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VOL. VI. NO. 775. HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1893. PRICE 5 CENTS. i
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OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
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land on or about
Ana win leave lor tne above tk
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For Sydney and Auckland:
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Of the Oceanio Steamship Company will
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on or about
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from 8. F.
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Kept. 0 Sept. 13
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Friday July 21
Tuesday Aug. 1
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Tuesday Aug. j.i
Friday Sept. 1
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Wednesday.-. July 19
Saturday July 29
Wednesday Aug. 0
Saturday Aug. 19
Wednesday Aug. 80
Saturday Sept. 9
Wednesday Sept. 20
Saturday Sept. 30
Wednesday Oct. 11
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Also, a Vuluable Mock of Urick Uuild-
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Several Desirable Resiliences at flrst-
1 Upright Piano For Balo
ALL I'KltSONS HAVI.NO CLAIMS
iigtilnnt thu uatatu of It. 0, lIurnlleM,
ilucuUM'd, are rmiueHtud to prosmit them to
mo within thirty du from tliU ditto, or
ihuy will Im forever barreili anilull pomoiib
indebted to tho uld ilffianal uru miuoUtl
to nutUi ImuiulUtti i y 1 1 to n t V .'!"... .
THOMAS ItAlN WALKCIl,
Honolulu, Juiiu'J7,1i;i.I. 7uj-lw
,1 kliuli UoMuiwIul Hinting
promptly tututfil nt low rain til the
HONOR TO THE QUEEN.
How Her Present Traducers Once
Fawned on Lilinokalani,
Statements of Fact tor Making Which
1 Rordhoff is Hated.
Tho following is from the Hono
lulu letter of Mr. Ghas. NordhofT in
the Now York Herald of Juno 2.
This extract is republished by gen
eral request. It would havo appear
ed h&ro before only that tho first
copy to hand was borrowed from
chahacteh or the queen.
It is necessary to say something as
to tho Queen. Her character lias
been traduced, . and she has beon.
charcod with boiuir an idolatoruid
carrying ou a shameful life. This
has been ono of tho reasons given
why sho was driven away and should
bo kept from the throne, and this
has been assiduously assorted by tho
annexationists. She is unfit to reign,
say they, because her lifo has been
idolatrous aud scandalous.
Now, as an American citizen, I
don't care a rap who reigns in those
islands. As an American I am only
anxious that we shall not encumber
ourselves with a possession which
would bo an endless trouble and ex
peuso to us aud of no uso whatever.
for it does not offer cheap homos for
Americans. It has a population,
preposterously mixed and largely
Asiatic, which we cannot safely take
in as citizens of tho United States.
It would bo very costly to defend in
timo of war, and inconvenient, and,
iu fact, au ideal place for jobbers of
But 1 seo that this so bitterly re
viled Queen may yet play an import
ant part iu tho final settlement of
therefore, of genoral interest, per
haps importance, b or this reason 1
havo takon some trouble to ascertain
how she stood as a private person
and as Queon up to the lime of, say,
October last, when for annexation
purposes it became expedient to re
vile and accuso her. The result is
NO SCANDAL ATTACHED TO HER NAME.
The Queen has lived here all her
life and always as a prominent per
son. Her husband was an American,
John Dominis, a Boston man, I be
lieve. She is now fifty-five years old
and sho came to tho throno two
years ago last January. So far as I
havo beon able to hear no scandals
were ovor attached to her naino even
in this gossippy little town. On tho
contrary, when sho became Queen
the extremely respectable missionary
organ, tho Pacific Commercial Ad
vertiser, said of her iu a loading edi
torial, "She is a lady of culture and
shrowd observation, with abundant
For many years as a private lady
she moved in the society of tho city
merely as a prominent and respected
member of that society. Later on
as a member of tho royal family, and
still later as heiress apparent, Hor
Majesty had tho advautago of a
nearer view of tho public affairs.
Soon after her accession a sermon
was preacueu in tne principal Jfro
testaut church here, the Central
Union Church, by the Rev. E. G.
Beckwith, now an annexationist, in
which ho spoko in such laudatory
terms of tho Queon that if sho had
boon au angel from heaven he could
hardly havo used stronger language.
Mr. Beckwith was no new comer.
He has lived hero a groat many years
and ho spoko of tho Queon as "our
now and gonial sovereign," "our lov
ing rulor,'' "our gracious sovoroigu."
"Long live our loving Queen, he
wont on. "She will need all the
cheer a ioviug people can give her.
Lot us holp Her Majesty, thoUj by a
largo and generous and uplifting
loyalty. Let us givo her tho confi
dence that begets confidence. Lot
us givo hor such a glad welcomo to
the throno of the laud wo love as
will fill her witli a grand enthu
siasm." pitAi&En iit aoon autiiomtv.
Iu tho Review of Reviews for
September, 1891, tho Row Sorono
Bishop, who has of lato beou one
of her chief revilers, accusiug her of
idolatry among other tilings, wrote
"She has long had a prominout
place in Honolulu society, associat
ing from youth with tho most culti
vated ladies of tho capital. Sho has
a perfect uso of good English, aud a
good literary and au especially good
musical culture. The Queen's man
uur is peculiarly winning, hor bear
nig iioblo and becoming; tho latter
a characteristic of Hawaiian royalty,"
lie remarked that tho Queen, un
like Queen Emma, who joined tho
Kpiecopal Church, muiutniiiod her
couuoutiou witli the old missionary
uhurcli. "For homo years," ho added,
"bIid has Douu a uieinUor ol tho
Woman's Board of Minions and an
interested participant iu their meet,
ingrt. She has long been a very active
lttlrouon.H of thu largo seminary for
trainiiiK native L'irW, and greatly
looked uu to by tcuchord and
So far, thon, sho must havo boon a
conspicuously good woman, else tho
respectable Pacific Advortisor and
tho equally respected Rovb. Bishop
and Beckwith, both long in the
land, would not havo spokon her
That was as lato aB September,
1891. What of tho mouths that fol
lowed? Well, I havo looked ovor a
Bcrap book kept by a gentleman who
interested himself iu tho social rela
tions of the Queon from hor acces
sion. It is a record of the persons
reported iu tho respectable Advor
tisor and other papers as being pro
sent at the Queen's balls, children's
parties, musicaies and other social
To hear what tho annexationists
aro now saying about hor you would
suppose only the riff-raff of the town
attended at tho palaco, but as a mat
ter of fact from first to last tho elite
(of society were there with their
wives and daughtors.
HONORED BY THE BEST CITIZENS.
"Accession day" was colobratod at
tho palaco January 19, 1892, and to
see and congratulate tho Queen
came the Ruv. Mr. and Mrs. Soreno
E. Bishop. Mr. Bishop is now tho
most blatant annexationist of them
all. Tho Rev. Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Beckwith wero thoro, and I find in
this printed list Mr. and Mrs. Bolto.
Mr. Bolto is now a member of the
annexationist Advisory Council. Mr.
auu Mrs. (Juarles Al. Cooko attend
ed. Mr. Cooko was, I believe, ono
of tho special annexation Commis
sioners to Washington. Dr. and
Mrs. John S. McQrew and Miss Mc
Grew wero there. Dr. McGrew is
now a .loading annexationist, though
not a citizen of this couutry. J. A.
McCandless, who was lately in tho
Advisory Council of tho anuoxation
government, was present with his
wife. Mr. Alexander Young, of the
Advisory Council, aud a long list of
others wore iu attendance. The
most eminent citizons of Honolulu
for piety, wealth aud other Bocrul
distinction took their wives and
daughters to the Queen's feast four
teen months ago.
The Queon gave a children's party
February 22, 1892, aud again society
went, aud ono hundred children of
the most prominent persons of Ho
nolulu society were allowed by their
most respectable parents to go and
many of them to dance there.
The Queeu gave a party May 12,
1892, to acknowledge tho presenta
tion to her of a piano framed in
Hawaiian wood, this gift coming not
from whore you would expect, tho
riff-raff of Honolulu, but from its
most respectable residents, and. -on
the printed list of those invited I
find Minister Stevens and his wife
and daughter, Cousul-Genoral Sev
erance, and an array of the most
notable names in society here, most
of whom wero present Chief Jus
tice Judd and Mrs. Judd, Judge and
Mrs. Dole, tho Rev. Mr. and Mrs.
Beckwith and Miss Bockwith, the
Hon. and Mrs. W. F. Alien, and a
long list of others. Tho report adds
that Miss Carrie Castle, Miss Mc
Grow, tho Central Union Church
choir aud other young ladies took
part in the concert.
BREAKFAST WITH MUJISTEU STEVENS.
I had nearly fdrgotten to say that
on April 19, 1892, Minister Stevens
gave a breakfast in honor of the
Queen. "Hor Majesty will be pres
ent," says tho card of invitation, aud
thero wero present also such excel
lent persons as Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Damon, Mr. Damon now being Vice
President of the provisional govoru
mon t; Mrs. H. YVaterhouso, Consul
Geuoral and Mrs. Severance, aud, of
course, Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, and by
a pretty arrangoment several young
ladies among them Miss Dollie
waited ou tho Quoeu and other
guests, says tho report.
Thero was a Stato ball at the
palaco July 7, 1892. So far as I can
discover all tho most eminently re
spectable society of both sexes wero
thoro. There was anothor ball at
the palaco August 19, 1892; and again
tho Dost persons figure .in tho list,
with their wives and daughtors.
Tho Quoon's birthday was colo
bratod at tho palace April 2, 1892,
and again all tho best citizens, head
ed by Chief Justice and Mrs. Judd,
Mr. aud Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Watorhoiibo, Jr., aud so
on, wore present.
At tho dedication of tho Central
Union, the fashionable church of
Honolulu, last December, tho Queen
was invited to bo present. Later a
pormanont ,pow was sot apart for
her, for which she was allowed to
subscribe $100. So lato as the first
week in January, 1893, only a few
days boforo the revolution, she paid
$200 to make up tho salary of tho
pastor iu a sister church, having
been asked to do this by Mr. W. R.
Castle, lately annexation Commis
sioner to Washington.
ULACKOUAROEI) AS A I'OLITICAI. NECES
SITY. lam trying to show 3'ou that un
til it became a political necessity to
blackguard this Queen, to defame
Hior character, by way of justifying
tho revolution against hor, sho was
regarded as a good woman by all tho
best citizens of Houolulu good
enough for them to take their wives
and young daughters to hor house
and to bo invited to their houses
and welcomo to their church. It is
impossible that they would have
tiinio this if tho Queon had been a
bad aud uiichristiai) woman.
For a cut, brui&o, burn or scald,
tiiuro is nothing otjuul to Ohumbor
Iain's i'aiu Balm. It heals tint parts
mote (illicitly than any other uppli.
cation, and utiles the injury is very
iovoro, uu scar is left. For wile by
all dealer, Benton, Smith T& Co..
I BKonU for tho Hawaiian InUuda,
wuiimi iei, -mo.