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I'hdyed to neither Stct nor Party,
Hut Established for the Benefit of. Ml.
MONDAY, DHL). 1, 1893.
Tlio lottorw of Mr. DiuU'S and an
anonymous corruspoiulout to-day
uovur ground tint was nomwsary to
bo covered for tlio trim information
of tlio American Govoniumnt and
Mr. V. II. Coruwoll desires an
omphatie denial put on record of
the statement in the Star that lie
held a royalist lu.iu ami addressed
the company on Maui. He has not
given a hum theie for ears. It is
"Confusing the issues," as Mr.
Davit's puts it, is the main reliance
of the anti-u.itioual revolutionists.
There is no relation whatever be
tween the Uueon's wrong step and
the oiler, without any consultation
of the people at large, to cede the
islands to a foreign power.
And the 1'. G. is to have anothoi
minister extraordinary at Washing
ton. Of all men. JJ. (J. .Ioihh is the
one reelected, .lie will be the right
man in the right place to establish
an entente coidiulr between the P. G.
and the United States admiuist. ra
tion. How ho will make Cleveland'
big cheeks wreathe in smiles by ids
repetition of that little joke about
the thi oo Wb that put him in povror,
and the other three U's that are go
ing to impeach him. which Mr.
Junes got oil" at tlio tua-s meeting
the other umht!
Tbeie is not the slightest doubt
that Republican wire-pullers in the
United States are egging the Hawai
ian revolutionists on to citiemities,
so as to make political capital against
President Cleveland's admiuistia-
tion. There oilers of armed support
from Maiuo to California, uiouiion
lioued in the 1. G. papers, aio part
of the game. The President has
gone too fai in tlio direction of do
ing justice to an outiaged friendly
though weak nation to turn back.
The people he is befriending uavt
full faith, also, that Congress will
buppott the President in righi
doiug. From its futile biting at tlio
royalist fil". the Star vipei has
taken to stinging the hands that
have oheiished it thus far. Friday
evening the Annexation Club's oi
gan made a bitter attack upon Mr.
S. M. Damon. Minister of Pin
auce, bt-causo he declined to be
dictated to by the Macs and tlio
Tims of the club and its -.inter so
ciety. This sort of thing will show
the American administration, the
American Minister here mid the
American people better than any
thing the opponent of the revolu
tion can pui foith what cla-s is be
hind the sandbags of the P. G.
It - bad for the P. G. cause that
its leaders are so far suudeied by
mountain and sea that they cannot
get their heads together before any
of them opuiis his mouth. Were it
otherwise, we should not have the
spectacle of Thurston contiaclicting
Stevens, and ghing amended ver
sions of the true (!) history of the
January revolt. Where the P. C
A.'s history gave 1'iOU at the January
115 mass meeting, Mr. Thuiiton mul
tiplies oven that stretched estimate
by two and cairies 1 500 1 It is notice
able here in Honolulu that the P. G.
organs have not yet published lluu
evidence on which Secretary Gios
ham's letter was based. 1 his is so
they cau go ou witii their lying that
it was royalist evidence, when the
fact is the letter quotes the highest
P. G. authority and ollicial corres
pondence and memoranda of Minis
tor Stovous, Mr. Dole and the com
mittee of safety.
It is a lie thnt on tho llth of
January, the constitution offered by
the Queen as a modification of tho
revolutionary one then in force,
would havo "disregarded and an
rallied the rights of Life, Liberty
and Property, guaranteed by tho
previous constitution." The only
change contemplated was to ro-
uluto the right of suffrage, now tut-J
justly (iiscniuiuntiug agaiust tlio
natives in their own country,
through the "bayonet" modifications
of 1SS7. The protesting citizens
never saw a copy of this proposed
document; what impudence is theirs
to piesume to say what its coutout.s
It is a lie that on the same day,
tho legal Hawaiian Goverumuut was
incapable of controlling the "olo
uieut of auarchy intended by the
Queen," as she did not contemplate
any anarchy; if she had, the "citi
zens would not now havo been
alive to protest.
It is a he that the legal Govern
ment, on the same day, was incap
able of "preventing mob violence or
keeping public peace." There was
no disturbance of the peace, no mob
disorder contemplated, no violence
outride of tho conspirators acting at
the dictation of the arch-conspirator
mil pirate Minister Stevens.
It is a lie that, at the public meot
I mg on tho 1 7th l the aliens' meeting),
the self-appointed Committee of
Public Safety (all foreigners), wore
empowered to ptoclaim a now Gov
ernment and make a rush for annex
ation. 1, for one, was present at the
meeting, heard every word there
pronounced, and have a collection
of all the documents published on
lln matter, and otiu assertion is un
deniable, viz., that the only thing
grunted by the meeting to tho Com
mittee was "to take measures to ob
tain and secure guarantees for a bet
ter government; nothing more.
And nobody in tho crowd, outside of
the heads of the conspiracy, con
templated the overthrow of the
monaichy, and still loss, nobody
dreamed of that wild scheme of an
nexation, which was really detri
mental to the majority of tho popu
lation, and. later, approved only by
such who thought that through it
they could (ill their pockets at Undo
It is a he that foteign Powers havo
recoguied the Provisional Govern
ment. None havo, except ltussia,
anil Hie loieign lepiesentatives tieie,
outside of one Consul accomplice of
the levolution, are slid ouly acting
ou a temporary "inodus-viveudi,"
pending the deliuitivo settlement
It is a lie thnt I he just interfering
of the United States foices would
constitute a danger for the inoffens
ive population, ou account of the
oisiilar po.-itiou of Honolulu. Lot
the cowards retire to Ewa or Wain
Iiih, which would be a godsend to
i ho Oahu Railroad Co.
Such is the veracity of the "pro
test." Therefore, 1 do hope that
Minister Willis and tho American
Government will put it where it be
longs in the waste basket. Only,
please keep record of the signers,
so that if any moie lies are wanted
we may know to whom to apply for
Harris for writing an insolent note
during a trial. The clerk of tho
Court can bo dismissed for insubor
dination without violation of any
statute, llo considered there was
sutlleiont particularity iu tho com
plaint. Mr. Neumann argued at length
ou tho vagueness of (he complaint.
It was a tiling entirely unheard of
to make a vague complaint without
olting forth the pers 'lis spoken to
or statements made, Pol haps ro:
spondent may havo made statements
under circumstances which would
not constitute uiisooiidtrct. Mr.
Wuudenberg cannot be indicted for
misdemeanor in otlico if he wont to
i ho Mot uion church. Mr. Neumnun
then tiled respondent's request for
specifications of everything charged
against Mr. Wundonberg.
After a short consultation, a recess
was announced by tho Chief Justice.
On re-assembling the Chief Justice
ruled in favor of respondent and al
lowed the prosecution to amend the
complaint. Thoro must be sulli
cieut particularity to allow the re
spondent to meet the charges.
The Attorney-General aunouncod
that ho-would bo ready to continue
on Wednesday morning.
uHwaiiiiQ Hardware Go., L'a
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Auutlou Sulu at 7 o'clock :it my Salesroom.
LACE CURTAINS !
PudiTwi-ftr, .s.ilt t'li-n.1".
Tulilu Cover's. Sli.iwN,
MKDIDM 8tZi:i) UL'iiS,
to bo sold. He ure ad bo
Ja.3. !F Morgan,
nili: l'NJiKUhtINi:i1 Vv'lSfU'.S TO
i.i.tiK tin- inih i! tluit the Merr-iro-
roimd w Itf be inn C cry I'm ihimy Ak kh-
Miin, from i o'clock tor childien esjio-loi-1
, a-id that proper cure will be tttKen to
ilrevunt am accident or liiii"
J. A. Vl T'llt,
Some Lies of the Citizoim' Piotubt.
Editoh Bllleiin: -
The clique of aliens, who call
themselves simply ''citiens," be
cause they have no legal claim to
tho title of "Hawaiian citizens" nor
"American citizens, ' as they are a
conglomeration of Portuguese, Ger
mans, Scandinavians and Irishmen,
headed by some leiiegado sous of
missionaries, havo been heard from,
in an attempt to bully tho Ameri
can government. Abroad, they havo
uaturally depended on a campaign
of lies to carry out their bold at
tempt at pirating this country
away' from its legal owiuis, the abo
rigines; and they would have .sue
coeded, had it not been for the ad
mirablo iutegiity and impartiality
of CommissioiierJJlount. Ilowover,
J vine abroad is oasv, when contra
diction is diflicult and slow, and
when such arch-li.'iM as Thurston
and his worthy accomplices, are
daily concocting new misrepresenta
tions. Hut it was hardly expected
that the same policy of lies would
be attempted even here, on tho
upot, where everyone knows better.
Vol this is what has been boldly
doue in tho monumental "Citions'
Protest," a document published by
the Advertiser without signatures,
imibnbly because tho signers would
bo ashamed t.i own their participa
tion in itj ami It muy bu interesting
to point out homo of tho misrupre
eeuutloub of thin dooumont.
THAT ALLEGED MISCONDUCT.
The Government Must Give Specifi
cations Against dork Wuudon
buig. Mr. Fied. Wuudenberg, deputy
clerk of tho Judiciary Department,
appeared belore Chief Justice Judd
and Ass'ociate JusticesBickertou and
Vi ear const it uting the full Supremo
Court bench at 10 o'clock this
morning, on an information with an
order to show cause why he should
not be dismissed from his ollic al
position foi misconduct while in
Attorney-General W. O. Smith ap
pealed for the prosecution, and read
the complaint worn to by himself,
which was published in Friday's
Mr. Paul Neumann, counsel for
respondent, argued that tho com
plaint was too general. They wore
entitled to specilicatious,aud as such
had not been made, respondent
could not, and ought not to be tried.
Mr. Smith claimed that the speci
fication was fully set forth in the
summons. The charges were parti
cularly specific. He did not desire
to take advantage of respondent and
ho harbored no ill-feeling against
him, but he did not think counsel's
claims necessary to justice.
Mr. C. W. Ashford, associate coun
sel for respondent, ventured to say
that the proceedings wore a criminal
nature. It was like taking property
from a man and respondent was en
titled to a trial under due process of
law. Respondent had an inalienable
right under the Constitution that
is, if there was one- of this country,
and a hearing under the Btatute if
we have one nobody knows whether
wo havo or not.
Chief Justice Judd Those points
are not iu question, Mr. Asliford.
You will please omit such remarks.
Mr. Asliford Perhaps they are.
Well, all right. Ho continued his
argument iu favor of a moro specific
statement of the charges. It was a
criminal proceeding. No one knew
what language was used by respond
ent to Mr. Blount, and no one knows
whether Mr. Blount or respondent
Chief Justice Judd explained that
it was no criminal action; it was
ouly misconduct in ollice, iu viola
lion of Sec. f'.) of the Judiciary Act.
Mr. Ashfoid To constitute an
illegal act one has to violate some
statute of the laud, and wherein lie
has violated the law must bu shown.
They must havo something of au in
dictment, as to what may constitute
a misconduct. The prosecution
claim that respondent made divers
statements at divers times ou divorn
occasions. These must be specified.
It looked as if the prosecution want
ed to railroad .Mr. Wuudenberg out
of ollice It was simply a charge of
sedition without setting out the
Mr. Smith exphiiued that a clerk
of the Supreme Court can only bu
dismissed ou a mindemeauoi, which
was not a criminal proceeding. Tho
only case previous wan the dismissal
of Walter Buul by Chief Juntieo
Are ju-l in n'ceipt of l.irae iinpnitn
lions l i!i(ir iion b.irks "1'itil
ami "V u number nt ves
sels from Ameiic.i.
Consisting of .i Urge Mini complete
DRY (J GODS
Vienna and Iron Garden Fiiiuituie,
Saddlery and I'utlerv,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
Saturday, The. 8, 1898.
People are rrtadually finding
out that paintitig houses means.
something besides putting on
a combination of colors and
brightening the nptvarance of
dwelling. There is paint
and paint, some good and
others decidedly bad, and this
saying does not apply only to
ready mixed paints. How ol
ten you find on houses, paint
ed only a short time, streaks
of white showing through the
color. It's the quality of the
paint used in mixing with the
white. Six months after a
house is painted with these in
ferior "contract" colors the
house is as apt to look like a
harlequin's jacket as anything
else. In using mixed paints,
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paints
such embarrassment is avoid
ed because in the first place
the colors are selected from
the best made and are mixed
by men whose work is confin
ed strictly to that work. Once
Hendry's Ready Mixed l'aint
is used on a building the colors
remain clear and glossy; as
the paint goes on so it remains
and weather will not make
changes in its appearance as
it does in other kinds of paint.
Our color cards show twenty
five different shades and colors.
We will be pleased to send it
to any one for the asking, and
you can order from it as safely j
as if you come to the store. j
An article we don't talk j
about very much, but which is
i quite an item in our business',
is rope, good manila rope man-1
u fur tu red by Tubbs & Co , the I
fuinous cordage makeis. We1
kerp all sizes from a fish line i
to a hawser the thickness of i
your arm anybody's arm. As
we are the agents for the man- (
ufacturer we are enabled to .
sell this rope at lower prices
than other coiduee dealers and i
give oetter suusiauuuii. wu
like some makes of rope the
Tubb's is well laid in oil so
that contact with water, in
stead of making it harsh and
brittle increases its pliability.
Any sailor man who has used
Hongkong rope knows that
once it becomes wet it is use
less while the same cause pro
duces an entirely different ef
fect on the Tubb's rope. Our's
is also adapted to the uses to
which rope is put on planta
tions. The late rains have made
the grass grow where the
ground has been bare for
months. Growing grass makes
a demand for Lawn Mowers,
at least with us. A half-dozen
have gone to our customers dur
ing the past week, and we are
prepared to sell a great many
more. We handle the "Penn
sylvania" which the people
who cut grass say, is superior
to any other. Another article
much used by the landscape
gardener is shears for trimming
the edges of grass, ordinary
sheep shears is the best for the
purpose, and our s have straps
to them so the operator can
get a good grip on the imple
ment. We have also the con
ventional hedge shears that
are used in evening up the
sides and tops of hedges.
These three tools are actual
necessities to people who wish
to keep their lawns looking
While mentioning articles
for the lawn and garden it will
be well to tell you that our
stock of rubber hose is about
as large as any in town, and
the quality cannot be improv
ed upon. During the time
the irrigation notice was in the
paper people had no use for
garden hose, but now that the
embargo is removed the de
mand is growing. As a fit
accompaniment the hose reel
should go with the hose.
These reels, however, are for
economical people, people who
do not believe in buying new
hose every few months. It's
the dragging the hose over
the sand walks that wears it
out, a hose reel obviates that
and long life is granted to it.
When you get a hose and a
reel buy a California Improved
Sprinkler. We sell them.
At the BeaYe1 SalOOIl, 'Hawaiian Hardware Co.,L'd
H. J Nolto. Proprietor. j smmv
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Oorner Port 8e Hotel Sti'eets.
Anhousor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins tho Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. Louih, Oct. -a, I81M.
Mkhmi. Maci vriank A: Co., !.,
Honolulu, 11. I.
ci A'rc-Wt haw mulled you copy
of thi' Wobi-Deiiwetat announcing the great
vii'toiv non liv tliu Aniii'.vsku-Husoii Asso
ciation with their "13AUI.K" Brmul of
ANHKUSniWIUBCH UKKWIXU ASSOCIATION.
(ijncinl t'eijuilcli to (Holic-Demmrttt.)
Wow It's K-vi n, Cint'Aiio, Iu,., Oct. 'Hi. -No
nunrd Iiiim everbet'ii tnailo so gratifying
to St. Louis people nml so ju-tly merited
ih thu one Kiven to-ilny by ilie ( oluiiiblan.
jury of the World's Fiur, consisting of con
noisseurs ami chemists of the highest rank,
to the Anheuser-llu'-oh Brewing Associa
tion. Uy me boils of unrivalled business
enterprise, ami lj using the best material
prniliu'eil in America anil Europe, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or sunn
gates, tho dlllcn-nt kinds of the Auheusor
IJiisch beer have become tun favorites with
tho American people, and have now con
quered the highest award in every particu
lar, which had to bu 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'ereut beers exhibited hy the An
lieusor llusch Urewing Association had to
compote with hiindreiU of the mot excel
lent displays of other brewets, The fact
that no other concern has received so
many points for tho various essential qual
ities "of good beer conlirms anew the tl-m's
repul'tloti as the lender of all American
beers, and Mr. Adolphus liusch can feel
p. oud over this result so justly merited.
u& The above is a Fac-slmille of tbe
Label of tbe " EAGLE " Brand which took
ask lor the
ordering this Beer li sure to
Maciarlaue & Co., L'd,
M)--tf Aiiculi fur Ian ii id n Iilamln.
.mil I'jiuis, l.uluicutmi; UrojiHi',
C uistic audit, W.ifh Kod.i,
Filti'rpK'ss Cloth, Twine,
15ii;m, Miiikot n.i.skctn,
D.-mijiihtic, Etc , Eic
Hoofing Slulos, Fimlirit'ks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
I'l.illi anil Uon united I j mi,
K. Jt MntuiiiiH
Stei I Kiilr, Etc., En
SUGAR & RICE
Gulden date, IJiiitiinud, Sperrj'H, Mui
cliiiiitM iiuil Eldoiadi)
most Lihcial Til me at th
Lowed l'ueen hy
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
llrewed by the Anheusor-ltusoh Urew
ing Association of St. I.uuU.
AND Of THK -JOS.
Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
L.A.KOK BIIU'MKNTS JUST TO HAND
AND FUR SALE HY
H. HACKFELD &,C0.
FOR SAN JHANCISCO.
THK AI BTKAMSHU
Toys of Every Description !
Holiday & Xmas Goods I
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices 1
1 AM OKFEIUNU A VKKY I.AUOK BTOOK. OK
l'or I.ndluH, Gentlemen and Children at Low Prices.
81'KUI Al.-At IN:.-a lino Hue ! Ladii s' Kmhroided Bilk Handkeruhlcfs.
81'EOIAL AtHSo.-Geiit!.' Jajmnes,) silk Handkerchiefs.
SPKOIAL-At H!;e.-10.r) dozen fancy Silk Handkewiila...
Ctf My .V., U)o., l'.'Ji''. lr' "tid KHJc. Ladies' Handkerchiefs are the best value
ottered In the market (Immense assortment to select from).
Extra Value In Hosiery lor Ladles, Gentlemen and Children 1
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hoae at (15 Dosen I
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only I
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will be tillered at Lower Piices than ev r before.
My $4 Suits reduced to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.75. fily 46, $0,80
and $7. SO Suits (Knot Punts) reduced to $5.
la Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My SI Kuoo Pants reduced to 65c. Ky $2, 82.25 and S2.50
Knee Pants reduced to 31.50
ZBo"y"s "Waists at 65o.
In White and Kaney t'en-nle vith Hark and Front 1'loated and Larue
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Caitco and Flanelleite 1
Full Line oi India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard I
Ity the "Australia" due here next Saturday I will ri-eelvo a Large St-ick oi
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
Hew Novalttes In Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
AI.80 ANOTHKK LAliHi: INV0I0K OK
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
ar I I2STVITE INSPECTION srtt
3 . -fcLi xd. JrC Ii I CjJ xx ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. L
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
H. Ilackfeld & Go.
These French Brushes are celehrated the World over
their Exokixknor of Fixish and Durability,
and cost you xo more than the ill-made
PICU a. S. "AUSTRALIA."
WILL l.l'.AVK HONOLULU
tint thi. aiiii k 1'iiiir us
Saturday, Dec. 9th,
The uiiileriiiiiied urn now jireimreil t
issue Through Tickets from this City to all
liuimu in tlio United StnttiH.
fs6 l''nr further particiilnrH reiirdiiic
l''rei(jlit or I'assiiije, apply to
W.M. (I. IKWIN A CO., I.'n,
rpilKMJIIOONLK 'SOItMA '
X. fiHToiis Heixlcr, mlisiiui
tiully (milt of Ouk inn) I'eilur,
Cuimei uml lloniii'r KiuU-ni'il,
Fur prim unit nnnli'iiliirH imply
7'-lf Tlir.O. 11. DAVILSA
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SJ33 'ort 8tT-eot, - - - KCoiiOlialxi, H. I.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOK TilK BALK OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
Prom " Umle Sum" Wine Ctllurt, Najja City.
Frodoricksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San .lone, Oiil., ('. S. A.
Dallomund & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America')) Finest Production, Hieh und iltllow.
Spruunce, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whit.ky,
Uniform and Heliuble,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Ihinka,
rniiu wickklv miLLicm-iM cm
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