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Steel & Iron Ranges
BEEJroP? 9 BEES8
iijiMMiBnri ic ill i wiLi tt
Agate "Ware in
WHITE, GRAY and
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil' Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll
Hew Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
BOTH TELEPHONES 210-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Orders Solicited.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Peed.
New Goods Received by Every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully attended to nnd Goods delivered to any part of tho City free.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
A SHIl'MKNT OK
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
FOR HALE BY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
AFIRBT.CLABH FAMILY 11AT1IINO
Rcnort nt Wolklkl. Trunnion puss
the Kite. HM!oial urrungumuntu can bo
niKle for Family l'lculon and Kvniiliig
Uthlng PurtW. OW-U
& KITCHEN UTENSILS
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
95 & 97 KING STREET.
Butter and Island Bntter
ON HAND Jg$
Steamer from San Francisco
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX 372.
-P. 0. BOX 2U7
-P. 0. BOX 115.
& XCme Streets.
Tho Nippon Yusen Kaisha's Al Steamer
Will he duo at this port on or about tho
28th Inst, and will leave for
On THURSDAY, March 16th,
AT !l O'CLOCK P. M.
tW For Information regarding Freight
and l'aagu, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd
General Agent Nippon Yubvn Kuliliii.
lilder's Steamship Co.
WiMntn, Prca. S. D. Rose, Bco.
Oam. J. A. Kino, Port Bupt.
Will lcavo Honolulu nt 2 r. m., touching nt
Lahalna, Maalaea Hay nnd Mnkcnn tho
satnoday; Mahukona, Kawaihaonnd Lau
pahochoo tho following day, arriving at
Hilo at midnight.
Friday Mar. 17
Roturntnc leaves HMn. tniichlnrr at Lnn.
pahoehoe samo day; Kawalhao a. m.j Ma
hukona 10 a. m. ; Makcna I p. m.; Maalaca
Hay (1 p. m.j Lahalna 8 p. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU:
Saturday Mar. 25
No Frcicht will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday nt 5
p. m., touching at Kahulul, Huelo, Hana,
Hamoa and kipahuln.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
KF- No Freight will
4 p. m. on day of sailing.
be received after
Consignees must be at tho landings to
receive their Freight, as wo will not liold
le after such Freight
has been landed
While the Company will use duo 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 plaeeif in the caro
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney nnd Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above 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
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
tSF" For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
1-01 Goneral Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. V.
for S. F.
Mar. 22 Mar.
Apr. 10 Apr.
From San Francisco
From Sydney for
ALAMEDA, April 7 I MARIPOSA, April 0
MARIPOSA, May 6 MONOWAI, May 4
Veterinary . Infirmary,
W. T. MONSARRAT,
Veterinary -:- Surgeon.
Government Veterinary Surgeon, Inspector
of Stock, Port of Honolulu.
Excellent Accommodation for Patients. No
Risk in Throwing Horsos.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
XV" Ordors for Plantation and Ranch
Stock will receive prompt attention.
Mutual 183 -TELEPHONES -Bell 96.
M. L, MINER, D, Y, S,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICE: HOTEL STABLES.
H to 10 a, m.; 1:0 to :i:30 r. m.
tMT- Hkhihenok: With Dr. F. L. Miner,
AllJJalls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
ALL ACCOUNTS OWING THE FASH
loit Stable Co., (L'd), of over threu
n not pain uy i no .urn
oi March. IKU
of a I'olliictor.
, will bo placed In thu IuiiiiIh
.1. J. SULLIVAN.
President Fanhlon Htalilcu Co.. (LM).
THE QUEEN'S ENVOY,
Precis Filed by Paul Neumann
Ho Gives the Other Side of tho Two
From tho San Francisco Examiner.
Washington, February 23. When
Paul Noumaun called on Secretary
of Stato Foator bo handed him tho
precis of tho Queen's complaint
against tho acts of Ministor Stevens
and the mattors leading up to tho
protectorate Yesterday this was
sent to tho bonato Uoinmiltoo on
Foreign Rolations, whore it lias been
kept strictly secret. Tho greatest
interest attaches to this paper be
cause it is tho first formal declara
tion in contravention of tho state
ments of Stevens and tho Hawaii
Commissioners. A copy of tho pre
cis, however, has boon furnished tho
Examiner, which will havo it in
advance of any other publication.
Some of tho Senators who have
soon Neumann's precis, and who aro
in favor of annexation, say that tho
charges it contains aro serious
enough to demand a special investi
gation, and for that reason thoy will
probably support a motion to ap
point a committee to proceed to tho
islands and ascortain tho feeling of
tho natives and tho truth of tho
charges against Stevens.
"Sir: I havo the honor to present
tho following statement of facts in
relation to tho recent events in tho
Hawaiian kingdom, as tho accredited
representative of her Majesty, Queen
Liliuokalani: Kalakaua, upon his
election and accession to tho throno
of Hawaii, sworo to observo the Con-
stitution promulgated by his Maj
esty Khmebamoha V. by virtue of
his own sovereign authority and tho
right inherent in tho crown. This
Constitution was in force and effect
up to June, 1887. At this time tho
need of reform iu the government of
tho islands caused a new Constitu
tion to be proclaimed by King Kala
kaua, which never received tho rati
fication of a popular vote, but was
accepted by tho tacit consent of the
"This Constitution provided that
tho elective franchise should bo con
ferred upon all foreigners, irrespec
tive of thoir allegiance. It provided,
further, that tho Nobles, or members
i of tho upper House, should bo
elected instead of being appointed
by the Sovereign, as had boon done
under tho Constitution of Kamoha
moha V. Further, cortain proport3r
qualifications were prescribed by it,
which deprived mostly tho nativo
electors of tho right of voting for
"The nativo population became
restive under these restrictions, aud
desired a now Constitution to bo
prepared by a constitutional conven
tion, consisting of members to bo
chosen at a general election by all
qualified electors, and to be promul
gated by the Queen in accordance
with former precedents. This ques
tion became tho active issue of the
elections of 1890 and 1892, and tho
advocates of the now Constitution
carried the election of representa
tives throughout tho kingdom, elec
ting twenty out of tho twenty-four
members of tho lower house in 1802.
This issue had boon made as early as
1890, however, when tho elections
wore carried iu favor of an alteration
or modification of the Constitution
PREVENTED A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVEN
TION. "The conservative element of tho
Legislature of 1890 and 1892 pre
vented the calling of a Constitution
al Convention and maintained tho
policy of amending tho Constitution
only in the manner which is pro
vided for in that instrument, but tho
party now in power 'prevented any
amendments to tho Constitution be
ing' passed except an amondmont
opening an entry for Chiuoso immi
gration, "Petitions signed by over 4000
voters and praying that tho Consti
tution bo altered were sent to the
Legislature, tho total number of
qualified voters being about 10,000.
Tho wishes of tho natives as to tho
alteration of tho Constitution wore
confined to tho followiug points:
"First Tho restoration of the
power of tho sovereign to appoint n
cortain number of noblos.
"Second Tho diminution of tho
proporty qualification of electors.
"Third Restriction of tho elec
tive franchise to Hawaiian citizens,
except as to such aliens who hau
granted to them tho frauchiso by
mo uonstitutiou oi iy.
"Fourth Tho incroaso of tho sal
ary of the Representatives.
"Fifth Tho reduction of tho term
of tho Justices of tho Supremo Court
from a life tontiro to a tenure for a
fixed number of years.
a kkvolutionahv taction.
"Tho faction now in power hy tho
present revolution lod an attempted
revolution iu 1889 and a consniraov
in 1892, having for thoir underlying
motive a change of tho Constitution
of 1887, and tho oflooting of tho
changes desired by tho natives.
"Tho persons favoring annexation
hy tlio Unit ol States had at that
tune no affiliation with the inon con
nected with those ovouts. If annex
ation wore practicable, that is to say,
nccoptublo to the United Statos,
many Hawaiian citizens who oppose
thu (notion now usurping tho powor
of govurninunt would incline toward
Hiuiii a immstiro, but not for (lie pur-
llOiU of nlmiliiL' tint (4m'immimit In
I the hands of men whoso rule was
repudiated nt tho polls by an over
"In tho short space of timo nllow
od to ascertain tho sontiinont of act
ual volors since tho organization of
tho Provisional Government, quali
fied electors havo in petitions, which
will bo produced, oxprossod thoir
objoction to a ohnugo in tho Gov
ornmont without an expression of
tho popular will, nnd this objection
was oxprossod iu tho faco of throats
by tho usurping faction, and in tho
faco also of forco, martial law and
WHY THE NATIVES YIELDED.
" Tho nativo population, as well as
a croat number of foroicn born tax
payers aud votors, yielded the powor
which thoy could havo maintained
only bocauso thoy boliovod tho move
ment of tho committoo of safoty was
uphold by tho authorities of tho
United States of America.
"Tho ovouts which caused this bo
liof are tho following:
"First Tho landing of tho forces
of tho United States steamship Bos
ton against tho romoustrauco of tho
"bocond The assuranco of tho
United Statos Ministor Plenipoten
tiary that in case of a conflict ho
would espouso tho cause of tho
"Tho landiug of tho United Statos
troops was a moasuro entirely un
necessary. Neither an oxcoss of cau
tion nor actual fear can excuse tho
landing of tho American troops on
" Tho ovents which took place con
nected with tho attempted change
of Govorninont can bo summarized
as follows: On Saturday, January
nth, after tho prorogation of tho
Legislature, tho Queen informed hor
Cabinet that a delegation of natives
had requested hor to promulgate a
now Constitution, ombodying only
tho changes montion6d boforo as be
ing desired by tho native population,
and asked the concurrence of hor
Ministers iu granting tho request.
Tho Cabinot and all tho foreign
diplomatic officers, except the Minis
ter of the United Statos, who was
absent, dissuaded tho Queen from
tho stop sho intended to tako, and
sho informed her jieoplo that sho
could not grant thoir request in tho
following words: 'Mj' people: You
must return peaceably and quietly
to your homos, and await with pa
tience until somo future time tho
fulfillment of your wishes. I havo
taken counsol with my Ministers,
and thoy havo advised mo to leave
tho matter until the proper timo iu
tho future. I regret I am unable to
comply with your wishes now.
Therefore, I again repeat, retire to
your homos and maintain tho peace,
and leave matters hopefully to tho
future. In retiring remember kindly
of mo, as I shall over of you. I wish
you all my kind regards.
(Conclusion next issue.)
"The people of this vicinity insist
on having Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and do not want any other,"
says John V. Bishop, of Portland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. They
know it to bo superior to any other
for colds, and as a preventive and
cure for croup, and why should thoy
not insist upon having it. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Bon
sou, Smith & Co., agents for the Ha
NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
Closo to tho Railroad, below Mr. Waller's
liiewery, to be held on
Wednesday, April 5th,
FROM !):::5 A. M. TO 7 P. M.,
Under the managomunt of Miw. Wilcox
and Mas. Wam.hi. of Kalihi, aided by
many White and Hawaiian Ladles.
Superintended' by Rev. Father Clement,
foi Ch'urch I'm pose.
Two Table Foreign and Hawaiian; Grab
Ilo.cs; liallle; Luis and Flower Ta-
bh'H: I co Cream and Candy
Tables; Scales; Etc.
KO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
Two Uhie Flag Tables Tickets 25 Cents.
One Pink Flag Tablo-Tickets 50 Cents.
The Hand of St. Louis College will play
during tho whole day boveral of their beau
tiful pieces; and thu Sunday School Choir
of Fnthor Clomuut will sing homo of their
bust songs, all to make of thu occasion not
only a lucrative day, but albo a very enjoy
able one for everyone.
tW Trains will run at Excursion Rates
from Honolulu and Moanalua to tho Fair
Grounds every half hour from I) a. m. to 1
i". m.; every hour from 1 to 5 v
half hour again from 5 to 7 r. M.
m. ; ovory
Ut" Tickets for tho Luau may ho had
any timo after Tuesday, March 11th.
gW Tickets for Trains (round trip),
only 2.5 cents, will bo delivered at tho Depot
on tho two preceding days, April 3d and
Tho names of nil thu Ladles who will
pleaso talvii chargo
of tho Fair and I .tin
of thu dllluieut Tables
nan will iu mi ilishcd as
soon as thoy are well known. 1176-td
TVTOTIOE IS HEREBY
J.1 given that thu follow-
lug described Auiiuuls will
bu told at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Mil mh US.
1WJII, at t' o'clock noon, at the (lovcriimuut
round in AiaiiiKi;
1 Ray Hort-u with white spot on foro.
hciiif, left foreleg white, all others black,
branded "A" on light hind leg.
1 ilud Cow with right car split, branded
"P" on left hind lug. '
tW Owners of.tln above Animals mux!
scud in their claims within II ihivs, othur
wise they will he Mild on the dato iibovu
named. D. KAUAO,
flo eminent Pouudiunrtur.
Honolulu, March II, Itf'M, (I'l.'.'t
The nully Jtulletin U lUUvTrciiby
carrier for CO cent per month.
l""T 1 TT "Lj I
Daily Bu lie
BOOK & JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
In Fact Anything in the Printing Line!
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
fi'- ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY -&
Island, per annum,
Foreign, per annum,
NEW INVOICES" OF
Honolulu, H. I.
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