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I Whou Thurston wnutod to convert
mo into an annexationist, ho wrote
me a very friendly letter from Wasu-
Mr. Potorsou's ofliuo and there we i intou, dated March 16, 18!).'), in i
discussed the subject together with ' whiuli ho states, "I givo you credit i
n largo number of the business poo- for actimr as vou saw host in the in-
plo, whom T invited theie for tliat ( torost of Hawaii." At present Tliurs
purposo; it was there that Thurston ton cannot soo annexation staring
feubmittod to Peterson for Ins ap- I the country in the light ho and his I
proval his plan for opposing the party would like to havo it, and he j
f1,i.i. ! f.n.i n.irl rl.it.1 nvilltT f lilt I I L.I.I.. .-... f..H ...I Mnt i
iguuuu uj luim, ouu " .""B "- IU13 prOUillliy BUU11 lily IU11 UIIW tuui-
' throne vacant; the U. S, S. force in pi0t0 atatomont as furnished to Mr.
' the mean time being landed to vir- Blount, thoroforo ho has no furthor
tually do the work. Wo remained nR0 for m0l f0r the present, and
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
G3T FOR FOUR WEEKS
English Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Marbletop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Australian Veterinary Establishment, Syd
ney, H. S, W.
1 take plcimure In announcing that 1
have established nil Aiteuuy in Hono
lulu tnr tlio sale ol in y wull-ktiown
Uemedies, unil have appointed Mn.
Cl.AHKNPE W. MaUFHI.NK HIV Solu
ArbiU for the Hawaiian Islands itml
Blglied JOHN l'OITIB,
K. K. V. M. 8.
wants to mnko tho American public
boliuvu that tho ovorthrow of tho
Constitutional Government was
caused by whnt I did (not) sny or
do. John P. CouwnN.
Honolulu, Dee. 5,1893.
at tho Govornmont Building until
tho Quoon sent for ns.
. Upon going to tho Palaco W. O.
Smith came riding up in a hurry and
stopped me opposite tho Kamoha-
niulin slatuo. Ho said: "Don't bo
lafiaid, Colburn, tho troops of tho
, Boston aro all ready to land; tho
munitions of war aro all in tho boats,
l and thoy can bo ashoro on a vory
short notice." 1 replied that tho three
of us that had rotirod from tho
' palace wore returning thoro and I
, expected tho Queen would abandon
' hor project. He said, "let us know
if you want tho troops and you can
1 got them, as the public well knows."
' The Quoon did abandon hor project.
! Later iu tho afternoon I mot Tliurs-
'. :.. 1 ...1.1 I.!.,. 1 I..Mirlit
, i-uu uguiu mm iuiu ...... a ..,...., - , , .
.the trouble was all over, no re- "- p--i"u ...... w ,..v .Q
I pliod, "Not much; she proposes to I to advertize so that thoy tho
spring this Constitution some day, people, can road, murk, learn
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
When you havo goods which
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Nivciauu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST KECE1VEI) BY LATE ARRIVALS
Direct from China ' Finest Mountain (utility1 Superior to Any
thing Bvei Sul'l in llonolnlul
& Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
Camphor Trunks Filled with Patent DeUetiie Lock,
Latest Styles Chinese Bamboo Chairs and Lounyes,
"Beautiful Patterns Chi near Silk and .Ml; Handkerchiefs, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand u Choice Assortment of I'lt-.lnuuru-', Tweeds, Etc , Kto.
XjCvw Prices a.n.d G-ood -ETit Guaranteed
Culling attention to the above
announcement, 1 beg to inform
plantation owners, ranchers and
the public generally that I am
now in full supply of all of Dr.
Pottie's Celebrated Remedies, to
gether with his treatises on tho
principles of doctoring animals
and tho remedies to he nsod.
Dr. 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 lias shown such
splendid results. During the 20
years in which Dr. Pottie has
hud charge of the Government
stables of New .South Wales not
a single (luain occurred, cur
ing the outbreak of "Pink Kye"
in Australia over CIU,0()U worth
of horses were lost, but of the
cases treated by Dr. Pottie's re
medics LESS THAN (INK PERCENT
died. Last year over 7,01)0,000
animals were treated by Dr.
Pottie and his corps of assis
tants, which will allbrd some
idea of tho magnitude of his
business and the efficiency and
popularity of his remedies.
" Special cases of assorted re
medies can be had at prices
ranging Iroin to -tJau, suit
able for plantations, stables and
ranches; tlio-o remedies keep
I especially call attontion to
Dr. Pottie's celebrated and un
failing remedy for Manok, which
is so widely prevalent among
horses in these Islands at this
time. 1 regard this ns a certain
cure, and can show testimonials
for cures already etl'ectcd of
very aggravated cases.
The following comprise some
of the principal Horse, Cattle,
Sheep, Dog and Pig Remedies,
Uleuuiirn Oil, Heul All, or Onlden
pmun j-nmuu.s wii. mi,
-I. O. BOX 372
LMPOKTEH AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
ALWAYS OX HAND
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
Green Healing Lo-
Jllaek Healing Lo
tion. Mange Liniment,
Gall and Shoulder
All Orders faithfully
Mjlieited and packod with care.
attend to. Hntisfiietiou K'mrunteed. Island Order-
Lincoln .Block, Kino Street, Bet. Fout and Alakea. Streets.
BOTH TELEPHONES 210
-P. O. BOX 21)7
LEWIS & CO.,
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Fresh Gooda by Every California Steamer.
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Islands Ohdehm Solicited. tf? 8W Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Grine and folic
BQUATTKHB' P.E.M Kill K.S (In hulk form),
Pleiiro Drench, for
mixing with drink
for mixing with
Ked Water Dieneh
Stud Cattle Calving
Heouri In Calves,
Hoven Powder, for
Ckmcb of Aborted Ilemt'dieH in hottlen,
from ! to -0, with printed pamph
lets on Disease, Breeding and
Tuiie Woiin Sieei-
Lung, llowols and
Kluke and Liver
Catarrh In Sheep,
Butt liurih Lick,
l'out Hot Dip Pow
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IMI'OltTEII.S AM) DKALCHS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
.New (ioodb Kucelvt'd )' Kvury Packet from the Kaitein State nud Europe,
KRESH . CALIFUItNIA - J'KODl'CIJ BY - EVKUY STKAMEH.
All Orders faithfully attended to and fJoodn Diillverud to uny
Pari of tliu City KB EM.
Island Oiiders Solicit u. Satisfaction Gcaiuniebd.
kaht con.vujt your and kino aTKKKTa.
For Brood Mates,
For Stud Cattle,
Trainers' Skin and
These uie ull Bpeulal iuuedle for Pure
Bred Auliualh, and adapted for the
IVciillnr Condition of the
Funnel V Implov
Farmer.i' Jleul All,
Case o( ABorted
All ltduud orders nroinntlv Ht-
tended to and iminpliletH routululug full
Information will he tent on application.
C. NY. .MACFAULANIC,
W7, Suti AytiUJur lr. i'utiii. m
and wo cnti't buliove othurwisu.
1 Howovur, I walked down with linn
I to bis oUiuo. Whilo thero Mussrs.
, Wuudouborc and J. B. Oastlo cnnio
in. Wo discussed what had trans
pired during the day.
Thurston asked if 1 would take a
proposition into consideration. 1
did not know what ho meant, and
loft hiui..savinK 1 was too tired to
entertain any proposition. After I
left him 1 stopped in at YV. O. !
Smith's ollieo, where thoro was a
largo throug of peoplo gathered,
and as 1 walked iu thoj' called upon
mo to relate what had happened
during tho day, and what. 1 thought,
would be the Quo'in's actions later.
1 repeated to them what I had told
Thurston. When 1 got through
talking Mr. Hart well handed mo a
piece of yellow paper. 1 saw at
once it was Thurston's hand-writing
and it was a request to J. L. Stevens,
American Minister, and Capt. Yiltso
of the Boston to laud troops to as
sist iu dethroning tho Queen. Whilo
I was reading it Thurston catuo in
and said: "You sign that document,
Colburn, and get your colleagues to
sigu it, aud place it iu tho hands of
some one you cau trust, say Mr.
Hartwell, for it may happen tho
Queou will cause you to bo imprison
ed so as to carry on hor work of
promulgating this new Constitu
tion." 1 replied I would havo to
consult with my colleagues before
I could or would sigu any document
of that nature. However, I kept
possession of it until Peterson caiuo
into tho same place a few minutes
later, and 1 handed the document to
him. That document is at present
in the archives of the United States
Sunday tuoruiiiir, a little before 0
o'clock, Thurston called at my house
and asked mo to accompany him to
Peterson's house, which I did. Ou
arriviug there Thurston said he had
.something of a confidential nature
to toll us, aud if wo wore opposed to
it to tro t it as suuh. Ho went ou to
say that a number of gentlemen had
mot at his house tho night before,
aud thoy had decided to dethrone
the Queen, had appointed a Com
mittee of Safety, namiug thorn, and
they had sput him to us to ask if we
would not take tho initiative, i.e., to
havo us declare tho throne vacant
aud establish a Provisional Govorn
mont. This committeo desired us
to sign the recpiest to Stevens and
Wiltso, that was hauded to us tho
evening before, and to change some
of the words to suit tuts occasion.
Peterson then asked what element
wanted tho Queeu dethroned, aud
for what reason. Thurston replied
that it was tho business community,
and it was her intent ion to ptomtil-
gate a constitution at some' future
date. We told him that wo would
never allow her to do so. He replied,
that they could not trust her, aud
tho suspense was equal to sleeping
on a smouldering volcano; it nieauL
that they had to sleep on their rides
all tho time, and thoy would not and
could not stand it. Ho went on aud
"We want you to do this work
without saying a word to either of
your colleagues, Parker and Corn
well, because the former is a treach
erous liar aud Corn well does just
what Parkor tells him to do; they
aro not to bo trusted and wo want
nothing to do with them." 1 asked
him if Judges Judd and Dole were
present at tho mooting, and ho de
clined to answer. Mr. Peterson thou
informed him that if this was a
movement of the business commu
nity ho desired to consult with some
of tho business gentlemen and got
their views, and would givo his aus
wor as early as possible. Thurston
agreed and dopartod. Later iu
the samo day ho called again
at my house, but did not seo
mo. I have not soon him from that
day to this. Peterson and I consult
ed with our colleagues and six res
ponsible business moil of this city.
Acting ou their suggestions tho Cabi
net issued a proclamation, which
was also signed by tho Quoon, assur
ing the public that no further at
tempt would be made to promulgate
a now Constitution. Thurston was
furnished with an answer to this
dethroning proposition. Peterson
and I would not bo traitors to tho
Queou and tho Constitution we had
taken oath to support.
i deny having had any conversa
tion with Thurston upon what tho
Queou had said to Peterson, as tho
words that Thurstou uod woro never
spoken iu the Blue room. 1 never
told Thuibtou that Kaliiua had said
ho wanted tho blood of fivu white
muii if he could establish a new
Constitution, as I know nothing
about a now Constitution till Satur
Thurston has tho weakness to say
things when lie thinks it will lit tho
occasion best, and the iiiuu who has
onouly said what ho has said on the
plat form of a mass mooting, "that
ho would sh'tip with the devil if ho
could gain hU point," is illustrative
of lilu eliuraotur mid principle,
and inwardly digest, what you
huvi' to advertise. Ovir
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 i good and
Everybody admits so far that
are the best and most reason
able in price.
Our DIARIES for 189-1 are
all ro-idy to sell. Our
include the latest ami best.
Do not forget our little CABI
NET SOUVENIR. Just the
thing to end to friends abroad,
price 15 cents.
A line display of Dolls' Fur
niture and Tea Sets.
Never was a nicer line of
with Solid Silver Ornaments, of
fered the public, and mind you
thev are not at jewellers' figures
A pretty display of Vases,
Oupss and Saucers, etc.
A good line of Portfolios, Cro
quet, Lawn Tennis and Base
ALL FOR CASH ONLY.
Just Received per "Australia"
A LA1KJE ASSORTMENT OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES' A: CHILDREN'S HOSE,
FLAXELETTI2S, TABLE LINEN,
SILK A: CRAPE SCARFS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
Jsm S- X-iEi"V"5fr
7 5 3PRT. STREET, 7 o
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture !
Single I'iucbt mid Sets.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Vine Spring, Hnir Wool, lloss mid Straw Mattresses.
I'lIXOW.S OF LIVE UEKSE KKATHKUS AND SII.K FLOSS.
Latest Improvements in Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, G.lbs, Cradles and Higb Cbalm.
Our Cal)inet-Making Workshop is Superior in Men and Material.
FUKN1TURE AND MATTRESSES REPAIRED AS GOOD AS NEW.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
car- oim i'kicbs always the lowest ix honou'lu.
J. HOPP &
ZLTo. -7-4 JCl:n.g- Street. ...
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned hus just
received u large and varied
assortment of Hemstitched
and Fhi.ngkd Tea Cloths;
also hoine exceedingly hand
some SiDEHOAiti) Cloths in
different lengths, which he
invites his lady customers
FOK. SALE !
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Fire rlabu on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Klska by
.nnt fnr fh Hawftllnn lulmi.i
To Let or lioaao.
ilshcil KooiiiK for
Uuutleiuuu "t No. 4 (Inrdon
NEW HOUSE OK FIVE
ltuoniH. on Mufjazint
Htreut, with lltithruom, I'm
nut W, ('..etc. ('oiiimiinilH
one ol tlio tlneiit vltrtn In Honolulu. Ap
ply to (177 tf) .1. M. VIVAS.
HEAL ESTATE FOtt BALE.
7 VALIJAIil.il I'lEOEH Ol'
I Imiirovt'il 'rourty, located
In illll'Tuut l'urlb of the l.'lty of
Honolulu; nil Imrmiln.. Apnlj
for full imrtli'illiirN to
iiiiuoE .v a. j. twimvuniHT.
SOMETHING NEW !
"Is there anything new un
der the Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question and the
answer is "Go to M. Golii
hicho's and have a look at his
New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can- j
not he surpassed; both in long j
and short sleeves. Price 50c.
each. M. Goldheko is the
solo agent for Dr. G. .Taoger's
r.li) FOHT STHEET.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Opening Day (or Xias Goods !
r.l'l FOHT STHEET.
1 loroughbred Stock
FOR, SALE !
The uuilers'gned oJl'era for sale the follow
ing Iiemitiful Stock:
THE K1NE HOUSE -
ANII TJIK FOLLOWING MAllKM:
"Angie A.," "Josie W.,"
"Sally Black" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Blue" and Colt,
Kull J'edii:ieH of the above can be
(ecu at Orrttntielu Stables, where price ami
mriub cuu oe urrunet to huh uie umeri.
: Kaplolanl Park.
LI. ACCOUNTS DUE ME, AND NOT
Wild lit Tllcaditv. Di'CiiMilicr 5. lMJ!!.
Mill llU lirOUVVlltl'd AT OM'K.
BW-lw 0J1AU. J, KISI1EI..
JUBT (1UOWN AT THE AHIMMANO
Itaiiitli, u uholcu growth of
'New England Sorghum Seed
For Mile In loth to milt, by
Kurt Bliw I.
livery description of JOB PHhVTIXQ
dvnr it! fir Bullttin Ojke,