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NOTICE OF TEACHERS'
An Elimination for Primary Oracle Or
tllkatf s will lie heM nt thu Fort streot
School, on THURSDAY ami KlltlMY,
AUKitt 2d and .11, commencing at !) a m.
Tencher and others should forward (heir
nmnns at once to the liispicioMlcticrjl of
Sohooli at the Hoard ol Kditctilon.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inpector(lenornl of School.
She gnitii MJUtin.
Ftfdard Jo WfiW Sect mn ftirt.
But Ettablithed for Ihe Benefit of Ml.
TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1894.
AS TO THE BECOONITION.
Both of the Government oracle
have spoken on the question of the
kind of recognition given by the
United States Minister to tho Re
public of Hawaii. With its usual
dogmatism the Advertiser refuses to
admit that there is such n question.
It matters not to that paper that
Ministor Willis's communication was
cautious in a marked degree, and
that tho recognition he did give the
Republic was distinctly referred by
him to his Government for ratifica
tion or otherwise. The Advertiser's
grounds for its position are that the
Harrison admlnistiation fully re-
proclaimed that, if that wrong bo
portuitted to go unredressed, indeli
ble national disgrace will attach to
tho Uuited States of America.
As to tho Star's attempt to con
trovert tho position of this paper, it
is simply unanswerable because it is
utterly incomprehensible. Its rhe
toric is for tho most part too con
fusiug and too confused to convey
any idea of tho author's plan of
campaign. The only thing clear iu
the column of words, in largo part
of incoherent orthography and in
determinate prosody, is that the
writer tries to redeem tho dulnessof
insufferably bombastic diction with
an occasional dash of puerile per
sonalities. This feature his daily
diminishing circle of readers doubt
less accord him tho privilege of soli
tarily enjoying. Thero is a faint
gleam of intelligible argument, how
ever, near the close of tho space
filling and intellect-wringing rliodo
montado. This is where tho articlo
cites the credentials of Ministor
Willis as being "under tho usual
form and usage extonded only to
nV jure Governments." Comments
already made herein upon tho Adver
tiser's article ought to be asufBclent
answer to this claim. SufQco it to say,
in addition, that if President Cleve
land understood himself as accredit
ing Miuistor Willis to a Government
if? jure, or of right, ho strangely
stultified himself, at the same time,
by empowering tho same Minister
to inform tho same Government, at
tho earliest opportunity, that he re
garded it as established through a
great wrong romtnittcU by repro
forenco with thoot who are depriv
ing them of that right. Unless tho
United States is to eontluuo in tho
face of tho resolution to interfere
with tho rights of the Hawaiian
people, tho administration must in
terfere with those whoso interference
with the rights of tho people is de
rived from the United States. Tho
rights of tho peoplo beiug to estab
lish and maintain their own form of
government, tho administration must
protect them in thoso rights by re
moving all hindrances (1) to a free
votoof the Hawaiian people, whether
they desire to establish a republic,
or an oligarchy, or a monarchy, and
(2) to the exercise of tho right to
establish the result of such vote.
Such is tho plain mean! jg of the
resolution in tho view of
coguized the sovereignty of the Pro
visional Government and entered i scutatives of the United States, and
into negotiations with it, and that for that reason to request that it re
the Cleveland administration "accre-j lapse into the innocuous oblivion
dited two Ministers to it and specific ' from which it should never of right
assurances were given to tho Gov- have emerged. Doiug unable to find
urument, through the usual diplo- adequate support for its position in
uiatlc channels, that its sovereignty the wording of the Senate resolu
was fully recognized?" Why not , lion itelf, the Star has recourse to a
tell tho wholo story? On the re-'citation of the touo of the Senate
velpt of tho Queen's protest at j debate upon tho question. It can
Washington the treaty of aunoxn ' not reconcile the speeches of some
tioo, embodying the "negotiations"
oiled, was tacitly refued to bo rati
fied by CougrcM. This was under
the Harrison administration. When
Cleveland took olUce he withdrew
that treaty from the Senate and in
stituted an investigation in Hawaii
of the Queen's charge that the
forces of the Uuited States had Ihhmi
the potent agency iu the overthrow
of her Government. Previously the
Harrison administration had over
ridden tho sovereignty of tho Piovi
sioual Govornuient by tho action of
Minister Slovens in proclaiming a
protectorate over the inland anil
hoisting the American flag over the
headquarters of the Provisional
Government. Ihon, nhou Mr.
Mount, first as special Commis
sioner and next as Miuistor Pleni
potentiary, had sent iu his report
aud retired from the post, it was
oiUcially announced iu Washington
that the conclusion of tho Uuited
States Government from tho special
investigation was that tho chango of
Government in Hawaii had been ac
complished by ''fraud aud force,"
aud that tho duty of tho United
States Government was to place
affairs iu Hawaii iu tho same posi
tion, as uoar as possible, as they had
occupied prior to the interference of
the Uuited States forces.
To effect this purpose Minister
Willis was duly authorized anil he
requested the Provisional Govern
ment to surrender authority aud
power to the Queen's Government.
When tliH Provisional Government
refused to obey this request the
Miuister so reported, and upon re
ceiving his report the President re
ferred tho whole matter to Congress.
The decision of one branch of Con
Kress the Senate has been made
known. It contaius no authorisa
tion to the Kxecutivo to recoguizo
any Government here which cannot
obtain the support of a majority of
the people of the Hawaiian Islands
iu a f roe tote without constraint or
restriction. Iu the Seuale resolu
tion it is the people of the Hawaiian
Islauds who are recognized, nud not
carefully sifted minority of the
people. This, being iu cousouance
with the teuor of the instructions to
both Commissioner Lilouut and Miu
ister Willis, hai perhaps n deeper
significance than the rulers of the
Republic of Hawaii aro anxious to
Tho Advertiser concludes its dis
quisition on the subject in the fol
lowing judicial decision fashion:
"The law makes the right of a Gov
mmout to exist depeudeut simply
upon tho fact of its existence. To
travel outside the baro fact is to ap
peal from the code of law to that of
ethics, aud the code of ethics as
such is not administered of earthly
courts." Waiving comment upon
the implied admission here that the
Republics of Hawaii cannot be do
feuded on ethical grounds, it may
Imply bo remarked, in reply to tho
forogoiug, that President Cleveland
has appealed to the code of ethics iu
his deliverances upon the Hawaiian
question. He has declared to the
world that a grtnt moral as well as
political wrong has been committed
by the representatives of his power
ful country against a weak and
frisudly nation. Moreover, ho has
Mr. David it, Jordmn
ot Edmeiton, N. Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
A CompM Cur y MOOVB
This U from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected dtlxens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourtwn jtars ago I had sa attack ot a
cravat, and tart sloe been troubled wltk ay
Liver and Kidneys
cradnallr growing won. Three year ago 1
got down to low that I mM acarcalr walk.
I looked mora like a corpse wn a tiring Ming.
il ior nr weei
Kroin ii largo and varied Rtook tho undorHigticd would draw
particular ntU'iition to tho following:
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oatx, Corn.
C2 In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
entry ing Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties und
are well worth a trial by all interest-jd in stock.
"Ep T ""N T T "D Ctlltorclat and
X-J ' - J' Waihlngtoa 8Ute.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
Nn I alwav In k t i.i imr
3, to, tin prl tiai.
Llvertiool ''o-uiw, 11' li .
Kngllh Hairy. Villi '-
HAM. BACON, CHKhSli
DarreltamJ Half Nairn.
"I'lonrrr." Kil-'' it mh. au.t i..
CM A HS -
A Knoli fniirl, ! iltti n.ii.i
ORDWAY & PORTER
Robinson Block, Hotel St., bet. Fort it Nunanrj.
We have Just Roeeived fiom San Francisco per Barkentine
"Planter'' the Largest Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Sollil Oak and ot tho Very Idlest J)eflfrn. Also,
Kttvnalfiti Tallies all sIim with Olintn and BldeboaHe to inatrli
We hove a coinplrlP stock of then good.
rltli Portlcrs arc the latest thing out
Wa hava tboni In
of tho Senators to tho viow that tho;
woro referring uiuroly to a de Jailo
UovvrnniMut. Tho spiwchs of Suna
tors aro not, however, tho uuidn to
tho Hnioutlvo iu interpreting tho
nurtuor of Congress to its roforouco
thereto of tho Hawaiian question.
ItathiT is it thnollluial utterance of
tho Seuato which goes upon tho
journals of that body. That utter
ance does not rci'oui7o tun Provi
sional Government or any perma
nent Government that body might
sot up. It does recognize "tho peo
plo ot Hawaii" as tho supreme
iower to deteriiiiuo tho destinies of
the Hawaiian Islauds. All tho pre
cedents and traditions of tho Gov
ernment of tho United States show
that Its policy has oierboen, when a
revolutionary chango had occurred
In tho Government ot another coun
try, to recognize tho new Govern
ment no earlier than it proved to
have the confidence aud support of
tho people of that country. Tho
right ot minority rule, an preached
iu Hawaii, is as repugnant to tho
cardinal principles underlying the
American Commonwealth, as is tho
"divine right of kings."
fl tiftrf nrt annaHI ftm
thiaa fcai ararl. I was badly emanated '
and had no mora color Mian amatol
Hood's Bawatarllla was rrromnieniie.1 and I
Ibotijtht I mould tiy It. Iklora I had flnlihed
u nnl Dome I nnucen ui icit iriicr,ui.
rered leu, the laftaaaaMilaa f ifc Ma
llei I could et anyuilng
mllhnut hurtlnc m. Why. i got so liuntn
that I bad to eat n times a day. I ua?t now
fully recovered, lu&nlts to
fMl wll aad aaa well. All who know
I C Mnrtoii' Knicluui Orooerioa,
Ommmr A Hlackwoll' English Orocana.
t.ihby. McNnU A Ltbby'a Onunwd Mta.
Richardson Robbln'a Oann.xl
MV hat Ix-aiitliiil ilelgni ot thf-so gotrN, ennVstlng of Pofas, Chairs. Rockers, Kt.
Etc. on can get tlicio geodn In any ilulsh yon drMre,
c; EH M js&m s
I'arlnf ehalrx, Dlultig-rooui t'hnlrs, Rocking Chalrt, OlDco Ohalra, Upholstered Chal.-e,
High Clial.-B. Klc., Klc.
Cribs and Cradles!
rerea ie, uie mhbbiuh
tfevbadiubildcil, Ui color brcan
my ftee, and I Wiaa l tr aaa
1 bad taken three botlli I could t
me iMt el to j( o mu so meiL"
HOOD'S PILL6 tethbf t rtf-dlnnefHUe,
Mitl iu mUor. cute budtcbe aad blllenineaii
HilllKON NKW.MAN A CO.
Ageutn fur Hawsllan lulmnlh.
By Lowla J. Lovuy.
Cold Comfort for tba P. O
It has sometimes beon hold that
tho use of language is to conceal,
not to convoy, one's meaning. I
suppose it is ou this theory that the
gentlemen who have usurped the
government aro jubilant, or appear
to be so, over the resolution of tho
Senate. Being well verged iu tho
arts of diplomacy they way be right
iu reading iuto tho resolution a
uieaniug which certainly does not
lie upon tho surface. But those who
aro uot so versed, aud suppose that
the Senate says what it means aud
means what it says, will be uuablo
to extract from the resolution much
comfort for tho I'rovUioual Govern
ment. Tho Senate first lays down that of
right it belongs wholly to the poo
plo of tho Hawaiian Islauds to es
tablish and maintain their owu form
of government aud domestic policy.
From this it is clear that tho Senate
considers that at tho present moment
I ho peoplo of the Hawaiian Islands
have no established form of govern
ment, aud recognize their right to
establish aud maiutaiu what form
they please, aud that right belongs
uot to au oligarchy, but to tho whole
people. Tho recognition of this
right by the Senate would toem to
leave with tho administration the
duly of providing that the whole
peoplo enjoy the exoroiso of that
right from which they are now do
barred. The usurpers say,'"Noi" for
the next clause forbids any inter
ference Are they right? Tho words
are, "That the Uuited States ought
iu uovviHO to interfere therewith."
With whatt With tho P. GJ No.
Willi tho right of the wholo people
aforesaid. Tho Senate had under
consideration the position of the
peoplo of the Hawaiian Inlands from
January 17, 18!l3, to tho present
time, and iu this sentence (i) rnu
deuius the aetiou ot Slevous, aud
(2) makes it the duty of the adminis
tration to set tho Hawaiian people
free from that interference with the
right recognized iu the first clause.
It is obvious that lo recognize the
Coiistitulioual Convention and its
results would bo a perpetuation of
tho interference perpetrated by Ste
vens, nud condemned by the Senate,
lint it is asked; How can thuadiiilu
islratiou act without violating the
principle ot nun interference luld
down by the .Senate! The answer
is: Tho principle laid down is that
of uou-iutorforoiico with the right
of the people, uot of uou-iuler-
KXKOUTOK'S SALE OK TIIK
Of the Lata Dr. Tronsseao.
1 am iiHritt'ted bv ! Ilfiir Cart
wright and II. K. Mutmyri, Ktroiil riid
the KiUM of thu latit Dr. Troimtrmi, to
wll nt I'nlillo Auction, at my Snli'-roonii,
On MOXDAY, .Inly Kith,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
The Whole of tli Vntnnlila Library holong.
lug to mid Kutuie.cuiixlntlhg of
English and French Medical, Scientific,
BoudIciI and Hlstorlcil Works.
And a largn number ol
Frtnch Novels by Eminent Authors.
VaV- Tho aliuru valnuhla collection aro
now mi vIoh.
Fit U ITS
Pie, table im l" t
W end IS "Ii -.-
A laKr anfly
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LA HOli 6TOCK8 OK -
Plaiiiiiiiun niippliiis. Hardware, Dry Gondii,
Grocfcory, Pumilnre. Etc., Gin..
LrKk'oitMiriiluf Woven Wlro Mattreurs, 8irlliK, Hair, Mini, Wool atut Htr Mat.
treses on hand and toad to order.
I I.IVKOKkHK PKATHKltt AN'DHILK KL08S KOIt IMLWIWS,
; WINDOW 811ADK8 IN ALI.C(LOK8 AND H1ZKH,
i'OUNIHK rOI.KS IN WOOOOlt UKAM8 ritlMMlNOH
! REPAIRING !
lattriiiisiis, imm and - Qplmlslnrad - Furniture
KKPAIKKl) AT UKAPONAIlLK ItATKH.
Cabinet Making """ Branohos by Conipeteut Workmen
.W ON HNI
Wo make a jiH-elnl feature of INTKIIlOlt IlKCOItATlNO
I under tint Mronai mix'rvlleii of Ma Okormi; Ohutrw.
.v- All our UimxIs arc I'rhl-li-" snd frnm the vory
con I tier the molt skeptical.
Utenl DenlKm A vjkll will
Onr Pricos are Positively Placed at Bedrock
TxTt?n tt r.ATrTi?G At rr
XAVl xx" -- v- bKUj 525 TMliKPl fONES Mutual 646
KwnntfKintfLftvs RINfl LOY i okdway "&' porter.
MVUOMM,0VJ --- -,,
407 Mug St., "Tbouiii Hlnrk."
fll-83 (log il. Orii Mtuiukei SI.
NuiDa) Tblb 3o C 0. Box 207.Motaal Tele.
P. 0. Rot 207.
OliiiMisi;, .JnpaiH'.se and udisiii
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
T'llir. FIIIHronSKIlAl. MKKTINO
of TlIKO II. Dvvim .t Co . LlMITfli.
h Id at tli-ir oilivi'i on Jnl I. lelil, tint
followlne tllllffru wi ra epn iliucil. vir.i
Muimijliii; Director .'(hen. II. II ivies,
I riii!t. It Walktr,
Krinels M. Mwiiiity,
II W. Hoi liRMrtli,
W. II. Uulrd.
E. W. HOLDS A OU III,
Hoii'iliiln.Jnlyn, IMH. MO 3t
- UIVKN 11V
Mr. Samuel Adelstein,
Solo MindoduUt and LuleUt,
T tub -
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday Evening, July 17th
AfMlHTKIi U -
M IBS KATE MiOIIEW. Sonranu & Violin,
MLS W 1. WAIO.IN'KII, tJontMllo,
.Mil WILL II. MllUOH.'lHinr,
MIHS NKTl'IK 1IIIKHANH, 1'iaim,
MIBSM. I'ATY. Violin;
MX. OKi i. I'AIIIH. Untui
Al It. WUAV T A Y LOU, LVIIo
( ii H ii In !
Indinn SilkH, I.iicch and LineiiH,
.Iiiiuiii:ho (Jrapt'H, ChinuHO Matting,
Silk Iluniilvui'chii'ft), SIiuwIh niul SouiTm,
frl'USH Cloth, Ruttim CliniiH, Etc.. lOto.
CSA Cnrnjilito TAILORING B.STABLIS11MBNT
with C"inn t'iit (JuitiTH mi'! u coinplotv lino of HiiHhIi and
IN rloct fit iruarantced.
VING FAT CHAN
lien to Inform the imlillo that ihny
ll.Wri OIK'llt-J n j
BftDCb Store at Nn. 322 Ncuauu Street,
Wliart lliry 'arry ni'miiilte linn of
llKDUUO'l bl.TH, t'HAIIIH,
HTANDB, Lie. Kli: Lio.
Fnnilturf R paired tttd nrunral Jublilog
t Reisunjbta HattiH
OAbUMKIIKH, LINKSB, l.AWNH, MU8L1NH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
- SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
TriinhH. VuliHi'B, Willow Ware,
Tublu Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ktc. Ktc.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
'Mi Niuinnu Klri'i't.
SON, SMITH & CO
IN Til El K NEW STORE,
CoitNKit ok Pout and Uotui. Stukets, - - Honolulu
Old Stand Swept Away.
AM KT1LI. I'UKI'AKKD 10 rtlll'KIt.
inttriid. Uet'oiintruct. or Imll.l unythiin;
ImIoiikIii); tit Hit) UiiIIiIIiik Truiic.
All urilvra lift with John Noll,
Thu following testimonial
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner ond
Humii.ui.u. H. I., May , 1NH.
IVvtinc IIauhwakkL'o. L'p, Houolula.
Yon auk my opinion ot Lucol at a Paint
1 havo rxHrlinented Kith Lucol Oil for
outxldi- and Inside work, alto on Iron work.
ImIiiUiik my vacuum nan, niachlnrry and
iTiitrlfu;als, with il and the reiuli bai
Ik.cu most aatUfai-tory. It dries hardar,
mukosu I'tittur liiilnh, KfX" farther aud U
more mitlafuutory in every way than lin-
k-.7.ki, u,ll. I ..n.m.itK- -l.n.lH.I lo. I Vain paiiu worK wiiivil waa aiaj-i
-" - - i - I kI i-kv ulli lllmeeil oil
O W. MNCOI.N.
REMOVAL NOTICE !
Oil wus tn-ed.
Irltd hard wheu
Dirootion for Use.
Ufo Lucol in every rcBi.tol in th
i mime nuiiair m you wimlu lintju
i ml, with tin' ninj,'k' exception that you
A. F. Medeiros & Co. ,,m' aM iM n-i&' " I,u-
Ilox I'Ihii nt L,
npilllfcK NK'KI.Y KUIt.
L nialifd Itooma Ht No.
4 Oariltii Uiip. NIMf
HOUSh AND LOT AT
Annlv on nremUeH. or of
jun li r. nnn i wn,
111711m On honrd tniiinr W.O Hall.
Al WAIKIK1 ON THIt
ciuarterH fur one or two bin
ulu Hentli'iiicii. hoard oi
tioual; hathhiK fucllltlen isood.
inm if It IT 1 .1 KTIV OKKIOK
VU UK LKT IINKIIIINIHHKD, TIIK
I hoiifuund pre iiilsf h ih'oii iilfd hyt'upt.
Mint In Niiitanii valluy, oppoNltH thu I'aiioa
vitllry road, Huvunty li'i't ahovi ura liivel,
Tramuart pain thu kuIck. Vnr parthmlara
miiillre ou the prt'iiiliim or of II, MIHl',
ilerohant itrret, atllolitliiu Ultbouabauk.
. FINE XjISTOE OF
Sl'ONGUS mill I'EKPLTMIOKY,
DKUGS and MEDICINES.
Soda Water with Pure California Fruit Juice.
FE3R S. S. "O-AESLIO."
HOLLISTBR Sb CO.
Have made another Large Importation of
Hnui.U of l, CONSTANOIA anil KL COMKTA
Largo Ansortment of Shapoa and Sizti.s.
For oale Id Hood or Doty Paid Gor, Fort & UercM Streets.
Will remove to their ntm hrndiiuarterii
ON OU AIIOUT JULY 1ST
PciKci Fit Guaranteed.
Notion of RumiiVdll
N AND A FT Kit JULY Ih!, TIIK
I J Oilu-u id thu I'KOI'I.L'H ICi: A UK
FUIOKIt.VTl.N'O CO will ! at the
Factory, Boretania Street,
Horn ti:li;i'Honks i.vi.
L. C. A11M5.S, MAN.un.rt.
Itenldciico TrluihoiiPh Hell Ji:i, Mutuul
First Boml-Aiuuial Exhibition
At Klug'a Art OallorUa, HoUl Street,
Open from Juiit HI It to July Dili.
Kxhlhllioiiof Oil ritiuthiKK, Wnti-r Color
rattvln.buuipiure, woon i iirvinn i
ikIIu I'aUitiiiK, Admlnelou, U) i.'
tluill Villi would of lillK'td.
In iininK iih'UIIic, Vunotian red, llin
ochres, .mil inhtir dry piuiuiiu, it la
iiilvixuhlu to mix up the iminl at leutt
one ttuy heloro it i to be uaed, then
uilil u tliinl more l.UCOL and the paint
will lie found to isivir well and have
ii koi id ykitirt,
I NEVICIt UHK J.Vl'ANb
I W'litro hard uiirluet-b aueb a Uooih,
I HKipH, etc., aru reuuired urn litharite
only, uover nu Japan.
IAHJOI. M1XK8 WITH VAH
NIHI1EK mid uxnirti- their winking aud lui
pruvor their apjicuruuee but tuky
HIIOIM.ll UK UHKD HAMK DAY TUKY AH
Mixi.iollierwixo the gum of tho var
ulnh tuny he pn'oipitatcd or the mix
The addition uf lioiu to I A Lj
coi. to viiriiixhi'H doeti not redtieu thuir
liiotin nor riitunl their hardeutuic and
dry hit; and it pieveulH tlu'ironn'kin.
izv"' I An6Qts tor the Hawaiian Islauds L
1 IWU tl 1