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THE HAWAIIAN POLICY.
SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 1893.
Mr. Smith, Attonioy General, clo
nics that hu iutorfurod with tho
.Marshal's issuing of furlhur warrants
ngaiust Uio editor of tho Star for
libol. , Ho says that owing to tho
wrangling over, bail with tho Mar
shal, on oucaaious of arrests for libol,
tho Marshal was simply advised to
use tho discretion tho now law al
lows him, in issuing penal summons
instead of warrauts on .complaints of
libel. This was after throo warrants
of arrest against tho editor of tho
Star had boon executed.
MORE MASS MEETING FOLLY.
Posters about town, signed by R
M. Hatch and J. W. Joues, presi
dent and secretary respectively of
the Annexation Club, call a mooting
of annexationists for this opening,
"to cousider the present situation."
It is said that tho main object, how
ever, is to got together a big crowd
so as to impress Minister Willis with
tho strength of tho annexation
movement. Therefore no opponent
of tho movement should loud his
prosonco to swell tho audience. We
hope that all friends of tho cause of
right and justice aud homo rule will
conquer any idle curiosity that
might deflect their footsteps toward
the mootiug. Let the gallant 1F0
who marched to tho Stevens
farewell reception do all tho
massing themselves, together with
all tho regular aud volun
teer forces who can bo spared
from looking out for Uncle Sam's
luds. Business men who want to
see confidence restored under a set
tled government with the friend
ship of tho United States, will
act foolishly by countenancing this
demonstration of government by
mob law intended to slap the Gov
ernment of the United States in
the face. It is of a piece with tho
violent exhibition Minister Thurs
ton is reported to have made of him
self to Secretary Gresham stupid,
impolitic, presumptuous, suicidal.
There are enough- people living on
the fat of the land aud earning more
than they ever could at private em
ployment, from the public treasury
under the 1 G., to make a consider
able crowd and a great deal of noise.
"But thej should not bo reiuforcod
by the opponents of mass meeting
dictatorship sy as to make them ap
pear any stronger than they actually
are. Patriotic puople aud all who
desire improved relations with tho
United States will stay away from
the mass meeting.
Just What They Are Doing.
This to the Star-Advertiser combi
nation. When you get hold of false
ideas and falso principles, hang right
on to them. But bo careful not to
knock your heads up against a Chin
ese wall for fear' of flashing some
light into your craniuuis.
Soldiers nnd Workingmen.
Eurron Bulletin: -
A glimpse into tho true iuward
ricss of the P. G. may bo seen in tho
way they discriminate in paying for
labor. The Portuguese quarrymen,
under tho monarch), woie never paid
less than Sl.iiO a day, which is little
enough in all conscience.
The "economy" of tho Pig-headed
"Geebaug," styling itself a govern
ment, that rulos by bayonets, re
duced the quarrymen to S1.23 a day
and the men who were formerly get
ting S1.25 they reduced to one" dol
lar and the street laborers who were
getting a dollar tho P. G. reduced to
eighty cents a day. Is uot this a
graud stroke of' statesmanship?
When it is borne iu mind that those
Portuguese laborers -ire doing some
thing useful and nearly overy one
has a wife aud family, aud are a
people who have never helped to
fill the jails. I say in the face of the
fact that Messrs. Dole & Co. aie
Eaying au army of ox-gambling
ouse keepers aud vagrantfe, the'
scouring of Europe aud America
that have boon cast upon this boach,
&10 dollars a month and found in
clothes, board and lodging, wo are
brought face to face with tho scan
dalous fact that the houest settler
iu tho country who is paying taxes
und bringing up a family is paid at
utarvatiou poiut to keep up an
"army" that are parading in Ameri
can patterned uniforms.
Every ono of those 80-cent-a-day
Portuguese are required to put on a
uniform aud shoulder a gun for
Messrs. Dole & Co. aud to bo road
to shoot down with tho Loe-Hom-ingtou
rilles they are armed with -any
Hawaiian or foreigner who
would not doff his cap and bow his
knee, to the music of the groat P. G.
Loto of Meetings.
Tho American League hold a
meeting in Hob iihon hall, corner of
Kiug and Nuunuu streotB, yesterday
evening. Tho Annexation Club also
held a uieeting iu Fishol's hall about
the same time. The military heads
assembled iu tho Imminent of the
Executive building. Ono who at
tended tho latter assembly was hoard
to remark, aftor the meeting, that it
would bo tho last one ho'd attend.
Tho Provisional Government was
formed for tho nurposo of getting
annexation to the United States.
Sinco that had failed, he wasn't go
lug to fight for tho P. 0.
A Washington special received in
Chicago states that a despatch from
Miuistor Willis informs tho State
Dopartmont of a largo invoice of war
material received by tho Provisional
Government comprising 1(H) slacks
of improved rilles, four Gatling nia
chiuo guns and two Maxim rapid-tiro
guns, with a bountiful supply of
ammunition. Tho correspondent
says tho collect ion of arms shows
boyoud question that tho Dole party
intends to maintain its position, if
It also loaves Minister Willis in
rather an embarrassing position, for
it now transpires that Ids instruc
tions itul uot aumit pf ins going to
uiu limn, oi lining mo iiuiuuua iur
accomplishing tho Quoou's transfer
to tho throno without first inform
ing the State Department of such a
His despatch, therefore, plainly
indicates ho considers a resort to
arms necessary. That tho Minister
will got such instructions there can
hardly bo any reason to doubt in
view of the positive position takou
by tho President.
A letter has been published at
Cedar Kauids. Iowa, which was re
ceived by William Watorhouse from
Attorney-General W. O. Smith, in
which the writer says:
"While all are waiting and a fow
of tho supportert of tho Provisional
Goverumont are restless there is a
deep aud abiding sentiment against
returning to the monarchy auu a
determination to maintain a good
government that will not bo sup
pressed and which will show itself
in armed resistance whenever occa
sion calls for it. As time passes an
overwhelming portion of the intelli
gent element of the community
manifests more and more that it will
uot submit to a returu to tho old
order of things."
Henry N. Castle, formerly editor
of the Honolusu Advertiser, iu a
letter to tho Now York Tribune
"Tho proposition of tho Cleveland
administration to restore the ex
Queeu by force is very startling to
Hawaiiaus who know the facts of
the last teu years. What startles
them more than anything else, how
over, is tho queer story which Gres
ham has solemnly published as au
accurate findiug of the facts of the
late revolution. Every eye-witness
of the real oveut will believe that
Gresham has been sadly led astray.
Either there were a great many facts
which Blount forgot to put in his
report or there are a groat many
things in that report which Gres
ham overlooked. 1 cannot leave this
subject without expressing my re
probation of the attempt now mak
ing to impeach the credit of the
dead captain of tho Boston aud of
ex-Minister Stevens. Stevens was a
man who understood the true nature
of the forces which were contending
for supremacy iu Hawaii, and the
diplomatic course which he pursued
was iu harmony with the principles
which have been laid down by
American statesmen iu regard to
Hawaii for forty 'ears. Had the
Cleveland administration brought
but half as much knowledge and
intelligence to bear upon the situa
tion they would not now be attempt
ing to plant a heathen monarchy
upon the ruins of a nourishing
William H. Armstrong of Hamp
ton, Va., formerly Attorney-General
of tho Hawaiian Islands, was in Now
York last week. His parents wore
missionaries to Polynesia and his
mother died in Honolulu only a year
ago. Armstrong was a member of
Kalakaua's Cabinet. Ho expresses
the opinion that President Dole will
not capitulate to Minister Willis
unless tho latter has authority to
guarantee tho safety of life auu pro
perty of the members of the Provi
sional Government and its followers
against the natives aud royalists.
J. S. Emerson of Honolulu was
interviewed iu San Francisco before
leaviuLr for home bv the Mouowai.
Ho said there would bo bloodshed if
tho Queen was restored unless tho
monarchy was supported by the
United States forces. Ho concluded:
"Tho mere announcement of the
change of policy by the United
States is likely to cause trouble iu
Hawaii. It will put the Provisional
Government on its mettle and in
fighting trim. Honolulu will be like
a nest of hornets."
Tho following aro the namos of
tho officers of H. M. S. Nympho,
which may probably call horo ou its
way to Callao: Gobrgo Hunting
ton, Captain; Patrick Stewart, Senior
Lieutenant; Bertram Chambers,
Lieutenant; X. EruoM, Lioutonaut;
L. C. Muntz, Lieutenant; C. E. C.
Babb, Paymaster: John Ottloy, Staff
SurgoonjThos. l .laimoon, Assist
ant Engineer; Kouort S. C. Morgali,
Chiof Engineer; Goorgo Stroud,
gunner; It. J. Chappoll, boatswain
Tho crow numbers 128. ThoNympht
lit (ivo-inch guns, six
and two Gardner guns
JUL mil SOXNTAG, S'.i November, Vor
mlttiiL's It Ulir, in der Y. M
fiiiwiiiiiiri Hiii'ilWiirc Cii. j;d
Life Is Misery
To many people who have tho taint
of scrofula iu their blood. The ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
sores nnd other manifestations of
this disease are beyond description.
Theio in no other remedy equal to
Hood's Sai.saparilla for scrofula,
salt rheum and ovory form of blood
disoasyi. It is reasonably Hiiro to
benefit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills euro all liver ills.
Tho P. G. baud, Prof. Bergor,
loader, will play at Emma Square
this afternoon at 4:!t0 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the program:
Overture -Knight of Hrenton. .Herman
Fnutnida -Sounds from the Heart. Alberti
Waltz-Hlnl of Parage .. .Faust
Overturn- N'abmvo. . , , Verdi
Uuet Two Heaut ful Eyes Mlllu-ker
Medley Midnight Revels . .Halfour
Hawaiian Opera House
Amateur : :
W'LL RIVE THKIR FIRST PER
Doors open at 8 p. m.; Curtain rises
at 8:30 p. m.
IW Hoi Plun open at L. J. Levey's on
FRIDAY, at a. in.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
When you have goods which
the people want, the best way is
to advertize so thut they the
people, cun read, mark, learn
anil inwardly digest, what you
have to advertise. Our
Catalogue of Books, Etc
forwarded with lust Saturday's
Bulletin, has already brought
its results. About our
We have not not imported any
trash. Everything is good and
Everybody admits so far that
are the best ami most reason
able in price.
Our DIARIErf for 1S91 are
all ready to sell. Our
include the latest nnd best.
Do not forget our little CABI
NET SOL' YEN IK. Just the
thing to tond to friends abroad,
price lf cents.
A fine display of Dolls' Fur
niture and Tea Kots.
Never was a nicer line of
with Solid Silver Ornamentb, of
fered thu public, and mind you
they are not at jewellers' figures
A pretty display of Vases,
Oups and Saucers, etc.
A good hue of Portfolios, Cro
quet, Lawn Tennis and Base
ALL FOR CASH ONLY.
LOCAL. AND GENEBAL NEWS.
Punchbowl Observatory, 3 p. in.
Weather cloudy, looks like more
re in ii ,
In this paper will be found the
time table of the coach Hue to Sans
Sonci and Diamond Head.
Lamps, improved water filters and
btoves are the specialties sot forth
by the Hawaiian Hardware Co. to
day. There will bo divino service in
Gorman, conducted by Herr Pastor
Isonberg, at V. M. C. A. hall, 11
Largo and fat frozen turkeys from
thu Const, also live geese aud Ulaud
turkeys, are to be had at thu Cali
fornia Fruit Market.
SEVERAL KXPKRIKNOKU NANUS
ul I rf-tguiHkliii', Apply at Mis Mel-
SOMK LIVING CAM'S KOH MIKED
iiK. 100 Itlpu Hawaiian Cocnanut for
Planting. E. Ll.NDEMANN.
Wallua, Kauai. g80-3t
TUHTOHOW.N ATTHK AHUIMANU
Kuuuh, a uholce growth of
New England Sorghum Seed
For tale In lull to (iillt, by
Saturday, Nov. 25, 189S.
If Honolulu was a place
where long twilights were com
mon all the year 'round the
necessity for lamps, good lamps,
would not be as great as it is.
But jumping from sunset to
dark as we do here, five or six
months in the year, people re
quire lamps "early and often."
And when you are getting one
why not buy something that is
ornamental as well as service
able. - In the selection of our
lamps we have been careful to
get only those you can live
with harmoniously, something
that will not make the eye
weary or the heart sad. In
the last decade rapid strides
have been made toward per
fection in lamps; ornamenta
tion has reached a stage where
"ginger bread" has made room
for elegance, and this stage is
reached as well in iron as brass
and silver. One banquet lamp
in wrought iron is particularly
noticeable for the richness of
design and exquisite workman
ship. Each curve in the tails of
the dragons which hold the hand
some Rookwood fount looks
as natural as if the dragons had
posed as models for the work
man. We know of a half dozen
libraries where this lamp would
harmonize with the surround
ings. In brass a high stand lamp,
rather massive in appearance
but light in the filagree con
struction, like Mexican Jewelry.
This lamp in its effect diners
from the wrought iron men
tioned above only as a black
silk dress would difier from
one of lighter shade. One is
subdued richness while the
other carries with it a . light
ness of character not found in
sombre black. We have twen
ty different varieties of these
lamps, sufficient to suit the
tastes ol every one. We re
ceived by the Irmgard the
balance of our invoice of silk
shades and can show you to
day the latest designs in such
contrivances for adding to the
beauty of your lamp. Orange
and black is the prevailing com
bination of color but we have
as many colors as we have
styles of lamps.
The people in Honokaa are
crying for mud while the resi
dents of Honolulu with their
usual generous spirit are will
ing to ship all that is in the
streets from Palama to Puna
hou and from the wharf to the
Pali. More than that, they are
willing to sacrifice all that
passes through the water
mains and which the Honolulu
people are cooking" and eating
or drinking every day. But
there is no apparent reason
for anyone taking a peck of
dirt into the stomach at a single
meal or even in a day. The
Improved Stone Filter is the
means adopted in the United
States, and pretty generally
here, as a preventative for such
unwholesome things being
taken into the stomach. If
these filters were used in cer
tain countries Hawaii would
have no use for a quarantine
station. Physicians recommend
our filter for its cleanliness and
getatableness. There is not a
part of it that cannot be cleaned
in an instant. Our last invoice
takes in all sizes from the "wee
bitty to the one large enough
for a hotel.
The demand upon our stock
of small iron stoves has been
so great of late that our small
est size was sold out before a
new lot arrived. Last week
two sailing vessels from the
Coast brought us a lot of ne.w
ones and we can supply the
people who want a really good
small stove at a low price. Of
all the iron stoves made none
will stand the daily wear and
tear like the "Pansy." Our
sales of this particular stove
have been enormous during
the past four years and we
have never yet had a complaint
from people using them.
Every mail from the other
Islands brings us inquiries and
orders for locked fence. The
economy and strength of the
fence is what wins the friend
ship of the plantation manager.
If you do not know what a
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornor Fort Be KCotol streotB.
Australian Veterinary Establishment, Syd
ney, N. S. W.
I tnko pleasure In announcing that I
have estahllsln-tl an A enny in Hono
lulu for the sale of my vtolMcnown
Remedies, and have appointed Mk.
Glabh.noe W. Mackablahk my Sole
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands and
ISlgned JOHN VOTTIE,
F. K. V. M. 8.
Culling attention to the above
announcement, I beg to inform
plantation owner's, ranchers and
the public generally that I am
now in full supply of ull of Dr.
Pottie's Celebrated Remedies, to
gether with his treatises on the
principles of doctoring animals
and tilie remedies to he used.
t'r. Pottie stands pre-eminently
at the head of the veteri
nary profession and his leading
remedies are known throughout
the whole civilized world. No
system known has shown such
splendid results. During the 20
years in which Dr. Pottie has
had charge of the Government
stables of New South Wales not
a single death occurred. Dur
ing the outbreak of "Pink Eye"
in Australia over 60,000 worth
of horses were lost, but of the
cases treated by Dr. Pottie's re
medies LKSS THAN ONK I'EKCKNT
hi kii. I. nst vp.ar nvHV 7.000.000
...u... ... ( -.. -I- j-
animals were treated by Dr.
Pottie and his corps of assis
tants, 'which will afford some
idea of the magnitude of his
business and the elhciency and
popularity of his remedies.
Special cases of assorted re
medies can he had at prices
ranging from $5 to $150.. suit
able for plantations, stables and
ranches; these remedies keep
I especially call attention to
Dr. Pottie's celebrated and un
failing remedy for Mange, which
is so widely prevalent among
horses in these Islands at this
time. I regard this as a certain
cure, and can show testimonials
for cures already effected of
very aggravated cases.
The following comprise some
of the principal Horse, Cattle,
Sheep, Dog and Pig Remedies,
Toys of Every Description !
Holiday & Xmas Goods!
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices !
1 AM OFKKKING A VKltY LAKGK STOCK OK
For Ladles, Gentlemen and Children at Low Prices.
SPECIAL At inc.-a flno line f I.adlrs' Kmbroided Silk Handkt-rchlofs.
SPECIAL At 35o. Genu.' Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs.
BPECIAL At lau. 105 dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchief.
ar- Mv ."., 10l, I'.'Je., l.Ji and lfijc. Ladies' Handkerchiefs are the heit values
ollered In the market (Immense assortment to telect from).
Extra Value In Hosiery for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children I
Fast Black Qent's Bilk Hose at 115 Dozen I
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits -
Will he offered at Lower Prices than ever before,
my $4 Suits reduced to $8. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.76.
Sly $8, $6.60
r.lucU D.mglas Ull,
Orci'ii HialiHK Lo
tion, Black Healing Lo
t!on, Mange Liniment,
Gall and Shoulder
I Heal All, or Gulden
I Soft Soap,
j Condition Powders,
I Worm Powders,
I Alterative Urine
Gr.ne and Colic
aud $7.50 Suits (Knee Pants) reduced to $8.
la Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered !
My $1 Knee Pants reduced to B5o. My $2, $2.23 and J2.50
Knee Pants reduoed to $1.50
Boy's "Waists sit So.
Iu White and Fancy Percale with Back and Front Pleated and Large
Bey's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette I
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard I
By the "Australia" due here next Saturday 1 will n-ceive a Largo Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
hew Novelties In Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes H
Bar I I2STVITE nsrs-PEOTioisr "
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. L
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
PQUATTKIIS' P KM EDI US (in bulk form).
Pleuro Drench, for
nixing with drink
for mixing viilh
lied Water Drench
Stud Cattle Calving,
Sconrs. In Calves,
Hoven Powder, for
Condl'iient for Symmetry,
Cases of Auiorted Remedies in bottle,
from 3 to 20, with printed pamph
lets on Disease, Breeding and
Tape Worm Bpecl- i Bait Mush Lick,
lip, i Medicated Prevent-
Luim, Dowels and ive Lick.
K!dno, Foot Rot Dip Pow-
Fluke ' aud Liver j der,
Remedies, Foot Rot Hand
Catarrh iu Sheep, Drossine..
DUHLIN AND GLASGOW HORBK AND
These French Brushes are celebrated the "World over for
their Excellence of Finish and Durability,
and cost you no more than the ill-made -
For Jlrood Mates,
For Stud Cattle,
Trainers' Skin aud
These are all Special Remedies for Pure
llriil Animals, and adapted for the
Peculiar Condition of thu
HOLLISTER & CO.,
583 Fort t.rt, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
Fanners' Heal All,
Case of Assoited
All Island unlets promptly at-
locked fence IS We Will be pleased tended to aud pamphlets contaluli.K full
, I information will he teuton application.
to answer any correspondence
in regard to it. c. W. MACFAULANE,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ld M7, i.wMvr.mt. i
LcrvrEXcry &, co.
No. 10 Nuuanu Street, "FoBter Block."
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