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WEDNESDAY, DEO. 13, 1893.
Moaslos have about run their
courso in Samoa. At Tutuila tho'
havo boon succeeded by a fearful
epidemic of diarrluva and dysoutory,
not a day passing without ouo or
more deaths occurring on the island.
Auother pioco of stupid calumny
appoar3 in this morning's Advertiser.
That wondrously wise oraclo insinu
ates that Mr. Blount has suppressed
important oviclonco obtained hero.
Now tho latest intolligonco indicates
that auother volumo of Mr. Blount's
papers had just bcon issued, and
there is no hint that it is to bo tho
last. Theroforo it is cither tho
dopth of stupidity or of malico, or
of both combined, for anybody to
tuako such an insinuation as that of
Some writer in tho Advortisor ma
liciously attributes tho attempt of
tho Queen to promulgate a now con
stitution to tho alleged heathenish
nature of Hor Majesty. Then it
must havo boon equally heathenish
on tho part of tho revolutionists of
1887 to chango tho fundamental law
by promulgation. Tho act was done
then, nominally, by authority "of
tho people." In 181W it was only
attempted on the actual authority
of tho peoplo who aro tho people in
deed, and who under tho pro
posed change, whether to an iu
. dopoudeut republic or a State
of tho American Union, would
still bo the peoplo in control
excepting under arrangomouts that
would bo a digraco to the name
American. Thoso who deuounco tho
Queen as heathenish to-day aro only
making themselves out to havo been
liars last year, for then they paid
her court and sought her patronage
as a pillar of Christian civilization
as she truly was in religious, benevo
lent and educational activities.
Annoxation Club Resignation.
Will you give mo a space in your
worthy "journal, to publish my re
signation from tho Annexation Club,
and oblige me. li. N. Boyd.
Honolulu, Dec. 11, 1SI).'3.
Honolulu, Dec. 11, 1S93.
B. McStockeis, Esq., Chairman
Annexation Club Committee.
JJear Sin I would respectfullj
notify you of my desire to resign as
a member of tho Annoxation Club.
It appears to bo incumbent upon all
members of your organization that
each should carry tho musket, in tho
event of certain eventualities. I
must inform you that my opinions
havo undergone radical change of
late, and I cannot consistently re
main a member of the club; 1 would
therefore rely upon j-our 'accepting
my resignation forthwith.
1 remain, dear sir, -
R. N. Bovn.
Bark Harvester is expected every
da j' now from San Francisco.
First arrival on wheels from Kau.
Mr. Monsarrat and Mr. Sterling
arrived at Hilo on tho 7th in a brake
with two horses. Came in S:!30 from
Kapapala Ranch and 1:15 from Vol
cauo House. Dr. McCarty made
the time from Volcano a short timo
since in li:'M with brake and two
ponies (nativo). which is lively mov
ing. Bamboo has been sent by tho Ki
nau in largo quantity to Honolulu
to bo forwarded to San Francisco
for tho Midwinter Fair.
Tho orator sank last week about
thirty feet, but has come up again
as lively as ever.
Rov. E. P. Baker is haing talks
with his people each Sundayon his
visit to tho Ministers' Cougress at
Chicago, which aro intensely inter
esting. Ho has also spoken of his
interview with Secrotary Grosham,
showing tho Secrotary tho true posi
tion of things in thoso islands, which
ho does not seem to havo reported
to President Cleveland.
At tho Japanese church on tho
t)th inst. there was a gathering of
tho Japanese to bid adieu to tho
pastor, Rov. Jiro Okabo, as ho loaves
for Honolulu to bo tho general direc
tor of tho missionary work among
his countrymen. In a short timo
quite a number of missionaries aro
to arrive to labor on tho various
plantations on thoso islands. At this
mooting thoro were many compli
mentary addresses to Mr. Okabo.
Ho has labored at Hilo five years,
and tho work has progressed under
his administration. The church,
situated on Main street, is a homo
for that people. Thoy have services
and Sunday school each Sunday. So
that there is much dono to educate
tho Japanese, aud they are improv
ing. J. A. M.
Hilo, Dec. 11, 1893.
Tho Hawaiian Electric Co.
Tho manager of tho above named
company gives information that,
owing to a serious breakdown iu tho
machinery of tho old plant which
has been supplying tho town with
electricity for tho past fow years, it
will bo impossible to hupply thoir
customers with any moro electricity
until tho now plant is complotod,
which will be about tho iirst of tho
year. A full forco of mechanics is
now omnloyed oa tho uow plant and
the work is being pushed oh rapidly
a.s possible. When completed it
will be a credit to tho town, and
any breakdown will bo practically
impossible, as the power is supplied
by three large engines, any one of
which roprcfaonts a much greater
capacity than the whole of the con
cern which has just given out.
Another United Statos Official Com
mits Annoxation His Own Way.
At tho rate United Stales rouro
sontatives aro anuosing tho bollos
of Hawaii's capital, it is only n ques
tion of timo whon tho dotiny of tho
country will bo iixed, as tho fato of
kingdoms and principalities went iu
tho olden times, by matrimonial
alliances. Only last week a gallant
commander in tho United States
Navy departed honco with n bloom
ing brido woood and won iu this hor
nativo city. Yesterday evening tho
Vice and Deputy Consul-Qoneral of
tho same great nation, Mr. Wilson
Portor Boyd, took as his life com
panion Miss Carmon Evorott- Vida,
another young aud fair daughter of
Honolulu, n momber of ono of its
In rospouso to invitations issued
by Mrs. Kate L. Vida, mothor of tho
brido, a largo assomblago of guosts
gathored at Coutral Union Church
to view tho solemn rite. Many peo
plo besides Hocked into tho edifice
out of curiosity, so that it was
crowded to its full capacity. Boauti
ful docorations of vines aud ilowors,
with festoons and bows of silken
ribbon, wore placed along tho choir
loft railing aud upon tho platform
and reading desk. This work had
been dono by fair hands under tho
direction ol Airs. J. U. Uartor.
Owing to a breakdown at tho oloc
trio light station, the interior was
but dimly lighted. Otherwise the
arraugeniouts were perfect. Messrs.
Walter Dillingham, Clarence Mac
farlano and Carl Widomann, with
tho assistance of tho groomsmen,
woro tho ushers and tactfully did
their pleasant duty.
Shortly before eight o'clock the
bridegroom ontorcd with Mr. Ellis
Mills, U. S. Consul-Gonoral, as best
man and took his waiting position
at tho front. Dr. 1. W. Anderson,
who was orgauist for tho occasion,
now played an improvisation as a
preliminary. Promptly at tho ap
poiutod hour tho bridal party ontor
cd by tho loft aisle, pioucored by Mr.
J. W. Preston, Dr. Cooper and J. O.
Carter, Jr., tho groomsmen. Misses
Kitty Vida, Widdiliold aud Corn-
well, UndesmauH, anil .Miss Villa,
maid of honor, followed, aud then
came the bride, conducted on the
arm of her unci-1, Mr. Wm. II. Corn-
well. The procoMoii moved slowly .
to the fiont, while Lohengrin's wed"- ,
ding inarch was ably .sounded from '
tho organ. I
Rov. Dr. E. G. Beckwith mmViii- i
nk'.ed the contract in impressive I
tones and liu-auied wents, accord- I
ing to tho ritual of the American
Ep scopal Church, and the responses
of both groom and brido were clear
ly uttered, so that tho ceremony was
very effective to tho congregation.
Mr. Cornwall gave tho brido away.
As tho newly-wedded couplo retired
up tho right aisle, tho orgauist
saluted tho procession with Men
delssohn's wedding march. The
party took tho carriages in waiting
at tho front, and was driven to the
stately residonco of Mrs. II. Corn
well, grandmother of tho bride, in
Judd streot, whore a reception was
held from 8 to 11 o'clock.
Tho brido looked exceeding pretty.
She woro a white satin gown with
whito appliquo trimming, surmount
ed with tho usual veil and orange
blossoms. Tho maid of honor and
bridesmaids woro dressed in white
muslin do soif, tho first-mentioned
having yellow aud tho others whito
satin trimmings. They carried bou
quets of maidonhair ferns.
There was a largo and representa
tive throng at tho wedding recep
tion. Chief Justice Judd, Justice
Ei ear and wifo, Judgo Coopor, U. S.
Minister Willis aud wifo, Admiral
Irwin, Captain Barker, Lieutenants
Adams and Logan, with other olli
cers of tho U. S. S. Philadelphia;
Captain Xolson and ollicors ot tho
U. S. S. Adams; Senhor A. do Souza
Canawino, Portuguese Chartro d'Af-
f aires; Mr. Fujii, Japanese Consul
General; Mr. R. W. Irwin, Hawaiian
Charge d' Affaires in Japan; Rov. Dr.
Hyde aud wifo, Rov. Dr. Beckwith,
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh and wife,
Rev. E. W. Damon aud wife, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Parker and tho Misses
Paiker, Mrs. Robert Lowoia, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles L. Carter, Mr.
Georgo Macfarlane, Mr. E. C. Mac
farlano, Mr. aud Mrs. Fred. Macfar
lane, Dr. and Mrs. McGrow and Miss
McGrow, Mrs. Van Vliot, Mr. M. P.
Robinson, Mrs. H. F. Glado and tho
Misses Glade, Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Carter aud Miss Carter, Dr. and
Mrs. R. W. Anderson, Mr. J. B.
Athortou, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ton
noy, Mr. A. Young, Mr. and Mrs. H.
von Holt thoso aro a fow of tho
An enchanting night scene was
presented on tho approach to tho
house. Hundreds of colored lan
terns woro distributed amongst tho
profuso shrubbery, while tho two
stories of tho mansion woro bril
liantly illuminated. Tho porch was
draped with American and Hawai
ian Hags, as was also tho front
voranda. Within, tho hall aud stair
way aud all tho rooms had boon
transformed into fnirj' bowors, tho
display of Ilowors and forns being
truly magnificent. Tho bridal ro
coption room was decorated entirely
in whito aud green. Its bay window
was made a lovely alcovo with a
canopy of whito tarlotan decorated
with smilax, maidenhair aud maile,
aud having a pendant horseshoe
dono iu white rosos. Boucath this
structuro tho couplo received con
gratulations. A pot of whito lilies
at ouo sido of tho room was in de
lightful harmony with tho other
adornments. Tho adjoining room
was sot off in green and pink exclu
sively. Mrs. J. W. Robertson, as
sisted by tho Misses Parkor, aro to
bo credited with tho artistic decora
tion of tho bridal room.
Many of tho Indies' dresses woro
of great beauty, but bpaco ouly per
milH mention of a fow.
Mrs. Comwell woro a black volvot
gown, trimmed with point lace.
Mrs. Vida, black silk with point
Mrs. Widdi field, whito brocade
with pink trimmings.
Mrs. W. U. Irwin, blue aud hullo
tropo sill;, with Brussels point laco,
aud oruamonts of diamonds and
Mrs. Willis, black silk with whito
Mrs. Adams (wifo of Lieut. A.),
black silk with laco and diamond
Mrs. Van Vliot, whito silk with
Whilo tho reception was in pro
gress tho Govormnont band played
solections in tho gardou. At 10
o'clock Prof. Borgor gavo tho baud
a rest, aud coming in to tho piano
played for au hour's dancing. All
tho evening li?ht refreshments woro
going in tho dining room, including
delicious lemonade and nu endless
variety of relishablo cako. Samples
of tho brido's cako when broken
woro iu most oagor domand. In a
room adjoining all frionds not avorso
to vinous cheer woro vivited by Mr.
Coruwoll to drink tho health of tho
happy couplo in 'bumpers of chatn
pagno. Shortly boforo 11 o'clock Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd departed for their honey
moon residonco at Waikiki, whoro
thoy will stay until thoy leavo for n
trip to tho United States next month.
Thoy loft undor showers of rico
amidst peals of morry laughtor.
Soon afterward tho guosts had all
takon leavo of thoir amiable and
vouorablo hostess and tho hospitable
Ask Your Friends
Who havo takon Hood's Saisaparilla
what thoy think of it, aud tho ro
plies will bo positive in its favor.
Simply what Hood's Sarsaparilla
doe.', that tells tho story of its me
rit. One has been cured of indiges
tion or dyspepsia, another finds it
indispensable for sick headacho or
biliousness, whilo othors report re
markable cures of scrofula, catarrh,
rheumatism, salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegotablo.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
FINE TAILOR'S GOODS
On THURSDAY, Dec J 4,
AT 10 U' !.')(.'-! .. M..
A.T 2--x- SA.Tj'SSK.OOV
I will M'll t I'ulilV Attctiuii ; line line :
New Tailor Goods!
Suit and Pants Patterns I
N. S. SACK
How Many Beans are in the Jar?
SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS.
Wo liuve xliiliiiil iii our Wimluw h ()l-i-s
.Jnr lillcil with lli-iin-.; the la-nrc-.t
Kiieswi- wi-1 receive; :i" ;i
New Year's (iifts,
Silver Tea Set
Four Pieces !
Now on exhibition in our window.
3.S&- All Oues'iing JSIunk:- inuit lio ;-ent
in ly THUKSIMY, Dee. litftli, before .1 1 m.
The name of the ne.iict uucisur
will ho announced in tho dullv papers on
Saturday, Dee. ,'iUtli.
ITS- GueishiL' Jilnnks will bo i-iven to
l'lirclMi-cr.-i at X. S. Sachs', Fort street.
WM. DA VIES,
KruGKit : and : Strvkdoue
ESTIMATES AND CONTUACTS ON
. ALL KINDS OK W0KK.
Orru-K: With Wright Drew.,
1J1AUL1 J. WJIITNKY IIAVJNCI
V.1 n-ftiineil management of tho l'alaco
leo Cream Parlors, has resumed the iiiniiu
fuctnro of Ohoieo French Cniuliei and Ico
('reams. JJo Is ready to supply the holi
day trade. Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
Doth Telephones IKKi-'Jw
A Good Business on Fort Street
rpHK J'OUIt H00.MBON
JL tho ground floor of
tho .MiimiiiIu Temple: those
ItoouiH are Suitable for
Stores or Olllcds. For particulars apply
V. V. ALLKN.
Chairman of Trusted over IIIhIkiii it
Al'AKTY DKHlUKb TO
lluy or to llharter u
Small Steamer or huhooner.
For particulars, call ut the
Olllcg of this paper. .
C9 JJut1 IML .
Hawaiian Hardware Co., Li
Saturday, Dec. 0, 1893.
The individuality of men
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,
from the lady who wants an
exquisitely wrought jewel case
to the manager of the planta
tion who requires the imple
ments a Hendry JJreaker lor
instance, for tilling the soil.
We have recently added to
our stock an assortment of
fancy goods for the holiday
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
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 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
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
be good for a Christmas gift.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bprcckels' Ulook,
U07 FORT STREET.
Anhousor-Busch Browing Co.
Wins the Prize at tho
World's Fair with their
'EAGLE" Brand Beer.
S l.'ir fl, Oct. 23, 1803.
Ml.sStl". M.UTAKI .1. .t I'll,, I,'l).,
Honolulu, II. I.
Dear Sir: W'c I -ivo mailed you n copy
of the lllohr-Dcnwritil announcing tho great
victory won bv t! i AMir.iisnii-Buscii Asso
ciation with tli. If "ILvaLr." Brand of
ANIIKUSKIt-UUh-H nnr.wiNG ASSO
OIATIOX. (Sjvcinl 't"t)iutch to GlobcVcmocral.)
Woiuii'.s Faih, Oiiic(io, 111., Oot. l!(l.
No nwnril has over been mado so gratifying
to St. Louis peoplo mid so justly merited
ns tho ono pfvon to-dnvbytho Oolumblnn
jury of tho World's Fair, consisting of con
iioissourrt and chemists of tho highest rank,
to tho Anhouser-Dii'--ch Drew-inn Associa
tion. Uy methods of unrivalled Imsinnss
enterprise, and by using tho best material
jiroduocd in America and Kuropc, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or surro
gates, tho difl'erpnt kinds of tho Anhcuscr
ltusch beer linvo bcoomo tho favorites with
tho American peorlo, and havo now con
quered tho highest award in ovcry particu
lar, which ljpd to bo considered by the
Columbian jury. The high character of
tho award given to-day by tho jurors will
bo better understood when it is known that
tho dld'erent bccr3 exhibited by tho An
lieuser-Dnsch Drowing Association had to
compete with hundreds of the most excel
lent displays of other brewers. Tho fact
that no other concern has received so
many points for tho various essential qual
ities of good beor confirms anew the firm's
reputation as tho leader of all American
beers, and Mr. Adolphus Dusch can feel
proud over this result so justly merited.
JSST- The above Is a Fac-slmille of the
Label or the " EAGLE " Brand which took
VEu- In ordering this Deer ba sure to
ask for tho "DAGLi:" Brand.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
Aiimls for Ifaieniian Islands
Aic jul in lecuipt of lmgc importa
tions bv thoir iron barks "P.uil
Itcnbbrg" and "J. C. Pfliigcr,"
and by 11 number of ves
sels from America.
Con.-isling of a large and complete
Vienna and Iron Garden Furnituic,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American &c European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Gicase,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soda,
Filtcrpress Cloth, Twine,
li.igs, Market Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Booling Slates, Fircbiicks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
li. It. Materials,
Stool Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RIOE
Golden Gate, Diamond, Sporry's, Mur
cliants and Eldorado
On tlit must Liberal Turin h at tho
Lowed l'rk'OH by
H. Hackfeld Co.
Corner ITort Se
O F1 '
f oys of Every Eteiiptik !
Holiday t Sims Goodsl
BEST JtSSiMENT OF DOLLS I
I Will Lead tlie Market in Low Prices !
I AM OlTFfiMNG A VERY LARGE STOOIC OF
EC .A. 3ST ID K E FL O EC I ELF S
For Ladles, Gontlomen ond Children at Low Prices.
SPECIAL At 15e.-a fino lino of Ladies' Embroided Bilk Handkerchiefs.
SPF.OIAL-At S5c:-Gcnts' Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPEOIAL-At 12c 103 dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs.
gS?" My 5c., 10c, 12J4c, 15 and lOJc. Ladies' Handkcrchiofs are tho best values
offered In the market (Immense assortment to select from).
Extra Value In Hosiery for Ladles, Gentlemon and Chlldron I
Fast Black Gont's Silk Hoso at $15 Dozen I
Great Gut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will be oiVored ot I.o.ver Prices than over before.
My $4 Suits reduced, to $3. My $6 Suits reduced to $3.75. My $6, $0.00
and 97.50 Suits (Knoo Pants) roduced to $5.
Iu Boy's Kaes Pants Kood Values are Offered!
My SI Knoo Pants rodncod to G5c. My $2, $2.25 and $2.50
Knoo Pants reduced to $1.50
Boy's "Waists a,t So.
In 'White and Ktmov J'eicalc with Hack and Front Pleated and L-irge
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette !
Fall Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
Uy tho "Australia" duo hero next Saturday I will receive a Largo Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
Now Novelties in Laces, Gibbons and Other Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LAUGH INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes! -
8 I inSTVITH! iaSTSDP-EOTIOIN" -38
Comer Fort and Hotol Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
Do not forget that we have
a Choice Line of Suil-
able Goods, consist- Cologne Bottles !
ing m part ot
The Finest Perfumes in All Sizes
FROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
Bru.sli and Oomto Sets,
Kodaks, Etc., Eto.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SS3 Fort Street, - - - Honolialu., EC. I.
X.aO"V"3B3JO"ir &. CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu. Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
EOlt THE BALK OK ,
V. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam"' Wine Cellars, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cal., U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, liich and Mellov,
Spruancc, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and JMiablc.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer J)rinks.
, Mr-TlioboUoodsaroUimrnnteiKl Kirst
salo nt Very Keaaoimblu Prices.
Mutual Tclwiione 1108
- cliiss In ovurv n-siivut ami nro oltoroil for
Post Office Bos 187
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