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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1893.
Last night's Billetin was Iho
only paper in Honolulu that gnvo
in its regular issuo tlio nows of Min
ister "Willis's request for tiro Govern
ment's surroudor. A contemporary
followed with un extra that gave no
further information of consequence.
At a meeting of labor conforonco
dolegates in Sydney, to appeal for
aid outside of the eouutry for the
unemployed, a speaker said thero
woro between 5000 and C000 men,
women and childron sleeping out in
tho opon streots, parks and country.
That is a torriblo state of affairs in
a now and rich country.
In his blowoff of gas in Sydney
olsowhoro mentioned, Mr. Brigham
said: "I should like to point out
that why wo seek annexation to tho
Statos is that all our trado is-with
that country. If wo are annoxod to
Groat Britain, wo shall havo tho Mc
Kiuloy tariff against us." Wouldn't
you havo a bloomiu' monarchy over
Mr. Brigham, curator of tho
Bishop Museum, is quoted in an in
terview by tho Sydney Telegraph as
saying: "Well, sir, l tuinic it tno
United Statos attempt to replace
tho Queen on tho throne, that same
Queen will bo shot within an hour.
Yes, sirl" In tho samo production
tho Hawaiian race is given fifteen
years moro to become oxtinct, and
tho namo for a Hawaiian lad is a
"squaw." "Tho "professor," who is
living off uativo Hawaiian wealth,
ought to go and hido himself.
As ouo of their comparatively now
tacks, tho annexationists aro com
plaining that their leaders, both
hero and at Washington, were not
given sufficient opportunity to pre
sent tho caso of the revolution and
proffered cession of tho islands.
Does not overybod romombor how
.tho present coinplainers sneered at
tho mission of tho Queon's agent to
Washington, loudly boasting that
there was nothing left by tho P. G.
Commissioners to lay boforo either
Congross, the Administration or the
people of the United States?
"This policy of concealment is not
the policy of honest men, but of
cunning politicians, and doubtless
our Government will make this
clear, under tho polished terms of
diplomatic language.'' Thus the
Advertiser speaks, iii portraying
the opportunity tho Provisional
Government has to enter a con
tradiction to tho grounds of
President Cleveland's policy of
restoration. Tho words aro most
applicable to the conduct of the an
nexationists from tho very beginning
of their plot. The tried to secure
tho adoption in secret of au annexa
tion plank in tho Reform party's
platform at tho special election of
two Nobles last year. Thoro was
not a blink given of tho purpose of
selling tho country at tho mass
meeting of January 1G. That was a
secret deal. And what about the
secret mootings of tho Provisional
Government Councils right along?
"This policy of concealment is not
tho policy of honest men." See
that you stick to that text. You
might want to apply it to tho differ
ent secret organizations started to
help out your own conspiracy.
FKANCE AGAIN EXCITED.
Becauso England Controls Most of
tho Cables Untrue Charges.
Great excitement prevails in
Franco owing to tho discovery that,
of tho twenty-eight companies which
own tho various submarine cables
which oucirclo tho globe as with au
iron not, no less than nineteen aro
English, and that during tho recent
troubles in connection with Siam
tho despatches addressed to the
French Government from tho far
east woro read and known at tho
English Foreign Ojlico several hours
before thoir delivery in Paris.
Franco is, in fact, entirely depend
ent upon English companies for
cable communication with hor vari
ous colonial dependencies, including
oven Tunis, and actually goes so far
as to grant a state subsidy of SG0;
000 per annum to tho English "Afri
can Direct Telegraph Company,"
whoso linos sho is obliged to uso in
order to roach hor possessions on
tho west coast of Africa. Of tho
twonty-oight cable companies only
two aro French, ono Danish, three
North American, and threo South
American. Indeed, of tho 125,000
miles of submarine cable which con
stitute tho submarine cable tele
graphic systoni of tho world, more
than three-quarters are in tho hands
of tho English, who aro placed
thereby in a singularly advantageous
position with respect to othor na
tionalities. For rhoumatisui 1 havo found
nothing equal to Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. It relievos tho pain as soon
as applied. J. W. Young. West
Liborty, W. Va. Tho prompt relief
it affords is alono worth ninny times
tho cost, CO ceuts. Its continued use
will effect a perinauent euro. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., ngouts for the Hawaiian
Thoy Diecuss Subjects of Importance
to Thoir Calling.
Tho Lahaina branch of iho Maui
Teachors' Association hold a rogular
meeting on Saturday, Doc. IGth.
Tho program called for a goneral
discussion of tho history of educa
tion from tho beginning of tho
Christian era to tho formulation of
Ronaissanco ideals by John Sturm;
a discussion of Aristotlo by Mr. O.
Abbott; of John Sturm by II. S.
Towusoud; a lesson in music by Mr.
n. uicuonsou, and au exorcise in
drawing led by Mr. Towusoud. Tho
mooting lasted four hours, and all
seomod to fool that thoy had ro
coivod full valuo for thoir time.
Tho Lahaina teachers aro as anx
ious to improve themselves, and as
willing to give tho necessary timo
and pains, as aro thoso on tho othor
sido of tho mountain.
Tho next mooting is sot for Jan.
13, 1891, the program to include a
goneral discussion of tho philoso
phical and educational thoorios of
Bacon and Ratich; a special discus
sion of Bacon, by Miss Winnio Bald
win; a sketch of tho Thirty Years'
War, by Mr. Abbott, and a contin
uation of tho work in drawing and
Tho pupils of tho Kawaiahao
Sominar' fjavo a repetition of thoir
Thanksgiving entertainment last
ovoniug in tho schoolroom, for tho
bouofit of that institution, which
drew forth quite a largo audience.
Tho room was nicety decorated with
flowors and evergreens, and had a
string of Chinoso colored lantorns
nuug across it. Then tho varied
costumes worn by tho pupils who
took part on tho stage added effec
tively to tho charms of tho scene.
The dialogue was pleasingly ronder
ed throughout, interspersed by tho
singing ol tno wnolo school, ana
thoso present went away fooling
satisfied with tho entertainment.
Catarrh in the Head
Is undoubtedly a diseaso of tlio
blood, and as such only a reliable
blood purifier can effect a perfect
and pormanout euro. Hood's Sar
saparilla is tho best blood purifier,
and it has cured many very sovoro
cases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times leads to consumption. Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla boforo it is too
Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, easily and
Popular Phonograph Parlors.
Jin. C. STOECictin, a gentleman well
known not alono to tho residents of Ho
nolulu, but to thoso of Hawaii, Maui and
Knusii, in connection with his introduc
tion to tho notice of tho general public
of Professor Edison's marvel of science,
the l'lioxoun.u'U, or " talking machine,
has again returned to this city from an
extended inter-island trip, and has located
himself permanently at tho i'lioxonit.u'ii
Pauloiih, AniiixnroN Block, Honm
Mr. Stoi:ckt.iE has been in correHpon
deuco with Professor Edison, through
one of Iho Professor's special represent
atives, and has been thus enabled to ob
tain a latest scientific production and im
proved Phonograph which has arrived,
and is now open for inspection and trial
by (he general public at the Puonookai'H
Parlous, Arlington Block, Hotel street.
This new scientific production and
inacbino is called tho Automatic Pnono
anAi'ii, working as it does automatically,
by electrical agency, generated by tho
action of any person desirous of testing
its peculiar qualities, the manner of teBt
being casilv understood on visiting the
lately fitted up PiioNoait.vrii Parlors,
Arlington Block, Hotel street.
Tho Actojiatiu PjioxooiiArir is en
cased in an oaken frame, with glass top
and sides, thus permitting tho visitor to
seo all of the delicate machinery in full
piny. The wonderful, scientific appliance
of mechanical skill displayed in tho reg
ulation of the speed of reproduction of
the various records, tho automatic start,
speeding and final stop aro plainly visi
ble, and. moro than that, the wonderful
reproductive powers of tho automatic
machine may bo learned on each call at
tho Phonograph Parlous, Arlington
Block, Hotel street.
Fnll test is given to iho power of the
Automatic Maciiixi: by tho continual
changing of records, so that solo, duct,
trio, quartotte, quintette nnd sextette
vocalisms by instrumental music of colo
brated bands and noted soloists will bo
interspersed with humorouB speeches,
dialogues and specialties, tho particular
selections being displayed daily on tho
Automatic Machine, at tho Phonograph
Parlors, Arlington Hlock, Hotel street.
Tho Automatic Phonograph is anoth
er triumph of science,is the latest improved
" talking machine'' manufactured by tho
electrical wizard, Edison, nnd is supplied
with newly invented and lately patented
double diaphragms, thus adding not
alono to tho loudness of tho reproduc
tions from tho records, but also present
ing in a most remarkably clear and dis
tinct mannur all tho modulations of tho
human voice, both in song aud speech
nnd which may bo heard from tho ma,
ehiuo ut thoPiioxoaitPH Parlors, Arling
ton Block, Hotel street.
For tho initial pieco on tho Automatic
Phonograph, Mr. Stocklo has selected
from his accumulation of nearly two
hundred new records, which includo
soul's of all nations, and tho best efforts
of tho most celebrated musical celebrities
in tho world- a selection which has
nover heretofore been reproduced out
side of tho homo of tho phonograph, and
ono which gives full opportunity to judge
of tho wonderful natural sound-repioduc-ing
qualities of this latest Automatic
Machine. Tlio oppoitunity now presents
itself to hear this particular number by a
trial of tho PdiHonion invention now on
exhibition at tho Phonograph 1'arlors,
Arlington Block, Hotel street.
Tho Phonograph Parlous aro open
daily fiom il a.m., and opportunity is
given to visitois to select from a thou
sand record, which will bo lojnoduood
at request on tho non-automatic nmchino
also on exhibition, ami in line, at tlio
I'HONOGiiAi'ii i'Aiti.uity, Arlington Bloclf,
Hotel street. h'Jd-iiw
oTM'i; Irf HKKIIUY (II VII.V THAT J
linvi) this iliiv bought out the one-
half mti'iust t my partuur 'long Kin, in
inuiirinoi lur nop i-o., mm i win curry
on the IjiisIiius of said llriu as lioieloforu
under said llriu imiiio at King strict, Hono
lulu. KOICI.l'.M ulhiH AU l.l'.M.
Duted Honolulu. Dee, 1(1, IWM.
By Jao. F. Morgan.
Toys! Toys! Toys!
On Thursday Evening, Dec, 21st
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
AT MY SALESROOM
will M'll nt Public Anctlon tlio Finest
OU'crcd lor Mile nt Auction, comprising
Dolls' Carriages, Carts,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
G00D3 ON YIEW THURSDAY.
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, Jan. (5th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I will
soil at Public Auction, that Valua
ble Residence) known as the
The Property has a frontage! of IIS feet on
Kukui Street and it about
L'OO feet deop.
There is a Convenient
2-Story Dwelling House
Containing 10 Rooms, Cottnge and Out
houses on the Lot. The Main House
contains 12 Rooms, Kitchen
and Bath. Also
1 2-Room Cottage!
1 1-Room Cottage!
Bath and Wash Honae outside,
Place can be inspected on appliea-
N. S. SACHS'
How Many Beans are in the Jar?
SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS.
We have exhibited In our Window a Glass
Jar filled with Beans; the nearest
guesser will roceive as a
New Year's Gifts,
Silver Tea Set
IFoTJir Pieces !
Now on exhibition in our window.
C&- All Guessing Blanks must bo sent
in by THUUSDAY, Bee. 128th, beforoO v. m.
The namo of tho nearest uuenser
win no unuouuccii in tno uauy papers on
Saturday, Dec. 30th.
TOh- Guessing Blanks will be given to
Purchasers nt N. B. Sachs1, Kort street.
THE FOLLOWING VARIETIES
FOR. S-AXjEJ !
Smooth Leaf Cayenne,
Queen & Sugar Loaf.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
003-lw Cor. Kort nnd Queen Btrcets.
"tlIAltLi:ri J. WHITNEY
J assumed management of tho
lee Cream Parlors, has resumed the manu-
lacturu of Choice French Candies and lee
('renins. Hois ready to supply tho holi
day trade. Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
Both Telephones. IJ03-2W
.MOLLKlt JIAVINfl JUST Alt
rived from a tour ahroad. wants a
bituutlon a Ilt-ud Luna or UiiKur Boiler.
1 la vine heen head lima (or six years, lie
hoic to bu iihlo to glvu nulUfuetlon In
holli noiltlons. Adilrcea. euro nt lltn.i.iniN
I otllec iws-ilt fil-lt
Saturday, Dec. IU, i6'.9,9.
The consumer of electricity
for illuminating purposes (mils
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 for 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
cause the matter is so wen
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 bv 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'i the hand
some inlaid work commends
them to all lovers of the beau
tiful. 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
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 Co., L'd
Opposite BpreokelB1 Block,
807 FORT STREET.
Aiiheusor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins tho Prize at the
"World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
Sr. Locir, Out. 23, 1893.
Mr.sfcns. MAciAnLANU & Co., L'd.,
Honolulu, II. I,
Dear Sir: We have mailed you n copy
of the Globc-Dcmarrnl announcing tho great
victory won by tho A.NUEusr.n-llCRCii Asso
ciation with thtir "KAOLE" Brand of
ANlUOJBHlMiUScH HUFAVINU ASSO
CIATION. (Special Kesjiateh to Gtubc-Dcmocrat.)
Wont.n's Faiii, Ciiicauo, III., Oot. 20.
No nward has over been made so gratifying
to St. Louis people nnd so justly merltod
ns the ono given to-day by tho Columbian
jury of tho World's Fair, consisting of con
noissonrs nnd chemists of tho highest rank,
to the Anheuser-Busch Browing Associa
tion. By methods of unrivalled business
cnterpriso. nnd by nsing tlio best material
produced in America nnd Europo, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or surro
gates, tho different kinds of the Anheuser
llusch beer havo become tho favorites with
tho American peorlo, nnd havo now con
quered the highest nwnrd in every particu
lar, which had to be considered by the
Columbinn jury. Tho high character of
tbo award given to-day by tho jurors will
bo better understood when it is known thnt
tho Uillcrent beers exhibited by tbo An-hcuscr-Busch
Brewing Association hnd 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 beer confirms anew the firm's
ropulitlon ns tho leader of all American
beers, nnd Sir. Adolphus Busch can feel
proud over this result so justly merited.
BST" Tbo abovo Is a Fac-slmilio or tbo
Label of the " EAGLE " Brand which took
CSS- In ordering this Beer hi sure to
ask for the "EAGLE" Brand.
Macfarlaue & Co., L'd,
AiicnU fur Hawaiian Islamln
Aro jiii-L in icceipt of law ini pollu
tions hv their iron Iwrlw "Paul
nnd by n number of ves
sels from Aniurica.
Consisting of n large and complete
Vionna and Iron Ganlen Furniture,
Saddlery nnd Cutlery,
Iron Bcdfteadd, Etc,, Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American Se European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Grease,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soda,
Filtorprcss Cloth, Twine, '
Bags, Market Baskets,
Demijohn?, Etc., Etc.
Hoofing Slates, Fiiebrioks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
J, K. Materials,
Steel Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Golden Onto, Diamond, Sperry's, Mer
chants nnd Eldorado
most Liberal TerniB nt
Lowest Prices by
H. Hackfcld & Go.
Oorxier Fort 8c
I Will Lead the
Toys of Every Description S
nil fillrtV TO hi SoH
1 AM OtTEIUNG A VEItY LARGE STOCK OF
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children nt Low Pricos.
8PECIAL At lCc.-n fine lino of Ladies' Embroidcd Silk Hnndkerohiofs.
SPECIAL-At 35c Gents' Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPECI AL-At 12Kc.-105 aozon pancy silk Hnndkorchiofa.
ff- Jly fie., 10c., 1214c, 15 nnd lOJc. Lndies' Handkerchiefs nro tho best values
offered in tho market (immense assortment to select from).
Extra Valuo in Hosiery (or Ladies, Gentlemen and Children I
Fast Black Gont's Silk Hoso at $15 Dozen t
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will be offered nt Lower Prices than ev. r before.
My $4 Suits reducod to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.75. My $0, $0.50
nnd $7.50 Suit3 (Kneo Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Gocd Values are Offered!
Ky 31 Knee Paats reducod to G5c. My 52, 52.25 .-.-.id S2.50
Kneo Pants roduced to Gl.fiD
Boy?s "Waists at 65c,
In White and Fancy Percale with Back and Front Pleated and L'jrce
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flnnellette,!
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By tho "Australia" duo here next Saturday I v. ill r-reive a Large Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
Kew Novelties In Laces, Ribbons and Oilier Fancy Goods.
ALSO AXOTHKIl LATtGK INVOICE OP
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes!-
vsr I I3SJ"?"rr:El IDSrSFElOTIOSSr -x&a
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
Do not forget that wc have
a Choice Lino of Suit
able Goods, consist
ing1 in part of
The Finest Ferines M Mi Sizes
FROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
anci Comb Sots,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5S3 DrTort Street,
jOVETOIT &, CO,
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGKENTS
FOH THE SALi: OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
.S?i Jose, Cat., U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, llich and Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and lleliable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Brinks,
Theyo Goods nru (JluirantL'L'il I'lnil.i-liiHH In nvorv r.'Siu'i!t mid imi iiU'i.r.iil fnr
salo ut Very Hunsonuljlo l'rlcua,
MuTBAL Telephone 803
in .Low Prices!
Eonolnln, H. I.
Kodaks, ESto., lato.
Uoaaolulia, EC. .1.
Povr OvrioK Box 187