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WHITE, GRAY and
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos.
OH AS. HUSTACE
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
gjST ALWAYS ON HAND &
New Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
. TELEPHONE 119.
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.,
Qrooeries, Provisions einci 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 (Hoods delivered to any part of tho City free.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Blast Corner Fort
A SHIPMENT OF
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
FOR SALE BY -
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
FAMILY BATH I NO
ii. Reaort at Walklkl.
tuu gate, Hiocml
taailo lor Family
arrangements can bo
Piuulvn and Kvnning
& KITCHEN UTENSILS
SILVER - PLATED;
AND SHEET IRON WORE.
5)5 & 97 KING STREET.
Steamer from San Francisco
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX 372.
-P. 0. BOX 21)7
k Retail Grocers
-P. 0. BOX M5.
At $8 Per Cord-CASH
60 cents a month,
Oliia (I Koa Firewooi
WMer's Steamship Co.
W. O. Wit.nisn, Pros. S. II. Hose, 8co.
(3am. J. A. Kino, Tort Supt.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. m.. touching, at
Lnhnina, Manlaca Bay and Mnkuun tha
same day; Mahukona, Knwnlhaennd Lnit
pnhochoo tho following day, urilving at
llllo at midiiiqht.
Returning leaver Hilo, touching at Lnu
pahochnc same day; Knwnlhne a. m.j Ma
hukona 10 a. m. ; Makcnn 4 i i.; Manlaca
Bay 0 i m.j Lnhnina 8 r. m. tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
AllUIVES AT HONOLULU:
Saturday Mar. 25
No Frclcht will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lcavo Honolulu every Tuesday at 5
p. m., touching at Kahului, Huclo, liana,
Hamoa and kipalmlu.
ReturnitiB will arrivo at Honolulu every
No Frcicht will
be received after
4 r. m. on any of sailing.
Consignees must bo at the landings to
receive their Freight, as we will not liold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
has been landed.
While the Company will use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, wo decline
to assume any responsibility in caso of tho
loss of same..
The Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
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 and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Mails nnd Passengers on or about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The New nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship
be due at Honolulu, from San
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.
XBF For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
Wffl. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
l-m General Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
From San Francisco
From Sydney for
ALAMEDA, April 7 I MARIPOSA, April 0
MARIPOSA, May 5 MONOWAI. May 4
W. T. MONSARRAT,
"Veterinary -:- Surgeon.
Government Veterinary Surgeon. Inspector
of Stock, Port of Honolulu.
Excellent Accommodation for Patlonts. No
Risk In Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
tW Orders for Plantation and Ranch
Stock will receive prompt attention.
Mutual 183-TELEPHONES -Boll 96.
M, L MINER, D, Y. S
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICE: -HOTEL STABLES.
8 to 10 a. m.j 1:30 to 3::s0 r. m.
ttr- Rimiukncr: With Dr. F. L. Miner,
All Calls Mil Receive Prompt Attention.
A M ACCOUNTS OWING THE PABII-
X.V Ion Malilcs Co., (Ld). of over three
if nut paid by the 31st
lie placed In the hands
of Mnich. IhfJ.i, will
of n cnlleutor.
J. J. SULLIVAN,
President Fashion Stable Co.. (L'd).
(Continued from 1st Pone)
lionists, nttondnd bj' bolwoon GOO
and 800 pooplo, in which no mon
tion was mado of dethroning tho
Quoou or organizing a rovolutionnry
government. At tho sanio Unto,
that is at 2 p. m., a mass mooting
was hold by nativos and others,
winch adopted tho following resolu
tions, and qniotly disporsod boforo
8 p. in.:
Jlrsolvcd, That tho assnraiieo of
Her Majesty contained in this dn3''s
proclamation is accepted by tho poo
plo as a satisfactory gnarantco that
tho Govorninont does not, and will
not, seok any modification of tho
Constitution by any other moans
than those provided in tho organic
licsolvrd, That accepting this as
snraiieo tho citizens hero assembled
will givo thoir cordial support to tho
administration and indorse thorn in
sustaining that policy.
LANDING. OF THE TliOOrS.
"At i p. m. tho troops and a bat
tery of Gatling guns from tho Bos
ton Avoro lauded, a part being loft at
tho United States Consulate, an
other part at the United States
Legation, and the main body bo
tweon tho Palace and tho Govorn
inont building. Tho town at that
time, and in fact at all times, had
boon, and continued to bo, in pro
found peaco and quiet, excepting
tho commission of a murderous as
sault by ono of tho revolutionists
upon a native policeman, which,
howovor, fortunately did not result
in loss of life.
"Mr. Parkor and Mr. Peterson re
port furthor proceedings as follows:
'On Tuesday afternoon, January
17th, at 2 o'clock, Mr. Parkor and
Mr. Peterson again called upon Mr.
Stovens at his residence in Nutianu
valley to learn if possible tho truth
of the statement made mibliclv bv
tho loading membors of tho so-called
Committee of Safety, to tho effect
that Mr. Stevens had promised that,
if a proclamation declaring n Provi
sional Government was issued,
ho (Stovens), on behalf of his Gov
ernment, would immediately recog
nize such government and support
it with tho United States forces at
his command. Mr. Peterson asked
Mr. Stevens what action would bo
taken by him (Stevens) in case tho
insurgents attacked her Majesty's
Government and tho Government
called upon him for assistance.
"'Mr. btevons replied that in that
caso ho could not como to the assist
ance of tho Govorninont. Mr. Peter
son thou asked Mr. Stevens what his
action would bo in caso her Maj
esty's Government should treat tho
insurgents as rebols and attack them
and arrest them. Mr. Stovens re
plied that in that caso ho should
feel it his dut' to interfere with the
force at his command. Mr. Stovons
furthor said ho had mado up his
mind that if any number of what
ho considered responsible citizens
should ask his assistance in estab
lishing a Provisional Govorninont ho
should grant that assistanco and
should recognize them as such and
support thorn. Mr. Stovens during
this conversation was lying on a sofa
in his private office and spoke with
difficulty as if in a weak and ex
hausted state. At 2:30 o'clock Mr.
Parker and Mr. Peterson loft Mr.
Stovens aud proceeded to tho Sta
tion house, tho headquarters of her
Majesty's Cabinet and Govorninont.'
CORRESPONDENCE WITH STEVENS.
"Besides this conversation tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs sent tho
following to tho American Minister:
Department of Foreign Affairs, )
Honolulu, January 1G, 1893. J
Sir: I have tho honor to inform
your Excolloncy that the troops from
tho United States ship Boston wore
landed in this port at 5 o'clock this
ovoning, without tho request or
knowledge of Hor Majesty's Govern
ment. As the situation is ono that
does not call for interference on tho
part of tho United Statos Govern
ment, my colleagues and myself
would most respectfully request of
3'our Excolleney tho authority upon
which this action was taken. I
would also add that any protection
that may have been considered neces
sary for tho American legation or
for American interests in tho city
would have been cheerfully furnish
ed by Hor Majesty's government.
With tho highest respect, 1 have tho
honor to remain your Excellency's
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
To His Excellency John L. Stevens,
United States Envoy Extraordinary
and Ministor Plenipotentiary, Ho
nolulu. "To this his Excellency sent tho
United States Legation,
Honolulu, January 17, 1802.J
Sir: Yours of yesterday regard
ing tho lauding of tho United Statos
naval forces in Honolulu, was dulv
received and its import considered.
In whatever tho Unitod States di
plomatic representatives have done
or may do at this critical hour of
Hawaiian affairs, wo shall lie guided
by tho kindest fooling and views for
all tho parties concerned, and by tho
warmest sentiments for tho Hawai
ian people aud tho persons of all
nationalities. Most sincoroh' yours,
John L. Stevens,
To Hon. Samuel Parkor, Minister
of Foreign Affairs.
"Tho statement of th6 Foreign
Ministor was absolutely correct. The
Marshal of tho kingdom had 400
able-bodied men, fully nrinod, as
sembled at tho station houso, but in
view of tho attitude of tho United
Statos Minister and tho commander
of tho Boston tho Queen and Cabi
net wore advisod to disband them
and surrender tho prison, station
house and barracks, which was done,
"On Tuesday afternoon, before tho
foregoing ovonts took place, the
Queen and Cabinet issued a protest,
which was served on Mr. Dole and
service acknowledged by him.
"Subsequent ovonts are easily sum
marized. Tho Provisional Govorn
inont declared martial law, and
armed among others the vjigrant ami
criminal clement in the population,
proscribed free speech and discus
sion, suppressed native newspapers
aud established a practical censor
ship of tho nowspapors published in
English, permitting only such stnto
monts ns might bo favorablo to ap
pear, and disbursed largo sums of
public money without authority of
law. This state of things was only
possible by tho armed support of
tho Unitod Statos troops nslioro and
tho guns of tho Unitecl Stntos war
ship Boston trained on tho town.
Tho usurpation of authority would
not have lasted nn hour without such
armed support and encouragomont
by tho Unitod Stntos Ministor.
"As a logical sequonco to thoso
events, tho lawless and criminal for
eign element, armed by the usurpers,
and pnid to terrorize the natives ami
tho law-abiding citizens now dis
played a mutinous spirit, and tho
Provisional Government was com
pelled to call upon tho American
Ministor to assume a protoctorato
and disband its armed force, which
was accomplished on Fobruarv 1st.
This fact alono domonstratos that
tho so-called Provisional Govorn
inont lias no strength of its own,
oithor to presorvo tho pence or in
forco obodionco to its edicts. It has
uoithor tho moral nor tho physical
support of tho masses of tho Hawai
ian people, who protest with thoir
Quoon against a continuance of its
usurpation and pray for tho restora
tion of thoir constitutional govorn
inont and sovereignty.
"I havo tho honor to bo, sir, your
most obodiont servant,
"Paul Neumann, '
"Envoy Extraordinary, etc., of H. M.
"To Hon. John W. Foster, Secretary
of Stato, Washington."
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COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.
A. L. Johnson Shirt Co. vs. Tho Poo
plo ox rel.
(Stniimo)is with Notice.)
Tun SmnTMAKKR, attorney for plnintiir,
corner King and Alakca streets.
Hani)-mk-Dovn SimiT, defendant's attor
ney for all tho stores.
TO THE PUBLIC :
Von are hereby summoned aud com
manded to appear, all other business
excuses, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes the best and cheap
est lino of all kinds of Shirts at his
factory, corner King nnd Alakoa
street in tho City of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Govorninont, Stato of
Oahu, between tho hours of 8 a. m.
and 5 p. m., on and after tho 6th day
of October, 1892, and then and there
show cause why you should not bo
punished for not patronizing tho
long established shirtmaker and to
testif3' to tho best of 3'our knowledgo
as to tho qualit3r and mako of John
son's Shirts with all tho latest and
bost improvements mado to ordor,
and for sale 03' tho above plaintiff in
tho abovo said promises. Should
3'ou fail to put in an appearance in
tho abovo said placo 3-011 will bo
adjudged guilty of contempt, for
feit a good shirt and bo sentenced
for life eating Poi.
A. L. JOHNSON,
cornor King and
N. B. Orders received b3 mail.
Prove all things, and hold fast tc
that which is good.
No shyster collectors need appear.
Persons who are subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably
toll I13' thoir feolings, when to expoct
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Romed3r is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap
pear, tho3r can ward off tho disease
Such persons should always keep
the "Remedy at hand, roady for im
mediate use when needed. Two or
throo doses of it at tho right time
will savo thorn much suffering. For
sale b3" all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
Close to the Railroad, below Mr. Waller's
Brewery, to lie held on
Wednesday, April 5th,
FROM !)::S0 A. M. TO 7 P. M.,
Under the management of Mus. Wii.cnx
nnd Mm. Wai.i.i:u, of Knlihl, aided by
many White and Hawaiian Ladies.
Superintended by Ri:y. Fatiif.ii Ci.kmkkt,
for Church Pnrposes.
J2 ' u&. I JbC
Two Tables Foreign and Hawaiian; Crab
Boxes; Ratlin; I.eisand FlowerTa-
bles: lee Cream and Candy
Tables; Seales; Eto.
HO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
Two Bine Flag Tables Tiekets 25 Cents.
Ono Pink Flag Tabln-Tiekets 50 Cents.
Tho Band of St. Lonls College will play
during the whole day suveral of their beau
tiful pieces; aud tho Sunday School Choir
of Father Clement will sing some of their
best bongi., all to make of tho occasion not
only n lucrative day, hut alM) a very enjoy
able one for everyone.
M Trains will run at Excursion Rates
from Honolulu and Moanalua to the Fair
(liounils eviry half hour Irani U a. m. to 1
i'. m. ; every hour from 1 to f v. m. ; every
half hour again from n to 7 r. m,
19" Tickets for the Luau limy be had
any lime after Tuesday, March lltu.
W Tickets for Tralnu (round trip),
only 'Si cents, will be dclivoml at tho Depot
on the two preceding days, April lid ami
The names of all the Uulles who will
pleacu take charge of the dlllitrcnt Tables
of the Fair and Luau will he published as
soon as they nru well known. U7.Vtd
Tha JJaily liulhtin J delivered by
curriers for CO cent per month.
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