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yTJjv jDniljj gutlctin,
Httlgcd to neither Sect nor I'urty,
Hut tistnblished for the Beneit uj All,
FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 1893.
Siuco tbu uppoanuieo of Sorom
Bishop's bloodthirsty uilvicu, his
alleged religious periodical will in
fuluio bo called tho "Fiend."
It may bo very funny to tho Ad
ortisor, but it is a urging scandal
lo tho oouituiiiiitv, that crime goos
unpunished when committed In
supporting of tlio Provisional Gov
ernment. Tlioro was nevei a poiiod
in tho liNtorv of Hawaii up till tho
present one, when men caught m
tho act of violating tho law of tho
laud weie lot go without trial. In
addition to a nameless ollciiie com
mitted by ollicois of tho law a low
months ago, wo hao tho locout
eases of illicit liquor and opium
doalerb as instances of such ollicial
pc i ti d .
Thoro is a suspicion abroad that
tho action of tho Councils yesterday
was instigated b) Tliut&toii's policy
of tho 1'. G.'s lotiromont to an im
pioviaed capitol and stronghold,
upon being piesed by tho forces
of the L nited States. It makes little
dill'ereuce now whether few or any
of the Councillois weie posted on
the leal leason for the ote demand
ed by tho ruling organizations out
bide. The polic in question would
involve a remowd ot all portable
assets in advance, and lo.valtv to the
1'. G. would need to be of the sternest
btulT which would allow such a
crime to be committed in -eeiot.
Perhaps there will be profound dis
appointment in the tank and lile if
.Mr. Damon does not rc-ign m eon
sequence of the ordeied inquisition.
It appear-, to be an impossibility
for tho Stai to state tho truth about
an matter howeor trhial. in it-
isMie of last evening it draws upon
imagination for a calabash and an
inscription for the same. -"To .1. 11.
Blount fioni the lliu Kalaiaiua foi
t-ervices rendered." We weie satis
lied that the society mentioned,
which i-,, as the .Mar stales, a part
of the .Mechanics Union, would not
commit such an mipiopriety as to
make a pieseut to a foreign even if
i etired representative. Such a
unique proceeding must be reserved
for the "sei vices rendered" by J. L.
Stoeus, and upon that the Annexa
tion Club has got the patent. We
can safely assure our readers that the
quotation of an inscription given bv
the Star is a pure fabrication, but
that will not prevent it from circula-
ting the he in the Lulled State- and
getting the Associated Picas cones
poudent to copy it, and enlarge on
it. The annexation pies- is up to
its neck in lies to support fraud, and
if by an chance it could tell the
truth even abuiit the size of, or in
scription on a calabash, the public
would wondur what happened.
SLOW BUT SURE.
At the meeting of the Executive
and Advisory Councils on October
ft, a report of the military committee
wan adopted, which recommended,
with other reductions in tho ex
penses, that future enlistments of
privates should be at a lowei rate of
wages than had hitherto prevailed.
Tho Minister of Finauce on October
lit reported from tho Executive that
a reduction of SP115 a mouth had
been made in the cost of the mili
tary. His ligiues showed a reduc
tion in the number of privates,
which would probably stop new en
listments for some time. Hovvover,
since that time it has been reported
that the forces were being increased
instead of reduced in number. In
that case it should have been ex
pected that the order of the Coun
cils for a reduction in the pay of
privates should have been put into
effect. But at yesterday's session it
transpired that tlt Executive had
oulj just decided to put the order
in lorce. When the Attorney-General
had reported this action, it was
discovered that the amount of re
duction in privates' pay was not on
record. So the Councils solemnly
authorized the Executive to do what
they had empowoied it to do over
two mouths ago. "Slow but sure"
would seem to bo the motto of the
Provisional Government in matters
THE MOWS TJUUMPH.
Minister Damon and Councillor
Sulir took a utanlv stand yesterday,
for just dealing tow aid public tor
vaut.s who have Leon faithful under
the rule of difi'eiout political parties.
We would not for a moment, defend
any employee of the Government
who made any open or seciet show
of active antagonism to any admin
istration for the lime being in
power, ft would be an honorable
act for such an one, who might
ihiuk lull set vices essential to the
opposition, lo lu.sigu his ollice and
oppose the Government under un
hampurod conditions. Vet it is
Jiard to ucunuy reason of an admiia
bio nature for tho conduct of n Gov
oruniont -espouially ono that pro
losses to be strong in the support of
every reputable olouiont -in giving
waj absolutely to what is nothing
but a rabble clamor for salaried
positions in return for services ren
dered professedly in tho solo inte
rests of the country. Mr. Damon
truly interpreted tho speeches of his
follow Councillors, whon ho dis
coveted fear and revenge as their
motives. Thoio is less reason now
than there might have been some
months tigo lor the action taken bv
the Councils. Then the Govern
ment might bo pardoned for vigi
lance against any movement for its
subversion from within tho country.
Now it has only reason to be appre
hensive of being crushed by the
power of the United States. Of
what account, in such an event,
would bo a few clerks who may not
possess a consuming lovo for, or an
abounding confidence in, the pre
sent rulers With only a few weeks
more at most to wait for definite
action one way or the other by
the United States, the detoimiuation
at this late day to get rid of all who
are not active and armed supporters
of tho pieseut temporary concern,
even as a war measure, shows, as Mr.
Damon suggested, tho opposite of a
consciousness of strength. To iew
the matter fully, however, it is neces
sary to look back a little to the be
ginning of the campaign for billots
which has just reached its clium in
the unconditional surrender of Presi
dent Dole, two of his colleagues, and
all but one of tho Advisory Councils
present at yesterday's session. Whon
Pineapple Patriot lCmineluth with
his newspaper and the Annexation
Club made up their minds to break
through the terms of the Proclama
tion into the green pastures of
salaiy, the could find no cause of
ollense against the incumbents of
public ollice who were assured by
that document that they would be
left alone. They could not prove
I hem enemies and so they set about
to make enemies of them. Their
chief agent was the Star, owned by
the Annexation Club and engineered
by hmimoluth. That sheet institut
ed its favorite waifareof dirt-throwing
at the civil servants whose places
were wanted, so as to make them feel
bitter and show a tired feeling in their
countenances. It is no wonder if their
face- did grow long under such a
trial, when each successive mail from
abioad showed relief for themselves
as well as thuir bayouet-ruled coun
try as distant, apparently, as ever.
To have to go about their duties
day after day, with tho consciousness
that their every move and look, and
their very accents, were being watch
ed with suspicion, would make the
nj0st , , lmn ; noM fee,
wulfi, lowaid U(u auUu)rs ()f swh
espionage. It is no wonder if
young men especially should grow
impatient under such persecution
and consciously or unconsciously
show their impatience iu their do
ineauoi or occasionally even words.
Politically speaking it may be said
that the Government is welcome to
all the advantages it may gain from
the ollicial inquisition now ordered.
The relies action that its surrender
to the greedy gang will have on
public opinion in the United States
will be as useful to tho cause of Ha
waii's independence as that of the
proceedings of the late indignation
meeting against the United States
THEY SING LIKE B1KD3.
Dlisses Albu Charm a Large Au
dience at the Oporti House.
Thov came, they sang, they con
quered. That is what may be said
of tho visit of the young English
sopranos, the .Misses Albu, to Hono
lulu. I'aeh and both of them re
ceived a perfect ovation at every ap
pearance in the Opera House last
night. Aud well they might. Such
singing it is not the privilege of Ho
nolulu people to hear once in ayear.
Nature lias given those young
ladies loinarlsabiy fine voices, and
cultivation has given them rare
grace and power iu using their
voices. Their enunciation is as near
perfection as possible. Every note
is clear as a boll, every word comes
honest to the ear. Withal the Misses
Albu have a charming stage pres
ence Julio being tall aud willowy,
lioso plump with girlish playfulness.
Miss Julie sang "Sing Swoot Bird,"
by Uau., after the opening overture
by the orchestra. Tho way she
vocalized the long trills, iu birdliko
tones and without a Haw, sent the
house into raptures, In response to
a loud recall, she sang the ''Chinee"
ballad "Ylang-Ylang" in a most tak
ing style.evoking a volley of laughing
applaui-o as she retired. Miss Hose
captured the audience with the first
notes of "Uear Heart, which she
sang wiiu uncommon ricuuess oj
voice. She responded to an euthu-
si.'1-.tio recall with "('nniin' Mini' (lie
rye," lendered archly and sweetly.
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siMum nu 1 1(4 inuuuui, uum lliu.ioi
ma," from Hollini's opera Norma,
The,) gave it in the original Italian,
and the blending of their voices was
exijuisito. The harmonies wero per
fectly sweet, fascinating to all oars.
There was an irrepressible recall that
repeated bows of the ladies would
not satisfy, and the curtain was
raised while they lopualcd the last
In the second part Miss Albu
I Julie) sang "The song that reached
t . ,, .,, ,, , ,, ,
my heart, with rutlued pathos, and,
in ansvvor lo tho Inevitable oueoro,
"Love's old swoot song," in both of
which she more than held tho do
lighted esteem won in her previous
ellorts. Miss Hose Albu sang "'Au
gels1 Serenade," by Braga, a violin
obligato being finely played by Mr.
Bursolti. Tho insatiable house cried
for more, and Mis IJoso gave tho
Japanese idyllic ballad, "She Stoops
to Conquer," with a delightful
naivete that again brought down the
house. As a Itnale, the sisters sang
the duet, "Maying," by Alice May
Smith, It was superbly executed,
with lucid expression, clear enuncia
tion, puie melodies and perfect har
monics. The audience retired full
of enthusiasm, with tho waves of
angelic music yet tingling in their
eais. They seemed to hurry away,
as if fearing that "Hawaii l'onoi,'
though well piavod by tno orches
tra, might dim "the delightful last
oireol pioduced b. the charming
The performances of tho orches
tra led by Prof. Beiger added much
to tho pleasure of the evening. Mr.
L. Harsotti, in a Unto solo Verdi's
"11 Traviata" -anil .Mr. V. Keogh's
comet solo Bellini's "II Sounam
bula" -both received applause. Prof.
Borger's piano accompaniments wore
all particularly well played.
Next Thuisday evening the Misses
Albu will givo an English, Irish and
Scotch ballad concert. Owing to a
demand for seats for that event hav
ing begun at the Opera House last
night, .Mr. Levey determined to open
the box plan forthwith. As ballad
music loads tho classic in popularity
as yX in this community, early re
serving of seats will bo tho part of
wisdom. Tho farewell concert will
take place on the following Satur
day ovoirng, so that but two more
opportunities leiuaiu for hearing
these talented songstresses.
The United States Minister and
Mrs. Willis, besides a largo number
of the most prominent residents,
were at tho opening concert.
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is carefully
pioparod from Sarsaparilla, Dande
lion, .Mandrake, Dock, Pipsissevva,
Juniper berries and other well
known remedies, by a peculiar com
bination, propoitiou and process,
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla cura
tive poweis not possessed by other
medicines. It elfocts remarkable
ctnes when other propaiatious fail.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
.s.vu: ok .haki:.s OK
Pearl City Fruit Co.
On SATURDAY. Dee. Oil.,
AT ll! O'CLOCK NOON,
At iiij -ali-ioom, I will --ill ui Public
10 Shires Pearl City Fruit Co.'s Stock
in l'eu'ont Paid Up.
Jas, :f aVEorgaxi,
On Saturday Evening, Dec. 9th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
-A.T MY SALESROOM
1 will -i-ll :it I'iiIiHc Aiirtiuii a liiu'uf (iiiuiN
Christmas and New Year
( iiiimn, ijuilit,
W'liiti' Die-"' (Juoil-, Milt I'utternt.
Linen fable lutlisuml Napkin-,
A"l A M'LKNDIl) LINK OK
All Kir- ami I'.iltcrns wbirli limit
he -old at im.v juiee.
GOODS NOW ON VIEW !
Sold at Auv Price,
All flood MUM lie
BOOXXISH XHISTLE OLUB.
AMLLTINO OK THK AHOVK OLlIlt
vIJ lie liulil on MONDAY KVK.V
1M1, Ufuviiiliei 11, at 7:'SU iiVlook . Hu-i-uu-s;
Nomination of olllccii for ensuing
tenn. full alti'inlance Ik iviiiif-tcil.
ht civtarv pro Win.
Honolulu, llec. !l, IsilJ. ' !)Ul-3t
A Good Business on Fori Street
fl. K llOAUPM.V.N,
M' Korl nlicet
CEYLON JEWELIIY AND LAOES.
rpm: i-Nitj;nMoNi:n m:in to
1 (ill III (lie 1 1 11 111 1
1 iiillilii Hint lie lilt- onmici u
atom at No I u Niiiiniui it net. luuiu I,
,lilo for lie iiile of I 'nylon Muimf.it'-
tiircil Jewelrv iitul llaiul inuiln Luce. In-
BjHTtion i i-ij.,--t full
W. .1. hAllKIS.
Miiiiiifai'luriiit: .lewder, 1 o Nimanii M.
A I'AIU'V DLhlltLh lo
iv llii.v or lo Cliailui u
Huuill Hlt'iimcr or riiiliuoiicr.
lur Illll iiuiiiui n, i,
omVti ufiliib mr
lur piiilluulur. i an ui tlm
till '.'III I
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'i
Saturday, Dec. 8, 1893.
People are gradually finding
out that painting housesmeans
something besides putting on
a combination of colors and
brightening the appearance 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 of
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
hutise 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 Paint
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
as if you come to the store.
An article we don't talk
about very much, but which is
quite an item in our business,
is rope, good manila rope man
ufactured by Tubbs & Co., the
famous cordage makers. We
keep all sizes from a fish line
to a hawser the thickness of
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 cordage dealers and
pjive better satisfaction. Un
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 increa&es 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 lit
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 mouths. 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.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., I.'tl
0iKmlU) Upreuktlb' lllook,
807 KOIIT HTUWKT,
Aie jusl in receipt of huge iinpiutii
lions by their ii on hurku "l" nl
and by n number of ves
sels from Aiui'i Sea.
Uon.sit-ling of a lurc uiul complete
DRY s GOODS
Vienna niul Iron Guillen Kumituic,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron Heilstcitls', Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
American & European
Oils n ml PninU, l.uhiicating OiciImj,
Caustic Suilii, Wash Soilu,
lilterpri'ss Cloth, Twine,
Higs, Market Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc , Etc.
Hoofing Slate", Kiieluick",
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lcail,
11 it i 1 1 anil Corrugated linn,
K. It. Mateiials,
Steel Kail-, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
(iiililen (late, Diamond, Spenj '&, Mer
chant ami Elilonulu
V L O U 11
On the mo-l Lilieial Teiniw at the
Lowest Prices by
H. Ilackfeld & Co.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
"Wins the Prize at the
Woi'ld'a Fair with their
-EAGLE" Brand Beer.
Hi. .oris, Oct. -.'8, IS'U.
.M I Mile-. Mm UI, MC A. Co., L'li.,
Honolulu, 11. I.
Hnir .s'r- We have uuiilml you u wipy
of lliu lilulir-Htmmriit uunoutieiiif; tlit'Kiettt
victorv won hv the Amikcm k-IJcm ii Aihii
cmtio.n will their "KAOLIC" Uuiid of
ANHhUbl-iH-mJSCH UHKWINO ASSO
CIATION. (8itciiil 1'njmtch tn (llulif-Ih nincrnl.J
Woinii1- J'Mlt, Ciiicvuo, i.i.., Oct. ill.
No award has ovei liten made -o gratifying
to St. Louit jiiiople and so juatlv merited
us tho oiib Kivun to-duv by the Columbian
jury of the world's t'ufr, consisting of connoisseur-
and chemists of the highext rank,
to the Auhcu-er-Bouh llrevving Associa
tion. Ily methods of unrivalled hnsiness
enterprise, and by using the best material
produced iu America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or urro
Kiitcs, the dill'erent kinds of the Auheuser
Biihuh beer have become tho favorites with
the American people, aud have now con
quered the highest awaid in every particu
lar, which had to be considered by the
Columbian jury. The high character of
the award given to-day by the jurors will
he better understood when II is known that
the dlllcient beers exhibited by the An
heiihor-JIusch Brewing Association bad to
compete with hundreds of the most exuol
lujit dlnplayc of otbor brewers. The fact
that no other concern has received so
many points for the various essential iial
itlos of good beer conllnus anew the firm's
repul itlou as the leader of all American
beers, and Mr. Adolphus Hnsch can feel
piood over this result to Justly merited.
&'" The above Is a Fac-slmllle of (lie
Label or tlie " EAGLE " Brand which took
1flfc Iu nideiinu this II.. it bit sure to
al( fui the "i:.Wl,L' llniiid.
Macfarlano & Co., L'd,
Sl'J-lf .bnil tui Illinium,) litanili.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Oorner Port 8c Hotel Streets.
Toys of Evsry Description !
Holiday & Xmas Goods
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices!
1 AM OKKKRINU A V1CUV LAHIIK STOCK OK
EL:-A.3Sr 3D k: EJ PL O tt I El F S5
For Ladles, Oentlcmeu aud Childien at Low Prices.
SPKCI AL-At ir,c.-a line lino of I udies' Kmbroided Silk Handkeichiefs.
Si'KCIAL-At.Vx:.-Gent!,, Japanese Hllk Handkerchiefs.
Sl'EOIAL-At Li'jc lOSdoAUi Taney Silk Handkerchiefs.
Mv.rH' . Ilk'.. 1'Jtf, . 1i llllfl 1111,.
otl'ered in the market (immense as-oitiuent to select from).
Extra Value In Hosiery for Ladles, Gentlemen and Children I
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hose at S15 Dozen 1
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will be oll'eied at Lower IMces.than ever liefoie.
My $4 Suits reduced to $3. My $5 Suite reduced to $3.75. My $0, $0.00
and $7.60 Suits (Knee Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My SI Knee Pants reducod to 05c. My $2, 52.25 aud 32.50
Knee Pants reduced to $1.50
Boy's "Waists at So.
In White and Kancy Percale with Buck and Kront 1'leatPd and Large
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flaiiellette I
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By tho "Australia" due here next Saturday I will receive a l.arge Stcck of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
New Novelties Id Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHKK LAKOK INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes!
aer i nST-VITE INSPECTION "HA
S . ZEl JE3l
Comer Fort and Hotol Sts.,
AVE HAVE JUST KECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IX PARIS, A LARUE
These French Brushes are celebrated the World over for
their Exckm.kxck of Frxisn and Dukawuty,
and cost you xo mokk than the ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SS3 B-'o-rt stf est. - - - Honolulu, H. I.
3LiO"V"EIJOir &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
roll THK KALE OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Winos,
h'rum "I'ncle Sinn" Wine Crllun, Nujju City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Sun June, Cul., ', S. A.
Dullennvfj & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
A merit h' Fine.it t'roduetlua, Uiilt und Mellow.
Smiance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
- Uniform und ilelltdde,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour."
-The I'e'uwe of Summer Drinks,
fc.,iM.Tv '''''" Uuo,l''eUjl'iiuiiU'od Firm uluni In every reapi-cl und ure ollerwd tor
btile in i'i) Ut-uuiinblf I'rlcus. h3T-Biu
MuTOii. Tu.miuwK 0S im Omois Uox l7
I.tlfllnw' TJ,Milti,rM.fu nf I Itu llul vmIiim
JtC Ii X C JrEE ,
- Honolulu, EL I.