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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut JUslablithcd for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, DEC. 1., 1893.
What n hypocritical whino that of
tho Advortisor is, about tho injury
to business Ironi Minister Willis'
delay in action, is illustrated by its
foolish and frantic effort of only
Saturday last to stir up unduo ex
uitoment. Tho German who nearly shot Mr.
.1. Fletcher, lato of tho Hotel Tivoli,
sonic- time back, loft Apia in tho Ala
meda for Houolulu, whore, lot us
hopo, ho will keep out of mischief.
Sam oo ii Timet.
This itom is copied by tho Star.
Ton to one tho shootor is now a spy
or special in tho sorvico of tho P. G.
Ho will probably bo as useful to
them as the escaped anarchist from
tho Haymarkot squaro outrago in
Chicago who has bcou doing dirty
work for tho P. G. all along.
Who aro tho countrymen of United
States naval oflicors upon whom tho
Star adjures thorn not to mako war?
If a point is to bo made with the
great American nation on this score,
lot all tho genuine Americans in
arms bo segregated, and all tho rest
of tho miscellaneous forces of tho
P. G. bo dismissed. Thou their own
nation and tho world could see just
how much of American there was iu
tho revolution of January sought
now to bo maintained iu spite of tho
United States Govornmout.
It appoared by tho abortivo sensa
tion of tho Advortisor last Saturday
that tho P. G. spios had reported a
largo royalist mooting at tho houso
of Mr. John A. Cummins. When
the people found thoy were boing
watched, all the lights in the houso
wore put out so tho story wont.
Thoro was a birthday party at Mr.
Cummius' that night, attended by a
few townspeople and oflicors of
American and British warships. Tho
part broko up early and tho lights
went out as tho family retired to their
peaceful couches. That is all thoro
was to it oxeopting the fooling of
the spies and tho lying of tho Advor
tisor. What should E. G. Hitchcock,
Marshal, havo to do with a secret
military organization called tho
Citizens' Guard? Ho issues a no
tice to that body to answer a day as
well as a night alarm. Tho pros
pects aro that when tho expected
occasion of that alarm arises, tho
status of tho secret body in ques
tion will bo that of rioters. Then
tho Marshal's duty would bo to sup
press it. Ho is putting himself into
a queer fix by making himself a
revolutionary as well as a civil com
mander. Probably ho will got out
of it, however, bj' liuding that whon
the bell rings E. G. Hitchcock is no
longor Marshal. Then it will bo for
himself to choose whethor ho will
bo a rioter.
There is a whining joromiad in
this morning's Advortisor over tho
damage to business caused by tho
' existing political oxcitoinent. "
What about tho murdering of busi
ness all this year that should have
been ono of the most prosperous in
tho country's histor from tho
madcap revolution of Thurston and
.Stevens, which presumed on the
support of tho American nation
without good reason? For eleven
months tho country has been hold
under tho heel of an irresponsible
junta, not one iu ton of whom could
secure popular election in any con
stituency of tho islands. Wo can
afford to wait a few hours for tho
restoration of constitutional govern
ment and of tho rights of tho poo
plo. There will bo no business con
fidence hero so long as tho country
is held in subjection by mercenary
troops composed largely of dis
charged contract laborers aud do
sorted seamen, which are just as
liable to turn against tho men who
aro paying them with tho Queon's
and the peoplo's money as to main
tain sottled government.
Supportors of the P. G. had bettor
not bo deceived by tho vaporing of
tho Star. G rover Clovolaud is at
tho head of tho United States, aud
will stay thoro until March 4, 1897.
Ho will havo tho support of a maj
ority in Congress for his Hawaiian
policy, as well as ho has had for his
silvor policy, and is going to have
for his tariff policy. This Hawaiian
quostiou will bo settled by him to
tho mutual advantage of both tho
United States and Hawaii. A largo
proportion of tho trtioborn Amor
icau residents of those islands aro
on tho President's side in this mat
tor. Tho Star daro not publish the
list of names of voting Americans
in this country who have subscribed
to tho P. G. causo. It would mako
too ridiculous n showing alongside
of all tho anuoxationist blowing. Iu
tho United States, loo, thoro has
boon just as strong expressions of
public opinion on tho side of Presi
dent Cleveland's policy as against
it, and when tho matter has boon
full' vontilalod in Congress thoro
will bo an immense addition to tho
volumo of support thereto accorded.
Tho Govoriunout press horo has
givou only ono sot of American
viows, and that not quite honestly.
Republican papors havo boon quoted
as Democratic to suit tho occasion,
and tho opposite viows of Republi
can papors havo boon ignored.
It is surmised, for ono thing, by
tho Advortisor, that Ministor Willis
is trying to wear out tho saiuts by
holding tho fear of force over their
heads. That papor does not reflect
much credit on its party whon it
utters cries of paiu on their behalf
for boiug kept iu suspense- only a
month. It is less than a mouth
since dofmito word camo of Clove
laud's policy to do right in tho mat
tor if the hoavons should fall. If
tho P. G. pooplo still believe that
their side is right and will ultimate
ly prevail with tho Amoricau nation
at large, thoj' should bo prepared
to accept prosout reverses with
equanimity while making their ap
peal in liko decorous manner to the
Quoon's in making her protest.
When the echo of the jingo tempest
that greeted tho annexation com
missioners rolled back on those isl
auds, tho causo of autonomy and
homo rule looked to bo in a bad
case. Then when tho foreign Hag
was hoisted, tho Hawaiian iudopond
onco "jig" soomod to bo up in ear
nest. Still faith iu tho justico of
tho Hawaiian peoplo's causo and in
tho honesty of tho great American
heart nevor failed utterly. Un
armed and without liberty to arm
themselves against military domina
tion, tho peoplo wisoly kept from
auy attempt to resist tho authority
of tho do facto Government. Thoy
took ground beyond oven tho
Queen's protest that threw tho re
sponsibility for tho revolution on
United States representatives. The
Hawaiian peoplo havo novor admit
ted tho competence of either the
Quoon or hor Cabinot, auy more
than that of tho Provisional Gov
ernment, to surrender tho inde
pendence of this country. They
do not admit it to-daj', aud,
with tho positivo assurauco of
President Clovolaud to restore our
constitutional government, thoy
havo no reason to fear any compro
mise boiug made. Their oxamplo of
patienco aud poaceablonoss during
all these dark months, howovor, is
ono that ma' well bo commended to
tho Provisional Government pooplo
now, as more dignified, honorable
and becoming a party that boasts
(see tho Advortisor editorial) its as
surauco "of tho honor of men aud
tho favor of God," than tho hysteri
cal and inflammatory uttorancos
that havo formed tho staple of the
annexationist press for several days
P. G. Distributing: Arms.
A cartload of rifles aud boxes of
ammunition was going the rounds
of Punchbowl j'esterda' forenoon,
delivering arms with feverish haste.
The cart was owuod aud driven by
Mr. Gomes, a Portugeso expross
nian, who took tho precaution of
having a riflo ill ono hand. In
charge of tho wagon of guns was
young Silva, a Portuguese residing
in Miller street, who was distribut
ing tho contents aud getting re
ceipts for them, Silva had a largo
revolver sticking out of his back
pockot, which, as ho had no coat on,
could not bo called a concealed
Lifo Is Misery
To many peoplo who havo tho taint
of scrofula in thoir blood. The ago
nies caused by tho dreadful running
sores and othor manifestations of
this disease aro beyond description.
Thoro is no other romody equal to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula,
salt rhouin and every form of blood
disease. It is reasonably sure to
bouofit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills euro all liver ill3.
NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN- THAT
all persons trespassing on Tong l-'ut
Wai Co. banana plantation at Kulihi-uka
will bo prosecuted to the full extent of tho
law. TON'O FAT AVAJ CO.
MOIJ,EIl 11 AVI NO JUST AK
rived from a tour iibioml. wants a
situation as Head Lima or Sugar Jloilcr.
Having been head hum for Mx years, he
hope-, to bo able to give satisfaction in
both positions. Address, caro of IIui.msti.s'
olllce. 00S-(it OMt
1llAl!I.i:s J. WHITNEY HAVING.
assumed management of the J 'a ace
Ice Cream Parlors, lias icMiincd the manu
facture of Choice T'rcnch Candies and Iro
CreauiK. He is ready to supply the holi
day trade. Arlington liloel:, ilbtel Street.
Jloth Telephones. itwl-Uw
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Ha
waiian Islands. In l'ronato.
T N THE MATTEIt OF
A of I,UK HAND, laie of Honolulu,
On reading and filing the petition of H.
Ahml, ot Kahului, Maul, alleging that
l,uk bong, of Honolulu, died intestate at
Choy Hang, China, on the 8th day of July,
A. 1j. 1887, and praying that Letters of Ad
ministration issue to b. Ahml,
It is ordered that MONDAY, tho lr.th
day of January, A. D. IhOI, be and hereby
is appointed lor hearing .aid petition iu
tho Court ltoom of this Court, at Houo
lulu, at which time and place all persons
concerned may appear and show cause, If
any they have, why said petition should
not be granted.
Dated Honolulu, II. I., Die. 1,1, !!.
lly the Court i
(WAS. 1 PKTEItKON.
im'i-(,t yi Clerk.
By Jno. F. Morgan.
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, Jan.
AT 12 O'OI.OUIC NOON,
my Salesroom, Qm-on Strout, I will
sell ill Public Auction, that Valua
ble Resilience known as the
l'ropcilv has u frontage ot 118 feel on
KiiKui street nnu n
MO feet deep.
Thorp U a Convenient
2-Story Dwelling House
Containing 10 ltooius, Cottage ami Out-
Iioumm on tho .at. The Main House
contains It! Itootns. Kitchen
ami Hath. Also
1 2-Room Cottage!
1 i-Rooiu Cottage!
Until ami Wash House outside,
I'lacu fan be inspected on appllea-
Jcls. IF1. Morgan,
Toys! Toys! Toys!
On Thursday Evening, Dec. 2ist
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
AT MY SALESROOM
I will sell at Pnbllu Auction the Finest
Oll'ered for s,ale at Auction, comprising
Dolls' Carriages, Carts,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
GOODS ON YIEW THURSDAY.
CUT THIS OUT
Mutual Telephone Co.
rpHE KOLI.OWlNfi NAMES HAVE
JL been added to the Official List of Sub
sciibers of the Mutual Telephone Com
pany. Please eut out and pasto in a con
venient place for futuie reference:
.T Cala. Teed Co, Warehouse, King street.
ll'J J'alace lee Cream Parlors.
l.VJ Engine Co. No. 1.
am Walcelleld, V M res.
115 Atherton, C II res.
lilt Abies, I 0 res.
117 Cartwright, Uruce res,
201 Holomua Tub. Co.
20S Pilkoi, I.vdia res.
27s llosse, C res
2s0 Fernandez, A res,
20J Moore, Dr. It 1 res.
Ml Dovie, C A res.
321 Wilder, G K res.
:)2ti Cartwright, Uruco res., 'ttl;il;i.
330 U S Legation.
a:iO Willis, A S res.
1110 Yuen Chong.
lilt Krugor, Frank res.
a 10 Stacker, J T res.
o.r0 Wenner, A res.
:;82 Sing Chong, Hotel street.
'M MoQuire's Express.
31)3 Hopper, W L res.
ins Smith, F, I'auoa.
151 Ehrlich, S i
I'M Jacobson, A E. Fort street.
47(1 Kcoia, Jas N K res.
481 Mollis, Mrs. AM.
1!U l'ooinaikalaui, res.
l!ll Ciuiha Nursory.
Crfl J It U, Punchbowl street.
HiUflray, J A res.
r"r (lartenberg, A res.
.W Heist, Mrs. J H res.
fiUl Ah l'ing.
.rV.)5 Dovlin, Jus. res.
Ill Ixmisson, M res.
OKI National Iron Works.
Ho Oguru, K res.
03!) Noldncr, 0 res.
013 Noipcr, J res.
uT0 Howard, Dr. II W.
009 Lederer, B W res.
070 Ogum it Co., K.
(IT!) ().ulci Shotou.
0S7 Kallberg, J A res.
0!l2Uush. Jno E res.
Mr. "A" Philadelphia, U S F H.
fiir. "O" Champion, HUMS.
OKI Nnniwa, HUM 8.
DR. C. "W. MOORE,
1400 Van Noss Ave., S. F., Cal.
Elegant Apartments for Palionts.
l.l.i:crut :.v IS KBUvoiih iiibramm.
RiSf Dr. Moore oilers invalids all the
comforts of home, with constant ami care
ful treatment. Itefersto 11. It.Maefarlane,
Entertainment at Kawaiahao I
J). Seminary the Pupils will repeat their
Thanksgiving Entertainment In thu Chapel
Heiulnary the I'iiiiIIh will repeat their
iksulvim: Entertainment In tho Chapel
of the teliool TUKBDAY IJVl'.NINU,
December lUtli, at 7:H0 o'clock. Tho jmb.
I'ii aio cordially invited. Admission, tile.
Tickets at IIj-iiii (luuu'n. Wuterhouau's
No. IU store, Benson, Smith V Co.'s and
rustle V: Coolie'. liO'j-td
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'fl
Saturday, Dec. JO, 1SD3.
The consumer of electricity
for illuminating purposes funis
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; the break in the
lighting plant was the primary
cause of our selling forty-three
lamps to people who had
abandoned kerosene Tor more
modern methods of lighting
their houses. Another reason
for the trade in lamps coming
to 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
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
facturing Co., with illustrations
of their sinks, bathtubs and
washstands appeal directly to
people who believe that clean
liness is next to honesty when
acquired in an enamelled bath
tub. For the past year we
have been the agents for the
Standard Manufacturing Com
pany for the sale of their tubs,
etc , and as such we have 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
will be pleased to show them
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. The
"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 handsomer
than those of any other make.
The wood is selected accord
ing to the beauty and evenness
of the grain, whil. the hand
some inlaid work commends
them to all lovers of the beau-
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.
Hawaiian Hardware Go., h'i
Opposite Bpreckcla' Mock,
307 FORT STREET.
Anheusov-Busch Browing Co.
Wins tho Prize at tho
World's Fair with thoir
-EAGLE" Brand Bcor.
Sr. I.i.i is, Oct. 28, 1893.
Miasn. MAi'iwr.i vnk & Co., Ij'd.,
Houolulu, H. I.
DettrSirs: We havo mailed you n copy
of tho Qlohc-Dcn-ocrnl announcing tho great
viuiorj- won i.y uie akiii:chkrijlrcii abso
H tlulr "EAOLE" Brand of
ANHEllSER-nUSCH UltEWlNO ASSO
CIATION. (Spccitil r.apnUh to Olule-Demociul.)
Wont.n's 1 in, Cuicaoo, Ii.i.., Oct. 20.
a o award 1ms ever been made !-o gratifyiiif
to St. Louis peoplo and so justlv merited
as tho one civen to-ilnv be vlin (Vihunlitnii
jury of tho World's Fair, consisting of con.
noispeurs and chemists of tho highest rank,
to tho Anhouscr-Dusch Ilrowing Associa
tion. Uy methods of unrivalled business
enterprise, and by using tho best material
produced in America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or surro
gates, tho dill'ernnt kinds of tho Anheusor
lJusch beer havo become tho favorites with
tho American pcorlo, and havo now con
quered tho highest award in every particu
lar, wuicu nnu xo no consiaereu oy tno
Columbian jury. Tho high character of
the award given to-day by tho jurors will
be better understood when it is known that
tho dill'erent liccrj exhibited by the An
heusor-llusch Urmving Association had to
compete with hundreds of tho most excel
lent displays of other brewers. Tho fact
that no other cancern has received so
many points for the various e:-sontial qual
ities of good boor confirms anew tho linn's
ropuUtlon as the leader of all American
beers, and Mr. Adolphus Jluscli can feel
proud over this rcultso justly merited.
B The atovo Is a Fac-slmilie of the
Label or the " EAGLE " Brand which took
ITS- In ordering this I'.eer iu
ask for the "EAGLE" Urand.
Alacfarlane & Co., L'd,
Aqcnls for Jfaiiiiiiun Islands
Aio itisl. in
n'ooipl of lnrw imnoila-
lliLir iron barks "J'.iiil
Ibunberg" and "J. (5. Plluger,"
and by a number of vc
n-lo fioin Amcik'ii.
Consisting of si largo and complete'
Vienna and Iron Guidon Furnitim,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron liotlstuiiils, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
American & European
Oilsnnd Paints, Lubricating CSrcase,
tbuibtio Soda, Wash Soda,
I'illorpross Cloth, Twine,
JJags, Market Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc., Ktc.
Hoofing Slutes, Eirebiieki;,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
It, U, MnterialH,
Steel KnilH, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Golden Gate, Diamond, SperoV, Mur
clmnlB and Eldorado
H, Hackfeld & Co.
Oornor Fort So
Toys ef i?ery Description. I
KRT AnQTMEMT flE DM I Q I
I Will Lead the Market in . Low Prices !
I AM OITEIilNO A VEltY LAIIOE STOCK OP
Tj&. it 3D :k: s ir. o h: i ej in 3
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children at Low Prices.
Sl'EOI AL At luc.-n tine line of Ladies' Embroided Bilk Handkerchiefs.
SPECIAL At. I.":. Gents Japancso Silk Handkerchlofs.
SPECIAL At 12Jc 105 dozen Fancy Silk Handkorchiofs.
ear- My 5c, lUe., 12JJc, 15 and 10)4c. Ladies' Handkerchiefs are the best values
oilercd in tho market (immense assortment to select from).
Extra Valuo iu Hosiery for ladies, Gontlouien and Children !
Tast Black Gent's Silk Hoso at $15 Dozon !
Great Gut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's aiifi Chilton's Suits
Will bo offered at Lower Prices than evr before.
My $1 Suits roduccd to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.75. My $0, $6.50
and $7.00 Suits (Knso Bant3) roduccd to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My SI Kneo Pants reduced to 65c. My S2, $2.25 nasi S2.50
Kneo Pants refincnu ta 31.50
In White and Fancy Percale with Hack and Trout Pleated and Lsrge
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette !
Full Line of India Silk in ail Grades at 50c. Yard
By tho "Australia" duo here next Saturday I ill r c-ivo a Largo Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
lm NoYeltlos in Laces, Ribbons and Oilier Fancy Goods.
ALSO AN'OTIIEJt. LAltGE INVOICE OK
's, Ladies' and
cer I Ilsy-VITH! IisrspsEJOrriOKT -aa
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
WHEN SELECTING YOUE
Do not forget that we havo
Choice Line of Suit-
ing in part of
FROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
Bx-usla suacl OoraTo Sets,
Kloc3.a,l!:s, Etc, 33 tc.
SJ33 Fort Street,
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOU T1IK SALE OK
V. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Winas,
From "Uncle Sum" Wine CtUim, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cal., U. S. A,
Dallemaml & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, Jllch and Mellow.
Sprtance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jteliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drink.
. r"TheoUoodsaifUuaniuKod I'lrst
baiu at cry itcasonnhlu 1'rlcuu,
Mutual Tclupiiokk !!08-
I - Iotol Streets.
Children's Shoes I
JL CwT JL.A. ,
Honolulu, H. I.
Cologne Bottles !
Honolialia, H. I.
- oliun In uvcry rvsiieul aud
aro ollerud for
I'ost Officii Hox 11)7