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THURSDAY, DEC. M, 1893.
An article in n Now York paper,
which is said to havo been rjeoived
with much favor by all partios in tho
United Status, advocates that tho
Queon bo offered a pension if sho
abdicate after restoration with a
viow to having tho annosatiou treaty
Owing to tho breakdown in tho
electric light station, the Bulletin
is somewhat handicapped. It is not
foasiblo to issuo supplements to re
lievo our crowded columns. When
wo got powor again wo shall on
deavor to make up somowhat for tho
present short measure, but in tho
moantimo havo to rely on quality
rather than quantity in holding tho
favor of our largo body of patrons.
An article that boars marks of tho
army surgeon's scalpel, in this morn
ing's Advertiser, concludes by say
ing that if Mr. Gresham replaces
tho monarchy over "us,"' "it is high
ly probable that it will bo douo
only over a very largo number of
tho dead bodies of patriot Amori
caus."' No need of that, doctor.
There is plenty of room for tho I.
G. ou tho avouuo to reach tho pali,
without being drivou over tho G. A.
H. plot iu tho cemetery.
THE MARSHAL I1T KEBUTTAL.
Tho statement of tho Marshal, iu
relation to Juon's conduct as a
police ollicor, provos that tho Mar
shal neglected his first duty to tho
public in not prosecuting Juen for
(he crhno for which tho Marshal
states Juen was ilis-inissed. The
story of tho disL'oery of tho dyna
mite, as related by Juen, is alto
gether too circumstantial to lie
termed a "cock and bull" story.
Tho Marshal is not a judge or grand
jury to the extent of sayhig who
shall, and wjio shall not, bo prose
cuted for a crime. Marshal Hitch
cock appears to havo his hand very
much tied iu tho matter of allowing
offenders to escape prosecution, in
this and other cases which wo havo
lately instanced. Tho whole subject
proves that tho Marshal is liko his
govornment in having created a
Frankenstein in tho polico and
armed force, which they cannot
BIOUE FROM STEVENS.
Ho ls3uos :i
San Francisco papers of Novem
ber 30 contain extracts from ex-Min-istor
Stevens' answer to Commis
sioner J31ouut. Thoro is not much
iu it that its author has not said be
fore, llo charges Mr. Blount, whom
ho calls "the noophy to in diplomacy,"
with "having been caught iu tho
meshes and snares adroitly prepared
for him by tho cunning advisers of
tho fallen Liliuokalaiii and by a
shrewd, sharp, long-experiunced
British diplomatic agont, whoso aims
and hopes Blount has served so well,
and without tho least suspicion that
ho was aiding ultra British interests
even more than ho was holping Ha
waiian monarchists."' Mr. Stevens
assorts that tho troops wore only
landed to protect American lifo and
property, and to preserve order,
"and to no ono did 1 over bint," ho
says, "that I could or would recog
nize any but tho defacto Govern
ment, whothor monarchical or re
publican." Ho represents Spreckels,
Neumann and Blount as "rowincrtho
samo boat," and "closely linked in a
conspiracy to damage tho action of
Harrison's Administration and tho
Senate Committee of Foreign dela
tions on tho question of annexation."
Tho ox-Minister devotes considera
ble space to personal abuse of somo
of thoso who furnished affidavits to
Mr. Blount, being especially sevoro
on J. F. Colburn, A. P. Peterson, C.
L. Hopkins and Dr. Freeman (?). Ho
dismisses Chas. B. Wilson with a
foul iunuondo. Amongst tho stalo
stuff dished up by Mr. Stevens, is
tho hollow complaint about Mr.
Blount's having taken up his quar
ters at a public hotel (the samo place
by tho way where Minister Wilis
has boon over since his arrival), and
his refusal to accept a free house
disinterestedly (I) proffered him by
an annexationist lady. Tho detrac
tor should havo boon honest enough
to say that Mr. Blount also refused
to bo driven from tho landing iu tho
Queen's carriage, and declined tho
tender of a frco houso from a pro
BIG FUSS GOING ON.
Putting Govornment Hoadquartors
on a War Footing.
There was unusual activity around
tho Executive and Judiciary build
ings this morning shortly aftor tho
arrival of tho U. S. revenue cutter
Corwin from San Francisco. Prosi
dout Dolo was among the first to ar
rive at tho Uxouutivo building, not
haviug had any breakfast. Tho
guards at tho different entrances
wore doubled and a strict watch was
kept - for what no ono knows; pre
sumably tho powers that bo oxpoet
fd tlie landing of troops from tho
U. S, S. wnirilups iu port. A number
of now sand bags woro piled up out
tido the building,
President Dolo and tho Cabinet
held a secret conference which last
ed until shortly bofnm noon.
LIE UASTOLD CONGRESS.
President Cleveland States tlie
Action of tlie Executive,
Minister Willis Had Been Instructed to
Restore the Former Status.
Iu his message to Congross on
December 1, President C'lovolaud re
forrod to the Hawaiian question as
It is hardly necessary for ino to
stato that tho questions arising from
our relations with Hawaii havo caus
ed serious embarrassment. Just
prior to tho installation of tho prifs
ont administration tho existing Gov
ernment of Hawaii had boon sud
denly overthrown and a treaty of an
nexation had been negotiated bo
tweon tho Provisional Government
of Hawaii and the United States,
drawn mi and submitted to tho Sen
ate for ratification. This treaty 1
withdrew for examination and des
patched lion. James IT. Blount of
Georgia to Honolulu as a special
commissioner to mako an impartial
investigation of tho circumstances
attending tho change of govern
ment, and of all tho conditions bear
ing upon tho subject of tho treaty.
After a thorough and exhaustive ex
amination Mr. Blount submitted to
mo his report, showing beyond all
question that tho constitutional
Government of Hawaii had been
subverted, with tho active aid of our
representative to that Government,
and through tho intimidation caus
ed by the prosonco of an armed
naval force of the United Staloo,
which was lauded for that purpose
at tho instance of our Minister.
Upon the facts developed it seem
ed to mo tho only honorable course
for our Government to purstio was
to undo tho wrong that had boon
done by those representing us and
to restore as far as practicable tho
status existing at tho time of our
forcible intervention. In view of
accomplishing this result, within
tho constitutional limits of Execu
tive power, and recognizing all our
obligations and responsibilities grow
ing out of any changed condi
tions brought about by our un
justifiable interference, our pro
sont Minister has received appro
priate instructions to that end.
Thus far no information of tho
accomplishment of au3 definite re
sults; has been received from him.
Additional advices are soon expect
ed. Whou received they will bo
promptly sent to Congress, together
with all other information at hand,
accompanied by a special oxoeulh o
message fully detailing all tho facts
necessary to a completo understand
ing of tho ease, and presenting a
history of all tho material evout.s
leading up to tho present situation.
While our foreign relations havo
not at all limes during the past year
been entirely freo from perplexity,
no embarrassing situation remains
that will not yield to tho spirit, of
fairness and love of justice, which,
joined with consistent lirmnr-ss,
characterize a truo American foreign
ANGLICAN CHURCH SYNOD.
Opening Address of Bishop Willis
Business Cut Out.
Having joined in a communion
service yesterday morning, tho mem
bers of tho Anglican Church Synod
organized at -l p. m. for business,
Eight Rev. Bishop Willis presiding,
with Rev. V. H. Kitcat as clerical
secretary, and Mr. John Bush lay
Tho Synod mot again at 7:30, when
a small congregation assembled.
Bishop Willis introduced Very Rov.
Watkms Williams, dean of St.
Asaph's, London, England, whom ho
also invited to sit as a corresponding
member. Tho visitor is a through
passenger on tho stoamc Mariposa.
Bishop Willis, without any preli
minary, proceeded to read his ad
dress to tho Synod. Ho cordially
welcomed thoso who had taken
their seats for tho first timo. Men
tion was made of tho changes and
losses of clergy in tho diocoso siuco
tho previous Synod two years ago.
Owing to tho doprcssion caused by
tho McKinloy bill and tho political
oxcitomont of tho past year, it had
beou impossible to fill tho vacancies
at Kohala aud Lahaina. Tho Bishop
said that whoro there was not a
clergyman it was tho duly of Chris
tians to maintain public worship.
In this connection ho commondod
tho activity of Mr. Suoyd-Kynnors-loy
at Kohala, Mr. L. Asou at Maka
pala and Mr. Dickonson at Lahaina.
Tho business depression had not
seriously affected their educational
work. With tho aid of grants from
tho lato Legislature, considerable im
provements had boon made at Iolani
school and St. Andrew's priory. Tho
Chiiioso mission was only maintained
through aid from tho S. P. G. His
lordship thought that, iu viow of
tho largo amount of Chinoso labor
required in tho country's chiof in
dustries, more local support should
bo accorded to this branch of work.
Ho spoko of tho reference to tho
Archbishop of Canterbury of mat
ters in dispute botweon himself and
tho Socoud Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral. A lottor would
bo road from Canada, announcing
that tho church thoro had boon con
solidated under two Archbishops,
ono of whom had tho dignity of
Primale of Canada. The bishop re
ferred to the violent overthrow of
the constitutional govorninont under
which this little country had long
enjoyed peace and prosperity. Had
thu United Stales accepted tho offer
uf the islands without investigation
that Synod could not havo met with
out an entire reorganization of tho
church here. Now thoy woroablo
to meet in the hopo that tho inde
pendence of this country would bo
Bishop Willis referred to a reso
lution passed by last Synod rocom
monding to tho Queon and Legisla
ture tho adoption of modern scienti
fic methods in tho treatment of
loprosy, and ho spoko of tho en
couraging reports from tho Lopor
Soltlomont regarding tho system
employed by Dr. Goto. Ho com
bated a position assumod by somo
that thoro woro ho parishes in thoso
islands liko thoso of England. If
thoro woro no parishes thoro was
no Synod having a right to sit horo.
Although thoro woro no parish
boadlos in tho United States, yet tho
dioceses thoro woro divided into
parishes. "Tho basis of our consti
tution," ho concluded, "is tho paro
Tho bishop quoted tho declaration
mado by tho clorgy at ordination,
and contondod at lougth that clorgy
mon woro wrong whou thoy took
part iu public religious sorvicos out
sido of tho forms provided for tho
Church of England, such as burial
services of tho masonic or other
orders, memorial colobrations, etc.
Ho spoko especially of sociotios hav
ing a thoistic basis without acknow
ledging tho Trinity. Tho bishop
could not givo authority to a clergy
man to olnciato at such sorvicos, nor
to participate in praiso services of
tho Y. M. C. A. Such practices tond
cd to encourage a fooling that tho
Anglican Church was not sufficient
to supply tho spiritual neods of its
nioniborship. llo believed that there
was a future for tho Anglican
Church in Hawaii, but ono of tho
first essentials was that it should bo
united iu tho bonds of faith and
charity, aud to that ond might tho
deliberations of that Synod bo di
rected. Mr. Kitcat road tho Canadian let
ter referred to by tho Bishop.
Mr. Henry Smith, treasurer, pre
sented his report, showing $1093.03
on each side, tho balance in hand
Otiier reports woro presented and
several notices of motions given.
With tho Bishop tho members of
Synod presont at this sitting were
Revs. V. H. Kitcat, Alex. Mackin
tosh, and S. H. Davis, and Mossis. S.
Meheula, Ed. Stiles, W. H. Wright,
H. W. Mist, G. S. Harris, H. M. von
Holt, S. Nowlein, John Bush, Sco
Young and Henry Smith.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Englisli, Irisli & Scotcli Concert!
Tin1 press and public are iiniiniuioui
in their verdict that
Aie the Greatest YooalKU who have
ever appeared in Honolulu.
Thursday Evening's Program will Include
" Twas Within a JUlo Eilinhoro Toon."
"The I ast l!oe uf Summer."
"Shu Wore a Wreath of l!o-,e.-."
"I Du-am'tl Dn-clt in Maiblo Hall-."
"The Harp that Once."
".My Dearest Hea-l."
"In U lipid's Court."
'Sainti'd Mother," (Marilain)
"llltunciitlial'd Venetian Uoal H.iiik"
AND OTIinil (.T.Mh.
V&- Ht I'lun lor
day now open.
Thuraihiv and Ssitur
. S. SA.CH.SJ
Guessing Contest I
How Many Beans are in the Jar?
SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS.
Wu hava'exhibitcd in our Window u Glass
Jar Idled with Jtean; the nenre-t
KiiCbuer will reeeivo an a
New Ycar'H Gifts,
Silver Tea Set
IFo-Lir Pieces !
Now on exhibition iu our uludou.
U&- All Gnoisini? Ilhuikn must hu cent
in by THUUSIJAY, Dee. lioth, before fi i-. n.
1tfe Tho name of the nearest gueascr
will bo announced in tho dally papers on
Saturday, Dec. 30th.
Purchasers at N.
Dlniiks will bo given to
8. SaeliV, Kort street.
A Good Business on Fort Street
CSf Inquire of
Oil) Fort street.
rpiIK J-'OUJl KOO.MB ON
A. thu ground lloor of
thu Masonic Temple: these
Itooius are Miltali u fur
Stores or Olllces. Kor particulars apply
W. I'. ALI.KM.
Chairman of Trustees over Dishop A.
Cu.'h Ilaiilc. fc!)l-lm
MtTV DKSUIKS TO
Jill v or to U barter a sr
Steamer or Schoonur. u&Mi
Kor particulars, i.iill
Ollk'c of this paper,
at thu ?ai
Eawaiian Haraware Co.. L'Q
Saturday, Dec. 9, 1S9S.
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 ol
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
ds on the other islands can
safely depend upon getting
just what they order. Wc
could not send a poor quality
of gcods 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 irom wnicn
one may select articles for use
by people in any walk of life,
from the lady who wants an
''xquisitely wrought jewel case
to the manager of the planta
tion who requires the imple
ments a Hendry Breaker for
Instance, for tilling the soil.
We have recently added to
;;ur stock an assortment oi
fanoy 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. Otner material lor 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
be good for a Christmas gift.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ii'd
Oppobllo Sprcokvlt)' illook,
.'07 FOKT STRIMBT.
Anhousor-Eusch Browing Co.
Wins tho Prize at the
World's Fair with thoir
lEAGLE,, Brand Boer.
f r. I.ons, Oct. 'J3, 1893.
M--sns. Maitabmnis ,fc Co., L'd.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Denr .S't.i: Wo hnvo mailed you a copy
of the Olobe-Jhmncriit announcing tho great
victory won by the ANiinusKu-Uuscii Ahso
iIatiox with tin I r "HACIIiK" Brand of
f Signed I
ANHhUSniMJUSCH 11UEWIXO ASSO
CIATION. (t'pccial !ettnlch to Globc-Ihmocrul.)
World's I-'aik, Chiv.mio, III., Oct. 2(1.
No award has over boon mado so grntifying
to St. Louis pooplo niul so justlv merited
as tho ono given to-dav bv tho Columbian
jury of tlie Woild's Vair, consisting of con
noisseurs and ehemislf of the highest rank,
10 mo inneuvcr-iiiisen iirowing Associa
tion. Jly mctlioil-j of unrivnlleil businesT.
enterprise, and by using tho best material
produced in America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or surro
gates, the different kinds of tho Anhensor
lliucli beer havo becomo tho favorites with
tho American peorlo, and havo now 0011
quuicd tlid highest award in every particu
lar, which had to bo considered by tho
Columbian jury. Tho high character of
tho award given to-daj by tho jurors will
bo better understood wln'ii It is known that
tho different beers exhibited by thu An
heusor-lJusch Drowinr Association had to
compete with hundreds of tho most excel
lent displays of otl.cr brewers. Tho fact
that 110 other concern has received so
many points for tho various essential qual
ities of good beer con firms anew the firm's
reputation as tho leader of all American
beers, and Jlr. Adolpbus llnsch can feel
proud over this result so justly merited.
$S"" The above Is a Fac-slmllie of the
Label of llio ." EAGLE " Brand which look
S2s In ordeiing this I5eer lis sure to
ask for the "EAGLE" Urand.
Macfarlane & Go., L'd,
Ai;cnls ff ITauniiaii Islands
Aic just In
rocoipt of lurRP iniporta
tliuir iron barks "Pnul
:i nil by n number of ves-
i-uls from America.
Coii'-i.'-ting of u large anil complete
Vienna ami Jron G.iidon Furniture,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc
Beclisteiii & Seller Pianos
American & European
Oils ami Paints, Lubricating Giease,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soda,
Pilterpress Cloth, Twine,
Bags, Market Ihibkets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Rooting Slates, Kiroluieks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain niul Corrugated Iron,
R. R. Materials,
Steel Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & EIOE
Golden Gate, Diamond, SpcriyV, Mor
chaiitH anil EUloiailo
On thu niott Liberal Tuiiiih tit thu
Lowcbt Prices by
H Mackfcld & Go.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornor ITort 8c Etotol Streets.
fays of Every Beseription S
Holiday fi Xiae fiools !
BC9T flftBTyEMT M flfti 8 I
1 Will Lead the laiM in Low Prices !
1 AM OKPI3KING A VERY hMlOV, STOCK OF
Kor Ladies, Gontlomon and Children at Low Prices.
SPECIAL At 15c.-a lino lino of Ladies' Emhroidcd Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPEOIAL-At 35c Gents' Japanfcso Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPECIAL-At 12Kc 105 dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs.
,v WP-MyOc., 10c., 12Hc, 15 and 10J.e. Ladies' Handkerchiefs aro the best values
offered in the market (immenso assortment to select from). .
Extra Value ia Hosiery for
Great Out In Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's aM Children's Suits
Vill be offered at Lower Prices than over before.
My $4 Suits reduced to $3. .My $0 Suits reducod to $3.75. My $0, $6.50
and $7.50 Suits (Kuce Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Sood Values are Offered!
My 81 Knee Pants reduced to G5c. My 52, $2.25 and S2.50
Knoo Pants rsdnccd to 31.50
oy?s, "Waists at So.
In While and Kancy
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Fianellette !
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By tho "Australia" duo here next Saturday I will r.-eeive a Lnrgo Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
Hew Hoyeltles in Laces, Ribbons and Otter Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LAKGE INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
5 . JJ JaZ JbrL Xji X O? jE3Z ,
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts., - - - - Honolnln, H. I.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
" ' iiiir
that wc havo
Choice Line of Suit
able Goods, consist
ing in part of
The Finest Perfues m Ml Sizes
FROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
and. OonaTo Sets,
Kodaks, B3tc, Etc.
HOLLISTER & CO
5S3 Port Street, -
XjO"VE3JO"5T &, CO,
No. 10 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THE BALK OV
D. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Ctllars, Napa City,
Frotlericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cat., U. S, A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, Jtich and Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jleliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer J)rlnks,
, "" These (JooiIh are UuurnnliTil Kliut
B.nlo ut Very Kuauonublu Prices.
Mutual Tei.ei-ho.s-u 03
Gentlomen and Children 1
Black Gent's Silk Hose at $15 Dozen 1
ere.ilo Yiith.Hnck and Wont Pleated and Lar;
- - Honoltilu, H. I.
- ulusu luuvory rentn-ul ami lira allured (or
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