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VOL. IV. NO. 585.
HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2b', 18!)2.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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Wildert Steamship Co.
W. 0. Wimikb, Prcs. B. H. llosn, Sec.
Oatt. .1. A. Kino, Port Supt.
Will leave Honolulu nt 2 r. M., touching at
l.ahaina, Maalaca liny ami Makcnn the
same dnyj Mahukona, Kawailmo mill Lau
pahoohoo tlio following day, arriving nt
Hilo nt midnight.
. I.KA.VKS HONOLULU:
Friday, Doc. 2d
Itcturulng leaves Hilo, touching nt Luu
pahochoc same dny; Kawaihac a, m.j Mn
liukona 10 A. M.; Mukeiui 4r.JM.j Maalnca
Bay (J p. m.j Lahainn 8 r. m. tlio following
dny j nrrivlng nt Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
AUUIVES AT HONOLULU:
Wednesday, Nov. 30th
Saturday, Dec. 10th
No Freight will bo received after
11! noon on day of sailing. -
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday nt r
i. m., touching nt Knhulul, Huclo, Hana,
Hmnon and Kipahulu, Mmii; nnd 1'nnti
Returning will nrrivo at Honolulu every
BJP"- No Freight will be received after
1 v. m. on nay of bailing.
Consignees must be at tlio landings to
receive their Freight, as wo will not hold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
has been landed.
Whllo the Company will use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any responsibility in case of the
loss of same.
The Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless plnced in tho care
Beware of Imitations !
I CAUTION the Public against the ofler
ings of "Normal Sanitary Jaeger
Underwear" advertised by unscrupulous
houses to mislead the public The
& Cannot bo purchased there, but
only nt my Store.
For tho Hawaiian Islnnds of Dr. mod. G.
Jaeger's Sanitary Underwear.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Lire Insurance Co,,
ffitna Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co,,
OF SAN FltANOISCO, OAL.
THE HAWAII BOLOMUA
DAILY AND WKKICLY
Leading Journals in tlio Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the largest Circulation on tho Islands
and is the Itest Medium for
Mil, Tnos. K. Katiianiui, will lecolvuall
advertisements and transact all business
Omen: "llrwilir Mock." corner
Nuuunu nnd Queen street (upstairs).
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian" Mail Service.
For San Francisco :
Tho new nnd fine At Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanle Steamship Company will
be due nt Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for tho nhovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland:
The new and fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for the above ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES. "
For further particulars regarding
Freight or Paisage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call ot Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" Dec. 12, mi
Stmr. "Ocennic' Jnn. 11, 18!
Stmr. "China" Feb. 20, lh!).i
Stmr. "Gaelic" April 11, lsnii
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to tho above port on
or about tho following dates:
Stmr. "City of Rio do Janeiro"
, Dec. 30, 1892
Stmr. "Belgio" Feb. 8, 18!KJ
Stmr. "City of Poking". .March 31. 18!)3
Stmr. "Oceanic",.... May 7, 1893
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $360.
IW For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HAGEFELD & CO.,
20- tf Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Frnncisco.
Arrive Honolulu. J.eme Honolulu.
MONOWAI, Dec. 1(1 1 ALAMKDA, Dec. 1ft
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated Mny 10, 1892.)
-MANUFACTUllKKB OF THJ5
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horizontal it Upright,
Stationary it Marine,
Gns it Uasolinu Engines,
Pumps tt Launches.
618-tf Solo Agont for Hnwalinn Ihhuids.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and Coffee
AT ALL IlOUItS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
K. J. ISTOLTE, Prop.
IMPOllTKll AND DKALKll IN
Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves c& ITizszt-u-res
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & KITCHEN UTENSILS
Agate "Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GUAY and SILVER-PLATED;
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
"Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos.
C II AS. II U S T A O E ,
IMl'OHTEIt AXD DKAI.KU IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Every
I&- All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited nnd packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
LEWIS &c GO-,
TKMSPHOXK LM0J HI FORT STREET. 1. O. Uox 217.
IMI'OIWEHB, WHOIiKSAI.K AXD KKTAII, DKAIiKUS IX
Groceries and Provisions.
OX lOK-Hy enuli ijtenimir of tho O. B. fi. Co. from Cnllfornhi-Kresh Cnlifornia lloll
Itutter, Frozen Oyhters nnd Fresh Californin Kruits, Fish, Claiuo, Vegctahles, ctu,
A complete lino of CJros'-e Si lllaekwell's nnd J. T. Morton's Ciumed and Kottled Goods
always on hand.
Just received n Fresh I.lno of (ionium Fates and Potted Meats and Jlottled Preserved
Fryits, Lowis it Co.'s Mnlteso llrand Suunr Cured Hums and Itncon, Nciw llreakfast
Cereals, Creniu Ont Flakes nnd Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily U'luons, California Itiver
sido Ornngeb, Oreijou llurhank Potatoes, etc. Hatisfaetton juarauteed.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPOHTUKB AND DKAI.KUS IN
Groceries, Fro-visioris strid Feed.
Now Goods Ileceived by Kvery Packet from tho Kastern States and KuroK.
FUF.SH OAMFOKXIA PHODUOK 1IY KVKltY BTK.VMKH.
All Orders faithfully nttojidcd to and Goods delivered to any part of tho City free.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Hlaat Corner Port Sc Kine Streets,
cl o". McCarthy,
(N1:V 1IUI.LKTIN 11I.OCK, MUUC'IIANT STItKKT)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY miSINKSS RNTltUSTKD TO ME Wll.Ii ItKCElVK PItOMPT ATTENTION.
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
!)." & 97 KING STREET.
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
Butter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
Satisfaction Kiutrnutccd. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. EOX 372.
P. 0. HON 115.
MEMBERS OF TAX APPEAL BOARDS
Commissioned by the Minister ot Finance
for the Year 1892.
Hllo-C. K. UIchnuKou,
District Puna It. ltycrolt, W. Kninmi.
District JCou-t". Ma'comber, .T. ('. Senile.
DNtrict S. Konn (.'. Ktii'o, Mohm ltnr
rett. District N. Konn 1). Xitmnnu, flcorgo
District X. Kohnln .1. Mcaulrc, K North
rop. District H. Kohnhi V. Spuuccr, T.
D!sti'i;i Hnnmkun H. Hull, SI. 1.
District N. Hilo Jns. JIntoon, I). Kn
District Hann J.
District Wailukt .1
V.. Lyons, V. K.
T. Aluli, Pntrick
District Molokni and
Cookett, I.. K. Kupihca.
District l.almina 1. M.
District Makawao K.
David P. Kldridge.
District Wnimea and Xiiliatt II. D.
Conniit, D. Kun.
District Hnualei K. T. O. Jlryant, 1..
District Kawailiau K. I.indeman, 0. 15.
District Koloa Y. G. Smith, Kekoa.
District Lihuo H. D. WNlmrd, Jo-in
District Honolulu W. V. Allen, .1. T.
District Kwn and Wtiimmu A. .1
bell, ,T. It. Holt, Jr.
District Waialua Jas. Gny, Kniaika
waha. District Koolauloa Jas. Consul, Jns.
District Koolaupoko Jns. Olds, It. Ma
kahnlupn. K. C. MACFAUI.AXK,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, October HI, IS!)-'.
Tenders ill be received at the Attorney
General's Olllco till 11 o'clock noon, on
TUKSDA.Y, tho L!)tli day of November,
1892, for furnishing the Oaliu Prison for
One Year beginning on Thursday, the 1st
dny of December, l&SJ.', with the following
supplies at such times nnd in such pinnti
ties as mny bo required:
The Mnrshal or such other olllcer as lie
may designate, will make the requisitions,
and nil supplies will 1e subject to his in
spection ami approval.
The amounts set opposite certain items
in the Schedule are tho appmslmnto re
quirements for the one year, hut all tho
supplies are to bo furnished as required by
Ilids will be accepted either for the whole
list or a part.
The, Contractor will bo required to fur
nish suitable bond for tho faithful perfor
mance of his contract.
All Tenders must be distinctly marked
"Tenders for Supplies, Oaliu Pii-on," and
must bu sealed.
The Attorney-General does not bind him
self to accept the lowest or any bid.
Attorney-General's Olllce, November 18,
Pol, er lb., 10,000 lbs. more or less
Fresh Meat, per lb.
Hard llread Medium, peril)., between IOOO
and f000 lbs. per month,
llread, fresh loaves, per loaf.
Salmon, red, (I to 7 bbls. per uioiiIIa
Tea, per lb., about (.00 lbs.
Coll'eo, per lb., Konn In bean, about liUO lbs.
lleniis, per lb., white or red.
Potatoes per lb.
Onions, per lot.
Itieo No, 1, average (I bags per month.
liar Soap, brown, per lb.
Sugar No. 'J, wr lb.
Milk, per quart.
Straw Hats, small, per Am,, .'1 do.
Mini Denim, per yard.
Ilrown Denim, per yard.
Canvas No. 1 per yard,
Maukets, per pair, small.
Kerosene Oil, per case, fienhos per mouth.
Galvanised Iron Duckets, per doc, l!i
Tin Dinner Pails per doz., double and
Brooms, yard, per do.
I.Iimi per bbl., I to '1 bbls. per month.
Cement, per bbl., 1 to '1 bbls. per month.
Shoes, Jtrogaas, ,'l doc pair, small, per
Hay, California, per ton.
Oats, New Zealand, per ton.
Solo Leather. ' WIMU
The "Special (junrantlno Hegulations
Against Cholera" issued on Iholtli day
of Soptomlnir, 18!).', aiu hereby suspended
until further notice.
lly order of the Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, Nov. SI, 180-.', 68i-3t
A National Policy.
1 hnvo road with unfoiguod ploas
uro tlio lolturs from Air. Olocmi and
Air. Etmuulutli, which appear in to
day's Advertiser. Those gentlemen
probably differ from me, at present,
with regard to tho points under dis
oussion, but they do so without
thinking it necessary to misrepresent
ni arguments or to question my
Air. Oloson will, 1 am sure, pardon
1110 if I eoujilo his letter .vith Mr.
Emmeluth's 111 my reply, for it is a
physical impossibility that 1 should
give a separate roply to each or the
correspondents who have done me
tho favor to discuss my recent letter.
One almost insuperable dilliculty
which I have to meet is the tendency
of most writers to use expression's
which evidently convey to 1110 a
moaning that they have no desire to
convoy. For example, Mr. Oloson
has apparently no conception of
what I mean by froo trade; what he
moans by it is evidently reciprocal
trade between two countries as
against other countries. Unless wo
can agree on tho meaning of such
words as Ireo trade, cession, naval
station, etc., thoro will bo no end to
our controversy. I must, therefore,
premise that when I vrito; I do so
as a member of tho Hawaiian com
monwealth; that 1 have in view
neither England nor tho United
States; ajul that tho terms I employ
must bo interpreted by tho usages
of the English language, and not by
the arbitrary meanings which any
writer may mentally attach to them.
I understand, then, "free trade" to
mean trade in certain articles, which
is absolutely free to all tho world.
3y "cession of harbor or of terri
tory," J understand transfer not of
proporty, but of Hag. For example,
in tho case of tho cession of Heli
goland no ownership of property
passed, but tho properly is now held
under German law instead of under
By "naval station," I understand
a port whero ships of war of the sov
ereign power have tho right to re
main during poaco or war, as Gibral
tar, Hongkong, etc.
1 am then invited by both your
correspondents, to present a "policy
of commercial progress" for tho res
toration of our internal prosperity.
This is rather a largo order, and if 1
were asked to show how wo wore to
recovor tho missing four or five mil
lion of dollars which tho abolition
of sugar duties in the United States
litis cost us, I should bo afraid to at
tempt it; but 1 am not afraid to at
tempt to answer, in good faith, tho
questions which have been put to
1110 in good faith.
I will roply in tho affirmative to
Mr. Emmoluth's questions as fol
lows: First 1 am in favor of a treat
with the United States which shall
allow a free exchange of commodi
ties, tho actual product of the two
countries. (Some oxeoptions, as li
quors, aro of course understood.)
Second I am in favor of extend
ing tho time for which Pearl Harbor
has already been granted (if that is
the correct term) to tho United
States, for advantages equivalent in
value to thoso granted us by tho
treaty of Nov. 20, 1887; but as thoso
special advantages have all but dis
appeared, 1 shouldstipulato for their
being replaced by equivalent conces
sions, as I have stated.
I question tho wisdom of Mr. Em
moluth's roforenco to tho generosity
of the United States. I bolievo firm
ly in the generosity with which sho
has always treated, and will always
treat this nation, but tho fair-mindedness
and sense of justice of tho
United States aro all wo have a right
lo speak of in negotiating a commer
cial treaty, and tho generosity is
more likoPy to be shown to us if we
do not keep reminding our neigh
bors that we aro counting upon it.
My ropty to Mr. Oloson must bo
more general, because ho invites mo
to indicate a policy. I must begin
by indicating what seem to bo the
difficulties with which wo have to
1. Tho compensation, which wo
thought wo should retain under the
reciprocity treaty, has boon all but
swept away; aim our national in
come is reduced by perhaps Jive mil
lions of dollars.
2. An impression has been con
voyed to the newspapers and tho
statesmen of other countries, that
there aro men of influence in this
country, who would bo willing to sou
part of tho Hawaiian territory ceded
to the United Stntes, in loturn for
!J. An impression has also been
conveyed to tho same quarters, that
we are living on tho verge of riots
and revolutions, and havo nearly lost
the instinct of self-government.
1. The result is that unquestion
ably the Hawaiian commonwealth
(in which I include myself aud all
my correspondents in your columns)
has fallen in the estimation of the
B. By the apparent inihti.se of
terms of delicate meaning, a suspi
cion of disloyalty aud infidelity has
gathered around some of those who
ought to be directing Hawaiian af
fairs, and thoy havo not only lost
their own influence, but have played
into the hands of worse men, who
havo at least wit enough to be loyal.
This, sir, is a tolerably full list of
the evils from which wo are suffer
ing, and all but the first named aro
within our own power of remedy,
and to my mind the first is tho
1 will now sot out tho points which
seem to 1110 to bo in our favor;
1. There is no nation that has tho
shadow of a design on our indepen
dence. Statesmen of other nations
know tho meaning of tho words wo
so glibly misuse, and may have boon
misled by our misuse of thotn, but
no cession will bo wanted of us by
any nation, unless wo lower our
selves by hawking around what wo
ought to consider our dearest treas
ure tho inlptrritv of our territory.
Wo have as lino a body of men
professional, mercantile, mechani
cal and agricultural as any nation
can show, and we have in them tho
backbone of national prosperity.
Jl. We have a soil and climate
which enable us, on equal terms, lo
nearly double the product of other
1. We have a geographical posi
tion of unitiuo value, which must
probably, well within a decade, make
this tho center of steamship and
cable traffic I hat is bound to develop
with groat rapidity.
The question is, how can wo
remedy our evils and uso our advan
tages? 1. There is no royal road lo learn
ing, and we, who have- been living in
a hot-houe. cannot expect tho samo
heat in the open; but wo can live,
and wo shall live. Sugar plantations
aro going on, and the managers,
engineers and sugar boilors will be
wanted. Economy and thrift will
be studied as they" never havo been
studied, and it will take some time
to get from luxury to economy, and
that lime has to bo lived, and can
not bo bridged over. Now enter
prises havo been pushed forward
with great haste .in tho past; uo one
expected that process to last, aud it
is unreasonable to expect that tho
rush could be pormanont, or that
all the men employed in tho rush
could bo employed when it was over.
Those tilings must find their level,
aud wo must wait for that level.
2. Wo must give up calling each
other by international names and
must pull together for tho good of
this Hawaiian Commonwealth, trust
ing each other and each making
others feel that ho can bo trusted.
U. We foreigners must so think,
and so speak'and so act, as to inspire
tho llawaiians sovereign and peo
ple with confidence in tho friend
ship wo profess, making them feel
that this Hag has no more faithful
friends than wo who live under its
This is all industrial, commercial
humdrum, and there is nothing
"unique," but it is none tho less in
dispensable. Wo must bo our own
mainstay. But there is much for
statesmanship to do also. Tho Uni
ted States negotiated with- us a
libaral treaty in good faiths- It wa
no breach of faith that thoy removed
the duty off sugar, but it was an inci
dent of their legislation whoroby wo
suffered severely. If I wore a Ha
waiian statesman, 1 should assume
that tho United Stales could recog
nize our moral claim to revise tho
treaty so as to make our compensa
tion as nearly as possible of tho value
which tho treaty contemplated. Tho
introduction of canned fruits would
not bo sufficient, aud it must be a
matter of negotiation, and it should
bo an understood thing that revision
should bo made from time to time as
tho changes of tariff might necessi
tate. In brief 1113' programme would bo
to ascertain definitely what remis
sions would compensate this nation
for what it has lost, and what further
remissions would bo of value to us.
Next, I would ascertain what tho
United States would ask in return,
and thou it would be a matter of de
cision iis to tho price demanded.
That tho United States woul behave
with generosity 1 do not doubt, but,
as I said to Mr. Emmeluth, I would
rather argue on fairmindedness aud
sense of justice than on more gener
osity. Of one thing I am lirmly con
vinced, that no American and no
English .statesman will over volun
teer to ask Queen Liliuokalani to
cede a harbor or any other portion of
her sovereignty, nor would ho havo
much respect for tho Hawaiian
statesman who recommended his
sovereign to make such a cession.
Thoro is nothing unique about the
outline I have hastily penned, but 1
vent tiro to think that it would bo
found to "secure for tho Hawaiian
Kingdom the respect of tho world
and the ospecial favor of tho United
Tiico. 11. Da vim.
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 18112.
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and Tea Sets in Doultou Ware and
Copoland; examples suitable for
presents in Haviland, Copoland,
Jtoyal Worcester, Royal Devon and
Bisque; Bisquo Figures; Rochester
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many other articles.
Hingham Buckets, plain and paint
in I, in nests. Every housekeeper
should havo a supply of these.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests of
the most improved patterns.
J'icturos and J'icture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tho art rooms
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been 11
I ho drug business at Elkton, Ivy., foi
tho drug business at Elkton, Ivy., for
the past twelve years, .says: "Ohaiu
berlain'h Cough Remedy gives better
satisfaction than anv other cough
medicine I havo ever sold." Thoro
is good reason for this. No other
will cure a coltl so quickly; no other
is so certain a preventive and euro
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relief in cases of whooping cough.
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