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VOL. VII. NO. 938.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, .JANUARY 2, 18'.) I.
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LEWER8 & COOKE,
I III TORT It R AND DlCALKRS IN LVMHKR AND
ALL KINDS Of HlULDINO MATKRtAM.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD A CO.,
Oknkral Commission Aiiknts.
Corner Kort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
JNO. B. SMITHIES,
AUCTlnNIKRANUOKSXRAI. llUNINKSS AfllNT.
Malnikona, Koliala, Hawaii.
Attornky-at-Law ami Notary J'l'ni.u'.
No. l.'i Kaahuiiiauii St., Hoimlulu.
MANUrArriMIINtl JlCWKLKR AND WATCH'
Kukul Jewelry a siieclalty. Particular
utlentluii paid to all kinds of repairs.
Mc.lneruy Illock, Fort Street.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
Tbe Only Collection of Island Vlewi.
O. B. RIPLEY,
Complete pluns and specifications
drawn and careful superintendence o! eon
stntctlon given when required. Call and
examine plans. Nhw designs. Modern
Hiilldlng". Oillee.: Sutn Deposit llulldlng
lupttuirs. Mutual Tnlepliout) "J(ft.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Htkam Kniiinks, Suuar .Mii.ix, Boii.iirh,
Coolkks. Iron, Drabs, ani Lkau
Machinery of Kvery Description Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
iJlautdimithlug. Job Work executed at
W. S. LUCE,
Wine & Spirit Merchant
CAMPBELL FIREPROOr' BLOCK,
Merchant St., : : Honolulu.
I IIST HltOWN AT TIIK AlllUMANU
tl Itaiich, a iiholeii growth of
New England Sorghum Seed
For sale In lots o suit, by
m. G. IRWIN & CO.
UKKKK KOK BALK
ALKX. CROSS t RONS'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
We are also prepared to take orders for
Messrs. N. Olilcmclt Ac Co.'b
Insuring prompt delivery.
av .u,9 la n Biiiiriiiii a unit wil, i:wu
smiling less plginent than Llueed Oil, mid
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier It givi's n splendid tloor
TI.U I. ..! II..1... Mil ......
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Cornod Boef
PARArrtNC PAINT co.'s
Compounds, Rooting & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboet' Diamond, Enamol ft Ever
Kspeclally designed for Vacuum I'aiu.
Lilt Hj and
Hartford Fire Insnranco Co.,
London k Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Win. 6. Irwin & Co.
Wiu. Q. Irwlu,
W. M. dlllard, .
Theo, U. Porter
President and Manager
. . . . Vln-l'rcHlileut
Secretary and Treasurer
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FKANOIKCO, UAL,
C. BREWER & CO.
J.O. Carter .
K. F. Illsliop.
W. K. Allen
(ihas. M. Cooke
esideut and Manager
H. HACKFELD & CO.
SOL 10 AGHXTK
FOU THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
llrcwed liv list- Aliheiler-ltueh Drew
tug Association of St. l.ouK
-A ND OK THK-
Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
LAHUK HHII'.MKNTs Jt .ST TO HANI)
AND lOlt SALK IIY
H. HACKFELD & GO.
All kinds In iiuy quantity Innu n
bag tii a Ion.
From one b:ig to any cpmnllty.
In Lit. lengths ii nd Sawed or Spilt,
from n b.ig tunny quantity; nNo
WIUTNJ& HLACrc SAND
Botween Alakoa and Richards Streets.
rpilK UXDKUSIONKD AIIK IMtB
X. pareil to make all kinds of Iron,
llruxs, Jlronre, 'Ana, Tin and l'iid Cast
liigt. Also n General Itepulr Shop for
Steam Kugines. Itlco Mills, Com Mill.,
Wutur VVliicU. Wind Mlllx.etc. Maclilues
for tht Cleaning of Coll'ee, Cantor Oils.
Deans, Itamlc, Sisal, Pineapple U-avet and
other Kihrous I'Iiiiiin and l'aHr Stock.
Also Machines for Kxtracting Starch from
thc Miiuloo, Arrow limit, etc.
tW All orders promptly attended to
WHITE, RITMAN & GO.
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Waikiki. : : : : Honolulu.
n,-thrr i7, lXkf.
hiiiimc tlriiif melt iilihiiihimiol (liimji
tin Imrlji tctHttij, ijidrl, purr air, rl&irirti
tiutrr, yoiu J'ihhI tiwl lintinilt iini'it Ilium
nut lirfmt hit ryrt tetttj rtmiitij mrt thr I'uri
fir inul the ilittiiiit hillt uf Witiumie, I rtcnni'
mrmt linn rnnliiitlii tn thr "45oi Swirl."
IttiM'MV l.nllS MWKXii'tX
T. A. SIMPSON,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and Coffee
AT ALL HOWLS.
TUE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HANI).
H. J. UOLTE, Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- AND -
O. J. Wallor, . . . Mn linger.
A I'lllsT.l'I.AsS FAMILY IIAI'IIIMi
il lll'nrl in Uulklkl r,iiiiii.ar h
llll' Ifllle. Hlu-i'lal iirmiii.Ki, inula .Mil
Iilinle tor I'limilv I'it'lliu. illld Kvelllllg
llatliini; Parties. ' W.H tl
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
lie ilue at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for tlie iiov rt with
Malls and t'asseligers on or about that date.
For 8ydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San f-'rauclsco,
ou or about
And will have prompt despatch
Malls and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared to Issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
For further particulars reirarilliu
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN ft CO., Ltd.,
i-in General Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Hon. lulu
from H. F.
Jan. 'SI. .
March 'Jl. .
May III . .
June Di . .
for S. F.
... May si
.. June SI
From San rrancleo
From Sydney for
Han I- .'auclhvo.
MONOWAI. Fell. Iftl
ALAMKDA. Feb. S
ALAMKDA. Feb. T ' MAItlPOMA. Mar. .s
MAKIPOSA.Apr. IJ MONOWAI, Aiir. :.
JIOMIWAI, May Illi ALAMKDA, May :i
ALAMKDA, June 7 I MAItlPOSA, MavSI
MAIIIPOSA, July .1 MONOWAI. Juliet
MONOWAI, Aug. -.', ALAMKDA, July Si I
.i..i.u.i'., .ug,.iu I .M.iuriin., Aiig.i
MAItlPO.SA.hept.T , MONOWAI, Sept. SJ
MONOWAI Oct. S, ALAMKDA
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR !
Large Fat Cornfed Turkeys!
C. W. MACFARLANE.
NoTWIY Prill. K', I'ol.l.H'TOH M (KSI':I.
lllIM.. Am. NT.
Mlb-agent for heveriil of the ltet I'I III.
INKl'ltANiK COM PA NIKS.
Mutual Telephone, , p. I). Ilox V.
Mer.liant Street, Honolulu.
K. A. .IAC01JSOX,
Watcii.makkh ank .Fi:vi:i.i:i
:ttt Fori Mieet, Honolulu, II. I.
, O. Ilox L'.S7. Miltu.il 'J'ele.
AVM. DA VIES,
UltJliKI! : AND ! STK.VI'.IHMti:
KSTIMATKS AND CONTHACTH ON
ALL KINDS Ol- WOKK.
With Wrlglit llros.,
S. ASA NO,
Physician & Surgeon
NO. lift Nl'UAM AVKNUK.
Ilppoite Kagle Hiiu-e, - - Honolulu.
Mutual Telephone 'Jll.
DR. .1. rClUDA.
Physician & Surgeon
Nil. .'. Kl'KI I LANK.
1). c:. V. MOOUK,
Him Van N.- Ave. .1. I'.. Ciil.
Elognnt Apartmonts for Patinnts.
ki.i mi' in is Nrm.ii msi:ASf
MiMire niter" invalid" nil ibe
li. . .....l.irl. ,,l liiiln,.. tt lib .llll.tlllll illld ear.
fill lieulliielil. Itefer ! II. It. Mlie(lluil
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
IN OONNBOTION WITH
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
THE FAMOUS TOURIST BOTJTE OF THE WORLD.
efSalK $5 SKd $10 82. Less ttaU.S. Line
STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTHLY.
THROUGH TICKETS lined from Honolulu to CANADA, UNITED STATES and
EUROPE, ftlao to BRISBANE and SYDNEY.
For Brisbano and Sydney: For Victoria and Vancouver B. C:
STKAMKltS SAIL ilo EACH MONTH.
Freight and Passenger Agent:
D. McNICOLL. Montreal, Canada.
KOIIKIIT K Kit It, Winning, Canada.
M. M. STKIIN, San Francl-co, ChI.
II. Mi U IJItOWN. Vancouver. II. '.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S,S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and H0N0K0NQ. '
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu ou their w.i) to the above
lorls ou or about the followluudati:
Feb. fi. t
Mar. h :., Itc.il
April III, m
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong niul Yokohama to the above i-ort ou
or aiKitit the following dates:
btmr UAKLIC" .
. I"tb. t:'. IMI
Mareh SI, IS'.H
.Mav II, IMl
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
IIAMt. TO IIO.MI
KOtOI. $170 00
Cabin, ro.iud trip t
Cabin, round trip 12
mouths .. .
gW Pas-engers paying full fare will be
allowed lu rceiit oil nliun (are If relum
ing wiiinn twelve inoniiis.
For Freight mid Pieougc apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
si; ti Agents.
IIKTWKI'.N WAIKIKI. TIIK PAItK,
SANSMilfi'l, DIAMOND HKAI)
U r. hN
'.':ii p. in.
I eavr run. loin
IMi KIo hT.
l:iil p in.
FareK to Itlllu Itanue .'. centH. Wal-
klkl, III ceuu; Niiii Hoiiei and Dlaliiond
Head, l.'i eelit. round trip, cciiIh;
children under 1.' yeur, half price.
F. hMITII, Proprietor.
:rt N UU AN I' Kl'.
Next iliHir Merchant'- Kicliiilige.
New Goods and Latest Styles ! ,
I'KHKKIT FIT lil 'AltANTKKD. '
tW ' iI-IiiIikt- gelling ilildllioual Mlili
will re. eUe a n du.'tioli of 5 and l , o re
duclloiiou pani. tr.'l :im
I Miliar kii mi Dkai Kit in
Gout's, Ladles' aud Children's Boots, Stioes
No. 103 Fort Street
IIIIIKI 1 IMI'oRIMI "C
KNHLIbll AND CONTINKNTAI.
No, IA Kaahiimaiiii street.
STKAMKltS SAIL Feb. I, March J. Apill
I, Ma) t, May III, July 1, July 31, MM.
For Tickets and Umieral Informs-
Hon apply to
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
Aytntsfur thr nieiiinri hlmvll.
Elder's Steamship Co. i
Wli.fiKR, Pres. S. II. Ito.r.
Oait. J. A. Kind, Port Suj.t.
Will leave Honolulu al ! r. m.. touching at
l.alialna, Maalae.t Hay and Mak.na Oie
same day: Malnikona, Kawaibiie and IjUI
paboehiK' thc following day, arriving at
llilo at midnight.
Friday Jan. Si
Ituturulng leaves Hllo, touching at l.au
nahoehoesamiMliiy; Kaw.illian a. m.j Mm
liukoiia 10 a. v.; Makeuu I v. v.; Maalaea
Hay II i'. m.; l.alialna s r. m. tlie follow lux
day; arriving at Honolulu ii a. m. We.lne
AllltlYKS AT HONOLCLD:
I Wednesday ....
CSV No Freight Mill be
. . Jan. 'l
I'i noon ou day of raiting.
leave Honolulu every Tile-day at ft
r. M., toiiclilng at hithlllul, lluelo, Ha
llanioa ami Klpahulil.
Iteturulng will arrive al Honolulu every
No Frulcht will be recelvml after
4 e. m. on nay of hailing.
i.ousigneeft uiiisl lie at tile lanilliiits
receive their Freluhl a we will not hold
ourselves rcsponlble after such Freight
han been landed.
While the CoiiiMiuy will use due dill
genie in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any rcspomdhlllt) Incite of the
loss of same.
The Company will not be reiixuiMhlc for
Money or Jewelry unless placed lu tiiecare
PF.lt IIAIIK '('. D. I1IIYANT."
OF ALL styles;
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
in the l.itcct l'.iHern,
HAND SEWING MACHINES,
All with the l.ale-l Imprnxeiiieiit".
ALSO ON HASH
Parlor Organs, Guitars,
mi orni it
ED, I10FFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King Stieel, nppn. I alle
, t .nil,.
ALL PAIITIKS DKhllllNil HKIHTO
Wiiiakeakua Fall in Milium Vallc)
are hereby rcUt-tcd lo obliilli u peruils
xloii from the underklgned, oilierwie they
will be proecuted for trenpaso II found ou
i the prelilUen wilhoilt such periulioll,
JAS. ll. lltiYD.
, at the Laud Olltce, Supreme Court lliilld-
Honolulu, June, 17, 1HU3. 733-li
The "Journrtl of Civilization" Makos
Anothur Plea for tho Right.
II iricr Wecl.1). Jan. i..,
Duo of tlic- vor.t uUuoIh of tin
Hawaiian iMiibroilinont it tliu con-
t fusion it tin!) produced in tlit iuor.il
' poroojitioiis of moil. Tliuro nrc two
uIoiiiimiIh in tt which pro umiiimitl'
I littvu this U'liili'iu-y. (Jni is tiiat.
Iiliml parly spirit which slops nt
I nothing to Kiu '"' advantage ovur
tliu oi)ositu paity. Tlio otliur is
. that iuorditialu atnoitiuii of torritor-
inl afjraiuliuinunt winch rueniU
from no scheme of ducuptioit or rob
lwrv lo accuiunlitli its tmiK ll is
. moio than probable that most of.
thoso who at present niaii tno ati
ministration for its at til tide concern
ing tho Hawaiian business are im
pelled by tho first of these motives.
They wish to break down tho Presi
dent, whoe position in the confi
dence of the people is a tower of
strength to his party, by discredit
ing his patriotism and his wisdom as
a citizen and Matostnan; aud to this
end they reorl to a trick which is
as dishoni'st as it is transparent.
Thev know perfectly well that
every word of President Cleveland's
IllOSSIgo as tl)
message as to uu manlier in which
Government was over
ear ago is absolutely true;
ncau .Minister al Ho
nolulu, .Mr. Stc on, had for a long
time . earned and hoped fora revolu
tion hi Hawaii to bring ou annexa
tion; that ho had communicated Ids
hone to the Stale Department, and
asked for permission to use the arm
! ed forces of the United States pre
, em in Hawaiian waters for some
thing beyond the mere protection
of the American legation aud of the
lives and property of American citi
zens; that less than two months be
I fore the blow was struck he had in
formed the Slate Department that
"ihe golden hour was near at
hand; that when the hour was al
hand he caused I uited States troops
to be lauded without there being
any call for the protection of
American property, and against the
irute-l of the lawful authorities of
lawaii; that as shown In Admiral
Sherretl, the position in which
the troops were placed was well
calculated fur (he support of tho
revolutionary movement, but not at
all for the protection of American
property: that this was a warlike in
vasion of a friendly state; that tin
American minister recognized the
self-proclaimed "provisional govern
ment" as the J. Ai. o government of
Hawaii before it was in possession
of (he public properly, and there
fore before it was a government '
fttrto: that the Queen yielded under
protest lo (he superior force of the
United States, ami solemnly referred
her ca to the justice of our gov
ernment; that the annexationists in
hot haste ollcrcd Hawaii to the
United Stales without tho slightest
authority from the Hawaiian people,
whom tin no or dared lo consult,
but only un the strength of a !''
if' iiiiiii, which had succeeded only
through the aid a iron led to il by
the American uiiiiisieraiid by United
All these fads the opponents of
the President know. Thev know
that a great wrong has been com
mitted, and that the honor of the
country has been taruUhcd. What
do they do.' lu order to cover up
the vvioug done by men of their own
party, they fiercely nail the man
who seeks to right il for overstep
ping his powers. They seek to
divert attention from the thief by
abusing the policeman who is after
the criminal. This is the meaning
of .Mr. Hoar's boisterous denuncia
tions of I lie President in the Senate,
aud of .Mr. Hilt's resolutions aud
Mr. Houtelle's wild outcries in the
House of Representatives. Accord
ing to them, no more dangerous
blow has ever been struck at the free
institutions of this country, aud no
greater out rage ha ever been perpe
trated against the cause of progress
aud republican government in the
world, than bv President Cleveland's
efforts to expose the misconduct of
a faithless public servant, aud to
prevent the acquisition of a foreign
country by limit against the will of
its people, It tr. hard lo understand
how men of any pretence to candor
aud decency can descend lo a game
so shamelessly hypocritical, which
evidently now has become the plan
of campaign of the Republicans in
Congress, as well as in the larger
number of their party organs, against
the Democratic administration. It
cannot bo said that so far the Demo
crats, al least in Congress, have put
foi Ih any remarkable oluirt to repel
tliis perlidioiia attack. They have
seemed rather inclined to let the
good cause lake care of itself. Itut
it is to be hoped that they will not
lose so excellent an opportunity for
placing before the people, in the
most drastic aud instructive way,
, the spectacle of dishonest political
tactics lecoding upon their authors,
and covering them with the disgrace
and odium they deserve. This will
be a great set vice to public morality.
There is one feature ol the public
discussion of the Hawaiian business
i especiallv painful and deplorable.
1 1 is die interest taken bv so many
i clergymen on the side of the Ha
I waiiau annexationists. Whether this
l is really owing to the fact, as has
. been suggested, that some of the
most piommeiit leaders in ihe mi
I called Hawaiian levoluliou ate sous
of missionaries, and that this has
stiricd iiii the miiiittl' inriit auioni;
the clergv, we shall not attempt lu
determine. Assuming their impulses
(.Cuiiffiiuyu on Mh luj.)