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search roR amis,
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Uencftt of All.
SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 1893.
Elsowhoro will bo found a brii
telegraphic report of tho placing of
a memorial to Jnmos Russoll Lowell
iu Westminster Abboy. It is an in
cidout of that "bettor understand
ing" between tho two nations which,
as his successor at tho Court of St.
James, Embassador Bayard, said on
this occasion, tho lamented Ameri
can mastor iu English literature had
been instrumental iu bringing about.
Governor Tillman of South Caro
lina is iu wratli because ho dooms
that tho Judiciary warps the laws
by over-construction iu tho intorest
of corporations. Thoro is no doubt
that tho courts if not judiciously
restricted by fundamental law, and
restrained by an iutelligeut public
opinion, are apt to transgress in be
ing hypercritical with regard to now
laws and finical in musty technicali
ties. Governor Tillman's griovanco
against his country's courts bccms
to be that they favor great corpoia
tioii", but ho is vexed besidos at the
Horco ordeal to which his liquor law
is subjected. Tho dispensary law is
an interesting experiment, which it
is to bo hoped will bo fully tried.
"MOST HONEST AND ABLE."
Bittor lamentations 1111 tho editor
ial columns of tho Advertiser, over
tho declared policy of President
Cloveland toward thoso islands. It
says, "Our troublo is that wo havo
for sevon weeks past beou lying un
der an imminent monaco of tho
overturn by him of the most honest
aud ablo government which wo havo
over enjoyed, and of boiug put back
under tho lawless power of au uu
principled queen, utterly unfitted to
govern these islands." This very
ablo govornmout has had threo
changes in tho personnel of tho ex
ecutive in eloven mouths, aud sev
eral more iu tho advisor' branch.
It has douo less in tho way of public
improvements for tho time it has
been iu powor than any govornmout
in ten years. In somo branches of
tho public service it has been tho
most ostravagaut the country has
over had. Thoro has beou more
profiting from government patron
age by members and friends of tho
govornmout and logislaturo than
has ever happened since tho consti
tutional principlo contrary thereto
has boon adopted. Moro failuros of
justice, moro condouiugs of crime,
havo never been known than under
this administration. It is a govern
ment that would bo wiped out on
an appeal to tho electorate under
the very restricted property fran
chise for tho election of Nobles un
der tho constitution that it has tram
plod undor foot whenever its pur
poses required. Whatever strength
it possesses is mostly hired by Uo
money of tho taxpayers who havo
not beou consulted as to its forma
tion or its continuation.
Beveml 1'oacoable Oitizons Diaturbod
at Dead of Night.
With a frantic effort to eieato ex
citement tho Advertiser rolalos how
several unoffending oitizons woro
molested bv tho nolico authorities
last night. "John l Colburn's houso
was searched at midnight for muni
tions of war, but nothing was fouud
to indicate that ho had any such on
his premises to bo used against tho
Govornuiont. Mr. Colburn has mado
a statomeut to tho Bcllktin in suo
stauco as follows:
"Last night my cousiu, Charles
Colburn, aud myself were at T. J.
King's houso playing whist. Whon
wo returned homo aftor 10 o'clock
thoro woro soveral men stauding on
tho street opposito tho house.
Charles asked if thoso woro spies
and 1 answered that thoy weroprob-'
"About, niiduirrhl Charles called
mo and told mo tho Doputy Marshal
wanted to seo mo at tho door. I
wont to tho door, whore Mr. Brown
staled his businoss aud I asked him
iusido. Ho took a paper out of his
pocket, paying it was tho search war
rant. My" arm was asloop from my
lying on "it, aud I askod him to wait
a moment. 1 was a littlo dazed
from being roused out of sleep, aud
lomi-lomiod my arm until it was all
"Thou I raid to Mr. Brown that I
wished to mako a statement of what
arni9 I had about tho houso bofore
ho began to search, llo agreed to
this. I told him thoro was a Win
chester rillo and a pistol belonging
to myself, of which I had made a
return to Col. Sopor whon orders to
all persons to do such woro issued
during martial law in January.
Then thoro was a parlor rillo bo
louniurr to mv son. Thoro woro
also a Sharpo rillo belonging to my
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within tho bounds of reason because
it is truoj it always appoals to tho
sober common sonso of thinking peo
plo bocauso it is true; aud it is al
ways fully substantiated by ondorso-
mems wiucu in tuu iiiniuuiiii wunu
would bo accepted without a mo
Hood's Bills euro liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jauudico, sick
Hawaiian Hariwaro Go., I,'ft
Hawaiian Opera House
DKOKMlUIlt 10, 1SP3.
Last Appearance of the
Tho crowded house was mistinteil In its
appIoii3o throughout tho Concert,
und mus'o lovers of Honolulu
will recall last night us
a lied Letter Day.
ON THIS OCCASION
. . . MISS ALBU . . .
'uood live" (Toati) and
le Mv Heart."
MISS HOSE ALBU
"II llacio" and "When tho Hea.t h
Young (Dudley Hack).
TJIE MISSES ALBU
Duel "Oh lllniembinuza," from the Opera
of Norma, and "Ye Hanks and HrapV
RETURN 01? NATIVE3.
Hawaiian and Samoan Dancers from
Tho American schoonor Vine, Capt.
Van Daulern, arrived off the harbor
last evening, 10 days from San Frau
cisco, bound for Samoa. She called
here for tho purpose of returning
three Hawaiians who wero left desti
tute at Chicago. It will bo remem
bered that bis Hawaiians, four girls
and two mon -Jounio Kalai, Aunio
Grube, Pauahi, Pinao, Nakai and
Kanuku loft hero several mouths
ago for tho World's Fair under on
fraKoment as hula dancers with
Messrs. Foster and Clias. Warren.
Shortly aftor arrival at tho Fair a
disputo arose between tho two man
agers, which resulted in a division of
tho combination, Foster taking threo
of tho womon and one man, and
only two, Kanuku and Nakai, remain
ing with Warren. Aftor passing
through somo -vicissitudes tho trio
woro taken iu hand by Mr. H. J.
Moors, tho manager of tho Samoan
group of dancers, and given employ
ment, ho (Moors) promising them
a Iroo passage homo. Tins promiso
Mr. Moors has fulfilled, greatly to
his credit, as undoubtedly appre
ciated by tho Hawaiians whom ho
so kindly treated. Wm. Olopau, one
of tho number who has returned,
speaks iu high praise of tho kind
treatment accorded them by Mr.
Moors at Chicago.
With regard to Foster and his
troupo, tho last hoard of llieiu was
that they woro joinod by another
contingent which loft horo later,
consisting of John Bright, John
Edwards, East Kahulu, Duko Kaha
uainoku and Bonnie Jones, aud had
gono to Now York. This combina
tion was offoctod on October ill, at
tho closo of tho Fair at Chicago.
Bosidos tho threo roturuod Hawai
ians, tho schooner carries twonty-
threo Samoan hula dancers, 18 men
aud 5 womon, on thoir way homo to
Samoa. Those Snmoans passed
through hero sevoral months ago
undor contract with Mr. Moors, who
chartered tho schoonor Vino for re
turning thorn to their country, llor
cargo consists of lumber and general
merchandise for Samoa.
Mr. Moors said lids morning that
aftor arriving at Samoa tlio vo.ihul
will proceed to tho Solomon Islands
for the purpose of obtniniugaiiothor I
lot ol purioriuoni lor tlio .uunvinior
Kair at Snn Francisco. Tho Vino
resumed her voyage this afternoon.
stepson Long and a Springfield rillo
belonging to -Mr. roioisou, wiucu
he used iu targot practico at Kaala
many mouths ago, and loft hero in
tho wagon on his way iuto town.
All tho ammunition I had consisted
of eleven cartridges for tho in
chostor riilo aud a box of
for tho nistol.
"When I had mado my statemout,
Doputy Marshal Brown, Capt. An
drews and Capt. Parker went all
through tho houso, tlio carriage
houso and tho yard. Thoy found
nothing other than what I had led
them to expect. Before thoy re
tired they hold a low conversation
with Capt. Klommo who had been
outside with othor policemen.
"While thoy wero talking Charles
asked mo if I thought it was tho
piueapplo casos I had received the
othor day which had caused the
suspicion. It struck mo at ouco that
such was tho caso and I wont out
and called Mr. Brown. I asked him
if it was not a report from tho spies
of certain boxes haviug been do
livored in my yard within the past
fow days which had beou tho occa
sion of tho soarch.
"Ho answered : ' Mr. Colburn,
since you havo boon so opon with
me, I will toll you frankly that it is
"Well, I told him that I had re
ceived four casos of pinoapplo
shoots, imported by W. G. Irwin &
Co. by the Mariposa. Ho would
probably liud threo of tho casos yet
unopened at Charles Long's placo
iu Mauoa. Tho othor caso was for
my -place at Ewa, whoro I am going
to" plant the pineapples."
This morning; in company with
Mr. C. W. Ashford, his attorney, Mr.
Colburn requested tho Marshal to
give him a receipt for tho weapons.
Ho was told that tho list of articles
seized was endorsed on tho search
warrant, which was equal in value
to a receipt.
Tho Marshal promised Mr. Col
burn, that, if everything proved to
bo as ho had staled and no more
discovorios of war materials woro
can he reserved
THE FOLLOWING VAKIKTIES
FOR S-A-I-iIEi !
Smooth Leaf Cayenne,
Queen & Sugar Loaf.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
fiflS-lw Cor. Fort and Queen street:-
IT MOLLDK HAVING .1VST AU
! rived from a tour alnoad, wanna
situation as Head Luna or Sugar JJoilcr.
Having been head luna for nix years, ho
hope to he able to givo satisfaction in
both positions. Addiess, earc of Huli.ktik
olliee. 008-Ot ftl-lt
CKOM TIIK PltE-
misos of Mr. A. liosa,
Punchbowl Street, two
ltar animolu n iitnro ntiil
a neidinir. A suitable - SS-.?
reward will be given on the return of said
animals to tho premises. 003-tf
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
havo this day bought out tho one
half interest of my partner Tung Kin, in
the firm of Yee Hop Co., and I will carry
on the business of said linn as heretofore
under said firm name at King street, Hono
lulu. KOKLUM alias AH LUM.
Dated Honolulu, Dee. 1(J, 18!.
Entertainment at Kawaiahao!
70U THE IJENEFITOF KAWAIAHAO
mado on his promises, tno cuns
would bo returned to him at 1:30 this
As tho arms had not boon return
ed at tho appointed time, Mr. Col
burn called on Marshal Hitchcock
in his oflico to find out tho reason
of the delay. Tho Marshal stated
to him that ho loft tho matter to the
Executivo Council to bo acted upon,
and would bo ablo to give him au
auswor by 12 o'clock uoou on Mon
day. Thoy woro to act upon it and if
possible establish a precedent tend
ing to tho taking away oj all arms
irom tno royalists.
Mr. Colburn says that of tho many
falso statements in tho Advertiser's
report tho ono that annoyed him
most was tho following: "Tho wo
mon who woro iu tho houso wore the
most disturbed, and, although they
did not try to interfere with tho
search, yet thoy woro most bitter in
thoir remarks to the officers."
Ho assorts that his wife mado no
comments whatever on tho search,
and tho only ono who said anything
was his littlo uirl, who, whon awak
ened so. that sho should not bo
startled out of sloop, told him sho
was not afraid of tho policomou.
Aftor tho soarch of Colburn's pro
mises tho police specials wont to tho
roMdonco of Mr. A. P. Peterson. As
thoy had no soarch warrant tho offi
cers reconnoitred on tlio outside.
Nothing suspicious was noticod.
Howovor. aftor a while a hack driven
by Nick Peterson, and belonging to
tho 2!)0 stand, was seen to einorgo
from tlio yard and turn toward
town. Spy Evans rushed up and
callod to tlio haokman to slop, but
tho latter did not notice tho order.
Another officer caught tho horse's
head and Evans peeped into tho
hack, when, as ho stated himself, ho
received a "bin"' undor tho jaw. Po-
torsou was prevailed uiion to drive to
tho station, aud both lie and his pas
senger, G.Cavauagh were taken to tho
Marshal's office, Thoy wore searched
but nothing more dangerous or re
volutionary than some coin and a
chow of tobacco wa.s found, Hoth
woro roloased immediately, not ovon
being taken iusido tho station yard
entrance. Nothing was said about
arresting tho men nirain, as stated iu
the morning mud-shngor.
Four inebriates woro sentenced to
pay linos of 2 each in the District
Court this morning. Threo of thuhu
woro arrested last night.
(Seminary the Pupils will repeat their
Tliankseivinc Entertainmentin tho Chanel
of the school TUESDAY EVENING,
December 10th, at 7:30 o'clock. The pub
lic aie cordially invited. Admission, 2je.
Tickets at Egan A: Gunn'.s, Watcrhouse's
No. 10 store, Benson, Smith & Co.'s and
Castle & Cooke's. 003-td
N. S. SACHS'
How Many Beans are in the Jar?
SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS.
We havo exhibited in onr Window a Gla's
.Tar lllled with Deans the nearest
guesser will receive as a
New Ycar'.s Gifts,
Silver Tea Set
Fo"u.r DPieces !
Now on exhibition in our window.
fb All Clueusing lilanks must ho hent
Iu by THUItSDAY, Dec. 28th, before 5 i m.
TOk The name of tho nearest guesser
will be announced in tho dally papers on
Saturday, Dec. 80th.
US- Guessing Wanks will bo given to
I'lirchasers at N. H. Sachs', Fort street.
DR. O. W. MOORE,
1100 Van Ness Ave., S. F., Cal.
Elegant Apartments for Patients.
LLKCTRiriTY IN MEHVbim MSKASUH.
KM- Dr. Moore odurn invalids all tho
comforts of home, with constant a nil caic
f ill treatment, lieferstull. It. Macfarlano,
Saturday, Dec. JG, 189S.
The consumer of electricity
for illuminating purposes finds
himself in a position corre
sponding with Moses when the
light was extinguished. We
have no authoritative informa
tion as to just where Moses
was, but the natural solution
to the problem seems to be
that he was in darkness. And
such is the predicament of the
users of the electric lights in
Honolulu. It's an ill wind that
is of no particular benefit to
some one; tne ureaii in tne
lighting plant was the -primary
cause of our selling forty-three
lamps to people who had
abandoned kerosene for more
modern methods of lighting
their houses. Another reason
for the trade in lamps coming
ti . us is that we had the goods
at prices suited to the times.
To store-keepers in need of
lamps we can offer some very
pretty two, three and four-light
Chandeliers at very low prices;
they are exquisitely wrought in I
brass with either glass or metal
Everyone reads the adver
tising pages of "Century" be
cause the matter is so well
prepared that it compares
favorably with that on the in
ner pages. The advertise
ments of the Standard Manu-
l"i- taring Co., with illustrations
ot their sinks, bathtubs ana
washstands appeal directly to
people who believe that clean
liness isnext to honesty when
acquired in an enamelled bath
tub. For the past year we
have been the agents for the
Standard Manufacturing Corn-
pi ny lor tne sale oi tneir iuos,
etc , ana as sucn we nave in
troduced some people to the
only tub in which they can
thoroughly enjoy a bath. On
the "S. N. Castle" we received
another invoice of these goods
having all the latest improve
ments. These will be ready
for inspection to-day, and we
win De pieaseu iu hwuw iiiwu 895tf
The Wonderful Wertheim
Sewing Machines which we
imported a month or two ago
jumped into favor so quickly
that we deemed it advisable to
order more and by the Mari
posa we received what will be
considered by judges the finest
sewing machines, both for ser
vice and ornament, ever im
ported to the country. lhe
"Wertheim Triplex" is a com
bination of three machines in
one, producing three distinct
stitches: the Lock, the Chain,
and the combined Lock and
Chain or Embroidery Stitch.
Every dressmaker appreciates
the advantages of the Chain
Stitch in elasticity and the ease
with which it can be ripped.
With this machine the process
of tacking can be rapidly per
formed without any hand sew
ing whatever. Besides being
the easiest running and best
all 'round machine for home
or tailors' use the tables of the
Wertheim are far handsoriier
than those of any other make.
The wood is selected accord
ing to the beauty and evenness
of the grain, whih the hand
some inlaid work commends
them to all lovers of the beau
titul. The handsome piano and
banquet lamps in our store
which have won your admira
tion as you passed by would
probably occupy a place in
your dwelling if you would but
ask the price. The Alameda
will bring us more of them
just in time to be selected for
Christmas presents, than which
nothing could be more appro
priate. We have some handsome
pieces of Cut Glass, Rookwood
Pottery and small bits in Sil
verware of about the right
value for Christmas gifts.
These are articles that will
never weary the eye; like the
landscape, there will always
be found something pleasant
to look upon.
Corner snort 8c Hotel Streets.
Anhousor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with thoir
"EAO-LE" Brand Boer.
Si. 1.01'ib, Oct. 28, 1893.
Mr-SSr.S. MAL'tMBIANfiife Co,, L'd.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Dear Sir: Wo havo mailed you n copy
of tlio Ghbe'Demntrat announcing the great
victory won by tho Akiieiirrr-Uvrcii Asso
ciation with their "I3AGLK" Brand of
ANHKtJSKK-mJbCK BHEWINQ ASSOCIATION.
(Spcciul Eetputch to Uhbe-Democral.)
WoiiMi's Faiii, Chicago, Im.., Oct. 20.
No award has over been made so gratifying
to St. Louis pooplo and so justly merited
ns tho ono given to-day by tho Columbian
jury of the World's Fair, consisting of con
noissoura and chemists of tho highest rank,
to tho Anliouser-Butch Browing Associa
tion. By methods of unrivalled business
enterprise, and by using tho best material
firoduced in America and Kuropc, uxclud
ng corn and othor adultorants or surro
cates. tlio different kinds of the Anheuser-
Busch beer havo become tho favorites with
tho American peorlo, and havo now con
quered the highest award in overy particu
lar, which had to be considered by the
Columbian jury. Tho high character of
tho award given to-day by tlio jurors will
oe uecter untiersiooa wnen it is Known mat
J3TJL Oj JACJL
Tnys ol Every Beseriptioi I
bo I AdauR MENT yr OOLLs
different beera eshibitod by tho An
ir Association had to
compote with hundreds of the most oxccl-
lent disnlavs of other brewers. Tlio fact
that no other concern has received so
many points for tho various essential qual
ities of good beer conllnns anew the firm's
reputation ns the leader of all American
beers, and Mr. Adolphus Busch can feel
proud over this result so justly merited.
WS" The aBove is a Fac-slmllle of the
Label ol the " EAGLE " Brand which took
In orderiiiK this Beer bo suro
asl; for tho "EAGLE" Brand.
Maciarlaue & Co., L'd,
Aqcnts for JTuwuiimi hlanih
I Mil Lead the Market in Low Prices !
I AM OFFEIUNG A VEHY LAKGE STOCK OF
K .A. 1ST ID K E2 R O T3L I E3 F s
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children at Low Prices.
SPECIAL At 15o.-a fino lino of Ladies,' Embroided Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPEOIAL At 85c Gents' Japaneso Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPEOIAL-At 12c.-105 dozen Fancy Silk Handkorchidfs.
BF- Mv Oe., 10c., 12Jc, 15 and lOJo, Ladies' Handkerchiefs aro tlio best values,
ofi'ered in the market (immense assortment to solect from).
Extra Value In Hosiery for Ladies, Gentloiuen and Children I
Fast Black Gont's Silk Hoso at $15 Dozou 1
Great Gut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and CMfenfs Suits
Will be oll'ereil at Lower Pi Ices than e r heroic.
My 04 Suita reduced to $3. Isly $5 Suits reduced to $3.75. My $6, $8.00
and. $7.50 Suits (Knoa Pants) rcducstl to 3".
la Boy's Knee Pants Kocd Values are Offered!
Hy SI Knee Pju'o rcdussd io 63c. My 2, 82.25 nurt S2.50
Kuco Pant3 reduce;! to $1.50
Boy?s Waists at 65c.
In While and Fancy Percale with Rack and Front. Pleated and Lar -e
Boy's Waists at 25c. ia Calico and Flaneilette !
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By tho "Australia" due hero next Saturday I will r-eeivo a Largo Steele of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
New Novelties in Lacss, Ribbons and Other fancy Goods.
ALSO AKOTIIKIt LAUGH iNVOIon OF
leu's, Ladles' Children's Shoes 1
ssr i nsrvrrH; lasrsHJOTioisr tsa
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts.,
Honolulu, H. I.
IHAHMW J. WIIITNKY IIAV1NO
aMMinii'd niaiiiiL'itiMuiU of tho Palace
leo Cream Parlors. hai resumed the iiiauil-
facturoof Choice French Caudles and leu
Cream. Ho It ready to miiply the holi
day trade. Arlington IjlouU, Hotel Htrcot.
Until Telephones. ll-l!w
Aic jiit in icuoipt of liiij;o importa
tions bv their iron barks "Paul
I sonburg" and " J. C. Piluger,"
and by a number of vch
bt'ls fiom America.
Consisting of a largo and complete
Vienna and Iron Gulden Furniture,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron I5edteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
Oils. and Pnints, Lubricating Grcaae,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soda,
Filtcrprcss Clotli, Twine,
Bags, Market Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
llooling Slates, Firebrick!,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
IS, It. Materials,
Steel Kails, Etc., Etc,
SUGAR & RICE
Golden Gato, Diamond, Sperry's, Mer
chants aud Eldorado
WEEN SELECTIM YOUR
that we have
Choice Line of Suit
able Goods, consist
ing in part of
from: the leading laboratories.
and Ooim-To Sets,
Klocia,ls:s, Etc, Etc
HOLLISTER & GO.,
523 ITort. Street,
Honolulu, H. I.
CT2 &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreckota' Block,
807 FORT STREET.
On I he
most Liberal Toruih at
LowoH Prices by
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOH THi; BALK OF
D. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
i"Voit "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Bcor,
.S'an Juse, Cal,, U. S. A.
Daflemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
-America's Finest Production, Mich and Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and lieliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks.
H Biaclxfeld Co.
, MP-TliofcuUuodsari! Uuurantcuil KliHl-clas In nycr)' ri-npt'ol
ealo nt cry Kimsonablo Prices.
Mutual Telephone 803 Vow Offiok Uox 187
uru oilureil lor