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Pledyrd to nrithtr Sect nor I'tirt,
Hut Ettablithrd for th- lirmtit of ML
MONDAY, JAN. 'A 1MI4
Minister Willis's method of put- n'm' referred to with indignation,
ting the matter of restoration to the , N' iWeiiro, Mr. Turpio declared,
Queen implied that she was to b "ll1 bt' rosorUd to for a jtiat oatiuia
r.i.irnil i.. m.M-., nmwr M.m. .1... !.:..! tioii uf llio minister who indited dos-
lost. Her answer was ver much in I patches of that fashion and tenor
Uepiug with tho question." , T1, ,,l,i,,'al character was self-de
picted. self-described. Who, hoask-
lt would have been time eiiuugh ed, would attempt to touch, to mar,
for Mr. Wilsou to take charge of the or to amend that full-legth, faultless
rehabilitation of this nation when portrait of the international spy,
he was called upon so to do by the iugrate. and outlaw drawn iu all
people. His action should not lie the dark profusion of its native
regarded as nlTectiug tho rights of , huesT . --
the nation, however, being entirely i ,. , . T "IZ
, ' ,' i . i Disclaimer by Mr. Neumann,
o private matter between himself ;
ami Minister Willis. ' Editoh Bulletin:--
- 'j - - The issue of tho Star 01 Saturday
They answer nothing -the V. U. coiitaitis an interview between Chas.
,, it., i ... ,i i...... ,i... 1 U. Wilson and the U. S. Miuistor.
journalists. Let them show the) Thnf Mf Wh(m han1M mo ft
essential difference between the , t.,,y is pronunciaineiito is true,
bloodthirsty and vloleut spirit dis- ' It imflrtt lutiulrd to me nfler Mr. IIV
played on their own side e or since "'' intrrviewt with Minister Willi.
the revolution, and that shout, in'1 l"jve nevor approved the doeu
. . ,-, . , . .i i i "lent, but consigned it, as it do-
tho Queen s calm appeal to the laws ,..,.,, , 0,liVtonT
and her constitutional advisers as j 1 cannot conceive tho reason wit
her answer to the question of am Mr. Wilon brought this emanation
misty. Until thox do this much , lf mtV l call however, make a
i i . .1 II i ... . .t ii.. shrewd guess predicated upon the
clearly to tho disadvantage of the fm.t lh( Mr, Viig0ll allH lhal J
Queen, it dues not lie with them to ,mj .,eell amj a,,,,roved it at a time
dououiice her for a cruel barbarian. ' when 1 had not seen it or known
- . au thing about it.
What would be important to those 1 thank Mr. Wilsou for suggesting
who have sympatbued with the I ( KWJu. K
cause ol the crown and constitution ' 0luo to )0 drafted,
on principle to know, is whether the Tho Queen honored mo with em
Queen would hae made an effort, in plo'"'K mo as her representative at
theevent of rcMor.-Uion. to calher
around her again the fjiNe counsel
ors wlio led her into Iroiihln lat
January. There are one or two
mimes at least in the lists of her
chosen ones furnished iu Minister
Willis's despatches, whose owners
are under strong suspicion of having
done their bet to provoke tho revo
An apology has been tendered to .
Cousul-Cieueral Mills of the United
Males by the Advertiser for its re
cent insulting rofereuees to him.
Tho same paper call on the Star to
go ami do likowi". It seem to have
been the tudied aim of the V. (J.
press to get the tiovernmeiit into
snarls with the representatives of
other count rie. Let us hope that
the holiest coiifeiou of the Adver
tiser betokens either a better frame
of mind t.u the uarl of the sinner or
..u.. id.. ii...i;..-,i,..,, ..r .ii...iii... i..
.,...... ..,.,-....... ...u. , ,. ...
its organ by the Government. Any
thing, so that the disgraceful if nut
dangerous business may stop.
Letters will bo found in tin- isue
from two of the gentlemen favored
with mention iu a despatch of Miu
ister Willis. It appears thai (.'. li.
Wilsou, the Marshal deposed by the
revolutionists along with the Queen
aud her Ministers, gave Mr. Willis a
paper containing a program to be
carried out when the United States
restored the monarchy. Attached
lo the progiam were ltt of names,
partly selected by Mr. Wilon, of
persous to be called iu special ami
general councils for straightening
up things generally as a preliminary
to a permanent reorganization of
the kingdom. Thesu facts are all
that our readers require foi a proper
understanding of tho letters iu ques
tion. Cabinet Ministers dou'l like to be
"tired'' ill Tonga any more than in
Honolulu. Lately the King dis
missed Premier Geo. W. Tukuapo
aud colleagues, in favor of l(o.
Shirley llaker, who was "a stormy
petrel" iu the polities of Touga a few
years ago After the dismissal of
the Ministry one of the members in
sulted the king and fired three
shots at him as he passed in a boat,
but the next morning the Minister
called upon the king aud made an
apology, which His Majesty gra
ciously accepted and I lie matter
ended there, linker is a Methodist
missionary. One of his sous was
killed in the midst of political riots
iu Touga when his father was run
ning the country before
Itoso Albu's little speech iii
rn House on Saturday oven
,, . . . '., .
iug ought to have good results be
yond the occasion wlioreon it wax
uttered. People who attend public
:orts and oiitertainineiits ought
i. , . ... ,i i
to disturb either the singers and
players or tho rest of the audieuct
It may be consolation for those who
mav feol liurt in this iiistam-ti to
feel hurt in this instance to
that the Prince of Wales and
party were lused bv an uudience
and roasted in the Loudon papers
for loud conduct in their boxes one
night. The o lie n he is of a kind with
the misconduct of hos at open air
baud concerts iiure, about which
complaints have often been sent to
the local papers. For llio-e who
were not hit Saturday night, the in
cideiit was (i keen diversion. Miss
Hose Albu is generally admired for
her pluck iu strikitig out as she did
against tho annoyance.
Senator Turpte'a speech on tho
the Hawaiian question on 11th hist.,
was intareprtKentod on the telegraph
wires. He denounced tho Inter
ference in Hawaiian affairs inaugu
rated by Stevens, and advocated
l abandoning the whole question
t whore it now stands. Then ho took
i up the style of Stevens' letters mid
speeches siuco he loft Hawaii. The
"coarse aud callous iteration" of his
abusivo epithets toward the Queen
"" "BWi "w i aveonueavor
ed to do my duty. With that fulfil
ment, aside Iroiu my sentiments iu
favoring the cause of tho Queen and
of the native llawaiiaus, my duty
1 do not favor the proposition
embodied iu Mr. Wilson's mniiifesto,
irrespectivoof the source from which
it emanated. Neither Mr. Wilsou
nor any one connected with him in
this allair is entitled to speak for
me, and I decliue to act as sponsor
for ho "olieine, if it originates from
Mime one. other than himself. If
hi propositions owe thuir lxing to
lu own conception, 1 make my re
fusal more emphatic. To avoid any
wrong inferences 1 repeat that 1 have
not been consulted in this matter,
and had I been consulted I should
have refused to endorse or uitl or
abet Mr. Wilson's proposed proceed
ings iu any way.
Honolulu, Jan. 211. 18111.
I Huitoii Uullktis:
The "triangular duel" between
the two organs which respectively
champion the American League and
the conservative wing of the P.O.,
and also the original Annexation
! -;,,,u "'"'V,1.' olJ" t0.'lA l,, Kv-
eminent olliccs luting wholly reserv
ed as demanded for the American
League, promises to be interesting.
It uiiisi have been a relief to the
government to receive the promise
of tho Schtietuu League, that they
had decided not to dictate to tho
government, and this assurance will
no doubt seciiru for tho twenty
policemen who constitute about the
entire membership of tho League,
an increase of oay iu addition to the
contempt of Itohiusoti Hall. Tho
division of the spoils as far as the
American League is concerned will
be a simple affair, inasmuch as there
will be no division outside of tho
League, aud the fow "Dietchers" in
the police will soon liud that there
are some Americans unprovided for.
The army and the police combined
is a power that the J'. 0. are likely
to hear from. Cms.
"Fling Away Ambition."
1 see that Mr. C 11. Wil-ou has
selected mo as a member of his
Council to bo. Will you kindly
allow me space to statu that Mr.
Wilson was never autliori.od to uso
my name iu the connection referred
to, nor have I been made aware of
his intention to do so. 1 am not iu
politics just now, but 1 suppose 1
ought to feel very proud on account
of the "check" attached to my name
-aud yet I don't. Ta-tal
Tiios. K. Lucas.
Honolulu, Jan. -".), 181) I.
i Qoing Away.
The following uauio" are booked
at the ollice of W. li. Irwin k Co. to
leave on the S S. Australia on Satur
day: F. G. Hampeau, Miss Quick, J. J.
Williams aud wife, Misses Julie and
Komi Albu, A. Haas, J. A. Altsheler,
! M. L. M. I'lunkett, Arthur F. Wall,
! rfl- 5r"w., .-N'. (V!,aV" n " . "'
Waugh, G. II. I'airchild, J. li. Cun-
I life, Lieutenant T. C. Prince, Ii. 13.
i Duulap aud wifo, .Miss Crawshay,
Miss M. h. Walker, 11. h Alexander,
' ' U u""', $ mul 1(,li'( Win.
Dunbar. J. L. Mil or and w fo, Hon.
j u A WM,,,,,,,,,,,, Miss G.illexson.
usco, per b. h. Ala
diss II. Waugh, E.
1 meda, Keli. H
-, .'"IVVV ."'", 'Vi'1' nnl
I w,f"' N' JJ "' Hhr.
Catarrh in the Head
Is undoubtedly a disease of the
blood, aud as such only a reliable
blood ptiriilnr can effect a perfect
and permanent cure. Hoods Sar
sapanlla is tho best blond purifier,
and it has cured many very severe
cases ol catarrli. Galarrli oiten- '
times leads to consumption. Take I
Hood s barsapar ilia lnMoro t is too
.,... , ,
Hood s Pills do not purge, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, easily and
0HAMVI0N3 THE CHAMPIONS.
They Win a Second Match with the
For a second time in succession
the cricketers of H. B. M. S. Cham
pion have defeated those of the Ho
nolulu Cricket Club. The Cham
pions wont first to bat at 11:30
o'clock Saturday, and made 80 runs
in the first inuiiigs. Tho Houohilus
made 50 in theirs. Then the Cham
pious went iu again and camo out
with 107. It was now too dark for
another innings of the Honolulus,
aud time being called loft tho Cham
pions the victors on one innings.
The score appears Ijulutf:
II. h. M. K. (IIVMrtllS.
Lieut. GIMioii', c. suit Ii. Msliitinn
I. J.1V ntl, h. HlltlUll.l..
Ccirpl. Ulovor, e. Crick, li. llntfleM .. .
It. M KnMit, i Hiirn-lik', Ii. l.Ulutuui
K. II. .Mitolnll.li llutlK'lil
l.li-tl. Nugent, v. Si -iili-v, It Hntlidd .
K. M. Waiter l. Iturii.l.lf
(1. A. Koike, Ii llntllvM
I.U'iit. Itenwell. run out
V. lteld.lt lluttleld
i Hub-1. lent, druver, not nut . . .
2s n is.xiniis.
I.leut. HIMxin., Ii. Wilder ... 5
I). J. Prentl. sip. lluriuilrie, b. I.'xh-
limn ... 4
Ooriil. Ulnver, Ii. Ilntlleltl .... 43
It. M. Knlglit.e. Ilui, li. llulfletd I
1". II. Mlu-iiFll.b. I.lihnmn .... 12
Lieut. Nuiteul, b. LMiiunu '.'(I
K. M. Walter, b. HnllicM I
(I. A Itixiko. ti. Itnrtiililf. b. 1.1-linmii '2
Siil.-I.U-ut. Utnver, li. IliiltU-lil . 3
h.xi rui . . 13
llll.MM.l'l.l I RII'KFI i-l.i 11.
W. t.. Stnnlcv, b. Waller
A. It. Hiitllof.l.b. Walter. ..
1. I.Miitmn. 1 1. Walur
Itt-v. V. II KHi'ii. run out
It. Himili!e, b. ItonVr .
K. II. Auerli:u'li, li. Walter
J. I.lKlilldot, b. llliliiili.
I). llo, i'i (Hover, b. Gibbon.
It. 1.. Atlrrb.fli.li Wu'ti-r
K. ('. I'rii'k, not out
W. WlluVr, b. W.ili-r .
I'.Mrns . .
Total . .
Lodico lo Progros da l'Ocaanle, No. 134,
'PHEIIK WIl.t. III'. A MIXTINO OK
X Ixslco It- I'roKrto dp I'Ocrniilc. No. IJI.
hi Iti linll nn Kinir -Incl. bi-iwotu lletlicl
ami Tort, on MXIAY KVCNIN'O,
.Iniiiiur.v l".i, nt Ti.mo'cliM'k, for
Wiiiik is tin Tninii l)i.uiu:r.
Mi'iubers uf llannllnti I.mlge ntnl nil
Mtjoiirnlng llri'llircnare frntiTimll) luvllisl
to lie nrcM'tit.
llv onli-r i( tin- W. M.
FOR SAN J11ANC1SCO.
TIIK Al bTKAMHHIP
Wll.l. i,i:ave HONOLULU
run nil. aM'ivk rum on
Saturday, February 3d,
I lie uii'ltT-linml tire now iireimml to
Utile Tlirutigb 'i'lL'kuts from tliu t'lly to nil
points Iu tliu L'ultPil .Stutun.
Kor nctlii'r nurtluulars ri'iotrrilnu
r rcigui or rm-ue, iqitiiy to
W.M. il. IHWIN X i:)., I.'n,
ur.'-M (Itmrral Acciits.
A LI. Ai-COUNTS-HUK TO THK KIKM
V of Ynmi Kcu v'liiin of LUiue, Kuunl,
liiivn l-fii jiIiu'imI fur collection with Mr.
I'iiitl Nf iiniuiin. altoruu.v.itt-lan', .'114 Mer
Winiit klrct-t, lloiHilulii. N. Monwur Iu
Mr. I'aul Nfiuiittiiii's otlliv l uutliorlisl
to ri-i'dvu mill ri'i'.liit for thi-lr imyinciit.
All htiiiu iinlfliu-ii to unlil linn aru ru
tiiutcil to icttie tlu'lr hccuiiii'h nuii imve
Iluiioliilu, Jim. 1ft, 1WII. U'll III!
ALL llll.IM I l' iTa il A 1 SSI TIIK Ho
nolulu I tout lioiinl In luturu are m-quB-tcl
to lit inAenti-il ul llic ulllrti of the
Ron! Sup rvUnr ol Honolulu on the 'Jilth
o( t'ucli iiiontli, otlicm Ink tliiy will buux
emjit from Unit mouth's fstiiuate unit llk
Iv not to bn iinlil fur one or two moiitlis
niter. Jiv onler of tint Hnuuliilu Koati
Hoaril, W. II. (M'.MMINOH,
slfl-tf Itoiiil riiinirvliior, Iluiioliilu.
i'rly liaiiilltnl by King linn., ure now
exchiKivfly In tint inoiiln of tliu under
ultjiit'J. soiu auuiit tlierufor. who lian
oiHtnoil un olllei. m ( iiminln liloulc, Mr-
cms lit Ktri-ot hlilo.
WHKItKAH MY WIFE, 1HVAH KA
lull, luh lull iu v btnl Hint board,
to iiive untiuo ibut I will not Iu ro.
lo for auv .!liin uontrni'tHil bv the
i-ull Diiinli KhIuiI wltlioiit my writtt-n
onli-r. J NO. KAIMI.
Honolulu. Jhii. ". Is'it. U.'-"i .t'
qMIK UNIIEKSIUN'KD 18 I'ltEl'AKEI)
1 lo make all kinds of Tonibstona Kail
lugs, Huuimereii Iron Work, etc., etc.
Estimates on Ainilicailuu,
L'nlon Ptreol. at r-ti-rllnii's Paint Bhoii.
ALL ACCOUNTS rtTANWN'IJ MIX
iiiontlm hiiiI otit, suit not paid by
I the Slut of January, will b luuded for
j vuorviiuii iiijijuv iAi;eHioiii
N, 8. HAOHB.
Honolulu, Juil. 'l, Ihlll
. . .
IHLANI) OUAI'KB-H POUNDS (l It II,
II Kor null, by It. LIBHMAN,
! I"5-H 'rUilioue17.
I dom ut th Uullttin Ojffict.
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'd
Saturday, Jan. 27, 18U.
The introduction by us of a
full line of the Standard Man
ufacturing Co.'s enamel goods
was a business stroke that
tends to debilitate the nerves
of the ordinary Honolulu busi
ness man and paralyze his mus
calaria, while to us it is a mere
nothing; the goods are so well
known in the United States
and are in such general use
there that with our handling
we will bring them so promi
nently before the people here
that in a short time no one
will feel that they can rest well
without first having had a bath
in a Standard Manufacturing
Co.'s enamel tub. We ex
pect also, to make the ena
mel laundry tubs so popular
that the annoyance of lost
clothes at the hands of the
Chinese washman will be en
tirely obviated. While these
enamel goods are an innova
tion here they have been used
in the United States for a num
ber of years and have always
given satisfaction; in every
hotel or private residence the
architects include in their spe
cifications the goods by these
manufacturers and it will soon
be the custom here.
We have had a letter from
a prominent ranch man on one
of the other islands to the
effect that the locked fence is
the strongest he has ever seen
and asks for an estimate on
material enough to construct
ten miles of it. You will un
derstand by this that the locked
fence is growing in popularity
every day and that our pro
phecy that the entire group
will ultimately be surrounded
by it is sure to be fulfilled.
There is no reason why it
should not be. Every man
who builds anything, no mat
ter what, gets what is the
cheapest provided it is, at the
same time, superior to another
article of the same description.
In the case of the locked fence
the builder gets for less money
a fence superior in every res
pect to any other method of
building. In this country where
wood is almost as scarce as
gold pieces the locked fence is
The dinner table of to-day
depends as much for admira
tion upon the character of the
china and glassware as upon
the edibles. We have con
vinced nearly ever)' one on the
islands that I laviland China is
art itself in the matter of table
decorations, and our method
of selling it makes it as cheap
as ordinary white china.
Every one knows, in buy
ing a conventional set of deco
rated china, that when one
piece is broken it cannot be
replaced except at a very
heavy expense in having the
broken piece replaced by one
decorated especially for you
to match the set. In Haviland
China, when bought from us,
if a piece is broken in any way
you can get a duplicate at any
time at the same rate you paid
for a dozen pieces. We always
have duplicates in stock, a
convenience not only in cases
where pieces are broken but
for persons who do not wish
to buy a full set at one time.
You may buy a single cup and
saucer and let it be the foun
dation for a set of two hundred
pieces. These are among tho
advantages offered purchasers
of Haviland decorated china.
Another article in demand for
table use and decoration is
cut glass We have a very
careful selected assortment of
this ware which we are offer
ing at rather low prices con
sidering the quality.
We have all sorts of stones
for sharpening cutting tools
from the coarse grindstone
mounted in a frame to the
Frank Walcot emery file, but
we have never seen anything
that gives such general satis
faction as the latter. With it
you can sharpen anything from
a scythe to .a lady's pen knife,
and we sell them for fifty cents
each. Mail orders will receive
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoillu Uiirwikeli1 Block,
H07 POUT STRBHT.
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms a durable and elastic, not a brit
Kelnlns Its gloss longer than any other
Iteslsts the artluu of acids and alkalies
better tlinn any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
nlng and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for Hook, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lend or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Itequlres one-thlnt less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to Unseed oil and It will
greatly Improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
My actual touts, has outlntted the beat
Therefore, l the Inut paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
U-c I.fCOL in every respect iu the
Kiinie munncr as you would linseed
oil, with the single exception that you
limy mid fully one-tpinrlcr more Lu
coi. lo the same quantity of pigment
than you would of liiiscrd.
In using metallic. Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up tliu paint at least
one iluy before it is to be used, then
mid 4 third more Lucoi. and tho puiiil
will bo (omul to cover well and have
it good c.)o.
NtiVtift UBK JAPANS.
Where luird surfaces such as doors,
slcpn, etc., are required usn HtliHrgc
only, never use .Inpaus.
I.IH'OI. MIXBH WITH VAK
NISIIErt mid iisiMs their working mul im
prove., their appearance uiit tiikv
rlllnill.ll UK IVKIl HAMK OAY TIIKY AHK
mixkii, olhcrwipu the gum of the var
nlh umy be precipitated or the mix
The mlditioii of from i to 4 of Lu
coi. to varnishes docs not reduce their
lu-tre nor retard their hardening and
drying and it preventi. their cracking.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian islands
Aie jut iu receipt of laruc importa
tion by their iron burku "I'.ul
and by a number of vcv
neb from America.
CuurlMing of h hirKc and cnuipletc
Vieiiuu and Iron Uiirdcn Furniture,
.Saddlery nnd Cutlery,
Iron Ucdntcudii, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
American & European
Oilxiind Paint, Lubricating G rente.
Cauntic tiodn, Wash Soda,
FillerproM Cloth. Twine,
Ii ikb, Market Basket,
DcmijohnB, Etc., Etc.
Hoofing Slrttch, Firebrick,
Bheet Zinc, Sheet Lend,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
R. U. Materials.
Steel Rail, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Golden Gate, Diaiuoud, Bpcny'k, Mer
chant., uud Eldorado
I On the moM Liberal Tvnun at the
j Lowest Prices by
H. Haokfwld & Oo.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner fort A Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERT WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
"Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade t
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
.... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Ahsortraent of Colors at 20 Cents Eaeh.
Jiint Received by hiHt "Australia" a Large Stock of
To be Mold for one week only ut 10cM 12ic 14c. and 16$c.
per yard. GoodH worth 25o. a yard.
. . S50
In 10-yard lengtliB, reduced from $1.00 to 75 cent.
Coraer Fort and Hotel 8U., .... Honolulu, E U
OK Till: CELKIIRATKI)
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JUHT TO HANI KX "OITY OK 1'KKISO" . . .
K56" These Cigars are direct from tho factory and
should not be confounded with tho cheap imitations which
are so frequently offered as the "Best Manilas." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
6SS TPort Street, - - Honolulu, H. T.
J. HOPP A, OO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
flPJlvB I ssH2?M
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Single Pieces anil Bet.
COUNICE l'OLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Kine Spring, Ilulr Woul, Moh and Btruw Matircssca.
PILLOWS 01' LIVE 0E1CSK KKATHKKB AM) SILK. KLObS.
Latest Improvements lu Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges aud lolai,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and High Cbalrs.
Our Cl)lnetMakinK Wnrkhoi li Superior In Men and Muterlal.
rUUNITUHK AND MATTIIKSSCS UKrAIItEI) AS 00011 AS NKW.
MAT'J'IXG - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE 1
MB- OVIX PKIl'KS ALWAYS THK LOWEST IN HONOLULU. -
J. HOPP & OO.,
N"o. "7-.li JEClxiff Stxvctt. . - . KEon.eXvi.il, 3K. I.
IEOEB . .