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7T Tt f -Tlnihl P, f I tl10 lr't's1' BUtiboat." ns tho Press
U 11 I M -U II I I i I III. t .t) wl,ch Dr 0r08,uiau .
Pledged tn neither St-et wit I'nrty,
Hut Etlahlhhnl for tht Hew lit of Ml
SATURDAY, FEB. 17. Ill
Not tlio mut labored ollort of
tho Star can in th iligliN'M di'grw
justify tho claim of a ocrt ocict.
to bo nroontt(l in a loMatiNo
' body. -
How tliw liouiidi wlict their tcctli
agaiust Mr. l)aic'. lie has proxeil
too strong for them in honorable
anil open coiitroNorny. So the I. G
organs in a "iieaUing a) ailioeate
hi proiccution. Cow an U!
closes, as follows:
"II. M. S Champion is preparing
to hoist the Ibitish ensign over Ha
waii Tuesday, December 7 when
nir sluire. she liad L'llll drill and
! sighting on the buildings whore the
I'roMsional tioxernmont troops are
stationed, on tho ammunition stores
and on tho police headquarters. It
is the intention thai as soon as tho
(Jiiccn is restored by United States
troops and they may retire, the
Queen is to appeal to tho British
Minister, Major Wodehoiiso. for pro
tection. The Knglish Hag is to bo
hoisted and a orotectorate doclarcd
over Hawaii. Troops from tho
Champion will bo lanilud under pro
tection of British guns."
The Press goes on to quoto Gross
man us writing that "sucli plans
would not be a surprise to anybody,
because quite in accord with all pre
vious ideas of British so'ure, and
It is not a representative but a
delegate that the Ainciican League
strives to push into the Ailior neither more nor less than oxocu
Council Their candidate is requir
ed to take it cast iron oath that he
will obey tho secret decrees of the
society, and onW two out of a dozen
aspirants would consent thus to
make automatons of themselves
Secret sessions under exceptional
circumstances do not render execu
tive or legislative bodies m a state
liable to lose their public character
The theory of rcprc-ontalivc mtitu
lions is that the people are prcent
in parliament in the peron of then
representatives Tln'-euot member
ma.v l)o excluded as "strangers"
whenever expediency dictales. and
only an abuse of tne privilege ought
to excite public ieonimeiit.
What "constitution.il principles''
are member of the P. G. sworn to
maintain, if not thoe found iu the
latot I tii-t uut ion of the Hawaiian
Islands, excepting only tlio-e alio
lihed with the monarchy? AmoiigM
the abiding principles are tho-e for
bidding legislator to take olllce
and to receive any benefit from lln-troa-ury
Thee have been repeat
edly violated !y the P. G., whose
member ate claimed to bo honor
If the motive of the American
League is to down the missionary
faction, some members of that fac
turn have Imun some eagerness to
submit to prostration. Mr. Ather
tou. for instance, was the man of all
to move the gag on uiimiuatiom
after I). It. Smith wa named. It
was probably only a eae of tin
trich hiding its head iu the sand, fm
no fact is more notorious than that
the lvalue's campaign is, most ol
TlKc-e who regard the act ion taken
by the P. if. toward holding a con
stitutional convention as a fraud an
probably mi-taken. It i- douhtlcs
morocorrotl to take it as an appeal
from the armed mob to the ureal
body of the people, since tin mol.
has been found uucoiiliollable ami
set upon wild theories of legislation
However, the great body of I lie peo
ple wilt leave the matter of anew
constitution severely alone until I In
United Males gives a dual decision
on Hawaiian atlair.
ANOTHER HOMaN 110X31'.
Dr. M K (jrosiiuau, a looih
puller of Honolulu, ha- joined tin
imaginativesehool of Hawaiian ieo
Ititiouary literature. Tm will In
surprising to inoM friends of the
Doe., fur, beyond what he gets out
of Other people's IlloUth-, he ll.'li-
neir been sii-pected of taking an
interest iu anything morn -erioiis
than the prop-r bond of hi- bangs
or twirl of hi toe at a In p. That
he should, in making this new ad
venture, choose the doings on board
a warship for his topic is perhaps
not so mirpriMiig. Tin number ol
times he ha- pranced around tin
spar deck of a man o'-wai, leading
butterllies of fashion to the very
butts of the c'lliuou ill the gUU
whirl of the wall, ought to mal
him quite a uaal authority. It i
iio wonder, lliorcfoic, at a time when
warships of gnat Powers aie sup
posed to hawi m much to do witl
Hawaiian allaiis, that the New York
Press says "ihe key to the Hawaiian
riddle comes in a private letter
from Dr. M. K. Uiossiuaii of IIouo
lulu, inclosing a meuioiaudiiiu from
one of the petty olliccrs on board
the British gunboat Champion '
This is what Dr. (Jro-sinaii write-.
"On December 7 the Champion
left Honolulu harbor foi the o-leu
siblo purpo-e of going to the i-lauil
of Maui and having shell pi act ice.
She left Honolulu but did not go to
Maui Instead, she steamed up and
down a couple of hours in front of
Honolulu harbor The crew wen
all the tune going through gun drill
and taking sights on ail the Pro
v isioual Govoi uiiient buildings w hen
troops Wele stationed, 1111111111111(1011
stored anil public ollices establish d
Tho Champion then nteauud a lit 1 1
fuithei out and had some shell prae
lice, leturuiug to the harbor late in
the day, bin not a man from eiihci
tho British or United .stale- slops
was allowed to go on shore "
tioii of ideas for many years culti
vated by British interests." Ho then
charges Theophiliis H. Davics with
intriguing for more than twelve
mouths to attain such a re
sult, and represents the British
friends of the Queen as urging
her to accept Minister Willis's
propo-al, so as to "gain restoration
hy American diplomacy and arm,
iflor which, the Provisional Govern
ment being out, she could promptly
ipply to Great Britain for support
unl turn the islands and depend
encies over to Great Britain. This
could not bo regarded in the light
if an affront to the United States
by Gnat Britain, because President
Cleveland had for the United States
withdrawn the treaty ami rejected
ill overtures for annexation. Gross
man states that his information is
derived direct from a British naval
So far as the statements of Dr.
Gromau regarding tho crui-o out
side of the Champion is concerned.
v( are iu a position to testify to
their highly original and imagina
tive qualities. They do not contain
a trace of fact beyond that there is
i British warship hero called tho
Champion, and that -he did go out
f the harbor about the time men
tioned i ir -hell practice. As to the
revelations of British policy toward
lhe-e islands it i. to be presumed that
they are equally idealistic, although,
if the literary dentist meant that
i hey should bo taken as leali'tic, it
Aould be ra-h to contradict such a
high authority on the secrets of in
ternational politics. At any rate,
we may give the author credit for
tml(iii!: a now dress on an old theme,
wen if I. e has not attained to such
siililime height of imagination a
lid Commissioner Marsdcn, when he
told the United States iu an inter
view I hat a British squadron was
(iiirryiug to Honolulu to seize the
island- before he and his colleague
could sell them at Washington,
(irossiuau has done hi best than
which nobody can do more iu ad
bug to the fiction of the Hawaiian
risis. He is wise if ho accept this
compliment, for, if he claims an in
tention of having hi letter taken iu
arnost, it is our painful duty to say
that ii- assertion are gross fabrica
tions with no stronger basis than
the loosest of street gossip. If a
naval otlicer gave him the iuforma
lion, then he is tho victim of a
THE LEAQUE MAN'S LAMENT.
NOT TO IlK SI Ml IT TI1K I'llMUT Till
'There are moments when one wants to
sjo the fuiiiiv inlu-tri'l uut? the other
niglit, , , ,
Anil It -ii'iii- tome tint I may catch Ins
A- I liiwinllv ri-lUt't ilpim in) plight
For ilic l uiiiii il ial lliu League made me
'llici ileti riKitiMil tlnit the liliu)-woilKl
iv inu tliionuli.
Ami llic) llil It, liv their overxv lictmiiiK
As "not In It" wrir l lie mi lonary crow.
flirro are iiiomriit- when otic IlK to ho
I hi" Is one of llii'tji,
Till- is one ol thorn.
VA'Ik-ii the imiiu aii's li and maters ono'-fo.-
I'Uat's a molnolit w hull olio loirs to lie
In ma- meoHui; of the Chili t was the
Not ii 'Ival had I for the vacant nt,
Oil the Cad-, did make tlir l-oII- vor)
And the honor pild to mr was very
Next ilui tlir Mar with wild ilee "limited.
"Now' wo liinlii.il" on the top mil arc
I'nlli hair the toii-orv.itlvr- lieeii roillul.
And rod well piiul I lie (own at our
Complimentary Benotlt to W. B. Ash
by the Honolulu Minstrels.
Bolow is tho program for tho
ovout of thrs evening at tho Opera
Stnge Manager, A. K. Murp'iy.
Overture -Knohaiitmctit . Herman
Wonders Will put i on all in good humor.
('. Si-tor Kdi-on.
Cliarnetcr Hong Old 1 a-liioned l.ullii
b) Hsby. . . .
Little Delia A-h.
Itci'ltntlon A Heal "c earn
Mr. A. K. Murphy.
I'urnet Polo linn . . . Ilartman
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Tenor Solo Opernlli Selections
Mr. W. II. Hoog-.
VentrlloiUlsm Of the highest; introdito-
lug three wonderful merry llgures.
Dr. II. t. Moure.
iiffl!!!! Hardware Co., L'fl
Saturday, Feb. W, 1894
TOOK 1118 MEDICINE.
I'lie l lioutur Plendu Ouilty ami Qota
I.ouo, tlie native who shot a fel
low -country man iu tho jaw on Weil-,ie-(lav
evening, pleaded guilty iu
the Di-trict Court to-day of aaull
vith a deadly weapon, and was sent
need to four months' imprisonment
at h rd lalior. A reported the
'rouble aio-e over a trivial mi-iiidor-lamliug
and Lono picked up
t pi-tol ami lired a shot at l.iwai.
doth had been driukiuu'. Iiwai has
o'cupied a cot in (he (Jueeu' Hos
pital, but now is declared out of
laugi r. Although able to bo about
hi present e wa- not required iu
t'ouil.a- I.ouo when interviewed by
the Deputy Marshal stated that he
would plead guilty.
C. B Dwight has completed a flue
walk to the Puuahoii Preparatory
school The walk i of macadam
ied rock from I he Punchbowl ipjarrv
"oiered and rolled down with blacK
sand. Tho curbing is of Hawaiian
-tone, and sot oil' the walk to a
nicety. With tho light Irallie which
the si hoot ha- the walk will last foi
i ho gieat grand-children of the pre
sent student of the institution to
loiupaud play over. Mi. Dvvighi
has made a very neat and substan
tial job. On tho edges are to be
plained royal palm-. W. It. Castle,
Ptol. Hosmer and Ko. K. G. Beck-
it Ii gave the contract to Mr.
Catarrh m tho Hand
Is undoubtedly a diseae of the
blood, and as such only a reliable
blood punlior can ollcct a perfect
and permaiiout cure. Hood Sar
-apanlla is tho best blond purifier,
and it has cuied many very severe
eases of catarrh. Catarrh often
I llolll -,
riirre tire moment- when one want- to lr
Mil- ain't one of tliem,
I hi- in i t olio of them,
When Ihe blioi--titnl In and drain their
Those are moments that one wouldn't
n ud iilom .
Hut In I'. (I iiiiik'II" mi rtoi lion -tuck,
'lliuugh -am D.unoii nloeli named lnea
a lirntliri .
That linker Kminr'iilh, with hi- -avage
One rival u unci, and Alien did another.
Theo two iKygar- wouldn't let me run
A-the (diet of the l.eugiie they doom a
And tlif Slitr m i) havotoohaugi" ll hoast
When the coimied ballot- leave mo III
There arc moments win n oni wai,t- to run
'I hi- 1- one of llicin.
(hi- i one of tlii'in,
A'lth (line tutiilliig In, when only one can
'I hat's a moment when one want- to run
Ten day loss of time on account
of sickness ami a doctor bill to pay,
is nn thine- Imt nle.isnnt for n limn
of a family to contemplate, whether
he is a laborer, mechanic, merchant
or publisher, .las. O. .lout", pub
lisher of the Leader, Mexia, Texas,
was sick in bed for ten day with
the grip during its prevalence a year
or two ago. Later iu tho season ho
had a second attack. He says: "hi
the latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Kemedy with considerable
success, I think, only being in bed a
little over two days, T1io second at
tack I am atilieil would have been
equally as bad as the hst but for
the u-o of this reined v." it should
bo borne iu mind (fiat the grip is
much the same as a very severe cold
ami require precisely the same
treatment. When you wish to euro
a cold quickly anil" etrectually give
this remedy a trial. ' and fd) cent
bottles forsale by all dealer. Bon
son, Smith Co., Agent for tho
The Hawaiian National band is!
plaviug at the residence of T. 11.
Danes this afternoon.
i iiruer llo'el ami Nuiiami Sis.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Itocolivd per - h. ''Oceanic"
Silk Dress Goods,
1.11'le, mid Hi-Ills' hllk llniidkeiL'hlefs,
Oents' Sillc Oliirts
With I oiir-iu hand I'll-- to niatuh.
Wiud-ir .-III. i-i-nrH, extra long, lanlles'
and ll'-nls' sill, -ii-hes, all similes;
Japanese Cropo of All Colors,
(leiitluineii's .laiuiuoM' i rupc .-ihlrl- made
In Yokiihamu perfect lit.
I.iulli- and Ueiil I'lne MniA Hats,
Japini- I'hlni lea .Tts,
Jllpauee I-lower Pols,
Unties Mlk I'lii'Mil-e,
IIiiiiiImiiiiu Mlk guilts, i:te.
Tin- llosi nod for liifauls.
We him a large uiirtlin"it of
Willi h woellcrat Veri l(eaoiialile Prions,
Poi'K Wrecked and Saved
.Mr. i nemo.
Clarionet Duet Itobort the Dei II
.. . Meierlieer
Messrs. Ke,ih and N'mme.
Something New -llanjo Local Author
Mr. (ItorL'e Itltmau.
Song -Will entertain you for a few moment-.
Mr. Clii-ler A. Doyle.
I'm eolo Solo Silvir Kln Iloiiiieseau
Mr. I., ll.u-.ottl.
Mtiloal Attin"tluii lu1iv the Itumi . .
Mes-rs. Ordway and tteiiuesuy.
(Irimd l'lnale Simple Billion . .
.ii r. it . i. ,sii,
Onlie-tra . .
O. V. O. Hardmati, Sheriff of
Tyler C ., W. Va., appreciates a
good thing and does not hesitate to
say so. no was almost prosiraiou
TEMPLE OF FASHION
with a cold when ho procured a bot
tle of Chamberlain s Cough Ketneay.
Ho says: "It gave mo prompt relief.
1 hud it to Do an invaniaiMo reintiy
for coughs ami colds." For sale by
all dealer. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian islands.
S-i - "
Honolulu Skating Rink
wii.i. in: in:ni'i:Ni:i
This Saturday Evening, Feb, 17.
tflu MkatliiK every .Monday, I IiiUmIiu
ami Miturihi) UvviiIiiks.
VM- Thuri'ilii) Kviiihm will lie re-iirvwl
Hies nun iiieir i.r
more cspeclall) ' for m
liood I'listur.iite lii the month or u'ar.
Iloi-es will In-well looked a'flnr
itiid -I'l'l In piddiH'ks,
r ii k hi vm.miii mo i i ii'H riM, -rii lion
' OST XJ T? C3- O V E,"
liecord J. I.' iu lli'iiuhilii,
W III inal'e ii siiimiu in this II iiieh until
.lull I, l-'M 1'l.it.Mh, f.n
Di'i uiition : I'o ili d smi, hlnod lia), IU
liulids luli uud wiiht (Hill pounds,
1'M'H'iil l III "llro-vi nor," hi "Ad-iiilnl-init
t,' l. l!ihl.'s Haiiilltonlau
In' Ham In "Nutwo ..i, luoord Jiisj.,,
IW Tor fin tin r iiirtie'iliii iqipl) lo
.1 P MKN'IMIM Kaneohe, or,
I IIOl.ll., Iloii'ilulu.
Aid, I'AUTII'.S DUSIKINO TO HO TO
W.iiakeiikim Kails In Munua Vallej
.ire licrelii reitiestid to olitiilu a xtihIs
itluli fiom'tlio iinilerriKlied otherwhie the)
will lie procciiici for trc-pat If found on
llie premlsei' willmill inch ii'Tliiis-lon.
JAB. H. HOYt)
HI llie l.iiiul Olllce -lUpreuiel'iiiirt llilild-illl!
U.. nr. I. ili lune IT IWi'l
SKATES, SB Cts.
Waiohuli Stock Farm.
tiik Tiioii'irniiiiiini tii i io
Him, Mir)Hiit ," son of "Mondai."
Will be lired to a few approicd mares.
TIIK TllotriMI nTll l.o
Son of "Speculation," IO.
iVlllalsnhiirvo.allmiled numherof 1ua103.1t
V. Iuiiiiro at
livs-iw WAIKAI'l', MAIM.
Mokuleia Stock Farm
time leads to consumption. Take
It will bo observed how died tci'ii I Hood's Saii-apaulla before it 1 too
drags iu the Lulled Slates ships, n I '"'"
if their men wore forbidden logo
on shore by the Champion. Hero is
lliu iiiemoiamluui "from 011 board
rpn ' 'II! i I oi'l'A.Vri'UK
1 hand 1" U.iijji IlK (11 lliu I'.
tali, of 1 has A Liiiiji ill 1 1 11-1 il,
Itualid 111 I'alolu Vallei and
coiiliiiuinu I'io in ros, men or
Hood's I'lll do not purge, pain or ''" '.'"; " ,"ri". ''' '".'" 1l1'" ''.""i.'M,1!
gripe, but act promptly, oasi'ly and ''"'"T.Wiia'i.T Wl"'
elliuioutly. 2i)C. I Or, J. I- I'm iu ii. ins w
Wild, t'OVKK TI3N MAItr.8 A'l
"Sonny Boy" Service, $20.
PINB HORHS FOR SALS!
11.17 .'in .'i t
5 Sheets 'ti, Rose, surcharged.
5 Sheets ISc. Broun, surcharged.
5 Sheets Gc. Green, uusurcliarged,
Mfc. I'k'.e-i- male ollor hi Utter lo
"A. II. I'., '
UM-.lt' lllU.I MIN Ulllce.
The following is copied from
a circular issued by the man
ufacturers of the Jones Locked
Wire Fence and is of interest
to the Hawaiian people:
"While our spring trade was
retarded by unseasonable wea
ther, and the financial crisis
which followed threatened to
destroy the commerce of an
entire nation, we cannot com
plain, for, as compared with
business in general, our suc
cess has been phenomenal, this
being due not alone to our
complete business organiza
tion, but to the superiority of
the Locked Wire System.
"Notwithstanding the gloo
my outlook for all branches of
trade in '93, we adhered to
our original intention of ex
hibiting at the World's Colum
bian Exposition, and the re
sults have more than justified
the enormous attendant outlay,
and have well repaid us for
consulting our courage rather
than our discretion in deter
mining to place our exhibit in
the face of the many difficul
ties confronting us. The most
pleasing, perhaps, because the
earliest decided recognition of
the merits of our exhibit, was
the selection of our fence by
the Commissioners, from
among the many displayed, as
being the best adapted to the
construction of paddocks for
the recreation of the high bred
stock of the entire civilized
"In consequence of this, the
interest in our display was in
tensified, this question being
one of vital importance to all
laud owners, as about one
fourth of all landed values is
invested in fences. Our pur
pose was to attract this spirit
of inquiry and thereby farther
the interests of ourselves
and of our fellow-workers in
the United States, in which
object we were by no means
disappointed, as the great
amount of advertising we have
obtained by this method has
already more than reimbursed
us, to say nothing of the in
crease of orders traceable
directly to this source, which
itself has more than repaid the
I expenditure incurred.
"While our chief intention
was to bent fit our own trade
here, we were agreeably sur
piised at the earnest attention
manifested by our foreign visi
tors who came again and again
bringing their friends and in
terpreters, and talking busi
ness to such purpose that we
now have buyers in Germany,
Russia, France, India, Den
mark, Sweden, Argentine Re
public, South Africa, Victoria,
South Australia, New Zealand
and the Sandwich Islands In
regard to these two latter and
especially the Sandwich Islands
we can not say that our trade
was due to the World's Fair,
as our extensive business rela
tions with 1 lonolulu had com
menced previous to this time.
"Hut the crowning recogni
tion of the merits of our fence
w,is the First Medal and Dip
loma which was awarded with
out any hesitation on the part
of the Judges.
"In this connection we would
recall to your mind the fact
that we were the recipients ol
the same honor at the Detroit
Exposition in 1S92.
"Gratilying as our rapid pro
gross has been in the past, wc
look forwanl to a still more
And we are the sole agents.
Oornsr Fort A Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I AVILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
AVill be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF PASHIOX."
.... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Auvortnient of Colors at 20 GV11U Eueh.
Just Received by IttHt "Australia" a Large Stock of
To be Hold for oxk wekk only at 10c, 2$c, lie. and lGJc.
per yard. Good worth 25c. a yard.
..2BO PIECES . .
Tn 10-yard lengths, reduced from 1.00 to 75 centu.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
ok tiij: cni.r.intATi:!)
Constancia & El Gometa Brands
. . . JUBT TO HA.NM) i:. "CITY 01 IT.KI.NO" ...
jJSr These Cigars are direct from the fuctory and
Hhould not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are ho frequently offered tib the "Best Manilas." OE
TRIAL of thcue Cigars will convince you of their
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589 Fort Stroet, Honolulu, H. I.
T. HOPP &. CO.,
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Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
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807 KOUT STkEET.
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