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VOL. V. NO. 750.
HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1893.
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fmi'ORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER AND
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Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
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WENNER & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importino Jewelers.
92 Fort Street, Honolulu.
W. H. STONE,
A.O OOXJ3STT AJSTT.
P. O. Box 17.
Kukui Jowelrv a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Molnemy Block, Fort Street.
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
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Aoents for the Hawaiian Islands,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Suuar Mills, Roams,
Cooi.krs. Iron, Brash, and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Made to
Order, Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blaeksmithing. Job Work executed at
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Complete plans and HpeclllcatloiiH for
every description of building. Contracts
drawn and careful Hiipuriiituiitimu-u of con
Dtruutlun g veil when required, Cull mid
examine plans. New duslgus. Modern
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IM. G. IRWIN & CO.
OFFElt FOR SALE
AT.EX. CROSS A SONS'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures,
Wo are also prepared to take orders for
Messrs, N. Olalanclt Se Co. 'a
Insuiing prompt delivery.
$DG This is a superior Paint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier it gives a splendid tioor
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l'ARAFH.NE l'AINT CO.'S
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin,
President and Manager
Claus Snreeke s.
W. M. Gillard, - Secretary and Treasurer
meo. u. rorior ...... Auditor
AOENTS OF TIIU
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO.
1'renldeiit and Muniiger
G, II, llobertkon.
W, 1'. Allen
Hon. 0. It, Hilltop
For Vancouver, B. C,
From Sydney and Brisbnno:
S. S. "WAUUIMOO" July 1, 1893
s. s. "mioweua." Aug. i, isn.i
8. S. "WAUUIMOO" Aug. Hi, INK
S. S. "MIOWKUA" Out. 1!, IS'.'!
S. 8. "WAUUIMOO" Nov. 1, 18'U
S. S. "MIOWKUA" Dec. S!, 1893
S. S. "WAUUIMOO" Jan. 1, 1691
AND MONTHLY THEREAFTER.
For Sydney & Brisbane
From Vancouver, 15. C.
June 21, 1893
. . July S!l, 18!M
.Sept. 21, lb'M
Oct. 21. ls'rt
..Nov. 21. 1MM
S. 8. "WAUUIMOO"
S. 8. "M10WEUA" ..
S. S. "WAUUIMOO".
S.S. "MIOWKUA" ..
S. S. "WAPHIMOO"
S. S. "MIOWKUA"
.Dec. 21, 189J
b, S. 'WAUUIMOO" Ian. 21, 1KJ1
AND MONTHLY THEREAFTER.
Passenger and Freight Rates
TO VANCOUVER, B. C.,
Are the Same as to San Francisco, Cal.
Through Tickets to All Points in Canada
and the United States per Cana
dian Pacific Railway.
tXF For Freight or Passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
719-td General Agents.
i Oceanic Steamship Co.
i-'U- I Ml
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from bdney and Auck
land on or about
I 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
Mails and Passengers for the ah
Tho undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
CtF For further particulars lcgarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
1-91 General Ageiits.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F.
July IS! ... .
Sept. II .. .
Oot. I . . ..
for S, F.
. ...June sil
. ... Aug. 1(1
, .. .Sept. IS
. .. Oct. 11
From San Francisco
l'roin Sydney for
VLA.M EDA, June
M.USIPOnA, Jul j
JIUMIH Al, Allg.
ALAMEDA.Allg 'J I
ALA.MEDA.bi-nt.Sit I MAUI PDSA.bi-i.t s!l
SUIill'OsA, l)i I. 19 MONOWAI, Oot, 19
MUNOWAI, Nov. Hi I LA.MEDA,Nov. lf
ALL I'DMOI.OtllhTS AHE
,ftii) that .ill coliiri, hliiines mid
foruiHi'uii hi' put "ii tin' nun' stock, I'or
Illt'tauco, all Klii'l- of i itrus will IliuirUh
oil the Oiange Muck it g., I.i'iiioin, l,iiiii",
t)i'iiiigcn,hli.iihliH'i.-,itc. Iho iindvriilL'iuil
i pitipured to p.-iluim Hriiding, llinlilliig,
, ulo., mi till l.lml of l'ruii and other Trw.
I llllght eiiullcati'd In sixty hour., not e-
j u'rinui , oui imtirniuiv, aim mr u inn
ClOltM lltllv. AddlOki .
7Wv!w llui.t.uti. Olllw,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
THE FAMOUS TOURIST ROUTE OF THE WORLD.
$5.00 Second Class $ Pirst Class $10.00
., LESS THAN BY OTHER LINES . -
MOUNTAIN RESORTS: Banff, Glacier, Mount Stephen, Fraser Canon, Etc.
THROUGH RATE TICKETS ISSUED TO ALL POINTS IN CANADA AND THE
UNITED STATES by tho Canadian-Australian Stoam Lino. Or,
To ALL POINTS in Japan, China and India by tho "Empress" Steam Line from Vancouver
AROUND THE WORLD PER 0. P. R. FOR $610.
M. M. 8TEUN,
Hist. Frdght A Fas'". Agent,
01S Market street,
San Francisco, Cal.
Pacmc Mail s.s. Co. ;
Occidental and Oriental S.S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call ut Honolulu on their way to the above
ports) on or about the follow ing dates :
Stmr "CHINA" ...
Stmr "CHINA" ....
Stmr "OCEANIC".. ,
btmr "CHINA" . .,
Stmr "OCEANIC" ..
Stmr "CHINA" ..
. . Aug. 7, lb'IJ
...Sopt. 18, lo'tl
... Oct. 10, lb'U
....Nov. 27, lfcUJ
. . . Dec. 23, 18').
.... Feb. 0, ll9l
..March 5, lb'll
...April 10, lfe'.U
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about tho following dates:
Stmr "CHINA" Juno It), 18')l
Stmr "BELGIC" lune 27, 189.)
Stmr "PERU" Julv 7, Ib'jJ
Stmr "OCEANIC" . ..lulv 17, 189J
Stmr "OlTYor RIO DK JANEIRO"
Stmr "CITY OF NEW YORK.''
.lulv 31, lb')J
Stmr "GAELIC" . Aug. s, 1&9J
btmr "CITY W PEKING" .
Aug. 15, 1MB
Stmr "OCEANIC" Sept. 2;., Imj.5
Stmr "CHINA" Nov. 0, ltU3
btmr "OCEANIC" ... . Dec. 4, lb:) i
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING" ..
Stmr "OCEANIC"... . 1 eb. 12. 1MII
Stmr "CHINA" March 20, lb'U
Stmr "GAELIC" Mav H, ls'Jl
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
TO VOKO- TO IIOMI-
Cabin $ lot) 00 $175 00
Cabin, round trip I
months 2J3 00 "2(iJ 50
Cabin, round trip 12
months SJJ oO 3111 SB
European Steerage... bd 00 100 00
iff Passenger-, paying full fare will bo
allowed 10 percent oil' return fare if return
ing within twelve mouths.
For Freight and Parage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
lilder's Steamship Co.
W. C. Wildkr, Pros. 8. II. Row-:, Sec.
Cait. J. A. Kino, Port Supt.
in icuvu jioiioium ni j r. m., wucuinp. at
m touching at
Labaina, Maa aca Bay and. .Makena .the
pahochoo the following
.IIUIIIIAUIII), .h.tlliUU 411(11 jMtlf
l.iti..trf..i.i U.i .. .i.l.i... .....I I....
duy, arriving at ,
mho ai iumiiii;iii.
lteturnlug leaves Hilo, touching at Lau
puhoi'hoe came day; Kuwuilme a. m. ; Mil
Iiukonu 10 a. m,; .Makena lr. M.; .Maulaea
Ba (Ir. m.; Labaina b i M, the following
day; arriving at Honolulu u a. m. Wednes
days and buturchna.
No Freiiiht will he received
IS! noon on duy of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuenlay at fi
r. m,, luiichlug at Kahuliil, lluclo, Ilium,
Hamoa mid K,ip.ihulu,
Returning will arrive ut Honolulu every
VOr No Prcight will be n't el veil ulter
1 1'. m. on day ol sailing.
Consignees limit be at the landings to
rciclvu their Freight, as wu will not hold
ourselves respoiiblnlo after such Freight
bus hcuu lauded,
While the Comp.m will uki due dill
gcuui in handling l.ivu htnclc, o decline
tuasiiime any rciipoiislliilltv In case ol the
lo-m of name.
The Company will not he responsible for
Moiie) or Jonilrv iinle.it phicul iu the care
I ol l'n mors.
i All kind of Vommtraiul i'tinllny
I promptly euwulfil at lotv xaW tit the
I Hullttin Ojjict,
8P For Tickets and General Informa
tion apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
Agents for the Hauaiian Inlands.
House & Rooms
W- All advertisements for this depart
ment must be paid in advance. Orders to
continue should be given tho afternoon tho
advertisement expires. Advertisements for
the Registry must bo handed in before 12
o'clock noon of tho day they first appear.
The rates given below under each head are
for udvcrti'-emonts nut exceeding live lines,
counting "even woids to a line. Five cents
a line will bo added to each figure for all
above live lines.
Adi. umler Ihh lirml, 25c. one ucek or less:
conliuiml, 10c. a uctk.
Adi. umler thii heiul, 00c. one time; con
tinued, 10c. each time.
Lost and Found.
.ls. winter thii head, 60c. one time ; con
tinuid, 20c. each lime.
Houses To I.ot.
jUU. under this head,
tinutd, 10c. euch time.
SOc. one time;
Adi. umler thii hend, 00c. one time: con
tinued, 10c. each time.
Rooms To Lot.
Adi. under this hend,
one ucek; mntiniud, 10c.
20c. one time; 50c.
Adi. nndtr this head, SOc. one time; con
tinued, luc, each time.
Oppo. Bethel St.
HAS ON HAM)
and SILK CRAPE
For Ladies Dresses,
Beautiful Embroidered and Drawn Work
Laccpier Work Glove Boxes, Cabinets,
Lanterns for Fetes, Balls, Etc,
Fancy Silk Japanese Umbrellas,
Showy Flower Pots, Satsuma Waro,
Window and Veranda Blinds,
Paper Napkins, China Ware, Etc.
& Inspection cordially invited. No
trouble to show Goods.
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
ICE CREAM PARLORS
Having Changed Hands arc now Prepared
ICE CREAM of the Best Quality,
SHERBETS or the Best Quality.
t-. n n.j -j n.j- ui-z
ICR 1316111 &UUu. fl Ml MM WAIM
And a Choice Assortment of
FRENCH AND PLAIN MIXED CANDIES
COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA
btlltVEJ) TO ODDISH.
MRS. ATWOOD, - - - Proprietress.
MIEUN'DEHSUINEI) II AhTHIb DAY
dlhiioicd of his Lxnrt ss Business to
Mr. I), MiCorrlstou. Thanking tho public
for their liberal patronage I would sullcit
a continuance of the same to Mr. Mc
Corriston. M. N. HANDEUS.
AVI NO PCltCHAHEl)
II Express Business I am mm
oared to all em
rtauu at Ueason
able Butci, Mr. Cooper
will continue iu
my employ, uiuco as
Honolulu, May,, SO, In'H.
X. .l'liin ItegUter, mibniau
tially built of Oak and I'ular,
Connor and CiitiiHir 1 iikli'lii'd.
For price and pariluilluu apply
TJ&-M THEO. II.DAVl
Mrs. William Hall Tolls of tho Arriv
al of Commissioner Blount Difl
appointmont Created by tho Tak
ing Down of Old Glory How An
noxation Is Vlowod by tho Pooplo
of tho Sandwich Islands Tho Daily
Rumors Which Alternately Buoy
tho Annexationists and tho Royalists.
The following lottcr from Honolulu
was written to Minneapolis friends by
Mrs. William Hull, daughter of Mrs
U. O. Van Clove, tho wifo of a mis
sionary to the Sandwich islands, mid
lias resided on the islands for the past
30 years. Mrs. Hull's husband is albo
it son of a. missionary. The story of
(he courtship and marriage is roman
tic, for Mr. Hall was visiting Minne
apolis when he met Miss Van Clevc,
and he fell in love with her at sigh.
He had only a short time to remain,
and as Gen. Van Uleve wts then out
with a command, tho impatient
young lovei nnulo the journey to tin
general's station to tell him he had
laid siege to the daughter's heart, and
that she would surrender if the father
gave his consent. Miss Van Clove
afterwards went out to the Sandwich
islands, wheic she was married and
began missionary labors with her hus
band. Tho letter was written early in
April, just after the lowering ot the
American Hag on the islands.
Honolulu, April, 5, 18911.
Just as we were in the midst of
writing foi the mail by the Australia
last Wcdiday, the telephone an
nounced a United States bteamer oil
ICoko Head, supposed to be the reve
nue cu tcr Richard Itush, bringing
conimissioueis from Washing ton to
the Hawaiian government. This
proved to be eoireet, and hurraing
uur letters, we repaired to the wa er
front to see what was to he seen.
The btreets were full of people and
full of llags. Chicago will hardly lly
more bunting to the square yard at
the opening of the Columbian Impo
sition. Everyone hung out a flag of
sonic kind, mostly Americans, though
I noticed ' The harp that once
through Tara'b halls the soul of limbic
shed," is hanging "mute" on a green
Held between two buck buildings on
the corner of Fort and Hotel streets,
and I think likely, if the ti.ulo wind
continues as vigorous as ai present a
few days longer, the coul (chord) will
"indignant break." lint to return to
our muttons, otherwise streets.
One feature ol the display was u
procession o( native women dressed
m white and bearing Hawaiian and
Auieuean flags, marching down to
the wharf to icceivo and welcome the
The Itush entered the harbor and
took her place in the naval row. The
American minister, the consul, and a
committee of three gentlemen board
ed her from a steam launch just be
fore she entered the harbor.
It soon became noised abroad that
only one commissioner had arrived,
find he would not laud for an hour oi
two. Theie was some disappoint
ment among the natives when they
heard that Admiral Drown had not
bem sent; others did nut qu to know
whetliui to be glad ui sorry that only
one man had been entrusted with this
Soon after the cutter anchored,
Maj. Kobertsiti, thu ex-queen's cham
berlain, went on board and, picbcnl
ing the queen's coiupliinoutb, o lie red
the commihsioner herc.uri.ige in which
to rule to tho hotel. The oiler was
declined with thanks, the commis
sioner hud aheady declined several
oilers of the kind, prefeniug to ride in
his private cuiriugc.
1 he commissioner, as you know, is
Hon. James li. Blount, of Georgia
lie is accompanied by his wife and
his private rccrotury, Ellice Mills,
Soon after noon the party landed.
The native women weie on hand
with leis (garlands of lloweis), which
they proceeded to tlnow over the
commissioner and his wife. Mr.
Lilount was too busy to stop for floral
decorations, and the aim of the flower
queens was too uncertain, and so only
two caught him on the lly. They
were inoin successful iu the case of
The Jtush brought u letter from
President Cleveland to Miuistei
Stevens, appioviug hii course and re
questing linn to remain here. This
is a compliment winch all Americans
Ih WKI.I. DKbT.KVlSD.
Mr. Stevens feels obliged to decline
on account of the feeble health of his
family. The dreadful shock of his
eldest daughtc's death has been al
most morn than they could bear.
Knowing that Mr. Slovens' course
had been oflicially approved, it was a
gieat shock to us to learu Fiiday
uieht, that on Saturday morning,
April I, the American flag was lobe
lowered and the marines sent back to
their ship, It was hard to reconcile
outselves to the loweiiug of the flag;
wo could not believe it was necessary,
and we wanted teiubly to know why
it was done. We dually concluded
that lluriiron being a Republican
and Uluvclaiul a Democrat, Cleveland
must iiih'o (he work of Harrison's
admiiiistiatiou as much as possible
and begin over again. It has now
been made known to us that it was
de mid wii-ci to place tin- govern
ment on an independent basis before
entei ing into negotiations therewith.
Promptly ut 10:15 a in., Sattuday,
April 1, people gathered ill 1'alacu
Square. I went with the rest, for,
though it ititri like a knife to haul
down the Aineiicau flag, 1 mean to
m:k am. mr. uisioiiv
VUllile to Ihu ii iked eye, At 11 o'clock
elt.ii li the order Wan given ami "Old
Ulory" came Untuning down, A
dead silence prevailed; then came
tho salute to the Hawaiian flag, which
rose to its old plucc and (lung its fo'ds
out to the breeze. We fully expected
that the air would ring with cheers,
but the sileneo w.ib positively oppres
sive, not n cheer was heard.
A strong guard of regulars of the
provisional government marched into
tho capitol, and tho marines, march
ing out, wero escorted to tho boat
landing by government troops.
A gentleman who knows the na
tives well asked one why ho BuppoEed
the flag came down.
The answer was, "Because of tho
offerings of black pigB uud white
chickens, and the prayers of tho kahu
nas." Another Hawaiian said to a native
minister, "Great is the power of tho
You seo the tendency toward bar
barism is quite pronounced.
A kahuna is a nativo "medicine
man;" if people doubt his skill lie
proceeds to pray them to death. The
Hawaiian who is not afraid of tho
anaana, being prayed to death, is a
The streets are full of rumors, some
honsalioiuil to the last degree, some
funny enough to make one lie awake
nights to laugh. In a walk of a mile,
or a chat of an hour, a thousand tales
could be heard. Out) is of the atti'lido
of Japan. It is said that the ex-queen
appealed to the Japanese for aid anil
her request was granted. On Mon
day it was expected by many natives
that troops would be lauded from H.
1. J M. S. Naniwa to restore the
queen under a Japanese protectorate.
The hotel grounds were tilled with
natives before noon, looking for some
demonstration iu the direction of tho
palace. Kahunas had predicted that
the queen would be
KK610HED AT NOON,
but as the afternoon wore away tho
hour was changed to ti o'clock.
It is something like etting a day
for the world to come to an end, tho
time has to be changed so often that
it partakes of the nature of a "mov
The British minister and the Angli
can bishop have both distinguished
themselves by dissertations on flags.
The bi-hop expressed pleasure at
the rumors of raising the Japanese
flag. An English lady a-ked him if
he would really like to see the islands
under the Japanese flag, and he said
he would much piufer it to the Ameri
can II. ig. On being reminded that
the Japanese were idolaters, he re
plied that then there would be plenty
of good work to do. The bishop is
evidently looking for a job.
The British minister on the day the
11 ig was lowered told a clerk in the
Hawaiian News C inp.iny's establish
ment he had better "put those flags
(American) in a bag." This got into
the evening paper, and it did not look
so funny in print, so Maj. Wodohouse
denied it to one or two Americans,
when he whb told that the less he said
the belter, for two young men in tho
store weie ready to say under oath
that he did say so in their hearing.
There is a sori feeling among many
Americans about this pulling down of
the flag, and they are anxiously wait
ing to see how the news iB received in
Minister Stevens feels it keenly.
Pei Imps he would have felt differently
had lie received any ollicial notice of
such intention, but it has been posi
tively stated to me that no such notice
had been given him us late as Monday
night ; two days after the flag came
down Americans feel that common
courtesy would have prompted such
notice and they are grieved for him.
Ho is a brave and patient soul, and
not a murmur is heard from him.
The Japanese have been otlish to
wards the provisional government,
and followed the lead of the British
minister, not recognizing tho new
government till after the Claudine
sailed, though all the other consuls
had done so '1 he otlicers of tho
British ship Garnet did not call upon
the presideutof the provisional go veru
meiit, and the Japaueso oflicers have
followed their lead. Tho captain of
the Garnet called on Minister Stevens
as an old acquaintance, nut oflicially.
1 have never heard whether thu Japa
nese oflicers have called upon him or
Our dear friend Paul Neumann has
been working upon thu sympathies,
or chivalry, of the American people
by a pitiful tale of how the wicked
provisional government chartered the
only steamer there was to send their
commissioners to Washington, and
refused passage to tho queen's com
missioner. Is it customary fur a
general, when he is transporting his
army over a river, to furnish trans
portation fur tho enemy? It might
be exceedingly polite, but it would
not ho good generalship.
There are two local steamship com
panies hero, each owning several
steamers. If the queen wanted to
send her envoy iu haste to America
why did she not charter a steamer
Tho provisional government has
ueatt gen rousiy witti Her iu paying
her full salary us if she wero still
queen. It is a largo salary uud she
might have used some of it in that
way. I fail tosto why the ptovisional
OliAltlKI! A BTKAMKU
for her envoy nr accept such envoy's
company in a steamer chartered for
then own oiivuvh. It niiuht havo
been polite, hut not good generalship.
The ox-queen's salary has, d urine;
lliu past week, lieen stopped. It was
nut ih'i'iiu'il uccusdiiry lo furnish her
with funds to ubiidizu papers to op
pose the government any longer.
Hereafter alio will subsist on the in-
(C'urid'riuiti on lh liye.)