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VOL. VI. NO. 79G.
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rrl.Ia tt, n n..n-'n- Tn I .. t- nil ......
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier it gives a splendid lloor
For Vancouver, B. C,
From Sydney and Brisbane:
S. S. "WARIUMOO" Aug. 31, 1893
R. S. "MIOWEKA." :..Oct. 2, 18!
S. S. "W'AIUUMOO"; Nov. 1, 18!)3
S. S. "MIOWEKA" Dec. 2, 1893
S. S. "WABKIMOO" Jan. 1, 1891
AND MONTHLY THEREAFTER..
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IN OOKTNTEiaTIOJM ATITH
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THE FAMOUS TOURIST ROUTE OF THE WORLD.
G. P. R. are
$5 sced P 8 Less than U.S. Line
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'fl
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
For Sydney & Brisbane
From Vancouver, B. C:
S. S. "MIOWER A" Aug. 21, 1S03
8. S. "WARIUMOO" Sept. 21, 18'H
S. S. "MIOWEKA" Oct. 21. 1WU
S. S. "WARIUMOO" Nov. 21, 1893
S. S. "MIOWEKA" Dec.2l,'18M3
S, S. "WARIUMOO" Jan. 21, 1891
AND MONTHLY THEREAFTER.
STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTHLY.
TICKETS lsBued from Honolulu to CANADA, UNITED 8TATES and
EUROPE, also to BRISBANE and SYDNEY.
THE HAWAIIAN REVOLUTION.
For Brisbane and Sydney:
STEAMERS SAIL 21st EACH MONTH.
Freight and Passenger Agents:
D. McNICOLL, Montreal, Canada.
M. M. STERN, San Fraholwo, Cnl.
G. McL. BROWN, Vancouver, B. C.
For Victoria and Vancouver B. C:
Oct. 2d, Nov.
Jan. 1, 1891.
For Tickets and General Informa
tion apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
Agents for the Jlawaiian Island).
Pacific Mail S.S. Go. i Wilder's Steamship Co.
GiiNEiui. Commission- Aop.nth.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Between Alakea and Richards Streets.
I rpHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PKE-
JL pared to make all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Bronzu, Zinc, Tin and Lnu Cast
ings. Also a General Repair Shop for
Steam Kilning, l'ice Mills, Com Mill,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for the Cleaning of Collee, Castor Oils.
Beans, Ramie, Si-al, Pineapple leaves anil
othor Filnous Plants and Paper Stock.
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Arrow Root, etc.
Xy AH orders promptly attended to
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans"
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants.
Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer ni General Business Auent.
Maliukona, Kohala, Hawaii.
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
PALO ALTO STABLES,
WENNER & CO.,
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.
For Freight or Passage apply to
H. DAVIES & CO.,
Oceanic Steamship; Co.
Australian Mail Service,
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
W. C. Wihikr, Pres. S. B. Rose, Sec.
Gait. J. A. Kino, Port Supt.
Aug. 7, 1S!KJ
...Sept. IS, 18!tt
... Oct. Ill, lb93
...Nov. 7, 1693
. . . . Dec. , 1893
Feb. 0, lb9t
.. March 0, 1891
...April 1U, 1891
Manufacturing: anii I.MroHTiNU Jewelers.
92 Fort Street, Honolulu.
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Temporary oflieo with Mr. C. W. Ash ford.
Merchant st., Honolulu, H, I,
320 0ZPa.rrell St.
Two Blocks from Baldwin Hotel, S. F., Cal.
I BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO MY OLD
frii'iids and patrons in tlio Islands that
I have purchased the 'above Stables and
intend tu maintain its namoakc "Second
to None" lstclass. Livery Outlitsof every
description also on hand, tort-ale: Matched
Spans, Road and Draft Horses guaranteed
as represented. Correspondence invited.
i:. R. MILES,
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
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 tho above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that date.
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 the following dates':
Stmr "GAELIC" Aug. 8, 1893
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Aug. 16, 1893
Stmr "OCEANIC" Sept. to, 189J
rjtmr "CHINA" Nov. II, 1893
Stmr "OCEANIC" Dec. 4, lb93
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Jan. 2, lbfH
Stmr "OCEANIC" Feb. 12. Ib91
Stmr "CHINA" March 2ti, 1891
Stmr "GAELIC" May II, 1891
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. i., touching at
Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and Makena the
tame day; Mahukona, Kawaihuc and l,uu
pahoehoe the following day, arriving at
Hilo at midnight.
Friday Aug. 11
Tuesday Aug. 22
Friday Sept. 1
Tuesday Sept. 12
Friday Sept. 22
Tuesday Oct. 3
Friday Oct. 13
Returning leaves Hilo, touching at Lau
pahofhoe same day; Kawaihae a. m.; Ma
liukona 10 a. M. ; .MaKenu Ir, m. ; JNlaamca
Bay U r. m. ; Lahaina 8 r. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu U A. M. Wednes
day s and Saturdays.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Kukul Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Molnorny Block, Fort Street.
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
AdENTH TOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Tea and CofTe
AT ALL iiouna.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
C. 0. BEMER,
General Agent for Hawaiian IslandB.
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamhip Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or aoout
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.
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
HAMA. Cabin ?1J0 00
Cabin, round trip 4
months 223 00
Cnl'iu, round trip 12
months 2(12 M)
European Steerage... 85 OU
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU:
Wednesday Aug. 0
Saturday Aug. 19
Wednesday Aug. 30
Saturday Sept. 9
Wednesday Sept. 20
Saturday Sept. 30
Wednesday Oct. 11
Saturday Oct. 21
No Freight will bo
12 noon on day of bailing.
KONII. 175 00
Pasxenuer.-. navlni! full fare will he '
allowed 10 percent otl' return faro if return
ing within twelve months.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesda;
I'. M., touching at Kahului, Huelo
-.union iuiu ivipaiiiiiu.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
tjet No Freight will be received after
-1 r. M. on Uay of sailing.
For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HAGKFELD & CO.,
must bo at the landings to
receive their Freicht, as wo will not hold
alter sueii l'reigut
While tlio Company will use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, wo decline
to assume any responsibility in case of the
loss of same.
Tho Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
Win. G. Irwin,
W. M. (iillard,
Theo. C. Porter
President and Manager
- - - - Vice-President
Secretary and Treasurer
ALWAYS ON HAND.
HONOLULU IBON WORKS,
Stexm En(iini:h, Suoar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers. Iron, Butss, and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Mado to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blacksmithlng. Job Work executed at
O. B. niPLEY,
Complete phum and siiculllcutloiis for
every description of building. Contracts
drawn ftnil careful NUpcrlniondenco of coit
itruotlou given whuu requited. Call and
examine plans. Now thihigim. Modern
buildings. Olllce, Itoom&.SprcokiOs' Block.
Mutual Tel, 2.k
HL J. NOLTB, Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail
For further particulars reeardlnir
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
1-91 General Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Leading Journals in the Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holonma,"
Has the Largest Circulation on the Islands
and is the Best Medium for
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Nuuauu and Queen street (upstairs).
AGENTS OF THE
Q-. J. Wall or.
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Ang. I) Aug. 10
Sept. 0 : Sept. 13
Oct. 1 Oct. 11
Nov. 1 Nov. 8
G. BREWER & CO.
For Local Xtvs
From San Francisco
MONO W A I, Aug. 21
ALAMEDA, Sept. 21
MARIPOSA, Oct. Ill
MONOWAI, Nov. Id
From Sydney for
A LAM ED A, Aug 21
MONOWAI, Oct. 19
ALAMEDA, Nov. 10
CHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahii.
Agent to tako Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage License, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian IMuiuls of l'ltt.v
Bcott'ii Freight anil Parcel Express.
Agent for the Biirllngtoii liouto,
DR. S. ASANO,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 107 NUUANU AVENUE,
(Nearly opp. Eagle House.)
Mutual Teloplaone 34 1.
0 to 12 A. M
' to O'l'. i.
to Ci and
Physician and Surgeon
J. O. Carter President and Monnger
(1, li. Robertson Treasurer
E. V. Blsho Secretary
v. !'. Alien . ...
Hon. O. R. Bishop
D. U. A1IVI1
I H. WatArlinuw,
and UENERAL AOENT.
8X Mrolittt U
NO. 5 KUKCI LANE.
Bell TelejDlaone 53S
DPL. 3E. GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Bell Tolsnhono 186,
I Can be consulted at his residence at Kolulu.
i on the mauka ido of King rtieet, ami
1 Etta side of l.tllhu Hticet, hoiibo formerly
' occupied liy Mr. 0. L. Di-kIiii. 77U-tf
Are vou looking for a Sufe
and Profitable Investment at a
Small Annual Cost?
Then examine the New and
Novel Forms of Life Insurance
! now offered by
! BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT
Managers for Hawaiian Islands
OF THE UNITED STATEB.
I" AWN MOWERS TO LET BY THE
1-J day, week or month Repairing,
Cleaning and Sharpening done ; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when ri-ulrcd. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary around the house or stable,
Itiug up Mutual TVIephnuu l'2.
'..i?.tf M V Itliltm.'.KN
Honolulu, II. I,
C0 cfntt a month,
ALL PARTIES DE.SIRIN'll TO 00 TO I i-omilioroo,
Waiakeakua Falls in Mauoa Vallc.v iuo wliito
are ueieny rcipieMcii in iniuiiii a periius
hlou from the undersigned, otherw lee they
will be prosecuted for trespass if found on
the proinUcs without hiicIi pcriultsluii,
JAS. 11. BOYll,
i at tho Land Olllcv, Hiiprcine Court Build-
' Hoiiolulu, Juuo 17, 1B'J3. TU-U
Theo. II. Davies in Nineteenth Century.
Tho Hawaiian revolution presents
n Forius of auouialies which could
only exist in a small and secluded
1. A number of poaeoablo, ordorly
business and professional men havo
been, by acclamation at a public
meeting in Honolulu, formed iuto a
Provisional Government, and, with
out anj appeal to tho electorate or
to tho residents of tho othor seven
islands, thoy aro now on gaged in
making, altering, and abrogating
laws, under tho protection of tho
United States flag. Vacancies in
their own body, or in tho Supromo
Court, or in any otuor uouy aro uiieu
by appointment of tho said Provi
sional Government, and practically
thoro is no electorate.
2. A Commission of fivo gentle
men, three of them tho sons or
grandsons of American missionaries,
aud all of thorn sworn to maintain
tho Hawaiian Constitution, havo
proceeded to Washington to request
tho United States Government to
tako forcible posessiou of tho Ha
waiian territory, in dofiauco of tho
known will of Hawaiian people,
whoso will, moreover, they daro not
bring to tho test of a vote.
S3. Over their hotel at Washington
tlio (Jommisstoners liy tho .Hawaiian
flag, and thoy demand recognition
as the representatives of an indepen
dent nation, at the same time that
tho Provisional Government which
thoy ropreseut has caused tho United
States flag to bo hoisted over tho
legislative hall aud oxecutive build
ing in Honolulu.
5. Tho Hawaiian Constitution was
largely tho production of Mr. Dolo
and Mr. Thurston, two legal gentle
men who aro now respectively at tho
head of tho Provisional Govornmout
and of tho Annexation Commission.
Tho Constitution was forced upon
tho lato King in 1887, as tho only
remedy for corrupt government, and
both tlio.e gentlemen aro undor oath
to maintain it. Tho principal charge
against Quoen Liliuokalani is that
she attempted to upsot this Constitu
tion, and tho reined adopted has
been to dethrone the Queoii, aud to
riddlo tho Constitution in every
direction, or perhaps, moro correctly
speaking, to use it as a skipping-rope,
keeping part aud jumping part at
My purpose is briefly to explain
the circumstances which have led to
this paradoxical condition.
Tuo Hawaiian revolution really
began exactly twenty years ago. In
tho year 1873 a meeting of tho Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce was sum
moned to consider a proposal to the
following effect: 'That tho Chamber
recommend tho Hawaiian Govern
ment to offer to cede to tho United
States tho harbour of Pearl River,
in roturn for tho free admission of
Hawaiiau produco iuto tho United
The mooting was a very full one,
perhaps thirty members attending,
aud it included Americans, English
men aud Germans, with probably no
Hawaiians. Tho president, who re
commended the resolution to tho
Chamber, was ouo of tho most
rospected men in social, commercial,
and religious circles; ho was a mem
ber of the King's Privy Council, and
was a lay member of one of tho
original bauds of Amorican mis
sionaries sont to Hawaii. Tho
Chamber itself consisted of tho solid,
respectable class of men who havo
built up tho commerce of Hawaii,
and thoro wore no adventurers among
them. Tho president's proposal was
almost unanimously approved, aud a
committeo was appointed to confer
with tho Govornmout regarding it.
This committee consisted of Ameri
cans and Englishmen, aud one of tho
latter opened the mooting by saying,
'1 may as well state plainly that I am
in favour of annexation of tho whole
of tho islands to tho United States.'
This speaker had been, and was
afterwards, a Hawaiian Cabinet
Minister. Nothing camo then of
this discussion, but it throws a flood
of light upon subsequent Hawaiiau
history, and servos to mark tho atti
tudo of mind of men who havo had,
to a great extent, the guidance of
Hawaiiau affairs, aud who havo
helped to fill tho Cabinet and the
Aitnougii tlio King was very
desirous to follow tho advice of his
white councillors, tho natives boeamo
generally alarmed at the threats
against their autonomy, aud Queen
Emma (thou Queen Dowager) and
other chiefs expressed the gravest
anxiety as to tho result of tho dis
cussion that had been origiuated by
the Chamber of Commerce.
1 have always regarded tho abovo
incident as the point of separation
between tlio natives and foreigners,
and tlio result has been most disas
trous to Hawaii.
The advocates of partial or ontiro
cession of Hawaiian territory havo
never boomed to roaliso that thoy
were dealing with the vital instincts
of another raco of pooplo. Tho Ha
waiians had welcomed tho white
man, had recoived from him his re
ligion and civilisation, had hauded
over to him practically tho commer
cial and political administration of
tho laud, mid had only made one
condition that tho trust should not
be betrayed. Tho Hawaiiau could
not profit greatly by the fertility of
the soil, nor by the his'h state of
cultivation, nor by the increase of
but lie wns willing to let
man work for tho white
mans bcnclit, and the Hawaiian
car i'd chiefly for his fields and his
people and his 'Uawaii-uei,'
(Co-ifiriuttf on Jilh 1'ayt,)