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Leading Annexationists Denounce
the United States Government,
Chief Justice Judd Throws Away His
Mask and Comes Out as a
Thero was fino wonthor succoed
ing a raiuy aftoruoou for tho moot
ing of "citizouB favorable to annoxa
fiou" callod for Saturday oveuiuir.
Although not at all "itutneuso" Urn
number that turned out was respoct
able. An estimate made by a count
of outor rows both ways would make
it appear that over 1000 were in the
drill shod, but a deduction made for
the spaco ocoupied by the platform
would reduce the numbor sovoral
hundreds. This is proved to bo the
ease by an actual count of heads,
which made the actual attendance
785. Of p'rfvato'citizeuB there were
comparatively few there. Oue could
poke a Government (servant or a
.J? G. military man with au umbrella
from any standing noint. Olllcors
and men from the naval ships ma- I
terially helped out the mass, and
boys were in it iu profusion. Port
uguese who didn't always know when
to applaud would have made big
holes in the crowd by staying away.
Thero were certainly not two hun
dred voters under the Noblo fran
Ordinarity, it would have been a
big meeting for Honolulu. Regard
ed in the light of the boasting of
annexationist strength, of which
there has been so much here and
abroad the past ten months, it was
a signal failure. Still, it was au
orderly meeting and the hotheads,
whether out of glum feeling or by
coaching,. did not make themselves
conspicuous, except some of those
who occupied the rostrum. Thero
was just one colored gentleman who
did all the shouting of "Do or die!"
whenever the aiuliouco applauded.
There was one great element of hu
mor in the proceedings) which made
mom a. hi. rival ox me muibirei snow
of that evening. This element con
sisted in the .denunciation of some
of the first lawyers of tho Uuited
States by members of the Honolulu
beneh and bar.
F. Mi, Hatch, vice-president of the
P. G. and president of the Annexa
tion Club, presided and made the
opening speech. His delivery was
excellent, discounting his best for
ensic efforts. As to the matter he
appealed to Congress against the
Jhjxecutive, and rendered a judicial
opinion which made out that Secre
tary Gresham, lately of the United
. States Supreme Court bench, does
not know international law. He
claimed that the Provisional Gov
ernment had never submitted its
right to exist to the United States
and was therefore not bound by the
policy of President Cleveland.
W. It. Castle, one of the annexa
tion commissioners to Washington,
made an argument to prove the
authority- of mass meetings. He
P quoted a recent American opinion
that the revolution of 1776 was the
work of a minority, which if correct
ib rather hard on the veracity of the
Declaration of Independence. Ha
waii, he said, was suroly trending
toward the goal of union with its
mother country across the water.
"Can Secretary Gresham stop the
onward progress of Hawaii!" he
shouted. Mr. Castle graciously ad
mitted that President Cleveland and
Mr. Gresham were. trying to execute
i'ustice and to do what is right. But
le said the enemies of anuoxatiou
had stuffed their ears with lies. He
could not have read the Secretary's
letter to the President which by
the way the annexation organs have
not dared to publish in full where
in the Secretary quotes not the evi
dence of enemies but official docu
ments and admissions from the P. G.
and its supporters in support of his
recommendations. The speaker
claimed that the people of the United
States were against the President's
Hawaiian policy an assertion that
can be readily disproved by strong
expressions of American public opin
ion to the contrary already to hand.
He claimed that the President of
the United States is nowhere author
ized to begin a war, but unfortunate
ly the law of the United States- is
against him there, as will be shown
iu due time. Mr. Castle attacked
Commissioner and Minister Blouut
in a siioering way, charging him with
twice inviting the supporters of the
Queen to revolt against tho P. G.
After making the stale assertion that
the "people" of this country estab
lisheuthe P. G., Mr. Castle concluded
by moving tho followiug resolution,
which of course passed without dis
sent, nobody but friends of the
"cause" having any voico in tho
mooting according to the temm of
"Resolved, that wo have read with
' uurpriseand regrot tho recommend
ation of tho Secrotary of State of
tho Uuited States to tho President,
to restore tho monarchy lately ex
isting iu Hawaii;
"Resolved, that we condemn tho
assumption of the Secrotary that the
right of tho Provisional Government
to exist was terminated by his re
fusal to resubmit to tho Senate tho
treaty of union pending betweeii the
two countries; aud also his assump
tion that the Provisional Govern
ment had at that very time submit
ted the question of its continued
exicteuco to the arbitrament of the
President or of any other power;
"Resolved, that we support to the
beBt of our ability tho Provisional
(joveruinout, in restating any attack
upon it whiuh may be made contrary
to tho imago of nations."
Z, H, Spalding read a long speech,
iu which ho said he wan ail annexa
tion lut iu IBM u statement that re
lieved him of tho necessity of rocit
ing pretexts for the rebellion of
18i3. Ho contradicted Claus Sprock
ets iu saying that depression had re
sulted here from tho rule of tho P.
G., and throw a personal slur at A
Jaeger for his opinion given iu San
Francisco. Ho claimed that civili
zation had originated aud flourished
horo through tho friendly influoncos
of tho Uuited States, "ovon under
tho blightiug influences of an effete
monarchy." As a planter ho was
willing to take his chances of pros
perity under the Stars and Stripes.
A. F. Judd, Chief Justice, said that
for twenty years ho had attended
but one political meeting before this,
aiid that was when he took a back
scat at the demonstration against
Morono held in the old i3otbol in
1881. Ho was a Hawaiian by birth,
but au American in blood, aud was
proud of his aueostry dating back to
ItxU, when the first Judd came from
England aud sottled iu America.
Ho loved this couutry to which his
father had dovoted his life. Had
tho Queen takou the advice of tho
Justices of the Supreme Court sho
would not bo whore sho was now.
Ho was loyal to tho ipouarchy and
supported tho autonomy of this
country until the afternoon of Jan.
11, when tho events in the palace
converted him aud made him feel it
was impossible that that state of
things should last any longer. The
constitution the Queon tried to pro
mulgate that day would have de
stroyed the independence of the
Supremo Court. The Chief Justice
said Mr. mount had interviewed
him the last in Honolulu, but never
asked him if tho revolution had been
accomplished by the aid of Minister
Stevens and the troops of the Bos
ton. He believed the mass meeting
on tho lGth settled the question,
aud the Government having lasted
a year had a right to oxist. The
should all have to hang together or
V. G. Smith, editor of tho Star,
gave an academic address iu finished
but frigid stylo. He appealed to
the revolutionary spirit of '70, and
caressed the German, British and
Portuguese filiuusterora, spoko of
the "infamies" of Gresham and
advocated "compelling" Olovoland
to violate the constitution. This last
was to be done by resisting the pro
gress of tho American troops with
out tiring on them.
P. C. Jones said Clovolaud should
have rounded out his policy by
ordering that all the four members
of the Executive Council of the P.
G. should be shot on the day of tho
restoration. Everybody should stick
to the Provisional Goveruiueut. He
referred to tho story that Cleveland
won his first election to the presi
dency by three R's- -Hum, Roman
ism aud Rebellion, aud he hoped he
would be impeached now for three
K's Restoration of Rotten Royalty.
His peroration was au assertion of
his faith that God was helping the
annexation party, but neglocted to
say that the belief was founded on
tho proved capacity of some of its
members to help themselves to
everything loft lying round loose,
such as crown jewels aud opium.
The gathering broke up with
Matters at Torm and in the Clerk's
J. P. Bo won was ncquitod of lar
cijny by a foreign jury on Friday.
Afo is on trial to-day for opium iu
possession, by tho followivg jury:
T. F. Lansing, C. W. Macfarlane, J.
S. Martin, J. II. Bruns, J. M. Webb,
K. Podoyn, Clms. Hall, Fred Harri
son, C. Booth, 12. Bonner, E. O.
"White and Goo. Dillingham. A M.
Brown and Kaulukou for prosecu
tion; V. V. Asltford and Kane for
The Hawaiian jury will bo called
at M:JJ0 to-morrow morning for mixed
The answer of Samuel Parker to
tho petition to have Gim declared
bankrupt is as follows:
"Aud now comes Samuel Parkor
and denii's the truth of evory alle
gation contained in tho petitioning
creditors' complaint, aud says, that
he does not owe tho amount
mentioned iu the said com
plaint to Wilder S. S. Co., Ha
waiian Wine Co. anil M. Goldberg;
that no sufficient cause is shown in
said petition for declaring him a
bankrupt, a his estate is worth
much more than all tho debts ho
"And ho further says that tho law
under which he is ,sought to bo
made a bankrupt is unconstitutional.
"And ho further claims that the
claim of tho petitioning creditors
can bo docidod by this Court, and
that he is entitled to have n heariug
of the 8amo before a jury of tho
A. P. Peterson represents tho res
pondent. A similar answer'is given
to J. F. Bowler's petition.
Return day in J. F. Bowler vs. E.
C. Macfarlano and eight othors is
extended to Dec. 15 by mutual stipu
lation. The decision iu C. A. Brown vs.
Provisional Government, reported in
this paper Saturday, was written by
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Year in Spite
Tho fifth siouoral meeting of the
Hawaiian Tramways Co. was held
in Loudon on October 10th, at which,
after paying six percent to the de
benture holders, investing .$20,000 in
India three poroeuts, and carrying
S(i280 to a reserve fund, it was de
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ol Edmeston, N. Y.
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We expect a big rush; please give
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Neckties, Shirts, Etc.
do .seen to do appreciated.
Also a line of
Amateur Minstrels Please a Huge
Tho Hawaiian Opera Houso was
perfectly jammed on Saturday oveu
ing, at the instance of tho first ap
pearance of tho Honolulu Amateur
Minstrels. Owing to the political
mass meeting, the minstrel boys
postponed the raising of tho curtain
until 8:30 o'clock. Mr. A. E. Murphy,
acting as conversationalist, stopped
to the footlights and requested tho
indulgence of the audience, particu
larly hoping that whatever was said
that evoning would not offend anj'
one. A joke was a joke. After the
overture, "A Darkey's Dream," bj
the company, the inimitable Goo. L.
Ritman sang, "Ask of the man in tho
moon." A baritone' solo by C. H.
Good was well rendered. "Tho cat
came back" by W. B. Ash took the
house by storm. The vocalist added
a verse to the song, changing it to
"The Queen's going back, she's go
ing back to stay."- Mr. Ash's sing
ing was remarkably well rendered.
W. J. Cuelho in "Molly and 1 aud
the Baby," displayed a fiuo tenor.
"Hear dom Bolls" was givou by V.
H. Charlock in true darkey style.
V. H. Hoogs' tenor vpice showed
up in splendid form in tho tong
"Hearts." C. A- Doylo made " hi
initial bow to a Honolulu audience
iu tho comic song, "There are mo
ments when ono wants to be alone."
There wore several laughable hits.
A finale, "Bus vs. Tramways," con
cluded the first part.
Among tho many gags given wore
tho following: What does the pre
sent government roniiud you of?
Rowoll's pot (pile driver); because
it's upset. What instrument does
tho Hawaiian Star remind you of?
The lyre. Can you toll why W. O.
Smith, Altornuy-Gonornl, should
change his name to Necessity? Be
cause Necessity knows no law. Why
does the present politics put you 111 !
mind of a cloudy day? Bocauso it I
looks like more roign. How do you j
fool? 1 fool like Dr. Rodgors in his ,
now uniform, all out of shape. j
Messrs. W. B. Ash aud U. .1. Unl- 1
way appeared in tho second part iu
a display of their musical abilities.
Mr. Geo, L. Ritiunu tuado the house
fairly roar in a vocal selection with
Tho final sketch was entitled,
"Honolulu Past and Present." Tho
second act of tho piece opens in' the
Pacific Club and a recent occurrence
is vividly depicted. Sovoral 1110111-bors,-
including Joe. Marsdeu, are
mulling merry, and one of them ib
singing, "Tho Wearing of the Green,"
when 111 stalks a porbouilu'iitiou of
Senior Captain Anilrows with u
lariat iu hid hand, anil says that it
was reported that they were annoy
iug tho neighbors. The Pacillc Club
members fire him "bodily out," and
conclude the evening's nutei'taiu
mont by flinging, "When you kuou
how it's done." Tho minstrels should
bu prevailed upon to givu another
allow. Thoro'd bo ubutnpor Iiouku to
(root thoir second uppourunuo.
"The Best in the World."
This it- what W. 1). Wooilring, of
Bmdly, Ky., huj of Uhnniberliiin'a
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self nml . family having ju.-t been
cured of bad cough unil colds by it,
null considers it the bivt iu I he world.
For siile by all deidurs. Benson,
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Leastwise it in not so with the
California Feed Company. We
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through all the liuril limes ollior
people are complaining about.
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and taken possession of thoso
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for our fast-inereasing business.
In a few days the bark "Manna
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vessel. We prefer to celect our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
means that we get better goods
at a less price.
We thank our many friends
for thoir liberal patronage for
the past three years; and hope
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
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CT lire rUkf on nil kind of Iiuurnnce Proiertv Ukeii at Current Itlik by
J, S. "WJUISOErEl,
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