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t-THE CRISIS AT HONOLULU.
Tho Fotltlons for a British Protec
torate and tho Pledges of Half a
Washington, Sept. 21. Tho hur
ried pnssngoby (lio Hawaiian Legis
lature of n resolution of a want of
confuloiK'o in tho now Cabinet, only
two clays after its appointment, is
one moro token of tho political
turmoil in tho islands. Tho Queen
had just broken a deadlock Hint had
lasted two weeks by tho selection or
a now ministry, but horullort qttiekly
proved futile. The most suggestive
incident, however, in tho now phase
of tho prevailing discontent, is the
circulation of petitions to Queen
Victoria to take tho islands under
That can novor be. The renewal
of British annexation in the Pacific
during tho last few mouths, includ
ing tho grabbing of Johnston Island
and tho Gilbort archipelago, may
seem to favor this move to put Ha
waii also under John Hull's guard
ianship; but tho real alternative for
tho kingdom, should the present
dynasty uo overthrown, is a repub
lic, or else annexation to the United
States. A British protectorate is
absolutely out of tho question.
In King Kalakaua tho United
States possessed such a warm friend
and admirer, that had he been un
able to hold tho throne, his intluence
would perhaps have gone toward a
republic on tho American system or
annexation to the Union. But the
avowed sympathy of his sister and
successor with tho English and per
haps tho further fact that Mr. Cleg
horn, tho father of tho hoir appa
rent, Princess Victoria Kaiulani, is
of British birth, may encourage tho
petitions now circulating.
But there has been no gain of real
importanco for British influence in
tho islands. Queen Liliuokalani had
an American husband, Jfr. John O.
Doniinis of Boston; and although
his death may have somewhat weak
ened American intluence with the
Queon, and although she has frankly
stated that hor closest friends
are among tho British, she is yet
thoroughly informed of the value of
tho relations of hor kingdom with tho
United States. Certainly she would
not sj'iupathizo with petitions seek
ing to make her tho mere puppet of
British control. As to Mr. Cleghorn,
during his last visit to "Washington,
ho made no secret of his preferences
for annexation to America, should
Hawaiian autonomy over bo oor
thrown, which of course, he did not
expect. Although born in Scotland,
he loft that country before ho was
five years old, and has lived in Ha
waii fort3 years. "My sympathies,"
ho said, ''are not with Great Britain,
but with tho United States. f the
Hawaiian Hag is ever to bo sup
planted by any other, which God
forbid, wo would rather see in its
place tho tlag of tho United States
than that of any othor nation." Ho
also thought that if the propo.-cd
naval station should bo established
at Pearl Kiver Harbor, and tho
Monroo doctrine extended to the
islands, there could bo no danger of
any European Government obtain
ing a foothold.
But the anti-British or tho anti
American views of any individual
are of minor consequence in this
matter. Tho position and strategic
importanco of the Hawaiian Islands
are such that a British protectorate
over them could not bo suU'ered.
The treaties existing between tho
United States and Hawaii conllict
with any such notion. In 1812,
whilo Daniel Webster was Secretary
of State, President Tyler published
a declaration called out by certain
indications of a desire on tho part of
England and Franco to subvert the
native Government. This document
declared that thoro would bo "dis
satisfaction on tho part of tho Unit
ed States at aii3' attempt by any
othor power, should such attompt bo
threatened or feared, to take posses
sion of tho islands, colonize them,
and subvert tho native Government.
Considering, thoroforo, that tho
United St.'ites possess so very largo
a share of intercourse with those isl
ands, it is deemed not unfit to make
tho declaration that their Govern
ment seeks, nevertheless, uo peculiar
advantages, no exclusive control
ovor tho Hawaiian Government, but
is content with its independent exist
ence, and anxiously wishes for its
security and prosperity. Its forbear
ance in this respect, under the cir
cumstances of the very large inter
course of their citizens with the isl
ands, would justify this Government,
should events hereafter ariso to re
quire it, in making a decided remon
strance against the adoption of an
opposite policy by any other power."
The following year this joint declar
ation was promulgated, having been
signed at Loudon, Nov. 28. 181!$:
"Hor Majesty the Queen of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland and His Majesty the
King of tho French, taking in con
sideration tho existence in the Sand
wich Islands of a Government capa
ble of providing for the regulation
of its relations with foreign nations,
have thought it right to engage re
ciprocally to consider tho Sandwich
Islnuds as an independent State, and
novor to take possession either direct
ly or under title of protectorate, or
undor any othor form, of any part
of tho territory of which they are
This is tho stipulation niado forty
nine years ago, and, so far as any
thing to tho contrary appears, is
binding to-day. Probably the peti
tioners now seeking Victoria's pro
tection are not aware of its existence.
But oven without such a compact
the case would bo tho same, Tho
London Times onco called Pearl
Ilivor harbor "tho key of tho Paci
fic;" and tho people of tho United
States have uo intention of seeing
that kov passed into tho pocket of
John Bull. Having sedulous! v re
frained from encouraging tho desire
for an American protectorate ex
pressed in the islands in former
5'oars, tho United States Government
would not tolerate a British protec
torate thoro now, New York Hun,
Ono of the best recent accounts of
Siberia will bo found in Mr. J. M.
Price's nowlv published illustrated
volume entitled From the Arctic Ocean
to the Yellow Sen. Mr. Price, who is
an artist, was sent by tho proprie
tors of the Illustrated London News
with an expedition that was in
tended to open up a direct trade
with the interior of Siberia, Tho
route followed was that previously
taken by Captain Wiggins, who,
however, was prevented from going
on this occasion, bv way of tho Arc
tic Ocean and the ljiver Yenisei.
This river is one of tho greatest in
tho world, being 10 miles wide 100
miles from its mouth. Tts water
system covers an area of nearly
2,000,000 square miles, and its length
is something like 5000 miles. Fif
teen hundred miles from its mouth
is tho city of Yeniseisk, where all
tho luxuries of civilisation are to be
found, although tho thermometer is
often, ovem in August, 28 dog. below
zero (Weauniur). It seems strange
to hear that in this remote and little-known
town "there is a capital
club house, which would pass
muster anywhere, to which is
attached a theatre and a ball-room,
with a delightful floor, and per
formances or dances two or three
times a week." The wealth of Yeni
seisk is derived from the neighbor
ing gold mines which 'employ SOO0
laborers. Still more flourishing is
Irkutsk, tho capital of Eastern Si
beria, a town of -10.000 inhabitants,
and abounding in millionaires, who
have made their fortunes chiefly by
gold mining. Irkutsk has two ca
thedrals, 22 handsome churches, 19
public schools, six hospitals, an ob
servatory with an English telescope,
a geographical institute, and two
clubs. The mayor is a millionaire,
who has a splendid picture gallery.
Hero in tho very heart of Asia life
seems to bo enjoyable enough, at any
rate to tho wealthy, and it is evident
that Russia is spreading European
civilization, on its material side at
any rate, throughout hor vast Asiatic
territory. This, however, is only as
regards tho towns. Tho country tra
versed bv Mr. Price is tommy mon
otonous and dreary, and, as ho sa;
"From one end to tho othor of
enormous continent all is tho same,
and if you have studied ono portion
of it you have studied all. For my
own part 1 can assort that I saw
absolutely no differences either in
tho build of tho houses or the dress
and customs of tho inhabitants all
tho way from Golchika, tho tiny set
tlement on tho Tundras far away
within tho Arctic cirelo and Kiakhta,
a distanco of nearly IIOOO miles."
Ono of tho most remarkablo of Mr.
Price's experiences was the crossing
of Lake Baikal on the ice. Tho dis
tance across this extraordinary sheet
of water is over 150 miles, and it took
four hours and a half to accomplish.
Tho remainder of tho route to the
Chinese frontier was through Mon
golia, a country in its way perhaps
as interesting as Siberia, though the
iournev through it is attended by
much greater hardships. Tho Mon
gols, once the most terrible conquer
ing race in tho world, are now, ac
cording to Mr. Price, a quiet, harm
less people, who are being gradually
merged among tho Chinese, and re
tain only ono of their old national
characteristics their splendid horse
THE PIN PUZZLE
There is a new Puzzle out. This Inno-oent-looklng
brain tormentor li railed tlio
Pin 1'im.lo, iiinl nnyboily win ninko one for
hinieli with a lilt of paper and pencil mill
six phis. Here Is (lie diagram:
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
OKKKU KOU SAU'l
The object is to stick six plus on
six of the blaolc ilots in such a milli
ner tlint no two pins idinll I hi on the
sumo line, either horizontal, vertical or
' Atliouuh It limy bo dillloult to work out
this Puzzle, still there is no dltlleulty in un
ilcrstiimllni' or appreciating tho Polioics Is
sued bv the ElUfTAM.KbI.I MS ASSUH
A NOV. SO01 KT Y. They are elenr, business
like, eoiu'No ami simple.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
(loneral Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
a'.kx. enoss .i sons
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
We are also prepared to take orders for
Messrs. N. OlT.lD.ii.clt. & Oo.'s
jlnmtrtiig prompt ik'llvery.
a lnstlng lirllllanoy to
J ins is a superior I mill wu, uwu-
less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting iiriiunuoy io c
Used with driors It gives n splendid
PICNIC and BANC
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No. 124,
11AVK DECIDKD TO (1IVK A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Cornod Boof
t'AKAFIINi: PUNT I'O.'h
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jaruoes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Puns.
rpHK UOYAt, HAWAIIAN IIOTKl.CO.
JL lias IciimmI the property belonging to
A. Herbert, K-).. in Wnlkikl, which for
the present, will bo open to the public ns
an annex 01 the Hotel, and will ho known
as the "Hotel Park Annex." Besides the
main hoii'-c there are Three Cottages ad
mirably adapted for families:
1 The "Windmill Cottage" containing 0
ltooius. Kitchen and l.anai.
'J The "Orecu Cottage" containing Par
lor, 1 Itcd liooius, Kitchen, Pantry, Hath
:i The "Seaward Cottage" with 4 Good
ltooms and a Dressing ltomu.
All the Cottages arc well-nppolnted In
Furniture. Kittinirs, etc., and tenants will
bo entitled to bathing privileges. The sea
bathing being unsurpassed on the Island.
Tho Main lltiilding will be reserved for
the use of tho guests of tho Hotel, but it
may be rented for Picnics, Uathiug Par
tics, Dinners and Dances, etc., for nil which
purpose It oilers exceptional advantages.
A charge of Twenty-live (fi5) Dollars will
bo Hindu for the u--o of the House and
Grounds including ltathing, Lights, etc.:
prepayment Is required for Intended use of
the Main Building and Grounds.
fip- Kor further particulars application
should bo made to the Manager of the
lloyal Hawaiian Hotel. JWT-tf
Coin Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Sons of St Geoijp Picnic
The MonarcliTaFE Dailies
THE SAN FRANCISCO
HAS KSTA1H.1SHK1) TItK
WHICH OKI'ims OI'l'DtlTttNITIKR TO
The Residents of Hawaii
For tho Purchase of floods In tho
Markets? San Francisco
Are Receiving New Iiivolecg'ol
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
; Assets, S6,124,057.
New York Life Ins. Co.,
Paper Patterns !
Wc Can Buy Goods
Lower than the Lowest Market Price I
matter what you want,
KUI.L 1,1 NK OK-
prices whieh we established
commencing CASH Kindness.
Death in the Cigarette.
It is limo that tho attention of all
responsible persons should bo seri
ously directed to tho provalonco and
increase ol tobacco smoking among
boys. Hero and there, as wo have
recently bhown, there have boon ob
served expressions of a strong repug
nance existing in the public mind
against this form of juvenile perver
sity; but wo still lack the support of
a general and outspoken objection
to its continuance At thosamo timo
we feel assured that no man who has
really given any thought to tho mat
tor would hesitate in condemning
tho injurious foil' of this practice.
Stunted growth, impaired digestion,
palpitation, and tho othor evidences
of nerve exhaustion and irritability
have again and again impressed a
lesson of abstinonco whieh has
hitherto been far too little regarded.
A further stage of warning has been
reached in a case which latoly camo
before tho coroner for Liverpool.
A lad was in tho habit of smok
ing cigarettes and cigar ends,
mid after an attack of sickness died
somewhat suddenly. Tho post-mor
tem examination revealed fatty
changes in tho heart, which thoro
was little doubt, as tho verdict hold,
had been fatally supplemented in
their inlluonco by the smoking habit
referred to. This, of course, is an
extreme example. It is also, how
over, after all, only the strongly
colored illustration of effects upon
health which are daily realised iu
thousands of instances. Not even
iu manhood is the pipo or cigar in
variably safe. Much less can it bo
so regarded when it ministers to tho
unbounded whims and cravings of
every heedless urchin. Clearly thoro
is need of soino controlling powor
hero. Tho parent in certain classes
is almost as ignorant of consequences,
and probably often quite as apathe
tic, as his boy. Whore ho can bo
roused to the active exorcise of his
authority in repression ho should
bo. Jn very many cases ho cannot,
and wo have therefore no hesitation
in assorting once more our convic
tion that it is incumbent upon the
Legislature, iu view of its known
pernicious eil'eel upon mind and
body during boyhood, to restrict
this habit by an ago limit which will
fall outside this period. Lancet.
"During my term of sorvico iu tho
army I contracted chroniodiarrluna,"
says A, J3. Bonding, of Halsoy, Or
egon, "Since then I have used a
great amount of medicine, but when
I found any that would give mo re
lief they would injure my stomach,
until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrlnua Itomody was brought
to my notice. 1 used it and will say
it is the only remedy that gave mo
permanent relief anil no bad results
follow." Jor sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith k Co., Agents for the
On Saturday, Nov. 5th.
LOOK OUT KOU A (J001) TIME 1
Return Tickets $1; Children 50c.
Foot Races, Gaines, Etc., Etc.
Good Prizes to be Competed For I
Dancing in the Pavilion!
C. 0. BERGER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Armory Building, Berelania St.
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The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
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eveninus, from 7:Iiil to 10. Friday ovening
for I.adius and their l'Ncorts only. Jtioyclo
Ix!ssons: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day. Bicyclp Repairing Solicited.
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Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maplo, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
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tf If you nrc in need of anything
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$ i).7.r. Per Cord
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Thoo. 0. Porter
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
J. W. GUNST, M. D.
Has removed to Dr. Foote's promises and
ollico, corner of Punchbowl and Itoro-
tanla streets, during his ab-.ence.
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RKi-L'w - Or to Wilder it Co.
Commission Agents. .
aoi:nt of tiii:
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iftfi.oO Per Cord Sawed
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The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
POIl TUB CKI.KIIIIVTIIII
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receive Orders for theso Kngines,
of any size mid stylo.
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