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hnlned In neither Sict nor Party,
Hut Estuhlixhed for the lieneftt o) All.
.MONDAY, DEC. 11, 1893.
Soiuu guuuinu Auiiiricnu viows i
tho Hawnimn situation will bo found
in this isduo from thu lllustruted
When tho auuuxntioimta would
not givo Mr. 131onut curtain infor
mation ho wautud, it cotuus with an
ill gruco from thorn to complain that
he did not question muiu of their
leaders. Why was tliu roll of mum
bers of tho Annexation Club tofiiM-d
to tho CoinniisiiiniM
Opium flimiKylitiy novor hail such
free eoursu uuilor tho monarchy as
it has now under Miuistoi Stevens's
"best government tho islands over
hud." Tho revenue service indeed
appears to bo torpid, walciug up
now auil then to look for tho holes
in tho air whom opium had been
stowed in vessels' holds.
There is u Spin nxlike silence in
the Government organs vegardiug
the charges of perverting of justico
to sao P. U. gun-earriora from
punishment for illicit dealing in
opium and liquor. This is tho gold
en ago for law-breftkers in Hawaii
who put themselves on tho right
side for immunity from their de
serts. Tho annexation puet of Maui has
"written for tin Advertiser" Tenny
bou's well-known verses, '"Form Hiile
men Form,-' which iu IS."8 cau-ed a
lively s'ir between France and Great
Britain. Wo may uoxt uxpeot tho
newly imported Maui doniinio to
publish au annexation version of tho
Ten Commandments. This is tlm
P. G. age of plagiarism.
It is reported from Washington in
a San Francisco paper received to
day that the tariff bill was com
plete, and only awaiting approval by
the Secretaij of the Treasury before
being made public. President Cleve
land and the Democratic party aie
in power for business, and party
platforms in the United States will
mean eomel hiim henceforth.
Iu answer to a query iu the Holo
uiua, the Bulletin speaking for itself
would say that tho weekly liuaucial
statement was omitted from this
paper labt wee; for want of space.
Tho Minister of Finance furnished
the usual ropy to t h puss, PurUapf
the Government organs will explain
why they omitted the statement,
while filling up space with steieo
There is an eud to the voyages of
the Pacific Mail steamer City ol
Xew York. She has gouo to pieces
on the rocks at the entrance of the
bay of San Francisco. With the
SoOu.uOO steamship is lost from lUU,
GOO to 200,000 spent iu efforts to
save her, including expensive wreck
ing pumps and gear that could not
bo recovered when the hull began to
break up. The "1-told-you so" fra
ternitv in S?nn Frauci.-co are making
unfavorable companions between the
unsuccessful efforts tu Uoat the City
of New York with thu success of
Captain .Metcalfe in floating the
Miowera at Honolulu.
THAT CALABASH AOAIN.
The Star, true to its instincts, in
sists on its romance of the Hui Ka
laaina's forwarding a calabash to the
Hon. J. H. Blount, and ondi avots to
fortify th lie by staling that a pro,
minent physician read the inscrip
tion which we quoted ou Saturday
from the Star. We congratulate the
Star people ou being able to get
under the toga of a "prominent physi
cian," and trust that Medico, who
ever ho ma' be, is more conscientious
in inditing his own prescriptions
than in figuring out othor people's
inscriptions. .Moreover, the author
ship of a fabricated inscription is
not nearly so rough ou u mythical
"proraineut physician" as it might
be on some of our prominent preach
ers' for whereas physic is not yet
an exact science, tho theology of
annexation is. The absurdity of a
society of about ton thousand men
presenting a simple "calabash" foi
"services rendered," is, of course,
quite iu keeping with the Star port
raiture of Hawaiian character. As
to tho "soup" which the Star says
Mr. Blount may find a calabash use
ful for, tho lemark suggests lo us to
enquire of the Star how John I...
Stevens is likolj to enjoy his cold
bioth out of that annexation tuieeii,
especially when flavored, as it is
now, with "Sopor's mushroom army
kotchup," patented ou tho 11th of
January, 18U5J7 There is no pres-ont
reason why tho Star should despair
of niceiviiig its dishful. T he io-i
feu is mniiiorhig.
In itH report of the inquisition on
Saturday, tho Star sajs thai Carl
Widotuann, Geo. Smithies and Pal
mer Woods "oaoh avowed hiuibolf a
Royalibt, though ho wus not uo pin-
tioular about'tho return of Liliuoka
laui to power as about tho restora
tion of tho monarchical form of gov
ernment, Smithies wanted a sover
eign with greatly curtailed powers."
Tho Star never sticks at falsehoods
when thoy servo to injure political
opponents. One of tho gentlemen
uauicd by the Star says hu never
had any idea about restoration un
connected with tho return of Liliu
okalani, and nothing ho said to the
Executive Council could bear the
construction of what tho Star says.
This is not the first time the Star
has lied about the same faithful and
elheieut public servant. It pub
lished a ,) am a few days ago about
his having said something at a pri
vate gathering in favor of restora
tion. Tho story proved to have ori
ginated in some distorted gossip
brought to tho Star otlice by Dr.
McGiow from a young Hawaiian
lady he uiot at Waikiki. In its ro-
feieuce to the official in question
tho published story was utterly
Another of the three officials con
demned by tho inquisition ou Sat
urday had some time before ten
dered his resignation to Mir. Damon,
the Minister of Finance, giving as his
reason that ho did not wish to see the
Minister placed in an embarrassing
relation with tho supporters of his
party on his account. Mr. Damon
declined to accept his resignation,
saying ho trusted him and his fol-low-clork,
for whoso dismissals the
Star was clamoring, and would staud
by them. When tho Minister had
taken his stand in tho Councils
against tho principle of tho proposed
iuquisitiou, the clerks iu question
ou mutual consultation informed
him that if ho resigned in conse
quence of having his policy repudi
ated they would resign with him.
Air. Damon thanked them cordially
and, a little while afterward, invited
them up to tho Executive Council
chamber, theio to receive their dis
missals as a reward for their fidelity
to their chief.
All the honor that the inquisition
has thus far developed is reflected
on the manly young Uawaiiaus who
have been its first victims. They
could have saved thoir positions by
practicing the duplicity of many
others iu "igning the Annexation
Club's roll and promising to carry
a gun against their friends and
kindred. They might have avoided
the humiliation of being summarily
dismissed by refusing to take the
word of thoir chief that ho would
staud by them. These 3-oung men
retire from tho positions iu which
they have served different govern
ments creditably, with the respect
of the whole community not except
ing the members of the inquisition
themselves. They leave it for tho
inquisitor general and his colleagues
to suffer tho pangs caused by a loss
of self-respect fiom their moral con
sciousness. An uncalled-for remark is made in
the Holomua, condemning the dis
missed ollicials if they stay iu their
places until thoir successors aio ap
pointed. U is very necessary for
his own sake that Mr. Smithies
should turn over tho affairs of the
Hegistry of Finance iu perfect shape.
This will require a day or two's
Waikapu Commons Again Fighting
an Old Will.
Huwaiiau Commercial Si Sugar
Co. vs. Waikapu Sugar Co., was
heard befoie the Supreme Court this
morning, iu an appeal from tho de
cree of the Chancellor denying the
motion for accounting from the time
of tho bringing of tho suit. The
appeal is the defendant's, represent
ed in this suit by G. W. Macfarlane.
Hatch and C. . Ashford for plain
tiff; Hart well for defendant.
J uilge Cooper has cotifirmed the
master's report and approved the
executors' accounts in the estate of
1. N. Kobinson. Carter t Carter
Judge Cooper has approved the
accounts and ordered the discharge
of W. F. Allen, guardian of Helen
Dickson, a minor who has come of
Judge Whiting is this afternoon
hearing a petition to revoke an old
will. The petitioner is Keavvckaku
(w.), claiming to be next of kin and
heir of A. Akahi (vv,), and alleging
that she died intestate, also that a
writing admitted to probate in 1877
as the will of Akahi was not her
will. This disputed will loft, part of
the estate to tho late Mrs. Bernice
P. Bishop, whoso will in turn loft
the said part for tho founding of
Katnuhainoha Schools with other
lauds for the same purpose. J. V.
Poopoo for petitioner; F. M. Hatch
and C. W. Ashford for trustees of
m m -
Woman's Iloady Wit.
The Hov, Clericus has boon wait
ing half an hour to speak to his wife,
w ho is having a call from Mrs. Long
wind. Hearing the front door close
he supposes thu visitor has gone.
Tho Hov. Clericus (calling from
his study,) -Well, is that old bore
gouo at last?
Mrs. Clericus (fioiu the drawing
room, where Mrs. Lougwiud still
sitsj- (J, yes, my deal, she went an
hour ago; but our dear Mrs. Long
wind is luno I know you will want
to come in uud tun her. Once a
llo Hnppouon to Know Hor.
"Well, by George!" he said to a
follow -passenger on tho rear plat
form of a linker street car, "but of
all the outlandish hats 1 over saw on
a woman that takes tho cake! 1
mean that woman near tho front
door on the right."
"Yes, she looks like a fool!" replied
"The idea of a vvininu forty years
old getting such a hat as that must
make all h r relatives tired."
"Yes, it probably does."
"I wonder if she has anv idea how
homely she is?" continued tho fitst,
who seemed greatly put out.
"Not a bit of it. She imncines
..I. ..I. 1 . !.. .....I .,(, ,l!l. v
nuns iimi jiuhij (inn nijiinu.
sort always does."
"Pretty! Stylish! Why, you iniirht . their choice selection of jruods
travel for a mouth and not hud I i umil.
another such homely woman, and as j1 or ,!: "oust.,
for hor style she looks as if sho had If we purchased good tilings
coine out of tho woods." to-day and poor articles to-
"lYmv'S mu.1i a ohro.no as sorrow people would sa : "It
that I'd'leavo her. Even tho chil- is characteristic of the Hawaii
dren grin as they look at hor." , an Hardware Co. to tnve a
XJU1 IMI.ll'IIIIM (IIIO tUIU(HUIIUU It
leave hor. but il did no good," quiet
ly replied No. 2.
"Oh! then you know hint?"
Uere occurred a painful pati-o,
lasting a full minute, during which
tho two men avoided looking at
each other. Filially No. 1 made a
great dibit and said:
"Mnvbo von are the husband him
"Yes, I'm the one," answered No
2, "and if it won't make no great
difference to you we'll change tho
subject and talk about the weather.
Do you think we've had rain enough
for corn and potatoes'"
Hut No. 1 s-iw a man ou I he corner
who owed him $2, or something or
other, and hurriedly jumped off to
collect it ami get down the side
lJit Ivtii.liiiii1 IiiU t li r.ini iiinwl i r I
Life la Misery
To many neoplo who have the taint
of scrofula in their blood. The ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
sores and other manifestations of
this disease are beyond description.
There is no other leuiedy equal to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for 'orofula,
salt i heum and every form of blood
disease. 11 is reasonably sure to
benefit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills cine all liver ills.
N. S. SACHS7
3 ID -A-IN"
Guessing Contest I
How Man? Beaos are in the Jar?
SEE IP YOU CAN GUESS.
We huve exhibited in our Window a Olubs
Jar filled with Be.uis; the nearest
gues'-er vvi 1 receive as a
New Year's Gifts,
Silver Tea Set
Foij.r Pieces !
Nun on exhibition in our window.
Vf3k- All (inuring Blank? must be sent
in by Til VRsDA 'i , U.-e. 12th, before 6 v. M.
1"Wv Tin- mime of the nearest guesser
will no nnn iinceit in tliu uiiil pnpert on
Sutniday, Deo. BOth.
ttS- Guciiif' lilunl; will be given to
I'urohfers at N. S. rfaehs', Tort .street.
C1HAKLES J. WHITNEY HAVING
asuijied management of the Palace
lee Cream 1'arlors, has resumed the manu
facture of Choice French Candies mid Ice
Creams. He is rrady to supply the holi
day trade. Arlington lllock, Hotel Htreet.
Moth Telephones. !W.i-'Jw
A Good Busiaess on Fort Street
AT- Inquire of
G. E. IJOAKIlMAN,
!KJl-tf &1U Fort street.
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.
A MEETING OF THE AliOVE C'LUH
vvil! be held ou MONDAY EVEN-
December 11. at 7 1'St) o'clock . Uusl
Nomination of ot)kvr for unfiling
A tun atteuuuiice is reoiiestuii.
Kct-ri'turv rnu tent.
Honolulu, Dec. il, lS'.i'i, Out-Ht
CEYLON JEWELRY AND LAOES.
rpiin I'MUiitsinsKD iir.os to in-
1. form thu public that ho lias opened a
store ut Xo -1511 Summit -trcct.
Ahlo'M for the sale of Ceylon Miinuftio-
turon jeweir nun iianu-nia-io iaee,
MM-ctlon n-Micctfullv invited.
W. J. SADItlb.
Miiimfucdiring .lender. i Xuiiaiiu st.
1 the ground Hour of
'itii ruuii UOU.W1 un j wi-i
the MiiKinft Temple; theo CjiJIi
iiooms are suiwbV for KUiy
..........i ii..... nf rtt 'a
StoruH or Offices. I-'nr tmiticmlan apply to
Y. r. ALLKN,
( Imlrmun o! iru-tcc over liltiiup A'
t'o 's Hank.
.1 j-ew rnoii'E I'EUNH in 1'oth
A and Imiuth.y ba-kuts-. oa Saturday
after II! (I'liUy!:. ni tho reddi'liec of
8'1-3t ' it. I. LILLIE.
A PAR IV OLMItr.ri TO
lint ur to CliurtBr a
Small StL-'uiiirr or Sohomirr. -rl'd
For Duillnu Ura. rail t tb -'W
OUice o this papr. bUl-'.'u
Hawaiian Minn Co., L'jl
Saturday, Dec. D, IMS.
The individuality of men is
shown by their works. Byron
by his beautiful, but lascivious,
poems, Macauley by the care
devoted to the preparation of
his history of England, Mes
sunnier by the delicacy of
colors on canvas, Wagner by
his base-horn sonatas, and the
Hawaiian Hardware Co. by.
good thing one time and a bad
one another." As it is our
policy to buy only reliable
goods the people here as well
as on the other islands can
safely depend upon getting
just what they order. We
could not send a poor quality
of goods if we were requested
to; we don't keep them in
Last week we unpacked a
goodly number of boxes, many
of them suitable for the holi
days, all of them adapted to
the every day wants of the
people. That these new goods
suited our customers was evi
denced in the fact that many
of the handsomest gifts to the
recently married couples were
purchased Irom us. Our stock
is a combination from which
one may select articles for use
by people in any walk of life,
from the lady who wants an
exquisitely wrought jewel case
I to the manager ol the planta
tion who requires the imple
ments a Hendry Hieaker for
instance, lor tilling the soil.
We have recently added to
our stock an assortment of
fancy goods for the holiday
season comprising, silver plat
ed ware, onjx tables, hand
some banquet lamps, ebony
like pedestals for statuettes,
etc., things which you and
everyone else admire when
you see them in your neigh
bor's parlor. Handsome look
ing are they, and stout of
build, but ridiculously low in
price, because they have been
having hard times in the
United States and competition
has forced the manufacturers
to reduce the price of their
We heard the other day that
a certain mill on Puget Sound
loaded 123 vessels last year
and did' not make a dollar.
This should have made lumber
cheap and houses should go
up here like they used to dur
ing the old boom days in Kan
sas. Other material for build
ing is cheap and paints were
never so good and low priced,
as they have been since Hen
dry's Ready Mixed were put
on this market. We keep
nearly everything in the hard
ware line used for building
and our prices are known to
be the lowest.
The locked fence is growing
more popular every day and
nothing pleases us better than
to hear from a man who is
wedded to the old style method
of fence building. With a
small piece of paper and a
lead pencil we will convince the
most skeptical in a very few
minutes that the locked fence
is not only the strongest but
the most economical in use.
We are inclined to point out
the road to wealth and have
succeeded in directing a good
many people to it by convinc
ing them of the superiority of
some of our specialties.
The arrival of steamers from
China causes a demand for
bird cages and occasionally
some one comes along with a
desire for a parrot house. We
claim that our stock of cages
is the best in town, and the
cheapest. The parrot cages
are of various sizes, each hav
ing the wire floor so that when
you clean the cage Miss Polly
will have to remain indoors,
There's no reason why some
thing of this sort would not
! uu K)i for ., Christmas eift
, UL b"uu ,or rt "rihim.lb gill,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opjiuvlte H)re-olit lb' lllo-jk,
907 POKT S'J'UBlflT.
AnhoUBor-Busch Browing Co.
"Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. Louis, Oct. 28, I8!)3.
Mfk-ks. Mvcfaklank & Co., IV n.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Dear Sirs' Wo have mulled you a copy
ul thu Globe'Detiiocrat uiuioimclng tho great
victory won ny mo ANitEt'stm-isuscii ASSO'
ciAilo.v with their
EAGLE" Urund ol
ANHKITSKH-HUSOH SKEWING ASSO-
fiecici Kctpntch to Ghlc-Democrat.)
Woiuii'm Fou, Clltovao, I1.1,., Oct. 'JO. -
No award has ever been made so gratifying
to 8t. Louis lieonle and so ttmtlv meriti
u the one afvon to-ilav bv the Columbian
jury of tho world'- Fair, eon-d-jtltii; of con
noiseur and vhi-mists of the highest rank,
to the Anhouer-lluch Jltt-wini Associa
tion. Ity uio'hods of unrivalled ImMnrst
enterprise, and by Itsln the best material
produced in America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or surro-
K.-tte-. tnu ituierent Kituls ol tno Atilieusur-Uit-eh
beer huvo become, tho favorites with
the American peoi-Ie, and linvo now con
tiuetcd the highest award in every particu
lar, which had to be considered by the
Columbian jury. The hitf.li character of
the award Kivun to-day by tlio jurors will
be better understood when it is known that
the dillerent beers exhibited by the An
lieu-er-Uttseli Hrevvini; Association had to
compete with hundreds of the most excel
lent displays of other brewers. The fact
that no other concern has received ho
many jioints for the. various essential qual
ities ot pood boor confirms anew the Arm's
repul tlon as the leader of all American
beers, ami Mr. Adolphtts IHlM'li can feel
fjroud over this result so justly merited.
BfST The above Is a Fac-slmllle of the
Label of the " EAGLE " Brand which took
ordering this Beer b sure to
ask for tho
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
8&"-tf AqeHts fur Ilauaiitm ItlcuuU
Are ju-U in receipt of large importa
tions by thoir iinn burka "!' iul
Ieulu-ijr"uiid "J.C Pfluger,"
and ly it number of vea
eels from America.
Consisting of u lartte und complete
Vienna uud lion Gulden Furuituio,
Siiddlery uud Cuilcr.v,
Iron Bi'iUtoHd-j, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
Oileand Paints, Lubricating Grease,
Citustic Rodu, WrtEli Soda,
Filterriress Cloth, Twine,
Bigh, Market Batkuu,
Demijohnn, Etc , Etc.
Itoufiup. Slate, rmlui'tkri,
Bheet Z'uc, blicet tuitd,
Plain .mil (!oiiuiitod Iron,
R. R MmeriaL-,
Slut-I Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR Sc RICE
Golil'-u Gate, Diamond, Sperty', Mer
oliauts und Eldorado
F L O U R
iiio-t LiU-litt TcllilH at the
Ltuvctl Puces by
II. IZaohfold & do.
Oornar Port &
Toys of Every
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices !
I AM OFKKIUNU A VERY LAlttlE STOCK OK
For Ladles, (Jcutlumeii uud Uutldien at Low Pricea.
SPECIAL -At l.Vv a line line t l.adit s' Embroided Silk Huudkt-ichiefe.
BrE(3IAL--At.15c. Genu' Jupunu-n Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPEOIAL-At 12i,c 105 doen l-'unoy Bilk HandWehle-f.
W il v ,rKj , IfX:., Vii-i I'"' and llljc. Ladii s' Handkerchiefs are the best values
offered in the market (minimise assortment to select from).
Extra Value In Hosiery for Ladles, Gentlemen and Children 1
Fast Black Gent's Bilk Hose at $15 Dozen I
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will bo oll'ered at Lower IMces than ev.r before.
My $4 SuiU roducod to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.75. My $6, $0.00
uud $7.50 Suits (Kueo Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My SI Euee Hants reduced to 85c. My $2, $2.25 and $2.50
Kueo Pauts reduced to $1.50
lOo-y's "Waists at Ipo.
In White .ind fancy Percale with Hack ami Front Pleated and Lara
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette I
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By the ' Australia" due here next Saturday T will r ceive a Largo Su ek of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
New Novelties in Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHRIt LARGE INVOICE OK
Men's, Ladies' andChildren's Shoes I
fed" I IJST-VITE3 INSPECTION tott
3 . tU -Ei Jri JL i X CZ2 ZE3. ,
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, EL I.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
Do not forget that we have
a Choice Line of Suit
ahle Goods, conwist
ing in part of
The Finest Perfumes in All Sizes
FROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
Br-usli EtxicA Ooixito Sots,
ICocia.lcs, H3to., H3to.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
C5S3 Fort. Street,
LOVEJOY &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "FoBter Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOK TilE BALE OK
L Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
from "Uncle Sum" Wine CrlUirt, Nujj City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Sun June, Cat., U. S. A.
Dixlhmuml & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
- A nmrlcu't Finest Production, Rich und Mellow.
Spruunco, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
-Uniform and lU'liulile,
Scutt & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
-The Prince of Summer Ihink-t.
Dgr- Ihrto (iou.ts in- UunrunU-oJ
at Vr Itcubonuhlu 1'rluei,
1 at Vr
Mutual Tkliciionk U08-
Cologne Bottles !
Honolialu., HC. I.
Klm - ulati in t-voiy reafvot uinl ur utfurcJ (or
i'cwi Owuk Jbox 1B7