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The Life of ike Land is Established
HONOLULU, OCT. 2S, 1893.
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
The latest victim of "the wrath
of the Stair and its handful of
followers of mixed nationalities
belonging to the clnb is Mr.
Cecil Brown member o the
Advisory Council. Mr. Brown
lins dared in open session to sug
gest that the Executive Council
live up to tho duties prescribed
for it in tho proclamation of
January tho 17th and run the
government without allowing the
assembled wisdom of tho annexa
tion cluo or any lorn, i ck o
Harry lo dictate to it and to bull
Tho Star calls Mr. Brown
mugwump and a secret royal is
and throws out some dire threats
about calling a mass-meeting to
annihilate all the infidels who
refuse t6 worship tho club and
its prophet, tho Star. This mass
meeting business is getting kind
of monotonous. Lot us havo ono
by nil means and let us then
thoroughly investigate tho mate
rial which will constitute the
mooting and which will support
tho proposition of tho Star that
tho Executive Council and the
Government must take their in
strnctions frtfm tho interesting
individuals who run the club
'JLho Star may be followed and
supported by , the 2,222 Porta
goose, bv tho drei-hundred and
by tho handful of petty govern
ment clorks who are trying to
pin' ward-bosses now. Bnt the
influential and respectable
dement and remarkable to say
there aro few of that
kind in tho ranks of the
annexationists will be of tho
opinion that if Mr. Dole and his
Cabinet haven't got the confi
dence of their supporters in a
sufliciout degree to do their duty
and attend to their business it
would be bettor for them to stop
down and out at once instead of
boing hampered and dictated
to by an irresponsible crowd who
think that they run tho country
b.canse they have been furnished
He has no confidence in' these
men. He suspects their loyalty
to the government. He doubts
the sincerity of their oath. He
watches them with certain appre
hension and terms them spies
and rascals and then he stands
np in the Advisory Council and
insists on thegovernment . f nrnish
ing tht'se very men with arms
and amnnition and forceing them
the soldiers who it is
claimed are the mainprop and solo
support of tho present Govern
ment against, the people. Yerily
Mr. Brown had good reason to
be seized with that "tired" feel
ing and to lose his temper. Senator
Emmeluth is enough to make an
MORE" CRIMINAL LIBEL.
Mr. Edmnnd Norrie tbe editor
of the Holoxca, was arrested
this morning on a charge of crim
inal libel preferred against him
by one Thomas TV. Hobron.
The article which Mr. Hobron
considers libellous appeared in
yesterday's Holoxttjl under the
Leading "Another Fake." It
contained a criticism of a Hono
lulu correspondence which ap
peared in the Sin Francisco
Chronicle and which was some of
tho wildest rot imaginable. It
now seems that tho brilliant im
aginative writer to the Chronicle is
this very ThomasJW. Hobron and
Jim Morgan been there he would he nat"y fls hurt when any
iiuapujur uuru impresses sur
prise and indignation over the
j'arns which he dishes out to tho
San Francisco paper which
foolishly has admitted him to its
columns. Mr. Norrie was prompt
ly released on baif in the sum of
$100, a bond for that amonnt
being furnished by Mr. John
Phillips. All the editors of the
English papers in Honolulu nre
now blessed with a criminal libel
have talked Irish till further
notice and sold the plumber for
Mr. Johnstone is still on tho
war-path against tho despised
half whites. He. compares tho
increase of them with the large
increase iii the class called Ha
waiian born foreigners. He is
auxious to let the last mentioned
class appear as if it consisted of
Anglo-Saxons while he knows as
well as we do, that a very large
majority of them are Portuguese.
As the Portuguese are departing
gradually from here, and will
continue to do so, and as they
take their children with them.
Mr.1 Johnstone will find at tho
next census a very marked de
crease in the Hawaiian born
foreigners. The half whites on
the other side will keep on in
creasing, unless Mr. Johnstone
and the other haoles mnrried to
Hawaiians should it take into their
heads to depart from here or
otherwise stop the increase.
Steer. James Makee. from Kaeai.
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, torn iloloiai
Am bk S 2? Castle, Hubbard, for Saa Fran
cisco. Stmr J A Cnramins. Xeilson, for Koolan.
Stmr Pele, Peterson, for Makaweli.
Vessels in Port.
TJ S S Adams, Nelson.
U S S Philadelphia, Parker.
Haw-Bk Andrew, Welch.
Ger Bk J. C. Pdnger.
Br sch Norma, Yokohama.
Br bk Co of Merioneth S. N. W.
Am sch Transit, Jobgensen, S F.
Am sch Eobert Lexers, Goodman, P T.
Am sch Aloha, Dabel, S. F.
Am sch Eva, Klitgaard, Enreka.
Nor bk Beaconsfield, Bastiansen, New
Castle, N S W.
Haw bk R P Either, Morrison, S F.
Am bgt W G Irwin, Nelson. S F.
This First-class Bathing Kesort
has been enlarged and is now
open to the public-. It is the
best place on the islands to enjoy
a uatQ ana mere is no better
place to lay off. Special accom
modations for Ladies. Tramcars
pass tho door .every half hour and
on Saturdays and Sundays every
NATIONAL IRON WORKS,
Between Alakea ifc Richard Sts.
to play baseball.
make nil kinds of
are prepared to
meet the"Myrtles this afternoon.
A GEM OF ART.
The San Francisco divers with
their diver apparatus were taken
out to the Miowera this morning.
They have gone out to see how the
steamer lies on the reef.
We ropcinf elsewhere a letter
from the famous traveller Otto E.
Ehlers which appeared a few
months ago in Kolnislic Zeitnng,
and which furnishes some verv
interesting reading matter as a
good example of how other peo
ple see us. Mr. Ehlers is a ereat
raveller aud explorer, and is a
special favorite of the Emperor tor whether they are prepared to
ot Ororraany. In a letter to a hold up a train, or whether the
gentleman in this city, Mr.
Ehlers states that he has laid his
report of his visit here before
After the Shooting was Over.
In the window of the Pacific
Hardware Couip'any is exhibited
a beautiful, picture in crayon of
a lot of pheasmts and "ducks hang
ing on a pole at the ends of which
are two famous Nimrods Messrs.
W. Cunningham and Captain J.
Black. Two handsome dogs and
two first class guns indicate how
the game got on the pole. Every
sportsman and every man who
prefers eating the birds to shooting
them should admire the picture
which is the work of Mr. Good
of J. J. Williams' art gallery,
the inscriptions having been
executed by Mr. Jacobsen and
the handsome frame furnished by
the Pacific Hardware Co. The
two Nimrods are simply magnifi
cent. There might be somo
doubt in the mind of the "specta-
The usual crowd of annexation
sympathiser?, were on hand
yesterday morning when the
Mariposa came in, to receive some
expected news, but it did "not"
Iren Brass, Bronze, Zinc,
Tin and Lead Castings. Also a
General Repair Shop for Steam Engines,
Eice Mills, Corn Mills,
Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc.
Machines for the Cleaning of Coffee,
Castor Oils, Beans, Baniie, Sisal,
Pincapplo Leaves & other Fibrous Plants
AuA Paper StocW
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Arrow Boot, etc.
EF All Orders promptly attended to.
WHITE, RITMAN t CO.
Senator Morgan returned to-town
by the W. G. Hall last night from
a pleasure trip to Hawaii. The
senator looks very much improved
in health and has got a beautiful
The third of the series of Recep
tions, i being held on board of the
U. S.F. S. PhiladelDhia thin nfW.
noon. These socials are very plea
ant affairs, and offer a nice way to
meet one's friends.
$9.00 per Cord Delivered.
JKO. F. COLBUBN fc CO.
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1S63.
slaughter of other people's birds
is their real aud only pastime.
Captain Black looks martial and
the Emperor who appeared deep- the expression in his eyes seems
1 intni-poffil ir tt oiftmfTnn I. I l,ir t At i i ,
It is reported, that annexat'on's
"Papa," and the -"editor" of the
annexationists organ, were con
soling one another yesterday after
noon and both cime to the con
clusion that ''Restoration" was the
best solution, after a)', of the pre
rifle and somo cartridges.
Tho proposition of Mr. Emmo-
luth which called forth C. Brown's
vigorous opposition is worthy
of tho political knowledge and
brains of the little plumber. "Wa
havo never yet learned that it
was considered advisable to
punish orir enemies by fur-
them arms and
them a placo iu our
ranks whore they can sow dis
sension and trouble. Bat that
is according to his own saying
exactly what this funny combi
nation of a Hn-smith and a states-;
man desires. In ono breath ho de
rides thegovernment officials be
cause they aro secret royalists and
in sympathy with tho opposition
and in his newspaper he yells
turn fats ratals out" and calls
them spies ami detectives. As
his okmor has ho effect and "the
rascals" are not turned out he
6w yells give the armr
and make them 'oldiarsr
Great Scott! does
Man really know what he k ilxmi-
and expressed himself m the
most sympathetic terms towards
the Queen. Mr. Ehlers is con
siderate enough not to mention
tho insulting and boorish treat?
ment to which he and Major
Itobertson were submitted, when
no desired to see the Palace by
the hands of the "sweeper out'
or whatever title it is that Mr.
Dole s "chamberlain" sails
to indicate that he, like the
lamented George "Washington,
never, no, never well never
mind about that hatchet. Cun
ningham looks Cream Bye
and the dogs are really orna
mental. The only fault we find
with the picture is that there is
no indication where tho happy
hunting gronnd is where sach a
day's sport can be had. It would prod
Qably be of interest to many sports
to know something more definite
about the whereabouts of Messrs.
Cunningham .in? Rlml-'a
Professor Alexander admin- riehts "on the other ,m. r uT
ii- . .. - I w "l me
uwr scorning syrup to tlie des- Chinese Theater."
pairing annexationists in Hawaii
OV Writ 11" in f fiAm nnrl tolling
- O . iwjiuii I . i
them all about it Tho rmth Band Concert
that the learned Professor has
been flattering around in tho The stni3Se! Orchestra portion
1 i TT l - ... . 'S nf thr V 11 T .1 .
streets oi wasmngton like a hen l janu, wui give a
with ducklings, brooding his concert at Jmma Square this
brain over the most intricate afternon- Following is the
question, this mathemacian ever ProSraHlmG:
L. .1 I J A. 7 fi - -1 -9W - .
,UU U&U W SOI VO ana tliat IS. HOW i I. 'rca-"lVrrain RmaW Cr
to get chanceXto seo Cleveland fLI.Vv -Scha
aad Gresham, and tell then alt . n' - .TMefe
abnt if TLnaa
doa't ne'd a male schoolan ' ti"Onuiga Koaeaas-.
wlii la tLa le f "ifrVWIi'Vr
WMilv ih a-eei of them. -JW
Mr. C. W. Ashford who has
ben on a business trip to Waikapu,
Maui, returned yesterday on the
W. G. Hall. The learned attorney
represents Geo. W. Mcfarlane in
the now famous suit over the Wai-
wiuiuuiis ui wuicu,a division
is being made by a commission
according to the decision of the
Ice Cream Parlors
F. HORN, PitoritiETOR.
Gonfcctioiier & Onicnter
In all branches of the business on
AMERICA?, FRENCH, ENG
LISH and GERMAN
PASTRIES MADE TO ORDER.
Wedding and Birth-day
By-lhe-b3-, this is the 2Sth dnv
of October, and the September
Quarterly Report of the Collector
General of Customs, has not yet
been placed before the public.
Heretofore the Reports of the'
Collector General have , been pub
lished at least not a week after the
ending of the quarter. Such dila-
rormess is inexcusable,
fault is it?
, , . , . , w"" ""got persona
(which is designated in this mnra
ings she as "a number of pec
Pie listened (o the fine. m!,8!C
rendered by the Hawaiian Nation.
al ?afd las .ening. That the
music loving portion of the corn
mumtj enj yr &nd appreciate good
mnc i8 shown at every mn4e
en bjr th band. The new
aiey, "Boston Bake' took the
Made of the very best material,
unsurpassed in richness of quali
ty ana ornamenteam unapproach
able style, at lower prices than
any other establishment in Honolulu.
! FamiliJ Qrfahain Fancif Bread,
Manufactured at my Estab-
are Guaranteed to bo Positjtelt
Pdbe and sold at prices no
. other establishment can
FACTORY & STORE,
No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Nonanu and Fort S treets
BOTIITELEPHONES No. 74.