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muni wai onlnhlUhtHl in pursuance of
some imiirupor utuloratauiliug, ar
langoinonl mul conspiracy butwuuu
, , , . . , ,. .. I oortatn persons in said Honolulu
I ledged to neither Sect nor Party, ou til0 ouo hnild alui Wb Excolloncy
Hut Established for the Benefit of Ml, I J'n L. Stevons, Into Envoy Extra-
::-. - i ordinary and Minister Plenipoten
tiary of the saul United Mates; and
FRIDAY, DEC. 1, ISM.
Wo are nulhori.ed to uontradiot
the statement that the Queen has
had any communication with Minis
ter Willis as a private eitiou, or that
Minister Willis hat at any time re
ferred the Queen to the Provisional
Government for protection, or that
the Queen han had an communica
tion with the LJroviMoual Govern
ment on the subject,
A V. G. JOURNALIST.
Mr. Uoury N. Castle, who was
editor of the Ad either last Janu
ary, and who packed a gun to sup
port the revolution, but dill not stay
in the country to see it out, is add
ing prolificully to the discussion of
tho Hawaiian ipiestion in the United
States. An intorview with him has
been telegraphed to the press, in
which ho undertakes to "teviow"
Secretary Giushain's letter with a
tang raid equal to that with which
ho was wont to review an election
campaign document "long bofo' de
wnh" in Honolulu. Somo idea of
the value of Mr. Castle's criticism
may be gaiuod by residents from tho
"Mr. Gresham says that the
Queen's Government yielded because
Mr. Stevens recognized tho Provi
sional Government when it was only
a government on paper. As to that
I can only say that 1 was present in
the council chamber at tho time the
correspondence with the Ministers
of the deposed Queen was being car- ,.,. ,. ,, 0 ., ,., . . ,.
ried on and this is the first time L Ihe P. G. Counci s did not take
thatlliaveeierhwudofit. Neither I ' American ldn.v yesterday
Vf ,-.... i at., m., i i... I 1 hoy hold their regular session as
.!11 1 llllllll UUk ILli IJIV;lllli M. U -.
lime, were nie-ent. .Mr. Grosham
also in making, in said Honolulu, at
various tunes in tho eight months
last past, divers statements and re
marks to divert persons, to the same
etl'ect as said statements made as
afoiesaid by him to the said James
11. Ulouut; and also during said
eight mouths in said Honolulu (lid,
in the hearing and piesonceof divers
persons, use defamatory and calum
niating language of ami concerning
the said Provisional Government in
tended and designed to disparage
and biiug into contempt the said
Government ami its principal otll
eers. "Wherefore the Attorney:Goneral
aforesaid pras that the said K. W.
Wundeiibergon being served with a
copy heieof be cited to appear bo
fore your Honors, at such time as
your llonor.s shall appoint, to show
cause why ho should not be removed
from the said ollico of Deputy Clork
On this complaint and petition,
Chief .Justice Judd ordered that a
citation issue to the accused olhcial,
commanding him to appear at the
time above-montioued to show cause
whj the prayer of tho information
should not be granted. Mr. Wun
denbeig has been excused from olli
cial duties pending the determina
tion of the complaint.'
Tho Supreme Court has decided
in favor of W. H. Aldrich's petition
to be adjudged a bankrupt. His
cieditois therefore can get nothing
out his of legacy. Peterson for the
petitioner; Hatch for the creditors
Regular Gonoral Session of tho Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
I to 1
a to III
10 to .'0
'.'o to ;sii
HO lo It)
W to tiO
OU to TO
' 2 b S 50 ? tf a
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n .it in (i n
l mihi: Ol til. Til .
Ciuu'cr.. . ,..,
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(liVU'MIVriVh MOMltl.V MOM Win.
Anhouser-Bus'oh Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
"World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Boor.
St. t.ol'18, Oct. i!S, tS'H.
Mkmkks. Macfarlvnk A Co., L'i.,
Honolulu, 11. I.
DeiD &7r. We linve mulled you n copy
of tlic (1 lube-fit moa tit iiniiouni'lng the grunt
vlctorv won by the .imisHn-llrwn Aso
lunoN with tliolr "L'AOLE" Hnuul of
ANHKUSElMIUai'H 11KKW1NU ABrtO-OIATION.
iliiWiiiidi! llnrilwiirc CD., l.'il
Dentil-'. . .
!) 10 U
says further that tne (.jtiuoii sur
rendered not to the Piovisional
Government, but to the United i
States, and that the terms of her
surrender show this. She surrend
ered under 'protest.' What d infer
ence did it malm to tho Provisional
Goveruuieiit? They could not keep
her fiotn surrendering 'under pro
test.' Thov wauted her to surren
der, and she did. She laid down her
arms and ammunition, gave up the
palace, tho barracks and tho police
station, Hor guard was disbanded
and she retired lo it pruati. ione wwWi
th Proviiinnal lioiermm nt -no the
United Statis - tut Iwr fur a inideiue.
She surrendered, not to the superior
force of the United States but be
cause her adherents did not cue to
face the rillos of the Hawaiian volun
teers." Mr. Castle stated the falsehood
italicized above with the intention
of its having effect with tho L'uited
States public before it c mid bo cou
nadieted from here. Indeed, it can
never bo fully cout radioted, for thoii-!-f,nd-
will have read it who will
uever see the contradiction. This
fulse representation of a getieious
attitude, which never existed, to
ward the Queen In, the Provisional
Government is only of a piece with
the campaign of lie to which we
have often adverted, carried on at
the instigation of Hawaiian annex
ationists in the United Stales. It is
a campaign that can onlv recoil ou
the he-ds of its authois.
usual, with a full attendance.
Minister Damon presented
weekly tiuauend statement as
t'l.MMIU HtVrKMl.NT ton Tllh
Kmumi Nov emiiek J1), l-'.l.'..
Ouru'iit account bnl.inei- Nov.
J-', l?D4 ... $ 117.173 s4
Loan Fund account, biilntii e Ms "-')
Total I'riuxury balance . $ 117,512 7u
Oii-tonis Kuceijiti.. $ 7.3J7 00
licveiini'Stmiipi . .. -37 00
t'liitiu-e TaxMiurts .. 43 00
Water .... . 50 00
lo-t Ollico . . . i.'.-'OU 11
(luvet iiuieut Iteulizatium. -0 oO
Tum-s . .',,014 70
Crown Lauds . 1,000 00
Sale of Government Honds 3,000 00
i 107,719 0
Non-Kc-ldi'iits. ... 'J
I'OITI Ulil.N hIlM vii:.
Aunuul tle.Uh rate per luoo per tuouth.31.30
Homiilans . . . 31.72
Asiatics. . . .3S.00
All otheis . . '.'0.00
0. 15. ltl..NOI,li-,
Agent Hoard of Health.
A Common Occurrence.
it is not unusual for colds con
tracted in the fall months to hang
ou all winter or as soon as a person
is over one cold to cout ract another.
This succession of colds is what
causes chronic catarrh ami bron
chitis. Uue or tlie oilier ol those
diseases is almost certain lo be tho
result. For this reaou it is of much
importance that colds contracted at
this season of the year receive
prompt attention. TI103' can be
quickly cured if Chambei Iain's
Cough Heniody is used. It acts on
natures plan, loosens the cold, aids
expectoration, and lelieves the
lungs, -0011 effecting a permanent
cure. 2." and oO cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co.. agents for the Hawaiian
Wont n's Kvin, Oiik von, Im,
No nvv.iid lias over been uinilo i
to St. Louis iiconle nnil -o iu-tlv
as the one given tn-diiy by the Columbian
jury of the world's Fair, consisting of loii
noissuurs and chemists of the highest rank,
to the Anheuser-llux-li Urowing Associa
tion, lly melhniU cf uiuivnUcu business
i!iiturprls, and bj uiiug thu best material
produoed in America and Kurope, exclud
ing corn ami othor adulturnuts or surro
gates, the ilillerfliU kinds of the Anheu-er-liusph
beer have hpcmun the favorites with
the American people, and have now con
quered the highest award in every particu
lar, which hail to be considered by the
Columbian jury. The high character of
the award given to-day by tho jurors will
be better understood when it is known that
the dill'erent beers exhibited by the An
heuser Jim-ch Brewing Association had to
compete with hundreds of tho most excel
lent displays of other hreweis. Tho fact
that no other concern has reieived so
many points for tho various essential qual
ities of good beer conllrms anew the ll-ni's
repultlon as the leader of all American
beers, and Mr. Adolphus liusch can feel
proud over this result o justly mciited.
Ju lli-iiiry IVpurtment. .$ -'10 21
Interior "Du pi rt men t-
liureau of Survev. . . 107 70
Ilureau of Fublic" Works . 'M 25
Horn. I of Health . 1U'25
Finance l)ep irtment
Sularies, Incidentals, etc $ 5 IS 70
liiten-t . 2,V5 00
Attoiiiey-tieueinl's Bcpt . 4,SOy 40
I load tiixei lo -pecial denosit 4 io 00
School taxes 302 00
Kpelises placing Loan Jntm-
arv, ls'i) ... . 00 00
li inent- under "-ectii.n 2. 021 00
$ 10,113 70
C irient account, bnlaiae. l.riri,l!)0 30
Loan Funil an omit, balance.. 2,414 s9
lutnl 'licasur. balance, above
Due 1 b. Hank and F. il. O
i 107,71!) 01
Oaoeu at Terms Charge Against
Judge Cooper at term yesterday
heard the separation slut of Ivaui
makaole Lazaius vs. Joseph Laza
rus. Tho separation was granted,
defendant to pav plaintiff $7 a week
alimony. Kinney for plaintiff; C.
V Ashford for defendant.
This forenoon the case of Marj
MaUaeua et al. vs. Hawaiian Govern
ment was tried by a Hawaiian jury,
who returned a unanimous verdict
for plaintiff's for $270 damages, with
legal interest from May 4, 18815,
which will bring tho amount to
over $-100. It was a claim for road
damages paid to the wrong part)
Kinuey for plaintiff's; Attorney-General
Smith for defendant.
Before Judgo Whiting, to-day, a
mixed jury is trying Geoige Mcln
Lyre vs. Aiitono S)lva, damage for
false representations in soiling a
horse. C. W. Ashford for plaintiff;
Kaulia for defendant, who appeals
from the District Court.
Judge Cooper is this afternoon
hearing the divorce case of Luika
Kilinahe vs. Nooa. Kaulukou for
plaintiff; no appearance for defend
ant. CllAliOE AOVI.SST A ( IIM'l II Ol'lll- CI.UUK.
F. V. Fehlbehr, officer of the
Judiciary Department, has served a
chambers summons on F. W. Wun
donberg to appear before tho J tis
tices of the Supreme Court at 10
o'clock on Monday, to answer to a
charge of misconduct m office, on
the following complaint of the Attorney-General:
"The undersigned, Win U. Smith,
Attorney -Gonuiali upon his official
oath avers, informs and gives your
Honors to understand that F V.
Wundonborg, of Honolulu, in said
Judicial Circuit, while a depulj
Clerk of the Judiciary Department
and Clerk of the Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit of the Hawaiian
Islands, and after having taken an
otllcial oath to support and hoar
truo allegiance to the Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, was, in his said office as such
deputy Clurk and Clork, guilty of
misconduct in making certain mali
cious, untrue and misleading state
ments to James II. Blount, Special
Commissioner of the Lulled Slates
of America m said Honolulu, on or
about tho 2(Jlh day of April, A. D.
1898, designed and intended to show
that thu tfaid Provisional Guvuru-
Le- Loan Fund, balance.
i: a. iunk MtMii.
Nulicei this date of with
drawals matuiing Novem
ber and December, IsOJ,
and January and February,
ls'Jl. .. $ 30,451)00
Ca-h on hand I'ostul bavings
Hank this day .. 25,7" 20
Miss Henrietta Patrinella Afong '
will he married to Commander Wil- !
Ham Henry Whiting, U. S. N., at 8
o clock 1 iie-day evening in Ueutral
Union Church. Mrs. C. Afong,
mothei of the bride, will hold au
"at hcnii '' in honor of the couple
from 8 :.'!() to 1 1 :JJ0 at her residence,
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
Evening Auolion Sale.
On SATURDAY, Duo.
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
tt" Tbe above Is a Fac-slmllle of tbe
Labijl of tbe " EAGLE " Brand which took
VO, In ordering tliis Ueer b- sure to
for the "E.VOLL" Brand.
. Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
Aynts fur llnuaimn ftlamli.
I h ill fell at I'ublic Auction an Invoice of
NF.W OOOD9, comjirisini
'1AH1.F CLOrilH. NAFKINH,
and a Special Lino of
l'leiVlSlO.SVt. OoVKUSME.ST MEMO
12leusus l'rovislonal (iovern
inujit to date
$ I.VJ.054 21
This amount covers all expenses Includ
ing military and itema not appropriated
by tbe last J.eKislature.
ML MO CHll IN THEASUbY.
Outsttindlii),' Certitlcates. $ 2M,oou IX)
iX-rtiticates withdiawn from
circulation and deposited
for siife keeping . 2a,000 00
Ca-h in Treasur to redttm
l ertiticales . 2Sl,0(Xl 0y
Cash on hand in Fostal hnv-
Road Uoard fund ill Treasurv
School Hoard fund in Treasury
Loan Fund, balauu
Current Revenue balance.
All HUes, hlch wdl b SOLD WITH
Mr. Ena asked for information on
the political situation,
Miniitor Damon responded with
an address, in which he read a letter
written to a friend in San Francisco
ou the subject. He argued against
judging .Nlr. Blount adversely too
hastily. Mr. Blount had gathered a
vast lot of information regarding
the islands. Mr. Damon was dis
posed to hope that Minister Willis
was not specifically instructed to
overturn this Government. Ho re
garded the movement of January as
having been begun years ago, and it
wnt one to secure the closest rela
tions with the United States. Tho
islands wore stamped American all
over, and our interests were ,-afo
with the United states. I
Minister Smith declared that the
Executive Council was determined
lo resist any attacks against the
Government from whatever source.
Ohamborlnin's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Rumody, i
When troubled with pain in the
stomach, bilious colic or diarrheca
give this medicine a trial and you
will be more than pleased with the
re-itilt. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable. 2;"i and f0 cent bottles for
sale b all dealers. Boiihoii, Smith
fi Co., AgouU for thu Hawaiian
Building and' Loan Association.
rpUi; liFOFLAR MONTHLY .MEUF
L lug will be held at the Chamber of
Comuieieeon MONDAY KVL'NINO. Deo.
4, lbOi, at 7:110 o'clock
The becretary will be at the rooms of the
As-oeiation Td-MOltROW, Saturda) AF
'lLMt.S'oo.S, ftom z to r v. m or the eolluc.
tlon of due', etc
19 Pavilion!-, are reiiuhed in Oold.
JOHN G. ROTHW'LLL,
Philatelists, Attention !
No hutcr Christmas memento can
be tolectid to --mid to jour friends
abroad than a Complete Het of Provi
sional Uovei mucin Postngu Stamps
'J he iiia be had at the Hawaiian
Nun Cii.S (store for only $s,2o. This
Include- 21 Stamp-, I Ruveiopes and .!
You e.ui give ,our box or girl or
stump lollectlng friend no better ap
preciated picsunt than a well-bound
and ucll-arratigcil btauip Album.
Call and see tho-n at the Hawaiian
News Co.'s valued all the way from
10c. to$l.00. 10 varieties, dcfilgiied to
pltahC ever one. The llnest lot of
Po-tugK Htniup Albuiii over received
rpHB FOUR ROOMB ON'
L the ground tloor of
the .Mut.oiue TempU ; lheo
Rooms ure hiiitab e for
hluri", or Olllcrs. I' or particulars apply to
W F. ALLILV,
Chalriiiiiu of Irustces over HUhop A.
I Co 'i- Hank. rill tin
NOTICE TO 0ONTRA0TOHS.
pitopuHvLfc a it i: rNvirr.n for rk-
J pulling the Ilmiho at No S Union
Htreet Intely dainuucd bj lire lllds will
beopuni'il at llm Oliii'K of lirueu and A. J.
Cartwrlght ou MoSDAY, Inn. Ith, ul
noun, ror speelllctlon mil all iuloriiitt
lion HlipH to l. II. R1PLCY,
For Victoria & Vancouver
The Fine Al bteel R. il.Hteamt.lil)
Will leave Honolulu for the above
porta uii or about
Friday, Dec. 1st,
And will liiivc prompt despatch with Mails
Issued per Cauadlan PaclQc Railway to all
Points In tlie United Status
j - null cmupe.
. For furilinr particulnr regaiding
Freight or l'u.-nu, ajiply to
THEO. H DAVIES &c CO.,
i'.H Id AOBNTb.
HIP! HIP!! HURRAH!!!
A LAROK AHSORTMKNT OF
lOR HALi: 1IY
MolNKItNY It LOOK,
rpill". bdllOONKR 'NORMA
1 M loun Reglnlur, huIkiuii-
uuk a mi Lcuur;
tiullv bulll of
Conner and Conner Fauteiiod
ror privc uuu tiuriieuiuiD upi'iv
7y-tl THEO. H. DAVIKB X CO.
Saturday, Nov. 26, 1893.
If Honolulu was a place
where long twilights were cqm
nion 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 wesdo 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 tne 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 brassahighstandlamp,
rather massive in appearance
but light in the filagree con
struction, like Mexican Jewelry.
This lamp in its effect differs
from the wrought iron men
tioned above only as a black
silk dress would diHer 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 dinerent varieties ol tnese
lamps, sufficient to suit the
tastes of 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 peop'e in Honokaa are
crying tor mua wlule tne 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
ran. More than tnat, tney 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 ilthat 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 belore a
new lot arrived. Last week
two sailing vessels from the
Coast brought us a lot of new
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 tlie friend
ship of the plantation manager. I
If you do not know what a
locked fence is we will be pleased ,
to answer any correspondence
in regard to it, !
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oorner Fort So Hotel StrestB,
Toys o! Every Description !
Holiday & Xmas Goods !
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
I Will Lead tk Market in Low Prices !
1 AM OFF1CR1NU A VKRY LAROK STOCK. OF
For Lndies, Gentlemen mid Cbildieu ut Low I'rleua.
Sl'EOl AL At Ue.-u line lino id Ludles' Kmbioided Silk HnndkeiehleK
SI'F.OIAL-At Wo. -Gents Jtiinneo Silk Himdkerohiefs.
SPKt)IAL-At l'JHc 105 dozen Ftuicy Silk Handkerchief.
T- My .V.. 10c., l"i:, IS and tllio Ludiri' HnndkerehieN lire the best values
uttered in the market (imnieiibe assortment to select from).
Extra Value in Hosiery for Ladles, Gentlemen and Children I
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hobo at $15 Dozen I
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will be u He red ut Loner Fiiee than ever before
Illy $4 Buita loducod to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.75. My $0, 90.00
and $7.50 Suits (Knee Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My SI Knee Pants reduced to 65c. My $2, $2.25 and 82.50
Knee Pants reduced to $1.50
Boy's "Waists at 65o.
In White and Fancy Fereale with Hack and Front Pleated and Large
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette !
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard I
By the "Australia" due here ne.t Saturday 1 will r-eeivo a Large Stock ol
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
New Novelties in Laces, Ribbons and Oiber Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHKU LAUGH INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
t&r I I3STVITE I2STSFEOTIO0Sr "Xtt
J3 . fci! 3HL JtL Ij X CZ? IEEE ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IX PARIS, A LARGE
These French Brushes are celebrated the World over
their Exoku.kxok ok Finish and Durability,
and cost you xo mohk than the ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SE3F3 TTo-rt 8tret, - - - Koxiolialu., EC. I.
L.OVBTOY &, OO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOR THE HALK OK
C. Carpy & Cu.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine CelUirt, Nujm City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Joe, Cut., U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, Rich and Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
-Uniform and Reliable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks.
These (Jooilu Hie Ullurauteeii Kirm-elmm in I'mn
Bulf ut Vul) Heasoimble l'rfeet.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd i mutual teluonl m-
1jt Qfhoi Box 137
are otftred (or