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Pledged lo neither Seel nor Parti,
But Established for the. Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, DEC. 12, 1893.
With loss than six inches of (jou
uino local uoV8 itsolf, tho Advortisor
has taken to crowing for tho Star.
It must crow.
Au increase of f)0,000 in the mem
bership of tho American order of
Odd Follows for tho past year is a
grand record. Tho order in Hono
lulu seems to share in tho gonoral
HOW FICTION GOES.
Capt. Charles Nolson is introduced
to tho readers of the San Francisco
Bulletin as a man "well acquainted
with Hawaiian affairs." How well
acquainted ho is may bo gathered by
residents of Honolulu from tho fol
lowing extract from an interview ho
accords that paper:
"Thero has been a good deal said
about tho Provisional Government
being backed up by Consul Stovons
and tho marines of tho cruiser Eos
ton. But when that mass meeting
was hold tho cruiser was out of tho
harbor and ilinistor Slovens ivns on
board of her."
Tho same untruth having, how
ovor, boon related as coining from
well-known residents of Honolulu,
whou interviewed in tho States, per
haps thero is some excuse for Capt.
Xelsoa's repetition of it. Tho facts
aro that Minister Stovons returned
from a brief trip to tho volcano by
tho U. S. S. Boston early in tho
morning of Jau. 11, and tho mass
mooting in question was held in tho
afternoon of Jan. 1G, while tho Bos
ton was in tho harbor and Minister
Stovons, boforo and after tho meet
ins, was eniwiUini: with tho QuenV
ouomh's at tho I nili'd Ktat"J Lev'- I
THE QUEEN'3 STATEMENT.
More of Commissioner Blount's j
report ha:- been published at Wash
ington. A statement of tho Queen
is given. She had received a lolt'r'
du December 17, 1S92. warning her
that Minister Stevens was at that
timo preparing for tho annexation
of the islands. This is not surpris
ing to well-informed people hero,
who know that Mr. Stovons begau
talking annexation from tho first
time ho opened his mouth on the
beach. The Queen charges Minister
of tho Interior Colburn with betray
ing her scheme of promulgating a
new constitution to Mr. Hartwoll,
and says sho told Peterson in tho
Palace on J auuary M that ho ought
to know what was in tho now con
stitution, as it had been in his hands
for a month. She tells how sho
quieted a commotion among tho na
tives in the yard, by asking them to
go homo peaceably and await a
moro favorable time for giving them
a new constitution.
Tho document, according to tho
Queen's statement, was based on tho
constitutions of Kainehamoha V.
and of 18S7. Chief Justice Judd,
when appealed to by tho Queen in
tho Palaeo that day, admitted that
tho existing constitution was "im
perfect aud full of defects." As it
lias always been understood that
the Supremo Court revised tho docu
ment boforo it was promulgated,
this admission is rathor an honest
confession. Tho Queen relates that
important fact of tho revolution, her
signing of a Cabinet declaration,
that no attempt would bo made to
change tho constitution excepting
in tho way provided by itself, such
declaration being published sovoral
hours before tho two mass meetings
which assembled hours boforo tho
troops woro landed from tho U. S,
It is probable that tho constitu
tional history of the preceding five
or six years will also appear in Mr.
Blount's report, which, with tho
simple aud direct statement of tho
Queen, will show that her scheme of
a now constitution was not the
peace of absolutism that it has been
represented. Thero aro facts as yet
not marshalled in this controversy
which would show that no ruler or
statesman has over been in a moro
harassed position, aud that not of
her own making, than tho position
from which Queen Liliuokalani tried
to obtain reliof by her action in tho
first two weoks of January. In tho
early futuro tho history loading up
to thoso ovouts may bo related, with
out waiting for its narration at tho
hand of Mr. Blount.
object of tho iutorforonco is to des
troy popular government and re
habilitate a monarchical one, repre
sented in a Queen who is a grossly
dissolute person, whoso administra
tion has boon uotoiiously corrupt,
who3o supporter aro a sugar mono
poly, a lottery ring, and a coolie
labor party, outoiced by political
corruptionists in comparison with
whom thoso of Now Jersey aro en
durable aud thoso of Now York
beneficent, and opposed to whom
are, with harilly an oxcoptiou, all
tho moral and most of tho commer
cial interests in tho Islands."
Tho idea that tho Provisional Gov
ernment is a popular ono, whilo its
organ admits that tho seat of gov
ornmont is au "armed camp" under
"siege," is laughablo; but tho apex
of ridicule is reached wlion it is
claiinod that tho Queou's party is
supported by "a sugar monopoly"
aud "a coolio labor party," when
thoso on tho ground know that tho
sugar iutorost and its peculiar sys
tem of labor is tho corner stono of
tho Provisional Government. X.
having their political obituary writ
ton in blank verso.
Hawaiian Harflwaro Co., L'i
Mobilization of tho Mob.
Envious critics havo attacked the
Maui man's poom in yesterday's
Advortisor, and havo dated it back
to tho timo of Tounyson. Now this
is unjust, as Tennyson died boforo
tho P. G. budded. I supposo these
carping censors aro influenced in tho
view that tho Advertiser can pro
duco nothing fresh by a perusal of
tho thrilling local on tho billy goat
who passed in his checks about a
quarter of a contury since. To show
that tho Maui bard has borrowed
nothing from Tonuyson and stauds
a loan (joke), I subjoin tho original
Ye who are men without coin in jour
Who hnve guzzled and Mowed awny hecr
by the bucket,
And have frequently lijntved in criminal
Form! llyc-full men! l'orm!
Ye who can Ret no moie cicdit and Inft,
Who accordingly loaf and exist in di-nu-t,
bwcar to et even or valiantly hum
l-'iirm! Uillemen! Vorm!
Ye who are strangers to labor anil : eat,
And aio valued far less than the grub thai
Now is tho chance o a Ui'eUnu', vcvi lift -riirm!
Killciiicu! l' nil!
Tho Proaont Stagnation.
A lady who was about to bo mar
ried entered a printing office- and or
dered a numbor of invitations to bo
nrintod. Tho proprietor, a jovial
sort of man, thinking ho ought to
say somothing, remarked: "It seems
to mo that any ono who marrios in
thoso hard limes has cousidorablo
courage"' "Well," repliod tho lady,
"wo aro all out of work and wo'vo
got to do somothing, you know."
Catarrh in tho Head
Is undoubtedly a diseaso of tho
blood, and as such only a roliablo
blood purifier can offoct a porfect
aud permanent cure. Hood's Sar
saparilla is tho host blood puriGor,
and it has eurod many very sovoro
cases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times loads to consumption. Tako
Hood's Sarsaparilla boforo it is loo
Hood's Pills do not puree, pain or
gripo, but act prompt!', easily and
Meager reports havo reached tho
City of Mexico of tho unconditional
surrender of tho Xori baud of revo
lutionists in tho Stato of Guerrero
to Gonoral Bravo. Tho event seoms
to point to au end of tho turbulent
times which havo ruled on tho
southwest coast for many weeks.
. - o
Tho tenants of Belmont Farm,
Esquimnlt, havo beou notified to
leave, as 230 acres havo boon pur
chased in connection with tho Brit
ish Government's fortification im
By Jus. I?. Morgan.
V" who arc
" e American-
1 o.iu into column- to -ettle old 'core
Form! Jiillenien! 1-orm!
I'.iy no attention to Cleveland urScnnlc,
I'.e'n-.-urcd the Ameiican nation':- not in It,
Jtu linn in jour cau-e yoii'io dead -.l.-c lo
Form ! Jlillomen ! Form !
-iioulderto -boulder in valor and miglit,
1'ivtend to be eager for bloodshed aud
Hut be sure to corral all the lucre in -ight
Form! Itillemen! Form!
Yi'-i strike for the country when war
clouds aio rising,
7UH1U (l.uupuuui 11UJ11 ...it.,, ill ,:,-,.- jiu.ui- (Vll"t
Will chant of your valor in -train? -atiri-ing
Form! Uillemen! Form!
Our Groat Historians Abroad.
AUCTIOX SALE OF
FINE TAILOR'S GOODS
On THURSDAY. Dei'. "1-1.
AT It) O't LOCK A. M
.A.T 1x1.1? 3AIjSSROOV
I wiltxwll.it Fu'ilic Auction a li'ic bi.e of
New Tailor Goods!
Suit and Pants Patterns I
Bovorsinrr tho Truth.
This morning's Advortisor contains
ouo of tho "tricks of tho trado" that
makes an honest journalist blush for
shamo for his profession. Tho Now
York Outlook (lato Christian Union)
is quoted so far as tho editor of tho
Advortisor finds matter usoful. Tho
Outlook has so far beou quite fair in
its treatment of tho Hawaiian ques
tion, but makes a voiy bad break
when it says: " Tho
course of tho Administration pro-
tiodod by Socrotury Gresham will not
io made moro acceptable to tho peo
ple of (ho United States by tho
consideration of tho fact that tho
Tho Star is affording u.h horo much
amusomout bv reproducing tho
flashy headlines aud autobiographic
high-fallutin of the army of paid
annexation drummers who aro b
lying, and every species of decep
tion in their writing aud lecturing
in tho United States, sowing tho
good seed of annexation.
It would seem that the P. G. com
missioners are ready to omploy any
orator or scribbler who can claim
ability to villify tho native people
and paint tho oligarchy in rose
colors as tho "budding republic."
Tho columns of tho Now York Sun,
which is in this respect tho most
fertilo of tho long iilo of subsidised
journals, recently gave a lougthy
lucubration from a party signing
himself Austin, and stating that ho
was a former judge ol tho supreme
Court. Ho was probably a graduate
of Sing Sing for somo previous forgery.
Tho btar on tho Win mst. repro
duced another brilliant itom headed,
"The Hawaiians Can Fight," from
tho pen of "W. B. Olesou who has
boon at tho head of tho educational
department in Honolulu for many
years," which is news to us. Mr.
Ulesou, commonly known as tno
"political parson," came to tho isl
ands somo ten years ago as a tenth
rate gospel expounder aud got a job
at Ililo, whoro his patrons discovered
that bv nature and instinct ho was a
ward politician. Tho trustees of
Kamohamoha School gavo him tho
siuecuroship of head master in order
that ho might bo at hand to coach
thorn in politics and bo tho tutor
bohind tho .Reform boss. Vhou tho
Mechanics' Union was boing organ
ized in 1889-1)0 tho Iiovd. William was
a regular weekly visitor in company
with a few reform lawyers, all of
whom woro very kiud in offering to
show tho workmg men how to do it.
Tho horny-handed passed a resolu
tion, for the "political parson's"
bonofit, excluding school teachers,
parsons and lawyors from member
ship or taking part in debate. In
that campaign of 1890 for sovoral
months his school duties did not
troublo him much; for whilo tho
political light was on ho was spoakor
at every ward meeting and as a can
vassor ho had no equal. Ho proved
as great a "frost to his party as
Stellar Smith will bo, with tho re
sult that ho outlived his usefulness
and decided to emigrate when ho
was offered a salary by tho Pearl
Harbor boomors to blow tho annex
ation trumpet in Boston. This rov
orond expounder of falsehood knows
that in tho nffnir ho is advocating
there aro no "Hawaiians" to light.
1 am told that there is but ono in
tho P. G. army. 1 hope if by any
chance ho should bo killed in tho
war, that ho will no tuny omoaunou
and known as tho Hawaiian mum
my of tho P. G. If preserved all
ahvo let ua havo a look at him in a
No biographic sketch of tho Clau
diuo troupe of commissioners that f
havo yet seen in or out of tho Star'n
columns, has in my opinion done
justice to thoso great men, Tho
Falstnlf and Princo Hal of that
company aro ppecially desoiving of
How Many Beans are in the Jar?
SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS.
We have exhibited in our Window a (llat.s
Jar Tilled with lleans; tlieneai.'-t
imes-er will receive ay a
New Year' Gifts,
Silver Tea Set
FoijLr Pieces !
Now on exhibition in our window.
US- All GnetMng Jilnuki must bo dent
in by TllUKSDAY, Dee. atitli, before 5 v. m.
CQ, The uaiiio of the nearest guesscr
will bo announced in tho daily papers on
Saturday, Dec. IJOth.
tfli- Gue-slnK lilankb will bo Riven to
Purchasers at Is. K. Sachs', Fort .street.
"IlIAllLKS .1. WHITNUY HAVING
J assumed management of the Palace
lee Cream Parlors, has le.sumcd the manu
facture of Choice French Candies and lee
Creams. Ho is ready to Mipply the holi
dav trade. Arlington lilock, Hotel Street.
ISn'th Telephones. !K)3-!Jw
A Good Business on Fort Street
sy iiiiuirc or
.'ill) Fort street.
CEYLON JEWELRY AND LAOES.
rpiIK UXDWtSIGNKl) llKfIS TO IN
X form the imblie that he has opened a
store ut No. -Kitl Niuianu slicet, Inear U
Ahlo'.sJ for the salo of Ceylon Manufac
tured Jowelry and Hand-made f.ace. In
spection respectfully invited.
W. J. SADIUS,
Manufacturing Jeweler, -1-VJ Niuianu xt.
rpiIK FOUK HOOMHON
X the ground floor of
the .Musoule Temple: these
Uoomi are Mtittih'u for
Stores or (JUlcee.
For particulars utiply
W. F. Alil.BN.
Chairman of Trustees over lllshop it
Co.'s Haul;. hill-liu
VESSEL W ANTED.
Al'AHTY J)KUU:H TO
Huy or to Chnrtor u
Small Hiuumt-i' or Schooner.
For particulars, call ut the
Oulco of this paper.
Saturday, Dec. 0, 1SD3.
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
sonnier by the delicacy of
colors on canvas, Wagner by
his base-horn sonatas, and the
Hawaiian Hardware Co. by
their choice selection of goods
for the house.
If we purchased good things
to day and poor articles to
morrow people would say: "It
is characteristic of the Hawaii
an Hardware Co. to give a
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 from us. Our stock
is a combination from which
one may select articles for use
by people in any walk of life,
front the lady who wants an
exquisitely wrought jewel case
to i lie manager of the planta
tion who requires the imple-rru'i-.us
a Hendry Breaker for
inHuner, for tilling the soil.
We have recently add' d to
our .stock an assortment of
fan.:) goods lor the holiday1
season comprising, silver plat
ed ware, onyx 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
bavin p- hard times in the
United States and competition
has forced the manufacturers
lo 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 lor 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 i
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 out
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 ot cages
is the best in town, and the
cheapest. The parrot cages
are of various sizes, each hav
ing the wire door 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
be good for a Christmas gift.
AuhousGY-Busch Browing Co.
Wins tho Prize at tho
World's Fair with their
"EAG-LE" Brand Boer.
- . I.01 s, Oct. 23, 1893.
Mi:i.j. M.utaH' .si. A t-'o., f.'u.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Dear Sim Wt have mailed you a copy
of the Globr-Dcnw ml announcing tho great
victory won by t'm Astir.usKn-Buscii Asso
ciation with thili- "F.AGIjK" Brand of
Comox Iort 3a I-otal Stroota,
'HMJSKI!-Bt),-i it BREWING ASSO
(Special Kc.tjmtch to Ghlf'Demostal.)
Woni-n's FAin, Cult mo, I1.1,., Oct. 2(1.
No award has over boon made so gratifying
lo St. Louis peoplo and so justly merited
as tho ono given to-day by tho Columbian
jury of tho World's Fair, consisting of con
noisseurs and chemists of the highest rank,
to tho Anhouser-Busch Brewing Associa
tion. By methods of unrivalled business
enterprise, and by using the best material
lirodurcd in America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or surro
gates, the difl'eront kinds of tho Anheuser
ltiibch beer havo become tho favorites with
tho American pcorle, and havo now con
quered the highest award in every particu
lar, which had to bo considered by the
Columbian jury. The high character of
tho award given to-day by tho jurors will
he better understood when it is known that
tho dill'erent beers exhibited by tho An
licusor-Bnsch Brewing Association had to
compete with hundreds of tho most excel
lent displays of other brewers. Tho fact
that no other concern has received to
many points for the various essential qual
ities 01 goon ueer columns anew tno nrnrs
reputitlon as tho leader of till American
beerb, and Mr. Adolphus Busch can feel
proud over this result bo justly merited.
T m 0! Mew lessiiptioi S
JLJL v Aa viUI; b JL aaJUuLULK
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices!
I AM OFFEUING A VEltY BARGE STOCK OP
For Ladies. Gontleiuon and Children at Low Prices.
EF- My Ge
offered in the 1
At lfic. a Pino lino nf Ladies' Embroided Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPECIAL At 33o. Gents' Japaneso Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPECIAL At 12$c 105 dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs.
iro the best values
10c. r2k'e.. 15 and lOUc. Ladies' Handkerchiefs
uarket (immense assortment to select from).
Exira Value in Hosiery for Ladies, Gontloinen and Children I
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hose- at $15 Dozen 1
Breai Gut in Prices for 30 Bays Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
fSfST The above is a Fac-slmllie of Ibe
Label of tho " EAGLE " Brand which took
v&- In ordering this Beer bs sure to
a'k for the "KAOLIV Brand.
Macfarlane & Go., L'd,
&!)"-tf .Uicnls fur Hawaiian Islands
My $6, $0.50
Will be offered at Lower Prices than over before.
BIy 0'1 Suits reduced to $3. lily $5 Suits rcducsd. to $3.75.
and $7.50 Suits (Knso Pants) reduced to $5.
Iu Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My SI Kuoo Pants reduced to Q5c. Hy 52, 82.25 and S2.50
Kuco Pants reduced to ?!.D0
3Bo3r?s "W"adst3 at So.
In White ami Fancy Percale with Back and Front Pleated and Largo
Boy's Yaists at 25c. in Calico and Flaneliette !
Full Line o! India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By tho "Australia" due here next Saturday I will r.'coivo a Large Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
New Novelties in Laces, Ribbons, aud Oilier Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LAUGH IXVOIOK OP
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes !
Aio jtiat in receipt of large importa
tions by their iron barks "Paul
and by a number of ves
sels from Ameiica.
Consisting of a large and complete
Vienna and Iron Gnrden Furniture,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron I3cdsteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
American & European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Grease,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soda,
Filterpress Cloth, Twine,
Bags, Market Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Roofing Slates, Firebricks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain find Corrugated lion,
R, R. Materials,
Steel Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Golden Gate, Diamond, SperrV, Mcr
clmnlii and Eldorado
Corner Fort and Hotel Sis.,
Honolulu, H. I.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
not forget that we have
a Choice Line of (Suit
able Goods, consisting-
in part of
The Finest Peril!
PROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
Br-usla and. Oom.To Sets,
KZocia.35.s, Etc., IE3to.
HOLLISTEB & CO.,
5SS DEfort Stx-oot, - - - Honolulu., EC. I.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BprockoU' UlocL-,
1507 FORT STREET.
On the most Liberal Tenns at tho
Ijwent Pi ices by
Hackfeld & Go.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGKENTS
FOR THIi SALE OV
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Deer,
San Jose, Cal., U. S. A.
Dallcmand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, Pick and Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Peliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Prinks,'
, Wf-TlieBoOooilbaru(liiiiruiiU'i'(l I'ImMubs In wiy reiptct and
aio ut Very Reasonable Prices.
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