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lu gniJy UHin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Ettablithed for the Benefitof All.
THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1891.
Puck, in nn nrliclo reprinted from
its spicy page9 to-day, gets neatly
to the collar of tho venomous par
tiian papers of tlio Republican
party, for their too previous attacks
on President Cleveland on the
ground of what they only guessed
was to be his line of action in Ha
waii, but what events proved was
not in his mind at all.
REPLY OF PRESIDENT SOLE.
President Dole's reply to tho
United Statos Qovorumoul's requost
for tho relinquishment of power by
tho Provisional Government to tho
Quoen is publishod by tho Adver
tiser. It occupies a little moro thau
100 inches of brovier typo in lougth.
As it had already bcou known that
tho answer was a refusal, there is up
news iu tho reply. Its liistory, argu
ment, and declarations of iutontious
of tho Provisional Government con
tain nothing that tho public has
not grown tired of reading and hear
ing for the past oleveu months.
Disappointment is expressed at tho
detenniuation of tho united btates
Administration not to again submit
tho treaty of annexation to Con
gress. At tho same timo it is de
clared that tho Provisional' Govern
ment will continue tho project of
political union with tho United
Statos as a conspicuous fealuro of
its foroign policy. Then tho Prosi
dontoutwrs into ajong argument
against tho right of 'tho United
Statos Government to interforo with
tho internal affaire of Hawaii. Ho
denios that tho Provisional Govern
ment had ovor submitted tho ques
tion of its right to exist against tho
claim of tho Quoon to tho arbitra
tion of tho United Statos, and claims
that tho mutually friendly recep
tions of Ministers iroin each olhor
by tho different couutrios confirm
and establishes tho recognition by
" tho United Statos of thb Provisional
Government's sovoroign authority iu
and ovor tho Hawaiian Islands. Tho
proved advico of Mr. Damon, now n
roombor of tho Executive, while a
member of tho Advisory Council,
givon to tho Quoon that sho surren
der uuder protest is ropudiatod by
the President as novor having boon
reported to tho Provisional Govern
ment and in no way binding upon
it. Mr. Dole, howovor, quotes tho
lottor of protest by tho Queen to
President Harrison, and tho formal
protest of the Queou and her Cabi
net made whon, "yielding to tho su
perior forco of tho Unitod States of
America," sho declared:
Now to avoid any collision of arm
nd forces and perhaps tho loss of
life. 1 do under this protest and im
pelled by said force, yield my nuth
I ority until such timo as tho Govern
ment of tho Cnited States shall, up
on tho facts being iirosouted to it,
undo tho'aution of ittt representative
and reinstate mo in tho authority
which r claim as tho constitutional
xovordlgn of tho Hawaiian islands.
President Dolo informs Minister
Willis that tho Provisional Govern
ment had never roceived any oflicinl
information of President Cleveland's
claim to interfere iu tho iutoruul
affairs of this rouulry until such had
boon presented by himself on Do
uamhor U, and not until tho publi
cation of Mr. Qresbam'ri letter to
the President of tho United States
on tho Hawaiian question had they
any reliablo intimation of such a
policy. This statement of very
cloudy relations botweeu tho two
Goverumouts is hardly a suitable
buttress to tho provious argumout
of Mr. Dole that tho Unitod States
Government had unreservedly con
coded tho sovoroign authority of tho
Provisional Government. Tho facts
related rather hIiow that nothing
moro than its recognition as a do
fncto government was desired for
the time being to bo accorded to
the Provisional Government by the
Unitod States Government. Mr. Dolo
goes on to attack tho investigation
and report of Mr. Blouut iu a innu
ner familiar to readers of the auuox
atiou press. Ho then claims that if
it were true that tho Amoricau forces
illegally assisted tho revolutionists
in tho establishment of tho Provi
sional Government, that Govern
ment was not responsible for their
wrong-doing. This is just about tho
position President C'levelaud takes.
Ho holds tho Amoricau Government
responsible aud therefore bound iu
all honor to repair tho wrong. Tho
remaindor of tho reply, up to tho
conclusion, is a historical argument
of tho rightfulness of tho revolu
tion, much of tho same nature as
Minister Thurston's protest made at
Having informed Minister Willis
"that tho Provisional Goverumoutof
tho Hawaiian Islands respectfully
and unhesitating by docliues to en
tertain tho proposition of tho Presi
dent, of tho, United States that it
should 'Surrender its authority to
tho ox-queen," President Dolo concludes;
This answer is mado not only upon
tho grounds hereinbefore sot forth,
but upon our sonso of duty aud
loyalty to tho bravo men whoso
commission wo hold, who havo faith
fully stood by us in tho hour of trial
and whoso will is tho only earthly
authority wo recognize. Wo cannot
betray tho sacred trust they limo
placed in our hands, a trust which
represents the cause of Christian
civilization iu tho interests of tho
whole people of these islands.
This assumption of tho few to re
present tho interests of tho many,
by virtue of position secured by out
side force and maintained by mer
cenary force, will hardly commend
itself to American ideas of govern
ment by tho people themselves. The
reference to Christian chilizalion
may suggest to the Amoricau Gov
eminent as a Scotch paper at our
baud in effect suggests a rather
oxtensixo field at homo for tho ap
plication of tho doctrine of force.
Besides soothing corruption, glaring
social infamies and gross supersti
tion iu their cities, tho Americans
have u widespread reign of lynch
law aud n -.caudalous prevalence of
Iraiu robbories, which may as well
bo attended to before assuming to
wield tho Mohammodau like sword
of tho Lord intho Hawaiian Island",
which nt tho worst of thoir political
confusion wore nblo to present ono
of tho most peaceful and orderly
communities iu tho world under
conditions of mixed population not
tho most favorable.
Rogular Qonoral Session of tho Exo
cutlvo and Advisory Councils.
Tho weekly gotiernl session of tho
Executive and Advisory Councils
took place this afternoon. Council
lor Allen in tho chair, with whom
wore present: Ministers King, De
mon and Smith; Councillors Wilder.
Walorhouse, Tonnoy, Eua, Enitiiu
luth, Morgan, Young, Sulir, Nott,
Dolte and Meudonca.
Secretary Itodgors read tho min
utes of last mooting.
Ministor Smith, under tho head of
"petitions." prosoutod tho resigna
tion of his position as Vice-Presi-dont
by Mr. Hatch on account of
contemplated departure from tho
Mr. Watorhouso reported from tho
committeo on resolution . to have
created tho1 office of appraiser of
customs, roc'ommondiug that tho
proposal should bo carried into
Mr. Tonnoy asked it a new act
was not required.
Ministor Damou replied that tho
ofllco coald bo provided for under
the Appropriation Bill, and it was
thought not best to make it statutory
On motion pf Mr. Young tho re
port was adopted.
Ministor Smith prosoutod a peti
tion and resolution of tho Amoricau
Loaguo signod by T. 1). Murray,
presidont, and Charles F. Murdoch,
secretary asking that Waller G.
Smith, editor of tho Star, should bo
appolntod to tho Advisory Council
ou tho rotiromont of Mr. Hatch. Tho
Attornoy-Gouoral said there was no
vacaiioy iu tho Advisory Council,
aud tho petition might bo (lied until
a vacancy occurred. This was done.
MinlsterTJamnu road tho weekly
fiuaucial statement as follows:
KlIVMIIAI. HTATUHe.NtV.tnlI ruu
Ksfumi Jamuamc n. 101.
Current tit-cuiml balance Dec.
.s 2IJ.:ilJ n7
rhlnoe purport. .
J7.VJM I i
2,HJ0 I' I
fi.'ile of CliA'cuiuitiit bonds
t.'row ii laml
Tolul treasury balance k nljovc
Civil l.lt, Permanent Settle
incuts and Legislature- $
Department Foreign Altalr
Salaries and ineldoutulx
llureau of Survey
Itejjbtry of Conveyance
llureau of Immigration. .
llureau of 1'ubllu Work . .
Hoard of Health
Interest. . .
Attorney General's Dept
General Expenses Provisional
Koad taxes to special duiioslt
Bcliool taxes " ' ,
Expenses placing loun, ISO...
I Ifll ."I
I. CIS -M
1'aymeut under Kectlon I
date .. .
1 2SI.320 .Vi
f 2,0.17,200 0(1
Treasury notes . .
Due i: B. UanU aud I.
P. K. IH.NK MBMO.
Notices this date of with
drawals maturing Janu
ary, February and March Ml.uiO ou
Cash on hand . ... 21,023 XI
I'llOVlUlO.NAL OOVEII.NMK.NT UCMO.
Kxienen Provisional Govern
ment to date t l8l,:ilft in
This amount cover all expense inrlud
ini military and Iteina not nppropriiited
by the lant Legislature.
MEMO CASH IN THDASIIU.
OiitntaudlnB cortlllcates t .'SI.ij.nj imi
CertlllcateH withdrawn fro'm
ulrculatioii and depositud
for nafu keojiliiK 2,WJ0 Ul
Cash lu treasury to redeem nil
outstandlliK certllleutos 2SI,0uu Uj
Total amount cerllllcntui ... !H2,(juo m
C'nh on hand 1'ostal Saving'
llrnk 21,023 33
Bnlnrre o credit of -J Itosnl
Hunt .- In trcn-ttry H,250 SO
Dnlanco to credit o( rk'huol
llonrd In treasury .... lf,&2! 48
Available c.n-li, current ac
count .. . 227,095 5t
DiMM'tinx. nl uivounl from ml-
vaiH'ci in ; mii iiiiui . .
Duo current ai- Hint from ad
to l'otnl Saving
20.' 0 (0
Aid ihU'cn'5 llointtal
l!cialr Inotuit Avlum
Diamond Head Signal Station
Korest- atiJ nur-erlc?
K.l)vne n( election
Honolulu Klrc Department
(itnird lto:il Mau"leiuu
1'ui'U'- grim in I
( iiin ' lil.lr-,1 n , , i
is. Jin u
Minister Smith from llio F.xoeti
tivo reported that tho itnestigalion
into tho loyalty of Government olli
oials had been resumed.
Mr. Waterhouso Kokuu!
Minister Smith proposed Hint a
succo'sor to Mr. I'. M. Hatch as
Vice President should bo choson.
Mr. W. C. Wilder waq uomiuntod.
Ho arose as tho voto was about to bo
taken anil satd ho regretted that
Mr. Hatch had felt it his duty lu re
sign llio ollii'o. iuio ho would
luiu'h piofer that hoiuo other mom
bor should bo cliOMtu htill, if the
Council iui.tml upon his election,
ho should do his bost to fulfil tho
duties of tho office.
A motion to cast a single ballot
for Mr. ilder carried unanimously,
and ho being declared elected took
tho chair. Mr. Hatch, who arrived
a few minutes firoviously, had not
taken tho proidmg sent.
Minister Smith introduced an act
to create tho position of Minister of
Foreign Affairs apart from that of
President, lleforred to Judiciary
The same Ministor moved that
action ou tho report of tho special
committee on tho Hoard of Lduca-
tiou, presented nt tho provious
meeting, bo deferred until tho noxt
Mr. Emmeliith did not see any
need of deferring action. Tho mat
ter could nt lwil bo discussed. It
had hung lire long enough.
Mr. Young said a very good rea
son for postponing action was tho
nbsonco of the President, who had
taken nu active part in tlio consi
deration of tho question.
Minister Damon thought some ac
tion should bo taken on tho resigna
tion of tho Hoard.
Mr. Watorhouso moved the mem
bers of tho Hoard bo requested to
net until their miccossor were ap
Vlco-Prcsideiit Wilder Will n
now net bo required to appoint tho
Minister Damou replied that tho
appointment would lie with tho Pre
sident under tho old law.
The Councils adjourned.
1'utition for Guardianship Decision
ou Waiknpu Fartltion.
Paul Fried rich August Fillers pe
titions that .1. F. llnckfeld bo ap
pointed guardian of tho property
and estate of his two minor sons
Paul .lohnuii Friedrich and Hoiurich
Wilhelm Fillers- -so that certain
sums of money amounting to be
tween six and won thousand dol
lars, to which tho said minors are
entitled, may be collected.
Chief .liiMire .ludd has rendered
llio following decision on tho report
of tho commNsiouors for partition
in the Hawaiian Commercial & Su
gar Co. vs. tho Waikapu Sugar Co.:
Tho report of tho three commis
sioners appointed to partition tho
laud owned as tenants iu common
between them iu equal shares was
lilcd on tho .Mh December last. Ex
ception to it was taken by tho re
spoudiMit Tho report slums that
the couiitii loners carefully cou
hidured tho whole mattor. visited the
oitato to bo divided, mid arrived nt
conclusions that seemed to them to
liajiutnnil equitable to hoUtparlioH.
Until parties presented ovidonco bo
fori mo iu tlio shape of oral testi
mony and written nllidavitf. With
out reviewing tho report or the ovi
donco submitted iu detail, 1 am of
opinion that tho oNcoplion to the
report is not Miitniucd, mid that tho
report should bo approved, and thnt
the partition therein advised should
bo mado Deoree accordingly. F.
M. Hatch fornlniiitill; A.S.Harlwell
and ('. V. Abhford for defendant.
On .ludgo Whiting's taking the
beiieh as a substitute for Justice
I'' i oar, yesterday, to hear tho Han
niug ontato matter, ho stated that ho
him-iolf had had connection with the
casn and suggested that he was dis
qualified. The remainder of tho
Com t eonoiirring, Cecil Ilrown, bar
rister. w3 called to tho bench and
took lii'i seat after recess.
Mr. Hartwell stated tho case and
said it was an appeal from tho order
and decree of Judge Cooper in tho
Mr. Hatch moved to dismiss tho
appeal on the uround Hint no final
decision had been rendered by tho
Tho Court, uftor retiring for con
sultation, returned and rendered an
oral decision (written decision to bo
tiled later), dismissing the appoal ou
tho ground that tho case was not
finally adiudicaled and therefore
uDt appealable. Hartwell aud Kin
ney for Mrs. Banning and H. ll.Hau
niug; Hatch for W. F. Allen, admin
istrator. WAQIIIiraTON ALL BIOHT.
Tho Victim ot Mrs. King's Wrath
(Joy,'o Wusliiugtou, tlio colored
Kont who Yi'as Htruul; on tliu lioad
with n niukaxi) by Mr. Vina Kiiifr,
a t'oli'iod tvumnii, on Now Year's
ilny, ii fail improving and it is bo
liovud will bu nblo to bo out iu a
very fow d.in. Tlio wound which ho
rocoivod Ims lu'n'iin to html and ho is
rocuiviuu; tho bust of inodiual aid at
tho (jucoii'h Ilospitnl. Wasliinglon,
butnt; a boxor of nott. hni riu'oivod
somo very hard knocks in tho head,
although none so hard as tho ono ho
got on New Year's day.
His assailant was released on bail
yesterday morning. Sho evidently
does notsooni at all put out ovor tho
affair, but talks as if tho man de
served it. She says ho gavo her a
"licking" and sho reciprocated.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
CASH SALE !
FKIDAY, JAN. Gth, 1894
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
at tm Halesrootus, 1 will sell at Public
Ready Hade Clothing
.TAPAXKSKOOOPS . . .
Perfumery . .
P.0M.S OK MATTIXU.
. . Tailors Goods
Diagonals, Tweeds, also.
I Itluel: Mule, 1 'renin Colored Mule.
Jas. F. Ldoreaxi,
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, Jan. (5th
AT 12 O'CLOOK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I will
?ell at Public Auction, that Valua
ble itesldcnce known as the
l'rnticrty lias a IronUco of 118 feet en
Kulail Street and
JUO roct deep.
There Is a Convenient
2-Story Dwelling House
Containing 10 Kooms, CottaRO and Out-
linurun ou tlio lot. The Main Home
conlalni 12 nooiui, Kltclieu
and Datli. Alio
1 2-Room Cottage 1
1 1-Room Cottage 1
'W'nih 'Hoilfc outside,
I'lacii nan lie liiineotcd on annllea-
Jaa, F. 2Corseixif
NOTICE l hereby Riven that the undrr
nlKtied has been duly appointed ad
mlnUtrator ol the lands of ray wile and
niynelf tltuatcd In Uliuo, Kauai, and at
Kamakela, Honolulu, Oahn. All paymenU
must be made to the mideralftnod.
022-2w HEN I It. NAMAKAOKKAHI.
W1M. the person who took a parivl
(rum the Golden ltule llaxajir eon
lalnliiK a pleco ot cloth, plra-o return tlm
kame and receive their own parcel routaln
Idr Hllk Handkerchiefs, etc.
Ii22t V. V. ItBYNOhDS.
Al.ADV'B OOI.D WATCH WITH COU
Chain, Kev Winder. A liberal re
ward will be paid ou return to tills oilier.
YirA.NTKD A MAN WHO IS A DKAI)
V T "hot to kill eats, must have a pro-
vtiius record of at least 1)0 cats a day.
ply to J. C. Qulnn, or ring up 200,
I'NITKD UAUKIAOK CO., tlio I
t-.iiiin-u uarriagn to. in mo cuy.
Sailors' Home Society.
'pilK ADJODUNKD ANNUAL MKKT
L inn of tlio Jlouolnlu Ballorn' Homo
U....1. ... ...Ill l.bA ..I.... .... I.'IIIIIAV
tlm 5ili Inst., at 11 a. iu., at the rooniH of
the Cliamlier of Com in tree. A full attend
mice of member of that Kociety li ru
IVrorder V. A. HCIIAKKKlt,
Hirtinlulu, Jan. 2, KM. trJQ-'Jt
VTOTICK ltf 1IBKKUY
XI the uiiUcrsiKiieu.Hiiuu tuiikdc
this day xold his Interest In thn ury goodx
store, together with the lease
of the laud and bulMlncs sltuato in Ho-
iiolulu.ou thocornernf Jierotanla and Pen
acola streets, to Till JCeu of tho aame place,
niwi i lie kuou win 01 tnn nusinest uereio-
foro turned ou by him at said stand
UIII1KI 'rltK.'(l I
Jan. 2, 1S1II.
rpiIE UNDKUSIQNED IB PHKPAUED
X to make all kinds of Tombstone Kail
iuus, Hammered Iron Work, etc., etc.
Kitliiiatc ou application.
Union Btrcet, nt Sterling's Paint Hliop.
Int; of Sitting Jtoom
and f.o JledroouiD, fur
nisiicd or uiifurnlshed with
tiathroom aim Stable. A short distance
front tOYWi. No objection. Apply at the
11UM.KTIN OUlce. 020-31
A FEW JtOOMB, KUlt
uished or unfurnished.
Cool location. Ten min
utes walk from PostOnlce.
Also Qtabio and uarrlaue House, inquire
at UUIt. OERT. bHOK STOHK,
wio-lt Port Btrect
FRANK TOZU OA TOZER.
1li:asi: cam, at w. o. ihwin it
L Co. (Ltd). Important Information
uwalts you. U10-lw
HONOLULU OEIOKET CLUB.
rpili: BBMI-ANNUAL MKETINU OK
JL tlio Honolulu Cricket Chili will lu lIl
at I lu. Hawaiian Hotel, cm WKDNKBUA.Y,
Jan. 10, Ib'JI, at 7:1)0 v, M. . Hy order.
It. I,. AUBRHACH,
HID til Hnwtnry.
Hawaiian HMrai) Go., LI
Saturday, Dec. 30, 1803.
Metaphorically speaking the
world stands to-day on the
ragged skirts of the old year
and, in a perturbed state of
mind, contemplates the possi
bilities and probabilities of
1894. The commercial disas
ters which befel the United
States during the past twelve
months wero of a character to
make the merchant; every
where, careful as to his pur
chases as well as his sales.
The banker who watched the
"cent per emt" promissory
notes of his customers blos
som, left them to the receivers
to pluck the fruit.
As usual, for hard times has
had no visible ettcct upon us,
wc start the year with a large
assortment of handsome goods
as well as serviceable articles.
We can give you a plow a
Hendry Breaker that is both
handsome and serviceable in
the eyes of the plantation
manager, but which would be
unattractive to the lady who
sees more beauty in one of
our piano lamps. Our stock
is selected to suit people in all
classes of society from the 400
down, but the quality in each
class is the best, and that is
the reason that every article
we sell gives perfect satisfac
tion,. The invoice of lamps we re
ceived just a little late for
Christmas included some very
handsome ones, perhaps the
prettiest wc have ever had,
and do just as well after the
holidays as any other time;
and the silver ware looks just
as well on the table. The idea
that a man should buy for his
home such articles as these on
a certain day, or at some spe
cial season is a mistake; his
wife will enjoy them at any
Last week: wc sent to tue
homes of three prominent Ho
nolulu people, Fischer steel
ranges. From two of them
we have reports mat tneir
meals have been b.tter cook
ed than ever before, and the
amount of fuel required for
the service less. 1 he ranges
we now sell you are made of
steel, just double the thickness
of any we have ever sold; this
means years of continued good
health to the stove. People
who have traveled on dining
cars in the United States will
understand the value of the
Fischer range when we tell
them that it is the one used
there. People here who have
the services of inferior cooks
will appreciate the value 01 a
Fischer range once they have
eaten a meal cooked on one
of these stoves. Compared
with the time they last, they
are cheaper than four ordinary
The Locked Fence is king
among fences, ami wc are the
sole agents for these Islands,
Like a good many other things
we sell you they last too long
to be profitable to any one but
the purchaser, bteel every
where lasts longer than wood!
Then why should not the
spring stays used in building
a locked fence outlast a wood
en post? As to strength,
there's no comparison; you
could turn loose a herd of
prize bullocks against the
Locked fence and not weaken
it, it's built with a view to re
sist the attacks of any number
of wild cattle. Its adoption by
plantation owners here is as
certain as anything can be, be
cause every one of them wants
to economize in every way
possible. There is no easiesr
way than this.
A weather prophet tells us
that the next summer will be a
dry one. If he is correct it
means a big business to us in
the way of Aermotors, and
the people who have had trou
ble during the past year in ob
taining water, had better pro
fit by the suggestion and dig
wens. iJiu tunnuiui win
force the water anywhere once
you find it.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite tipruukela' Ulouk,
!U7 FORT STRETCT.
Corner fort &b
I IJ12CJ TO IXFOTCM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH Of JANUARY.
BIG 1NDU0EMENTS m
AVill 1m; nlToivil io the Fitblie
.... I AM OrTKKIXG NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only.
Boys' Cambric and Pianette Waists
Elegant A.isurlinciil of
.liiHt lioeeiwd hy lint "Ainlralin" i Largo Stock of
To lie sold for oxk wkkic only at 10c., 12ic lie. and IGJc.
per yard, flood worth 25c. a yard.
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from 1.00 to 75 cents.
Err C3 T r (" "H3
XI J"X -LJ JL xl ,
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Houolnla, H. 1.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
that we have
a unoicu Jjiiic 01 ami
able Goods, constat
ing iu part of
t ! 1
Tte Finest Perfumes in All Sizes
I'ROM TI1E M'ADIXU LADOUATOKIEM.
Brusli clxicX Comb Sets,
Kodaks, Etc., Eto.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
B.'-"3 Port Stvoot, - - - Honolulu., H. I.
X-,ov":E3:roY &. oo.
No. 19 Nuuanu Stroot, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
i-'on Tin: s.m.i: or
C. Cai'ty & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sum" Wine C, liars, Nupa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lugor Beer,
Sun Jose, Cm., . . A.
Dallematul & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Amvrku'ii Finest Production, Jlivh ami M?lluiv.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
- Uniform mid itt liable .
Scott & Gilborl's "Sassafras" Sour,"
-The Pfimr of Snininrr Drinl.J.
Thut-u UooiIh nic Uiiiinuiiivil
alu nt Very lti'imiimllu l'rli-ea.
Mutoai. TnixruiKii: IIOS -
:uxl it will pay you to trade at
Colow at 20 Ccn( Each.
1'ii.I - i'I.ihj In cvrrs' luauuit uml
.nu iiiluruil for
-IW Omui: Ilox lfl"