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WEDNESDAY, OCT. SO, 1889.
THE MINISTERIAL STAriiMEHT.
The answer o! the Cabinet to the
citizens' committee on the Chinese
question, presented to our renders
on Saturday, is the most comprehen
sive pacf on the subject ev issued
here. Not only the committee but
the whole .community, are indebted
to the Ministers forjhe pains taken
in massing together,' from the high
est authorities, so much information
on the question. Some of the facts
are startling in significance and
ought to arrest the serious consider
ation of those who have flippantly
dismissed the question with a sneer
at the agitation against Chinese as
cendancy. If countries of vas'. ex
tent, with civil watiou long past be
ing exotic, nfe apprehensive of be
ing overwhelmed by the Asiatic
tide, there is surely reason for the
amall band upholding "Western
ideas in this little country being
fearful -at the actual presence of a
comparatively enormous and, in
both good and bad ways, aggres
sive element of Chinese.
I'rlul of II. V. M llrov l'os' ifuisiIvni,j
--Ut'turo lllfl MICHorllio I'Ji.e"
TutEDAT, Oct. 29 th.
Robert N. Boyd, George Maik
haui and David Crowningberg were
examined, their evidence being
substantially the same as given in
At 5:10 the Court adjourned to
10 o'clock Wednesday morning.
"Vi:dnesii.y, Oct. 30.
The Court opened at 10 a. m.
W. II. Curumings was placed on
the stand and stated that he had at
tended a meeting at the Princess'
residence, Palama. lie heard V.'ii
eos read the new constitution, did
not take the oath, and disapproved
of the whole movement. I was not
allowed to leave the meeting until A
o'clock in the morning. During the
evening Testa aud myself had r. con
versation as to the beat means of
getting away. ' Testa suggested that
we go into the room and clear out
the boys. I tpld him it was not
practicable as they were armed.
As there was plenty of wine we got
them all drunk. Did not attend
any other meetings.
Cross-esamined The constitution
Wilcox read I think was the rules,
governing the crowd. I think it is
a bad way. to accomplish anjobject
by guns. 1 did not say anything to
the Government between July 12th
aud the' 29th that there was treason
plotting, because I was afraid of
those Italians. Am not afraid now
because it is publicly kifown.
J. M. Poepoe was swoin. lie
stated ho went to the meeting ol
July 10th. Heard Wilcox read the
preamble to the constitution whicn
stated amongst other things that the
dignity of the bupicme Court had
been violated by the Ministers
breaking' law's. The withe33 ffae
an outline of what lock place at that
meeting and the others lie attended.
At the last meeting we had a coun
cil and I advised going down to see
the King. Kaiue said better go to
the pulace first and get the cannon,
and that was agreed upon. I
asked Wilcos if iie knew what he
wu3 going to do after he got the
cannon, and ho said he did. We
went there to accomplish the object'
hidden in the bosom of our leadpr.
1 rote a note on the 30th of Jul
and sent it inlo the palace to Wil
cox signed by J. K.1 Kaunamano.
That is how tire latter came to gel
into trouble 1 wanted to get the
King there so that we would not be
Cross-examined I heard Wilcox
give orders to the men befote starl
ing out to p'reaerve peace in town
and not molest or injure anyone.
By the Court Think those in
structions weie intended after we
got into the Palace yard.
At 12 o'clock the Court took a
recess until 130.
A JAPANESE HUNG.
ilaishal Soner received the fol
lowing letter from It. A. Lyman,
Deputy Sheriff of Uayvaii on tl;e
bteamerlwafeni n'i'i-1 morning:
Eatly on the morning of the 29th
the body of U. Goto, a Japanese
storekeeper, was found hanging to a
telephono post not far from the
HonokaajpoUrt housCj between that
and the L'yceu'm, with Ids anna tied
behind him and his legs also tied.
He had been dead seveial hour3. I
shall hold-a coroner's inquest soon.
By order of Sheriff IltQhcock, I
have offered a reward of 8260. for
the murderer, or murderers.
EVENTS THIS EVENING. "
Oiill Co'C Honolulu Riflos, at
7:30. ' ' ' '
service a,tf Central Union phurch,
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of .P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
yerviceat.St. Anflre.ivV Cathe
dral, st7;307 CliorrVeheflrsal, at 8.
The centennial birthday anniver
sary of the Rev. II. Bingham, the
first pnBtor of Kawtihihao Church,
was colebrntfd to-day. At 10:80
o'clock there was a service in the
church, the pla'.fom of which was
beautifully decorated with flowers
and evergreens. The service open
ed with the chanting of the 100th
Psalm, Mr. Bingham's own transla
tion being used. An address ns
delivered" bv the Rev. J. K. losena
of flana, "after which the hymn
-From (Jrccnland's ii'V mountains" i
All. Coan, daughter of the late
Rev. II. Bingham, then asked to say
n few" words. When slid r.id her
brother ieft Boston on the Morning
Star the last words they heard from
their father was the hymn just sung.
At noon a memorial tablet placed
in position on the church wall to the
left of the main entrance, was un
veiled. After the Hawaiian band
had played a selection there wero
addresses t Mr. J. Kua and Rev.
'II. Bingham. The tablet, which it,
suitably inscribed, wa3 then unveil
ed by il. Bingham, Jr., grandson
ol Rev. II. Bingham. The inscrip
tion was lead by Rev. II. II. Pau:er
after .hien the ...col3p,y wusi jung.
The benediction was pronounced by
Kcv. J. K. Iosepa.
The jubilee feast was held in the
church grouudi, a large irumher of
people sitting down to partake of
the many good things.
FATHER Daud'-ii's I'lmtoi. J. '.
H illi'iins lias ( r ;h! l special
purmifeiiin nt 1ns ettidi" 'Fort street,
.ilictograplu of tin- late Fithr D.unien
til-en shortly before his ikuth. Also,
lories of scientific pl.otos nt mivrest to
the meiliral faculty. JW.- tt
'piIE annual meeting of tht Hawaiian
JL Utile Association ill be lielti at
ihelLiwuiiaa Hotel, oj SATURDAY,
Nov. 2nd, ut "."0 i. m. oV.loU.. Full nt
tpnd.uC2 is rtquvtteii. JSli'Clion ol
,T. BUOD1E, M. D.,
500 5t ' Piesidcnt.
"ANNUA Ij meeting.
rHE onnual iui.u.iiJig of the stock.
hoH'.cia of the W.ilUapu Hu;rar
Co. will be"helii ut ihe ofllec of O. W.
Uacfarluas A. Co., on MONDAY, Nov.
ith at 11 o'clock a. m.
TVm. ii. GRAHAM,
Honolulu, Oct. 29. lSS. HSU lw
A LL perbons are l.ertby no'ifled that
t. &ny det.ta contracted on behalf of
he estate of Jo.u Kipinda, without m
written order, wilf :iot be tai(l. And ull
person3 are also cuutiooed not to pur.
ihase any of the personal property be
ugint, to the s.iiil estate cicept trom
Miss. MARIa E5PINDA,
E.xecutris. jnUur the Will ol Joe Es
piacU, lute ot Luhnimi, Maui, de
cweil. Lih.iiua, Aiaui, Oct. 28, 1SS9. 301 1 w
HAVJE litis day aold ah ray light,
L title una intcrcjt in the Carriage
ilanufactory Business as- taried on by
aeon Fori "street, to Mr. Gideon VVcat.
Thanking the pt.blic frr then meay
oast fuvo.-s I v. ould Lespsak the Barne
Tor my sacce:or and having kpoviu
tlr. West for a number of years as n
;ractical caniage liulldsr I am aattafleil
hit he will ai-.e genrrril satinfr.ctiot.
f&iucd) W. H. PAGE.
Honolulu, Ost. 26, I860. 391 3v
f'f AVING t)Oui;)ii out Hi. W. II.
OL Pairs in Ui" ' HouoKda Carriage
Ujinufactory," at 128 r'ort street, I am
irepre;l to ccssisue tin' above buaine-"
inner the o'l mime in Uonolul.i Car.
isge Munufactoiy, and bsing un oli'
sperianceU cr.rriugc tiuildv-r I scllcil
.he patronage of my old friends K,wi the
public in general, anil with my thorough
knowle.lsjc ot the buaiacss nJ withci
.criered oil.inen and using only the
best motcriul I guaiautee jjeueril s His-
faction, l'lcat-e ck.11 irA s-e rue bsfoie
;JOiD SlSl'V. hci v.
as, itisji. .mji tr
MK. IIAHRY .J. AG.VEW, on account
of If nvlnir the Kingdom to locate
in Cjliforuia, offers for sal- the Pio
uerty owiifd bj him. Sniu Propeity
consists of hlr- piesent lesidence at
Ituplolaiii Pail kuowh .in "Gicentleld,"
this Piopeity intiht be sxumlned to be
.lppieciaied.' The Houe U neaily new
mil svell built and f iht be.t uuiteiial.
The Stables aiecomiiiodlouis, very handy
ami ample loom for the btoiage of cai
ilajjes, feed, etc.. in addition to that it
tins been the home of such hoihesu3
'Angle A.," ".Johnny GoliNinttli,"
Oiiceii Kanlolaiil.'' -'MinL." a.iul
lDttxHCr that wlll'loui; be Venfembered bj
tlit- pubiti. ot Honolulu. ma, mc
Household Furniture in said house.
The Land lus a li outage on the nuln
aveiuie of the Paik of 250 fiet and a
depth of 200 feet. Alio,
About 10 Acres of Land, foimcilya
p.irt of the I.tumlllo Ustutc, and lying
between tin; piopeity of V. II. Bailey
and Jais. Campbell, L-(j. Alio,
A Ueaiitlful Building Lot of about 3'.
Acres joining the fine lesidence of Cecil
Bro,u, Ksq. Also,
About 20 Lots in Ifaplolanl Paik.H
All that Pieoe of Land with Improve
ments, cornel Peiuiicoja aud Kln.ui
suefts, now occupied by Chai. A.
Itiowu, Usti. Also, j
Sbaies In W.iiinaualp StiKar Co.,
Slutual Telephone Co. and Jvaplrdanl
Paik Afesociatlon. ,v
1 Fine Top Buggy, 1 Head c.irt, 1
Phufton, 1 J5nll.y, Double and Single
Ilaiuess, liooti, ltittj, Bridles, Saddles,
aud a coinplrtc outilt for brcuUlng and
I- For poitlculars and piicea apply
to II, J. AUNKW.
Or,-PniL Opixugklt: 001 'iinepd
Auctioii solr !iy Jftmea F, Korean.
..-. . m i ii , i
Regular Jlash Saie!
TO-MORROW, Oct. 31 nt,
AT 10 O'C&OCK a. ir,
.o:n, CJmcn -trf-et, I Till
i I'u'iuc Auction,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
White ojirj flfjlOrfid i
limw auu uumcu . """"US'
oivloiiof P. M. Swanzr,
i's.;., lot ol
Household -:- Furniture
From the estate nf thn late John
JAS. F. AlORGAN,
Conliimilary -:- M
- TO -
Ur. PELIX 0LM311T.
Grand Yucal and Iustrumeutal
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Saturday, Nov. 2nd,
By Mi!. PIX1X OLLMT,
Aeaistod uv Local Amateure.
8S" Piuticul.ua will appear later
TitkeN ill be on side and teats re-
jcred 'without extra clinrgc, by J. K.
Blown & Co., 26 Merchant Ftrect.
Dissolution of Copai'tner
fvTOTICE is hereby jtiven that the co.
i( partnership of the Kalicolawc
ltnno'u Co , of the Island of Kahoolawc,
I-w lten dissolved. John Balnh Sneyd
KynneMey and Banrial VonTcmp-Uy
reir! frtm the firm. Clement Suejd
Kjuncuh-y is now the sole owner and
will carry en die business under the
CLLMENT fS. KYNNERSIEY.
Kohala, Sept. 26, 1889. tt85 lw
ELECTION of OFFJCEKS.
A T the annual meeting of the stock
jtl. hnldeis of Paia Plantation held
this- day, the following named officers
were elected to serve for the coming
President II. P. Baldwin.
Vice-Pietiileiit W. O. Alw.iter.
Tietiaurer J. B. Atherton.
Secretary T. II. Hobron.
T. W. HOBRON,
Honolulu, Oct. 29, 1P39. 310 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T the annual meeting
of the stock.
holders of the Haiku Buitar Co.
held at the office of the asents, the 29th
day of October, the following officers
were chosen for the ensuing jear, to
Prc3idcnl Hon. II, P. Baldwin.
Vice-President. .Hon. S. SI. Damon.
Tieasurur Hon. S. K. Castle.
Secretary...... Hon. J. U. Atherton.
Auditor E. W. Peterson.
J. B. ATHERTON,
t-ecretary II. H. Uo.
Honolulu, Oct. J9, 18&9. J9C lw
ELECTION of OFFJOEKS.
AT the annual meeting of tins Hecia
Apncultural Co, (Cd), laid Oclo.
her 23, !8S9, the following officers were
elected to act for the ensuing year:
A. A schheim Pi esident,
J. P. Mendonca Vice President,
15. ()i dciistcin Treasurer,
A. yartenberi; Secretary,
W. P. Allen Auditor.
The 1'bove mcntioncxl olllccrs compose
the Koird ot Directors.
S0 lw Secretary II. A. C, (LM).
THE undrrsigiiLd Deputy Assessor &
Collector of Taseb for the Distiict
of Lahainn, I-land of Maui, lieieby
gives notice to the tux payers of the
said itistrltf tiir.t lie win meet tuem at
the time and planes below peeillcd for
the rmri)0"c of receiving their tu.es
A. D. 1S80 :
WEDNESDAY, Nov. Gth, 1SSU, at Ka-
THURSDAY, Nov. 7th, 18S9, at Uono.
FRlDxVY, Nov. 8th, 1SS9, at Kaann-
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 18tli, 1559, at
And all other days dminc; the month of
November ami of Decemlier, to the 15th
day, at his olilco in the Court House at
Depuiv Assessor & Collector ol Taxes,
.District of I.ahnina, Maul.
Lifmini., Blaui, Oct. 'ii, 189D. U35 3
rJ? ii rj
OF THE LATEST FASHIONS
taction Sties by torn F. Sorgafi
On SATUKDAV, Nov. Snil,
AT 1 O'CLOUIt JiOON,
A" mv rtilean om, Queen street, I will
tell a Public Auction, fi rnccuunt
of whom it may onccrn
SO Wll A ItJSS SO
Ookala Sugar Plantation Stock
Pat Value of $t00 Kucli.
,IAS. l MORGAN,
83:1 fit Auctioneer.
AUCTION 3Al.fi OF
On SATURDAY, Novt 2nd,
. XT ia:is LUCK xoos,
(Iminedlntcly nftct the talc of Oovurn
meat Bonds; I will evil at PulilP- Auc
Hon at thn stable: ot rrir nf the olilcc of
Hon. J I. Dowsptt, Qikcp fatreit,
15 Hawaiian Bnfl liite,
5 Year Old, llnlter Biot :n;
15 Horses & Mares,
Broken to Saddle.
C?T" The st( cl; can be scpii at the
gublea on morning of silei
TAS. V. MORG-AIT,
AND OTHER STOCKS !
BY order of f. h GREEN and Alex.
YOUNG, liXKUtora of the last
will and testament of tMinon Hardinsile,
dec2r.3fd, I nm diicctcd to t ell at Public
Auction nt my aaUsrotm on Queen
street, in Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 2ml,
AT 1 O'CLOCK SOON,
36 - SHAKES - 36
Of the Capital Stock cf the
Par Value $100 a Share.
20 -SHARES -20
Of tho Capital Stock of the
Par Value $50 Each.
i 1 Hawaiian Government Bonds 1
Of $03 each bearing (1 percent per
annum free of taxes.
3 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of $1,003 each bearing fl peicent per
annum frit of taxes.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
87.3 Id Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Leases of
Desirable Biiililiog Lois!
AT WAf K1KI.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. IS,
AT 12 O'CLOCSt XOON,
At my Salerllom, Queen street, by order
of H. II. H. Liliuokalani, I will
sell, at Public Auction,
Tim Lease for 20 Years!
Of the following Deiiruble Building
i.ots, suitanic lor residences, siiunic'i iu
Waikiki, on the main road, and being a
portion of the Wa!kil;i property of H.
LOT A Size 175 fer-t front and ISC feet
deep; this Lot adjoins the
bridge Mid U on the main
toad lciulirib to the 1'urk
Tho Lot is fenced.
LOT B Adjoining Lot A, lias a front
age of 120 feet on main road,
and is ISO feet deep.
LOT C adjoining Lot B. lrontnuc of
" 120 feet on main road, 180
LOT D Adjoining Lot O on main
road. Has liO feet frontage
and u depth of 180 feet.
LOT E -size 1 10 fret by SfiO fert, at
lear of Lots A, B, O, I) ; his a
liontage n a new road 35
feet wide, connecting with
main road to Park.
LOT F Adjoining Lot Ej sizo 110 by
LOT G-AdJo!n!ng Lot P; size M0 by
LOT H Adjoining Lot O ; size 140 by
, 0CO feet.
LOT I Adjoining Lot U ; size M0 by
All these Lots are level and well
planted with j-rasn. Tho WaikiUl Cms
run past the liont of the Lots.
'Iho Lots are situated about 60 feet
ftmi tho beach.
Parties purchasing any of there Lots
will receive gratis a 20 yenr linsu of GO
f jut of land on the beach, for erection of
hnth.hoiiscs and bathing fiicilitiei.
Bents p'inbte flcmi-unnuaiiy in au.
A Chart of the Property can bo teen
ut my tMiksroom.
GBTFor fuither particulars apply to
JAS; F. MORGAN,
381 S3t Auctioneer,
I'? issuing n new form of in-in ant-e which protides, in tin- event of drntli, for a tPturn of nil premiums paid In ad
dition to the amount nf the po icy, ir. bliould tin- insured stniiu' n ghtui iniuibur of years, the Couipatiy will
ntltin nil the prt'tiiiuuiB paid witli iuti'ic-t ; m, iiittnd ol ncci-ptinj.' 1 1 - point nud profits in ensh tin- Iciral ho der
limy, WITHOUT iMEDlCAI. I-XAMINA'lHfN iinil N l'lHOUl HR'UlKl. I'AY.MKNTOl' I'HKMIUMH, ftiLu in
lieu thereof the amount of policy nud ptolits in FULLY PAID UP iusitruni'i', paiticipating nuiuiidly In dividends.
Hctnember, this contract i3 issued by the oldest Life Insurance Compnny in the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution In the Woild, its absets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six MilliouH of Dollars.
;T" For full particulars call on or
- .5. i
R. BAKNFIKLT) will give ln-4iur.
liou in Paintintr nn.l Drnwli.if at
his studio, Sprecicelfc' Block, oa Tue
days, ThursiUjs and b umd.it s after
noon, coiniuenciin: October I20tb. The
course Includes Freehand aud Media,
nical Drawing, Perspective, Etc ninw.
ing nnd Shuding from the object.
Tdonochrome Painting and Painting
from Nature, Still Lite, Etc, In oil and
waiiTcrlors Letter may be addressed
to P. O. Box No. 450. 330 lw
I will sell'at the veiy lowest pi iocs,
GOODS & FIXTURES,
blocks, -:- Watches,
Violins, Ctorios, Etc.
If I cannot sell ihein before December
1, 1&80, they will be sold at auction.
Dr. M. E. CSWOSS3IAN,
Will return on the Australia due Nov.
eiubiT ITith nnd icsumc practice ot his
fniinur oil'ccJS Hotel stiee'. 3S3 td
MRS. MONROE, ladies' nurse, ha3
temoved to No. , Kukui Uue.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
SANDER'S Baggage Exprcs" Oftloe
has mnouul to the ohl httnd, No,
Ml Klntc street, directly opposite the ono
recently occupied H7S lm
YOUNG HOP and JOE MARIA,
Colbuin & Co.'s Buildinc; rd llnnr,
(formerly occupied by J. M, Oat & Co),
corner Queen & Nuunuu streets Woik
done with neatness nud dispatch.
IURNIHITED Rooms to letr
? southwest corner of
ii Punrhbowl nnd Bcrctunla
would be very convenient for n
LATE Residence of
Mr. Frank Brown,
Mr. James Love,
LATE Residence of
Mr. M. Oreon,
'JIU Fmt street.
CJ TORE. 12l. , now occupied liy
D Mr. Wolfs, (lioccr,
IQT Apply to
A. J. OAIlTWltlGIIT,
S09 tf ' Merchunt tret.
r i r k. w yo ys tz
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
if wmr , mmvi mimmwms?
i r" t - T
Black Spanish L.ice Flouncing, from $1 yard upward.
Black Chaulilly Lace Flouncing, fioni .$2 yard upward.
Eciu, Cream & White Oriental Flouncing, from GOcts yaid upward.
Extra Heavy (new style) Oriental Flouncing, fioin $1.25 yaid upward.
Dress IMets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
Full assoitment of all fluides of Cashmere, Moiree, Satin
Grain Ribbon. Velvet Rugs in all bizes just received.
Best variety iu Cambric, Swis3 & Nainsook Embroideries at
J3. 1B E2HULI3R. Sc OO.
Chas, J. Fisliel's New Advertisement
i Vim'S" KTKBKT, I5HNOLlIfiir.
new g-o6dbjust to hand
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Colgate & Cot's Celebrated Perfumes & Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
WARRANTED GENUINE & IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fins Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
Having purchased from J. J. Me!chcr3, V. Z. Schiedam. Holland, tho sole
right to trje hiu
"Elelit" Laliel fop 61a. In Ibis KiurjlDi,
Which label hears the picture of nn elephant, under palm trees, printed in
different colors, and also the words
"Greatest Gin Distillery of tbe Netherlands, registered; J, J.
Melchers, W. I Schiedam,"
And having been granted a Ceitiltcato of Registration for tho term of
twenty years, dating fiom the 17lh day of September A. D. 1889, under
the hand and beal of L. A. ThuiBton, Jliniator of the Interior for tlie
Hawaiian IhIuikIb, for the cxcluslvo usq of tho aaid label throughout the
Hawaiian Kingdom, all porsnna aro hereby warned not to use tho aakl
label, or any imitation thctcof, under penalty of the law.
304 ltn Wp c, PEACOCK.
jU.j- ..Sii.ii Ai i.v.. .
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
0 - TL"ifTnrrtTim"nr"TT"T
under tho management of MISS
Ul--,i'.. - n
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