FROM THE OUTSIDE.
Speeches were dispensed with.
Minister Damon .did not honor
The soldiers wore new clothes.
Dr. Rodgers looked glutinous
suspended from his sword.
Major Potter was simply im-nense
in his Acrobatic feats keep
ing out of" the way' of his
Two Councilmen unaccustomed
to such functions scooted
ajvay as soon as possible.
Some of tho "revolutions" per
formed by the two Companies
on duty wero said to be fino.
Major McLeod put the two Com
panies through a "drill.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE,
MENT, VISITS THE
U. S. F. S. PHILADELPHIA.-
U recelied w!th Rojal Honors
with the-Exception of the Manning
President Dole, Minister of
Foreign Affairs of the Provisional
Government, visited tho TJ. S. F.
S. Philadelphia at eleven o'clock
this . forenoon. Tho Attorney
General was also ono of the party.
Tho President was attended
on this occasion by four militaiy
ofiicials. Tho dazzling appear
ance of the present military at
taches outshined those who over
served under the Monarchy.
And yet these are the people
who cried down the "pomp and
show" of tho Monarchv.
The Hawaiian Army (I) is to
be marched out to-day. for an
airing and to .show the, new uni
forms which tho taxpayers have
donated (?) (without being asked)
to the often dying heroes. It
will be a wonderfal sight and
there is considerable betting in
town that tho Commander in
Chief will gst -'bar foot and
straw foot" tangled p ami thatj
the Sargeon General wilL get
tangled up in his sword. It is
to be hoped that aothiag aaore
senos will happen at this play
ing at soldiers, with real., and
geae.ga.. - .
"We are in receipt of the Sept
ember number of Handicraft
the school-paper of the Kameha
meha Schools. The issue is
as usually gotten up in a very
neat manner the contents of
considerable interest to every
body who has the education
of Hawaiians at heart- It is
stated that thero hits been a
decrease in the number of the
boys attending the school this
term. The cause is undoubtedly
hard times which both foreign
ers and Hawaiians are experien
cing. Under the present
management of the schools
politics wo understand
have been eliminated a
fact which is also indicated by
total absence of all references
to annexation in Handicraft.
"We hope that tho schools, will
flourish again aud constantly
increase tho number of attend
ants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
In accordance with a power of sale con
tained in a certain mortgage made bj and
between KA.HALEKOU of Keauhou, N.
Kona, Island ot Hawaii, Hawaiian Island.
Of the first part, and H. N. Castle, Trustee,
of Honolulu, Oahn, of the second part,
dated March 30th, A. D. 1SS6. and recorded
in the jffice of tho Registrar of ConYejances,
in Liber 99. Folios 234 and 25o, and assign
ed by said H. X. Castle, Trustee, to Nancy
K. Louis br instrument dated June 13th,
A. D. 1S90, and recorded in Liber 90, Folio
254, and for breach if condition of tho
above mentioned mortgage therefore the.
assignee of said mortgage hereby giYes
notice that she will cairy into effect the
6aid power of sale, and that after tho expira
tion of three weeks from this date, the pre
mises mentioned in said mortgage will be
sold at public auction at the salesroom of L.
J. LEVY in Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of
the -ith day of November, A. D. 1S93.
For further particulars inquire of J. L.
KAULUKOU. Attorney for Assignee.
NANCY K. LODIS. Assignee.
Honolulu, October I4tb, A. D. 1S93.
Premises described in the above mention
All that piece of land situate at Koiuiu.
Kapalama, Honolulu, Oahn. being Apana 1
described in deed from Kaiunauio and
Kanpaakai to Kahalekou, and recorded in
the office of the Registrar of Conveyances
in Liber 15, Folio 344, and containing an
area of 50-100 acre. 24-3w- ,
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Superior Bathing. Facilities,
Privsie Cottages for FsmilkS.
' T. A. SIMPSON,
NATIONAL IRON WORKS,
Queen Street, '
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THEr UNDERSIGNED are prepared to
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Merchant street, Hosoluls.
This First-class Bathing Resort '
has beon enlarged and is now
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pass tlio door' even half hour and
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ESTABLISHED A. D. 1563.
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Ice Cream Parlors
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