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Curious But Poor.
-A Star reporter called at tho
office of the registrar of convey
ances to-day for tho purpose of
taking an extract from tho books
in reference to the mortonee
which is supposed to exil on
somo of tho property of Her
Majesty tho Queou. The registar
who evidently recognize tho vast
importance with which tho Star
men believo that they are clothed,
refused to allow his books to be
copied until the usual fee (S3.50)
had been paid. The Star man im
mediately collapsed by hearing of
such a demand for hard cash, and
pocketing his curiosity disap
peared after having thrown out
somo dire hints about "speaking
to the ministers." Wo now expect
to see the Minister of Interior
make new and special rules suita
ble to the desires of tho Star ar.d
its prying reporters.
Her Britanic Majesty's Min
ister Resident Major James H.
Wodehouse, and Captain Eustace
Booke, commanding Her Majes
ty's ship Champion, called ou'the
Minister of Foreign Affairs this
A member of the "citizens re
serve," was heard to say tho other
day, that, "that body now had
tho government where the- want
ed it." Thev would see that the
government dismissed all Royal
ists who were iii office.
The Councils are in session
The rifle carriers paraded the
streets last night.
"Who was the P. G. horse lifter
yesterday in the Police Court?
Last night's street show, was
no doubt made for the purpose of
Buy your tickets for the minstrel
show to-morrow morning at Levey's
office, Queen Street.
Bumor has it. that it will pro
bably be President Dole, and
Minister of Poreign Affairs Hatch.
Why did not the government
prosecute a Portuguese who was ar
rested for selling swiDes? More to
follow in this connection.
The public will not bo intimi
dated, if there is a street show
every night. So the authorities
might save themselves the
trouble in that respect.
Tho 400 of the "citizens re
serve" who were out last evening,
were no doubt there to watch the
military. The military is not
trusted an' too much by these
Mr. Frank Pahia has resigned
from his position as District Judge
for Koolau Oahu. His resignation
will take effect from the end of this
month. His successor has not
been appointed yet.
It was great sport to watch the
rifle carriers last evening. "Until
tho Honolulu Amateur Minstrels
give their performances, these
street shows is tho only amuse
ment the public has. Give us
Two P. G. riflo carriers going
hOmo last evening, canying their
rifles with them and who were
walking in tho middle of tho road
had to "side step" to tho left and
right and open order in double
quick time. This manoouvre
happened on the corner of Alakea
and Hotel streets. Wonder the
hackman was not arrested
We understand that Mr. G-. C.
Kenyon will start a suit for dama
ges against Mr. W. 0. Smith for
false imprisonment. This suit is
the result of the arrest of Mr.
Konyon on a warrant sworn tojby
W. O. Smith for criminal libel which
case vs.s dropped by the govern
nient a few days ago. It is stated
that the amount of damages
claimed by Mr. Kenyon is $20,000.
Tho P. G. horse-lifter swore
"before Police Judge Robertson,
that he lifted the horse and 10
pounds harness on his legs, and
after ho lifted tho horse and
harness, ho then took his two
daughters and himself tu give
them piano lessons. That's pretty
The Tiser says, "the street cars
were not interfered with by the
troops last evening." Why were
they not? They always have been.
Was it the decision m the Walsh
case? AVas it Judge Cooper's add
ress to the jury in the above case?
Or is it "the appearance of a British
war vessel in port, that has caused
THE STAR'S YARN.
Being characteristic of the
sheet; the Star last evening pub
lishes an unfounded and ridicu
lous rumor, purporting to be
what a royalist leader told some
body else what the Queen had
said to him. That the Star "can
not give names" is no doubt true,
it has not any to give. That the
article is published for political
and misleading purposes, is the
opinion of all of the respectable
portion of the community.' No
one believes that the Queen has
made any such statements to any
Reference is-made to "her in
terview with U. S. Minister
"Willis, on which occasion she
declared fcc," There is no
doubt but that "interview"
was a secret and confidential one,
that no one outside of the two
parties interested know what was
said or took placo, and it is safe
to say, that neither of them have
mentioned to any other person
what transpired on that occasion.
Another proof that tho article
is bosh, is the paragraph in
reference to Princess Kaiulani.
It is well known to those most
interested, and who know what
the Princess's movements are,
that no such statement has been
made to that "royalist leader
without a name." It is also well
known, that Mr. T. H. Davies is
not making- political arrange
ments of anv kind.
It is somewhat of a coinci
dence, that a government official
at noon yesterday, made somo re
marks to a friend which coincide
in several instances to those in
the Star article. The only con
clusion to come to isrthat the
article was "hashed up" by the
Star's own staff.
The Tiser of this morning has
a sixteen lino editorial in refer
ence to tho rumor which the Star
gave publicity to j'esterday. Tho
Tfser editor makes tho untruthful
assertion, that "tho strong feel
ing against the ex-queen is daily
gaining ground among Hawaiians
with very few exceptions, and those
are only hirelings, like some of
their white brothers are solid in
favor of restoration. That editor
also makes the assertion. 'it
would bo suicidal for her to
accept the proffered restoration,
even with the guaranty of armed
protection from" any source
whatever." "What does that
mean? It shows conclusively
that there must be some truth in
the reported threats made
against Her Majesty's life. That
that editor knows it to be so. and
shame on his (once) gray and
heavy now dyed black locks
he is willing to countenance
such murder. It behooves
the Diplomatic representatives
of foreign nations to take action
to protect her from harm and in
sult until the present inter
regnum is ended.
Was not the "reverend" gentle
man, who was snubbed by a
diplomat the other day, inten
tionally making his call as a Star
representative, but unknown as
such to the diplomat?
The Regulars, under command
of Captain Good, marched into
the Palace grounds this forenoon
and aligned themselves in front
of the Palace building; they were
immediately withdrawn. What
Company number something
at the Government buildings,
were also in martial array this
forenoon waiting for something
that did not turn up. They
finally cooled off by taking a
march around Palace square.
A lad, tho wife of a P. G.
official, who was at Palace Square
last evening looking at the show,
was overheard to say to a friend,
that, "there are 400 of tho 'citi
zens reserve' out to-night.'' As
they were not with tho military,
it is reasonable to suppose that
this detachment of tho "reserve"
was distributed around in the by
ways and lanes looking for or
trying to make trouble.
Notwithstanding tho apparent
alertness of tho Board of Health
in quarantining tho persons
affected with measles, who arriv
ed in the city last week, it is
reported, that there is a bad case
on Emma Street. Yet the "Board
of Health had no session yester
day afternoon, there being no
business of special importance to
transact.' The disease is sup
posed to have been brought
ashore from tho Klikitat.
The Talc My Lover Told He.
In thc-narrow-paiU bx the riyer.sula ,,.
My teasing lover met me,
I might have passed had he stepped aside,
And hurried home, and I really tried,
Oh I tried, but he -wouldn't let me.
"Stay a while," he saidj and his strong
So closely did enfold me,
While the bright stars winked in the skies
And the rude stream laughed inita rookybed.
While the pale wild-rose blnshed a deeper
As the tale my lover told me.
I blushed like the rose, a deeper red,
At the tale that my lover told me.
I heard it all, for he made me stay,
Thougn the chill night breeze was blowing,
Arid the minutes were slipping fast away:
So I murmured softly, "Release me, pray.
It's late, and I must be going.
Don't keep me now, I shall be so late
That my mother will surely scold me."
But he held me still, and in my distress
AVhat I had to do yon -will never guess
Tie teased me so that 1 whispered, "Yes, '
To the tale that my lover told me.
He teased me so that I whispered, "Yes,"
To the tale that my lover told me.
THE TRUTH AT LIST.
English Editor. You have not
answered my question.
American Editor (in London).
Hist I Is no one near?
English Editor. Xb one.
American Editor. Even tho
walls have ears.
English Editor. Theso walls
American Editor. Will yon
swear never to divulge tho fateful
truth I am about to tell? .
English Editor. 1 swear.
American Editor. Then placo
your ear ciose and listen. You
ask me if we Americans love tho
Irish better than our own souls.
The barbed wire fence i3- the
thing that can give you points.
At an Exam. Professor: "Tell
me, sir, how it is you smLe so
Candidate: "Ton ask such
ticklish questions, Herr Pro
fessor ' Dorfba rbier.
BRUCE & A. J. GARTWRIGHT
Ttadnessofa Fidacktry Nutera Ttanfawwl.
Prompt attention gives ta tkd wariapawwn.
ot Estates Ga&n&inslrips, Trfc.
etc. etc., ate.
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Merchant Street, HoaclalB.
CITY MEAT MARKET
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Maker o f the Celebrate'
Cambridge Pork Sausage !
Meat Delivered to Any Part of
tho City and Suburbs.
Mutual Telephone Number 289.
This First-class Bathing Rosort
has been enlarged and is now
open to the public. It is tho
best placo on tho islands to enjoy
a bath and there is no better
place to la' off. Special accom
modations for Ladies. Tramcars
pass the door every half hour and
on Saturdays and Sundays even'
C. J. SHERWOOD
LEWIS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE
By Every San Frnncisoo Steamer.
Salt Salmon in Bahrels
in Fort St., Honolulu. Tel. 240,
P. O. Box 20 7.
A Postal Savings Bank Book
2sb. 1G5 has been lost at my resi
dence during this month. Who
over finds it and returns sanio at
my residence at Heeia. Koolau
poko, Oahu, or at tho law olfico
of Jas. K. Kaulia, in Honolulu,
will receive a reward.
Mits. Mikala Kactja.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1893.
Chas. T. (Mick
For the Island of Oahu.
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to Labor Contracts.
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