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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, SEPT. 11, 1893.
Our morniug coutomporary makes
a labored argument against tho
"justice" of restoration of tho "mon
archy by tho United Statos. This is
moro legitimate thau tho sort of
politics habitual with the Advertiser.
But why bogiu it at this lato dato?
Tho P. G. organs havo been tolling
us all along that there was not the
slightest possibility of restoration
from the United States Government.
They aro rathor a day bohind the
fair now iu tacitly admitting such a
possibility by their piteous plead
ings against its consummation.
Tho Outlook (lato Christian Union)
of August 20, in an editorial article
on the decisiou of tho arbitrators in
tho Bearing Sea matter, says: "It is
disagreeable to haul down tho flag
whethor literally a3 in tho case ol
Hawaii, or metaphorically as in the
withdrawal of our untenable claims
in tho Behring Sea cases. But the
responsibility for so doing must al
ways lio with those who hastily and
recklessly put tho flag in a placo
where it has no right to be." Mr.
John L. Stevens, of Maine, is pro
bably repenting his hasty and rock
less action hero.
Ye gods and little fishos! Ao.d so
the great Hawaiian Star, which was
to reform journalism in Honolulu,
has at last had to come down to
using "boiler plate," no less than
five columns of its Saturday's edition
being takon up with this hih-clas?
feature! For tho uninitiated, it ma
bo mentioned that "boiler plate" it
stereotyped columns of hashed up
extracts issued by certain companies
iu the United States and sold by the
fathom to obscure, hay-seed news
papers to fill up with. Boiler plate
is only used by small newspapers
who aro unable to keep up a decent
staff of compositors.
FIGHTING- SHY OF ISSUES.
For the Advertiser to say that
"statements about the finance de
partment and the government" art
'"absurdly false," does not affect those '
statements any more thau tho sting
of a mosquito on a bullock's horn.
However, tho Bulletin made uc
statements about tho finance depart
inont as such last Friday, but dealt
with the financial condition of tin
Government which tho Advertiser,
Star and Friend havo boon falsoh
representing as good. Tho Bulletin
showed from tho official figure?, no'.
for the first time, that the financia
position of the country has beoi
brought, by tho extravagance of tin
Provisional Government, to the wors;
state it has ever occupied. Lot tho
Advertiser disprove this assertion b
straight fact and fair argumont if i
can, instead of making itsolf con
tempt iblo by dragging iu personali
ties that havo nothing to do witl
tho case. Since the Advertiser ha-,
taken this line of attack, however,
we shall go as far in reply as to saj
that the present Minister of Finance
approved of tho Bulletin's initiation
of attack on tho military extrava
gance of the Government, and as a
matter of fact backed it up in tho
Councils only to bo borne down by
a fierco majority. That majority's
last thought was to givo such an im
proved administration of affairs as
would establish it so firmly in the
favor of tho community as to dis
pense with the necessity of ruinous
ly expensive military defenses.
Expedition to Molokai.
An expedition to the Lower Settle
ment loft by the steamer Hawaii on
Sunday. It consisted of: Attoruey
Genoral W. O. Smith. President,
and other members of the Board of
Health; Mr. J. A. King, Minister of
tho Interior; Air. C. B. Boynold,
executive officer of tho Board; Dr.
Cooper, Government phyaiciau; Mr.
Newman, druggist; Mr. J. M. Oat,
Postmaster General; Mr. J. F.
Brown, Government surveyor; Mr.
J. Emmeluth, of tho Advisory Coun
cil; Dr. C. T. Kodgers, secretary of
Executive and Advisory Councilt;
Dr. Goto, physician at tho Settle
ment; tho Bishop of Panopolis and
Mr. Stilos of tho Foreign Office, who
went to attond the unveiling of the
Damieu monument; Bishop aud Mr.s,
Willis; Dr. Sharp and Prof. Libbuy,
of the American Dental Association,
and Dr. Nicholl, dentist.
Tho success of Mrs. Annie M.
Beam, of McKeosport, Pennsylvania,
in the treatment of diarrhoea iu her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothers. She Bay-:
"I spont several weeks in Jonstowt',
Pa., after the great flood, on account
of rny husband boiug employed
thoro. We had sovoral children with
ua, two of whom took tho diarrhoea
vory badly. I got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy from Rev. Mr. Ohapinau.
It cured both of them, 1 knew of
several other cases whore it wai
equally successful, I think it can
not be excelled and cheerfully re
commend it." 25 and f0 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith Si Co,, uuoatu for thu Jinvvai-
Notes on tlio Passing Show.
Whether tlio Queon has or hns
not, lunclorod mi financial assist
anno to thoso papers who linvo sup
poru-il tuo cause ana uio nlits ol
tho Hawaiians. against t ho present
thioviiiB scheme supported by tin
btar, is ot no concern to anyone.
Whether she has or has not "cut off
the linanoial supplies of her press
adherents," aa tlto Star terms it, is
Those friends of tho Hawaiiaus,
who havo devoted their time, and
thoso who havo rendored financial
assistance for their cause, aro to bo
praised for their worthy and good
work. Thoso journals havo not
abused tho "groat Atnerieau (W7
registered votors colony here," any
more thau you havo tho" Hawaiian,
thoir supporters and their Queen, '
Mr. Star man. "Tho professions of
loyalty to England" searo has also
originated from your side, Mr. Star.
The Star also says, "as a quiet and
dignified claimant to tho throne she
might havo escaped much criticism
which hor placo as almoner to a rep
tilo press has drawu upou hor." No,
Mr. Star, that' is uo excuse for all
tho insults and abuso thai you havo
inflicted on hor, thoy cannot bo ab
solved by any such expression. As
a set of cowards, you huvo takon ad
vantage of hor position, to vilify her
iu every possible manner. You would
havo dono that anyhow, whether you
thought sho was rendering assistance
to any of tho press or not.
That tho Quoon has been a quiet
and dignified claimant for hor rights,
cannot bo gainsaid. The forbearing
aud Christian spirit shown by her,
when insult upou insult has been
hurled at her, is enough to put all of
tho Star clique to shaim. In fact
, the' should look to hor as au exam
ple of a true Christian,
i Saturday evening's Star has a
bombastic uows articlo showing how
I tho Hawaiians are treated in the
I Government service Sifted down
it will i)o seen that out of a list of
ton nationalities tho Hawaiians, after
the Portuguoso aud thoso Unclassi
fied, receive tho lowest pay indivi
dually. Tho following list is figured
frqiu tho Star's own statement, tho
odd cents are not included. Average
pay to each man:
I South yea Islanders.
It is to be expected, then, that the
i pay roll of tho police will provo to
t be a similar comparison. Why
should uot Hawaiians be employed
in the Government service? Aro
they to be set aside to make room
for thoso who havo no interest iu
this country whatever? Aud aro
they to bo made to feel that thoy
i aro being employed a3 a special
favor, or for charity's sake? That
is just what the Hawaiiaus may ex
pect, in tho event of tho Star's
annexation schomo being carried
This is tho latest from that Chris
tian, the Kev. S. E. Bishop. It ap
pears iu the Friend for September,
on tho page set apart for tho uso of
the Hawaiian Board, tho matter on
which page, Mr. Bishop requested
tho Advertiser of last Wednesday
I to state, was written by him. lie
j says, "with tho improved prospects
I of tho Hawaiian people in the re
' moval of tho corrupting influences
r of tho monarchy our girls' school,
i rightly supported, will contribute
i essentially to the uplifting of the
people." Fancy Mr. Bishop writing
iu that manner of tho Queen, of a
lady who is moro of a Christian than
I some of those who openly profess
Christ, and havo been preaching
i Christ to her subjects.
Mark tho difference, the Principal .
of the Kawaiahao Seminary said iu
tho Bulletin tho other evening that ,
tho Queeu "has always taken a deep
interest in Kawaiahao Seminary,
both by hor good advice aud material '
aid." Has S. E. Bishop douo as i
much as that? It is well known that j
through tho interest takon by tho
Queeu iu tho education of Hawaiian
girls, a larger uumbor havo been
schooled there than otherwise would i
have been. Let tho Queeu aud other '
Hawaiian patrons withdraw their i
support, what will become of the
Has it not depended nearly
entirely on tho
Rooms to lot with board at llaui
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith &i Co.'s.
For New Silks and Infants'
tits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith 6i Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Iiousou, Smit h it Co.,
Dr. R. 1. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. II. Huddy, D. D. S,, has
removed his oilico from King street
to Beretauin stroet, near Emma.
Do not forgot tho timo when you
can ring up N. F. Burgess to do
your work. Watch his nu., till nine
iu tho morning. Mutual telephone
If your piano wants to bo tuned,
please remember Chr. Herskiud, cer
tificated piano maker aud tuner,
Puuhallow house, opposito St. An
drew's Church, Burotuuia street.
Mutual tolophouo (ill.
For a lamo buck or for a pain iu
tlio sido or oliust, try saturating a
niouo of ilanuol with Chnmljurluiu'H
i'aiii Buliu and binding it unto tho
atToutud )nrtw. This trontinunt will
euro any ordinary cuho in ouu or two
duyx. i'aiii Jialm nltto uurn.i rlimiiu-
filluiti rjl mint lifil! Inn fir unlit III'
all dealers, liuimon, Smith & Co,,
' auonU for thu Hawaiian Inlands,
COMFORT IN SECOND CABIN.
Good Borths and Food in tho S. S.
Many respectable people, who arc
jot not Inirdmu'd will) monoy, havo
.r,,,r ,,f tim u-nl 'sti..ir:iLm" in
oonneet ion with ocean steamer nas-
sage. fcu tar as being tioruoti witn
sotno ellipses who perforce travel
steerage there is probably a good
deal of reason for this prejudice.
Vet as a reporter learned by per
sonal inspection, in company with
tho gentlemanly steward, .Mr. James
-people ho apply in linio to securo
first choice can obtain very eonifort
iblo quarters in the second cabin of
the S. S. Australia under tho natno
of steerage pa.ago. One side ot tho
secniul cabin is leserved for womon,
who have large, airy berths, to the
number of 12, and convenient sani
tary anangemouts. Tho other side,
for the men, is equally well fitted
out, with several more berths. Tho
steerage proper is separated from
tho second cabin by folding doors,
aud, although it is bunked for many
nioio people, it is yet airy, well
lighted aud clean. It affords as
much com Tort as tho general run
ol its occupants desire, tho main
dmwbaek to tho moro fastidious
being tho company of a strange
crowd of different nationalities.
He.sides tho comfortable night
quarters of the second cabin,
the passengers havo a good table
with fresh meat aud vegetables, and
clean linen cloths. They havo the
benefit of the ship's physician if ill,
which tho passengers by sailing ves
sels sometimes .sadly miss. What
will be appreciated as much as any
thing, alho, is the short timo at sea
for all those who are not taking tho
voyage purely for tho sea air. Peo
ple of limited means, who would
take a run to San Francisco occa
sionally but aro deterred by tho
cost of iir.st cabin passage, should
not give up the notion of a trip if
they can reserve a second cabin
berth for themselves on tho Austra
lia. Tho Baud Will Not Loavo.
The Hawaiian National Band has
decided, by a voto of 21 to li, not to
i accept the offer of tho Cyclorama
Company to go to Chicago. Their
reasons are chiefly that tho 23 por-
1 cent of receipts might mean nothing,
the sub-eriptions for their families
' until they made something wore too
indefinite, aud the accommodations
' and fare were not certain to be
The deoisivo meeting was held on
tho Aylett premises, tho scene, of tho
first Hawaiian mass meeting after
the revolution of 18S7.
Mr. .1. E. Bush as interpreter ox
plained the tmior of the ngtcement
brought by Mr. Ciiio.C.Bcckley from
J. ICuanioo, drummer, protested
against .some of the ai tides. Noth
ing was aitl about any money being
advanced for the bandsmen's fam
ilies lott in Honolulu. Ho had nk-
J ed Mr. Beekley to draft out another
agreement, which the latter refused.
I Mr.Becklev stated that t he project
of taking the National band to t ho
tfivr was not Thurston's, but his
own, on account of hi.s love for his
native countrymen. When he asked
for financial aid among meichanls
in San Fianci-co for taking the
band to tho World's Fair, they
had responded promptly and he had
collected several hundred dollars.
Siiould the National Band visit the
Stall's it would be a great boom for
the lesloration of the Queen, and
the event would tako placo all tho
Chairman Sam Kamakaia said,
after the vote not to no, ho was sorry
indeed that Mr. Bdckloy's lovo for
his countrymen did not crop up a
lit t lo earlier iu tho first mouths of
the Fair. That gentleman hid got
as far as San Francisco, when he
thought of the National Bind. IIo
would tender tho sincere thanks of
the National Bind to Mr. Beekloy
for his undertaking so much trouble
for them. Tho meeting thou ad
journed. Tho Hawaiian National Band will
givo a concert at tho Hotel to-morrow
Two Chinamen were find S10 each
in tho District Court this morning
for playing doininos on Sunday.
Several complaints havintr been
' mndo of the using of water for irri
fit ion purposes outside certain hours
by residents near Thomas Square, in
veMignlion has elicited that the
water is not got from the Govern
ment reservoirs, but from an artesian
ON FOIiT STUUIOT, A
ICe.. Kinder please
leave at this
8 I -at
"VfOTK !: IS JIKKKJiY
IN Kiven that thu follow
In ilr.-crilieil Animal will
he i-old at I'ulille Auction,
on H.VriWtPAY. Sent. III.
IH'Jli, ut lJo'cloi-l; noon, ut tins (Joviriiiuuiit
round lit Miilviki:
1 Sorrel Hurif with white snot on fore
head, three li-L's white, hiandeil "Jit" on
ilKlilMiKllPH, uNo "TO" on left hind leg.
far- oivnnr nf tin. niifim, Aiiiinni .mi-
send in his claim within 10 da.s, other-
Wl-U II Will l)U Mllll Oil lilt' I1IIIU UDOVU
named. JIM KL'KO.NA,
Government 1 'omnium! or.
Honolulu, K.-pt. 7, IWM. V2l-'Jt
FOJR, S-A.LjEE! I
--1 HAVli R)K SAI-K
2000 PINEAPPLE PLANTS
I'Oli SAl.i: IN I.O'fSTOblJIT.
CAN BE SEEN AT UY SALESROOM.
60 cents a vumlh,
Hawaiian Men Go., L'i
Saturday, Sept. 9, 1S0S.
The wind blows gently and
the clouds hover over Manoa
and there the rain softly pat
ters on the shingles. On the
lower levels, outside the realms
of the water carts, the dust
piles up thicker than rumors
as to the political situation.
The Water Works seem to
be out of a job and the Aer-
motor silently pumps, pumps,
pumps and tne lawns, some
lawns giow greener every
day. Cane land which other
wise would go to waste has
been made available on a half
dozen plantations by the use
of Aermotors. Managers will
understand the term when we
say that at Kahuku the Aer
motor supplies three men's
water. If it does so much at
Kahuku it will do it elsewhere.
Ihe recent robberies com
mitted throughout the city, but
more particularly "on the
plains," warrant people every
where guarding themselves
against midnight intruders.
Pistols and watchmen's whis
tles are excellent things to
keep under the pillow. We
have imported some very fine
Smith & Wesson Revolvers of
ine nimsi ijucuiiy unu pumuu-
larly adapted for use on peo
ple who break in and steal.
We have selected none but
double acting with blue barrels,
guaranteed to be the best
Honolulu is one of the few
places on the map where the
sun shines on both sides of the
street every day in the y ear
and this fact makes it particu
larly pleasant for persons who
enjoy an afternoon siesta in a
hammock, pleasant, not be
cause the sun shines on them,
but because there are no cold
winds to run a shiver alony
one's spinal column,
have a few Hammocks,
ones too, that were built
daily for two people,
have hammock hooks
rinefs for people who
been used to t)ing" their ham
mocks to the trees.
By the "Australia" we re
ceived more of the Keystone
Egg Beaters, the acknow
ledged superior to any egg
beater ever sold in this mar
ket. They an: easiest to
handle and easiest to clean,
and do the best work in the
Bailey's Rubber Brushes are
used extensively in the United
States for toilet purposes and
most people prefer them to
bristles. We have a few of
the small size flesh and nail
sort that we are anxious to get
rid of because they do not
rightly belong in the stock of
the hardware merchant. You
can have them for about half
the usual price.
Our San P'rancUco buyer
sent us some of the hand
somest Levels Tor carpenters
and masons' use we have ever
seen. Not only handsome but
useful, mechanically accurate,
with horizontal and perpendi
cular glasses. We have also
the cheaper variety for plain
every day work. In addition
to levels we have every sort
of tool used by carpenters and
of the finest quality. Dissto'n's
Saws are a specialty with us.
The China steamer will be
along presently and you'll
want a brass cage for the bird
yuu areguuig 10 uny. uioiuer i
reason for your wanting a cage '
is the arrival ot the "Irmgard
I , oqor. mPlU f I nVqin
w,u cin isor.muu oi Lavsan
lbhllld birds. We have il fine
assortment of Solid brass
Ca(es as pretty as jou care
to have thi'm.
Picture Hooks for mouldings
and Picture Knobs for driving
mnw ni4 riKf.ii n.rl frum no n Kit
cheaper and probably a trifle
better than the average run of
them. Gilt and Silver Picture
Cords made by tiie Hendryx
Company in Connecticut have
a place on our shelves. If
your pictures are heavy get
the gilt, it's stronger.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0i.i,ltu HprccUeU' DIooW,
B07 1PQ11T STUHI9T.
By Iiowis J. Lovoy.
House &; Lot
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 20
AT 12 O'OI.OOK NOON,
-A.T 3&TY SAXiE3S:R.001iS
I WILL RRLt. AT rVIIt.IC AUCTION
The Lease of House & Lot
occunleil hv Mrs. W. L. Greon, Mill
rormcrlv tliu icsUlonou or tlio into
Q. Wlliler, nml sltuntPil Ijetivenn tlio lot
new ocoimicil liv Mm. S. G. Wilder nnd
Hon. 0. It. Uihd.
KT" Tho leti'o for tlipcntlro Premises
is for II ycaia wlthn privilege of 10 years
Lewis J. Levey,
For SAN FBANOISCO.
THE At STEAMSHIP
A TTjrnT3 A T .T A ft
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOIt THE AIIOVK POUT OS
Wednesday, Sept. 13th,
-uu Tlirouuh i'icki
cts from tills c
iity to all
points in the United States.
For farther particulars regarding Freight
or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
822-iit Onnnrnl Agent.
A KINK JAPANESE STKAMEK
Due hero first week of next month directly
from Japan, will le Despatched for
the uliove Port on or about
Sept 13, 1893,
(Instead of "Curala" as formerly
tMT" F-ir further particulars regarding
Passage and Freight, apply to
K. OG-URA & CO.,
7!M-til lliitlSt ltoWnon Klonk.
If yon want a Good Pair of
-: C3-3L, OVES:-
For Driving or Walking I can sell 'em to
you. Or if you want to see some
3STew -:- 3STe ckwear
In tho Latest Designs and Shapes; call
around and feast your eyes. I
havo also got a New Stock of
COLLARS : and : CUFFS
And above all do not forget that I am
Making v Shirts '.'To v Order
In all Styles and that I am Sole Agent
DR. G. JAEGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR
IiS Your physician recommends it for
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 6 K.UKUI I.ANE.
Bell Telephone 535
d:r,. :m:. goto,
and : Surgeon
Boll Toloplaorxo IBS,
On'icts Miuinal;c:i strut!!, Iront of No. 6
Muslim Cu.'m HiiIMIiik.
to B F. M.
Has Resumed Practice at No, 49 Here
OFFICII llOUHd.-HluOA. u,, 1 to3 nml
7 to a i'. m,
Uolli TdlepUonau Nc. 330.
Corner Port Se
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
We Guarantee Every Package
iter "VVES SEND OXJT -
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FREBH CONSIGNMENT, CONBISTINU OP
40 Oases I
50 Dozen I
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY TILE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OH
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SP2S Fort StTt. -
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TRE6L0AN & SON.
Gl - ISTS,
- - ETonoVulu., H. I.