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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 1893.
Thoso who aro not regular readers
ot Harper's Weokly will thauk us
for reprinting iu this issue that
"journal of civilizations" paworful
dolircranco on tho Hawaiian question.
It takes a groat deal of dirt to
mako ground for planting tho troo
of froodom in Hawaii. And it's nip
and tuck botweou tho Advertiser and
Star for tho prize as champion
scavengers to shovel tho dirt.
Wo boliovo tho Hawaiiaus may
trust tho United States Congress to
do justly by them as implicitly as
they have trusted President Cleo
land. Tho most impartial and somo
of tho most powerful organs of
public opinion in tho United States
support tho President's policy.
All tho arguments that have boon
used hero and iu tho United States
to show that it would bo illogal for
President Clovoland to restore tho
constitutional government of Ha
waii aro only additional roasous for
tho utter condemnation of tho Har-risou-Blaiuo-Stevons
spiracy to subvert tho iudopondonco
and solf-govoming institutions of
this friendly nation.
While abusing Commissioner
Blount aud opponents of tho P. G.
who gave him their testimony, tho
organs aro as dumb as ox-Minister
Stevens on tho testimony cited by
Secretary Gresham from P. G . per
sons aud papers. In fact, not one
of tho local annexation papers has
yet given tho citations from tho
mouth of Minister Damon and from
under tho hands of President Dole,
the committeo of safoty aud Minis
tor Stovons himself. Yet it is on
this testimony that tho United
States Executive has put tho ,caso.
Iivoly Btroots Saturday Night Sor
vicos Sunday and Monday.
Saturday night boiug tho last op
portunity for Christmas shopping
was takon largo advautago of by
tho people. Fort stroot sidewalks
wore densely crowded from dark
until nearly midnight, and tho stores
wore a Babel with uuyors in sovoral
languages crowding thorn. Thoro
was a largo forco of noiso makors on
tho outside, who woro masks and
blow squoaky whistlos, besides put
ting themselves badly in people's
way. In spite of this drawback, duo
to tho abBonco of any intelligence
directing tho polico, tho stores seom
ed to do a lively business.
What might bo tormod a Christ
mas carql sorvico was hold ou St.
Audrow's Cathedral last Sunday
evening. A soloction of carols was
well sung by tho choir, assistod by
tho leadership of tho organ. Tho
Itov. A. Mackintosh road tho prayers,
omitting entirely tho usual sermon.
Iu tho musical part of tuo services
solos woro well rendered by Miss
Ward, Mrs. Dr. Howard aud Mr.
At tho sorvico of tho Cathedral
congregation, conducted by Bishop
Willis aud Rov. V. H. Kitcat, tho
samo oveuiug, carols woro sung by
tho bov choir and tho pupils of St.
Thoro woro largo attendances at
tho sorvices of both bodies iu St.
Audrow's Cathedral on Christmas
da. Chairs had to bo placed in tho
aislos at tho services of tho Second
congregation. A detachment of ma
linos and bluojackots from II. B. M.
S. Champion marched to aud from
tho church iu a body. Captain
Rooko of that ship, Captain Nelson
of tho U. S. S. Adams, and many
oiheors of those snips ami tho U. fc.
S. Philadelphia were present, also
Rov. H. Bingham, D. D., and other
roprosontatives of tho Congrega
gational communion. Eov. Mr.
Griffith, chaplain of tho Champion,
assisted in tho sorvico. A choir of
twonty-six voices rendered tho music
very effectively, tho solos boing
taken by Misses Ward and von Holt,
Mrs. Tonuoy, Messrs. C. P. laukea
and Wakefield. Rev. A. Mackintosh
preached an appropriate sermon.
There wore two celebrations oach
of tho holy communion by tho
Bishop's aud tho Second congrega-
Appollato Court in Sossion Broach
of Promieo Oaso.
Tho Supremo Court began its
Docombor torm this morning. Ono
case was argued and submitted, viz.:
Gum King ot al. vs. Kahuna ot al.,
water controversy in Nuuauu, Hono
lulu. Davidson aud Achi for plain
tiffs; Magoou, Kaulia and Kano for
This afternoon Chief Justice Judd,
alone, is hearing argument on ex
ceptions from both sidos to parti
tion commissioners' report, in Ha
waiian Commercial & Sugar Com
pany vs. Waikapu Sugar Company.
Tho full Court has adjournod till
Threo cases have come up from
tho Lahaina torm on exceptions to
tho Supremo Court. Ono is tho
Ayors-Mahuka breach of
tion, with a largo atteudancoof com
Nothing more contemptible has
flvor appeared in Honolulu journal
ism than tho invoking of the so
called sedition law of tho P. G. by
tho Star against tho Holomua.
Thoro is only ono similar instance
iu remombrauco. That is, when tho
Advertiser in terror of public opin
ion's rolling back on tho conspira
tors like an avalanche beseoched
tho P. G. early in tho present con
troversy to suppress free speech and
tho freedom of the press. Tho talk
of war timos and war measures is
only a plausible screen for tho des
picablo retreat of disputants who
cannot hold their own. It was bad
enough for tho rabid tinkor, with no
cinvainc souse ot lairpiay to oppo
nents, to croak dismally in tho P. G.
councils against the freedom of the
press when ho wanted to shut
everybody up to taking tho sheet
that he was interested iu. But that
a newspaper, claiming to reflect
American ideas aud to illustrate
American ideals of liberty, should
slink behind a law resurrected from
a medieval tomb, for shelter from
tho literal fire of an antagonist, is
well, it is only a proof that tho
Star's boasted Americanism is a
sham to cover tho trail of a cam
paign for boodle and tho spoils of
GRAND STAND BURNED.
Try to Pick a Quarrol with
Complaints aro hoard of the mis
conduct indulged in by P. G.
soldiers when on liberty, especially
when under tho influence of liquor.
Betweon Saturday night and this
morning, in divers places, natives
and other inoffending citizons woro
insulted by thoso soldiers, their spito
boing diroctod more particularly at
natives. A group of poacoablo na
tives was at tho wharf near tho Fish
market on Sunday morning, when a
couplo of drunkou P. G. soldiers
passed by, and began to abuso tho
Queen's name in a most insulting
mauuor, without provocation. Thoy
oven went to the extent of challeng
ing all-comers to tight, and tho na
tives stood a groat deal of nonsense
from them for tho sake of peaco.
Hawaiian Haraware Co.. L'a
By Jas. 2T. Morgan.
Hoavy Loss Sustained by tho Hono
lulu Cricket Club.
On Saturday night tho grand
stand at Makiki recreation ground
was burned down. It is supposed
to have been wantonly sot on lire by
hoodlums. Tho stand was in rathor
a dilapidated condition and was not
a beautiful object in tho landscape.
But the closets underneath tho seats
had beon renovated tho past season
by the Honolulu Cricket Club, and
contained all tho implements of tho
ganio owned by that body, including
practice nets, bats, balls, stumps,
pads and gloves. It will take fully
$150 to roplaco tho paraphernalia.
Thoro was no alarm given and it is
fortunate thoro was no wind to drive
burning embers upon valuable build
ings in the neighborhood. For many
years the matches of tho Hawaiian
Baseball Loaguo filled the benches
of tho grand stand now destroyed
with enthusiastic spectators. Since
tho organization of tho Hawaiian
Baseball Absociation as a corpora
tion two or threo years ago, with
grounds of its own, tho Makiki re
creation ground has boon abandon
ed to all-comers for practice of va
rious athletic games. Tho cricket
club latoly organized, however,
spout a good deal of money and
somo of its members' time in im
proving tho ground, aud thus iu a
mannor created a claim for prece
dence iu occupation which has not
boon disputed by other athletic
Mr. Ira P. Wotraoro, a promiuont
real estate agont of San Angolo,
Texas, has used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera, and Diarrha-a Remedy iu
his family for sovoral years as occa
sion required, aud always with por
foct success. Ho says: "1 liud it a
perfect euro for our baby when
troubled with colio or dysoutory. 1
now feel Hint my outfit is not com
pleto without a bottle of this Komody
at homo or ou a trip away from
iiumu. For talo by all doalois, lion
son, Smith k Co, Aguuts for tho
inunicants from sixty to
sovonty on oach occasion
Wray Taylor played the organ with
his usual ability at tho services of
A largo audience met in tho Roman
Catholic Cathedral yesterday, at
10:30 o'clock a. ra., to coloDrate
Christmas. It was estimated that
nearly 2000 people were present.
Tho Bishop of Panopolis, assisted
by tho clorgy, conducted tho ser
vice. The music of tho choir led by
the Rev. Father Valontyno, was
vigorous and enlivening. Instru
mental inusio was furnished by the
St. Louis College band, conducted
by Brother Francis. At tho close of
tho religious services in tho Cathe
dral many of the attendants in
spected tho recently constructed
representation of the Queen of Peaco
in the Cathedral yard.
At Central Union Church (Con
gregational) both of the regular ser
vices on Sunday took on a Christ
mas aspect. The cnoir renuerea
special music with fino voices aud
Saturday evening the Christmas
festival of tho Chiuoso mission con
ducted by Rov. F. W. Damon took
place, aud was as always a highly
interesting event. Mr. Damon also
superintended a Christmas tree for
tho Japanese Sunday school in
Queen Emma hall. In both places
the exorcises of tho kindergarten
classes were particularly bright
The Portuguese Prostestaut mis
sion Sunday school had an enter
tainment Saturday evening. Rov.
A. V. Soaros conducted tho exor
cises, and Dr. N. B. Emerson, super
intendent, with Misses Fornandoz
and Ferreira, teachers, mado tho
3'oungstors glad by tho distribution
of prizes and presents.
ai mo itaiim leper receiving sta
tion, tho little girls in tho homo for
children of leprous parents were not
forgotten. Thore aro eleven of them
under the care of tho good Sisters,
and thoy wore furnished by friends
with a grand Christmas tree.
RACES AT WAIALUA.
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, Jan. (5th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I will
sell at Public Auction, that Valua
ble Residence known as the
The Property has a frontage of 118 feet on
Kukui Street and is about
200 feet deep.
There is a Convenient
2-Story Dwelling House
Containing 10 Itoomy, Cottage and Out
houses on tho Lot. The Main House
contains 12 Kooius, Kitchen
and Bath. Also
1 2-Room Cottage!
1 1-Room Cottage!
Bath and Wash House outside,
Etc., Etc., Klu.
Place can he inspected on upplica-
List of the
With Timo in
Not a few loft town on Saturday,
going by way of tho Pali, to bo in
time to witness tho horse races at
Waialua on Christmas Day. Thoso
who wore so fortunato as to bo pre
sent on tho race-course woro reward
ed with somo very fine performances.
Tho races started with a three
eighth mile event, tho following bo
ms tho entries: Loilani, entered by
T. Gay; Tillie, by L. Warron; Mis
chief, by E. Halstoad. They covorod
tho distance in the aforomontiouod
order. Time, 40 seconds.
Tho noxt was a half-milo raco, tho
winner boing Kahuku Boy, entered
by "W. Rathburnj second, Kangaroo
Tom, by L. Warron; Joe D., by
Kapu Bros. Time, CI seconds.
Half-milo raco. Won by Vanguard,
Jr., entered by F. Halstoad; Kahuku
Liilii, by Kahuku Ranch, second.
Time, 5i seconds.
Aftor thoso events thoro woro sov
oral scrub races botween ranch
Tho final ovont was a quartor-milo
match botween Bushwaggor, ontored
by J. P. Clay, and Kangaroo Tom,
by Jj. Warron. Aftor a hotly con
tested match Bushwaggor came in
with a rush, winning by a neck.
Time, "JG1 seconds.
For rheumatism 1 have found
nothing equal to Chamberlain's Fain
Balm. It relievos tho pain as soon
as appliod. J. W. Young. West
Liberty, W. Va, Tho prompt relief
it affords is alono worth many timos
tho cost, CO cents. Its continued use
will effect a permanent cure. For
tmlo by all dealers. Boiison, Smith
& Co., agonts for tho Hawaiian
DECEMBER 2dth, 181)3.
Doors open 7:30. Commence at 8.
SPECIAL GRAND CONCERT BY THE
In aid of the Kawaiahao Church Fund,
LEADING LOCAL TALENT!
tlBEAT J-ROQIUMME IKCMJDIKCI IH1KTH:
"He Shall Feed His Floclr," (from the
"I Know a Bank."
To be eung by the MISSES ALBU.
MISS JULIE ALBU
Will sing "Robert, tol que J'aime" (Robert
"The Lost Chord," "AngoU Ever Bright
MISS ROSE ALBU,
"Good Night Beloved" (Balfo), "Llko no a
"Ruth, Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee"
(Gounod), and gems of Popular Music.
Organ and Pianoforte Accompanist,
42V-Ito3erved seats, $1; other partn, CO
cents. Plan and tickets at L. J. Levey's.
N. B. To prevent crowding at tho doors,
tickets for all parts on sale at L. J.
Levey's. M. L. M. PLUNKETT.
On and after tho 1st duy of January,
1891, tho storo known aB "KA MAILE"
will be closed out and bo retired from
business as fast as possible.
Cash will be exacted for all sales aftor
that date. Prices will be reduced on
Patrons nre requested to settle their
uccountH au rupldly a possible,
HltS. 0. E. B0ARDMAN,
INFORMATION IB WANTED AH TO
the whereabouts of
MANUEL UKOIlUi: HANNA,
u mitlvu of Hey rout, 8
ugu; mnrrlol. Anyone
vuii be found will u
VM. O. IRWIN A. CO. I.'i...
Deo. '.'.', W, (0ia-lw) Honolulu, II
Saturday, Dec. 23, 1803.
People who have been
guessing at the result of the
political crisis are at liberty to
It is almost a day after the
fair to call your attention to
Christmas goods, but like the
ladder of feme there is always
room at the top, so there is
yet time to remind the people
that we have a stock of the
handsomest lamps ever im
ported to this country. A few
years ago the style ran to
wrought iron; this was follow
ed by polished brass and nickel
stands. This year the fashion
changes again to wrought iron
and the designs we show you
are the very latest conceits of
New York -Manufacturers. The
same idea is carried out in the
banquet lamps which, with the
handsome silk shades that go
with them, are truly artistic.
We ask your inspection of
these goods feeling confi
dent you will approve of our
Agreeably with fall in the
price of sugar we have import
ed a number of small, low
priced silver pieces admirably
adapted to the wants of people
who wish to make handsome,
at the same time inexpensive
presents. These goods com
prise, Knife- Rests, Salts and
Peppers, small Breakfast Cas
tors, sets of Individual Butters
with Knives, Tilting Pitchers,
Salad Bowls in hammered sil
ver, Nut Cracks, Drinking
Cups, Flasks and improved
Cocktail and Lemonade Mix
ers. These articles malce a
beautiful showing and are very
cheap. For holiday gifts noth
ing will be appreciated more
by the recipient.
Another word about lamps:
Last year, about Christmas
time, we received three very
pretty little lamps which may'
have been intended for night
lamps or for sewing by, they
were good enough for any
purpose for which lamps are
used and handsome enough
to be used as ornaments. We
kept them twenty minutes.
This year we imported a half-
dozen more and unless the
taste of the public has changed
they won't remain with us very
long. The designs are rather
handsomer than those of last
year and the price a shade
lower; the times demand it
and we're up with the times,
often a few days ahead.
To come down to the actual
every day necessities of life
but which are suitable for
Christmas gifts what's the
matter with a filter? A few
weeks ago " Punch" published
a cartoon illustrating a man
and woman debating the sub
ject of hard times at this sea
son, and the husband's inabil
ity to make suitable Christmas
gifts. " It's hard times we're
having, Peggy, and I'll agree
no to make you a nnstmas
gift if you'll no make me one."
As the money would all
have to come out of the hus
band's pocket he made a
double saving by the opera
tion. To those men who wish
to follow, not too closely, the
plan suggested by Punch's
cartoon we would advise the
purchase of some article like a
set of Haviland China, a Filter
or a Range which would be of
service to all the family. We
have the articles and we feel
certain we can give the public
Anhouser-Busoh Browing Co.
"Wins the Prize at the
"World's Pair with their
"EAG-LE" Brand Beer.
Sr. Lone, Oct. 23, 1893.
Maufaiu. ne & Co., L'd.,
iionoiuiu, ii, l.
Pear Sir?: We have mailed you n copy
of tho O lobe-Democrat announcing tho great
victory won by tho Aniiuushr-Husch Asso
ciation with thiir "EAGLE" Brand of
SEK-RUSCH BREWING AHRO.
(Special despatch to Globe-Democrat.)
Wont.n's Fair, Chicago, III., Oct. 20.
No award has ever been mado so gratifying
to St. Louis people and so justlv meritod
as tho ono civon to-day by tho Columbian
noissours and chemists of tho higheut rank,
to tho Anheuser-Busch Brewing Associa
tion. By methods of unrivalled hnslnos?
cntorpriso. and by using tho best matoriol
firoduced in America and Europe, ozclad
ng corn and other adulterants or surro
gates, tho different kinds of tho Anhensor
Busoh beer havo becomo tho favorites with
tuo American peorlo, and havo now con
quorcd tho highest award in overy particu
lar, which had to bo considered by tho
Columbian jury. Tho high character of
tho award givon to-day by tho jurors will
bo better understood when It is known that
tho different beers exhibited by tho An-hcusor-Busch
Brewing Association hod to
compete with hundreds of tho most excel
lent displays of other brewors. Tin fact
that no other concern has rcceiv;d so
many points for tho various essential qual
ities of good beor confirms anow the 'inn's
reputation as tho leader of all Awerican
beers, and Mr. Adolphus Bnsch cin feel
proud over this resultso justly nierred.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner JEfort So Hotel Stvoots.
Toys of Every Description !
Holiday $ Xmas Goods !
EST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
fill Lead flu Market in low Prices I
My $6, $8.50
fi The abovo Is a Fac-slmllie of the
Label or the "EAGLE" Brand which took
the Prize. ,
K5- In ordering this Beur be sure to
oik for tho "EAGLE" Brand.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
89d-tf AqenU for Hauaiian Islands
I AM OFFERINO A VERY LA.UCE STOCK OP
K .A. 1ST ID :E E 3FL 0 13. 1 HS F S
For Ladle, Gontlomen and Children at Low Prices.
SPECIAL At lGc-a fino lino of Ladies' Emhroided Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPEOIAIi At 35c Gents' Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPECIAL-At 12J4C.-105 dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchlofi.
ttf" My Co., 10c, 12J4e.( 15 and lGJc. Ladles' Handkerchiefs aro tho best values
offered in the market (immense assortment to select from).
Extra Value in Hosiery for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children 1
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hobo at 315 Dozen 1
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will he offered at Lower Prices than over before.
My $4 Suito reduced to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.75.
and $7.50 Suits (Knee Pants) roducod to $5.
Iu Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
Hy $1 Knco Pants roducod to 65c. My $2, $2.25 and $2.50
Rneo Pants reduced to $1.50
ZBoy's "Waists sit So.
In WhitP and Fancy Perealo with Back and Front Pleated and Lnirfee
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette !
Fall Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By tho "Australia" dne here noxt Saturday I will r? celvo a Large Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
New Novelties In Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes 1
VS I I3ST"VITE I3STSIE!OTI02Sr a
Aio jubt in leccipt of large importa
tions by their iron barks "Paul
I bcnborg" and "3 . C. Pflugcr,"
and by a number of ves
sels from America.
Consisting of a largo and complete
Coruor Fort aaA Hotel St&, - Honolulu, H.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
iydiiuy, 87 yearn ol
knowlnu where he
confer a favor by mm-
Vienna and Iron Garden Furnilme,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American Sc European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Greabc,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soda,
Filterprees Cloth, Twine,
Bags, Market Baskets,
DcmijohnE, Etc., Etc.
Roofing Slates, Firebricks,
Sheet Zinc, Shoot Lead,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
It, It. Materials,
Stcol Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Golden Gate, Diamond, Sperry's, Mer
chants mid Eldorado
Do not forget that wo have
a Choice Line of Suit
able Goods, consist
ing in part of
The Finest Perfumes in All Sizes
FROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
and OonaTo Sots,
Kodaks, Etc., E3to.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BpreclceU' Block,
807 FQBT STREET.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5SS Fort Street, - - Honolulu, H. I.
On tho most Liberal Terms it I
Lowest li ices by
H Mackfcld & Co.
LOVBJOY &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THE SALE OV
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City,
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Gal., U, S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, liich and Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jleliable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks.
. MT"Tbett Goods nruUuurmitcml Kli.st-tluss In uvory rtmut ami uro olliirud lor
salo lit Very ltoasonnblu Vrlcos. K)7-3m
Muiwr. TuLEraoNu 803 Post Office liox 1!J7