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ttiilflfd Io ntillusr Htci hut 'urij ,
Hut Kttublithtd for the bmrfil of Alt.
THURSDAY, NOV. I, 18M
l(a Leo ought to republish thu
names of those who spouted treason
iu Brewer's hall prior to the revolu
tion, also some of the remarks they
made ineititiK the uatnea to revolt
against their sovereign. lii'ii it
thus shows up the pioneer tool iu
the great conspiracy, its aspersions
of treachery upon other people, wlio
had no part iu the undoing o( the
established go ornuicul anil of the
country's independence, will bo es
timated at their real worth
It has suited the Star's mode of
looking at things to say that the
Uu.LiiUN is a "traitor" to a "lost
cause." When a cause is "lost,"
lidelity to it would only be a fool'
virtue. To bo proved a traitor to
a cause conscientiously espoused
while its success w.-n possible wuuld
be a crushing humiliation. In Hie
cate iu point the ISim.i.tin simply
accepted the inevitable, when the
head of the United States Uovcrn
ment recoguied a government of
this country which he had declared
was instituted by "fraud and force"
on the part of ollioi.il representa
tives of the Initoil Mates. There
was then nothing left for the friend
of Hawaiian independence and
popular self-government but to go
into open revolt against thu now
established government. Tins the
lit m.i.tin could not seethe way clear
to advocate, nor could it descry any
hope for permanent peace or goo-t
government in even a smve.viful
revolution for the restoration ol tin
1IIK NAN3UAN MUTINY.
Opening of a Naval Court ol Inquiry
to lnvustlgatu tlio TrouUIu.
The naval court of impiiry into
thu mutiny ou board the Japanese
steamer .Niinsliaii ai at Iti o'cioi-U
tins forenoon, the following com
prising the court: Captain A. G. ft.
liawes, llrilislt Commissioner; Cap
tain May, ol 11. II. .M.S. llyaciutu;
Captain .Mist, K. N., and Captain
Uruwu, of the llritish bail: Uimai.t.
Clias. L. Carter represented t.'apiaui
King of the Naiishau and I'atil .Neu
mann appeared for the Japanese.
K. Okoiis and C. A. loyle, inter
preters, were present, a also was
.dr. Narita, representing the Japa
nese legation. 1 he chief ollicer of
the Naushau was the only witness
ou the stand this forenoon. 'I lie
court reconciled at I ;."I0 o'clock tins
afternoon, and the inquiry will pro
bably conclude this evening.
IN AN ACTIVE STATE.
Manager Lou Tells About thu I'retunt
Condition ot thu Volcano.
I'eter Lee, manager of the Volcano
House, writes as follows by the V.
"The volcano is quite active. Lake
Halcmaumau has risen ?o feet since
theliOth iust., and the large fountain,
"Old Faithful," is again at work,
blowing up large pieces of lata in
to f0 feet iu the air. The lake is
about 2.71 feet below the edge of the
banks, and about .MXi feet long and
12i)0 feet wide, rising all the time and
getting more and more active. ISrac
ing weather. Thermometer l in
forenoon To at noon."
- - - -
i'leiiry Wilson, the postmaster at
Wclshtou, Florida, says ho cured a
case of diarrlma of long standing in
hours, with one small bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami
Diarrhiea Remedy. What a pleasant
surprise that must have been to the
Hiiucrcr. Such cures are not un
usual with this remedy. Iu many
instances only one or two doves are
required to give permanent relief
It cau always bo depended upon.
When reduced with water it i plea
aut to take. For sale by all ie,-d
ers. liensou, Smith Si Co., Atouts
for thu Hawaiian Islands.
By Lowls J, Lnvay.
CL().SIN(J (HT HALIOOF
CLOCKS and JEWELRY
On PKIDAY, -Nov. lM,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
1 will mII at I'iiMic iu-ii,.i, :il in Km,'
Mn-cl, Tliniiiii ' lllo.l, ,
THK WJiol,!-. SI in h in
Jewelry, Show Cates,
Iron Safe, Etc , Etc
Positively to be Sold Without Reserve !
Uowlu J. Lovoy,
117(1 hi AIK.TIONKI.lt
AN I l'l Mil SHU "II Mil, I!
liliiT.lr.-iii!- ihiii. lnt iiiiinl llu- h'ii
I1U1I Hlrli'hri' at riilli-i lor uml 1 anvil--, r
liml (itivrli'iirii iif 1
fur 11 li-VM'Irt linn
Willi 1. 1 III' i'IihI III I hi
iiliivliitnl in. iilmwtur In 11 11 v iiIliuii ulili'h
In' la lilili tollll. A1I1 ri'K Ml. J. "Unulmn.
C'cliitul JMIx-ry, llunolulii. I17J-JI'
AT SIXES AND SKVENS.
lttt;uliir Vol loo and Dotocttvus Pull ,
ing Acalust Each Othor.
The case of Ah On, a Chiueso boj
charged with the hrceny of a gold
watch, valued at ?2., the property
of a Chinaman, was called iu the
District Court this morning. Deputy
M-irslinl I '.muii rintie.ireil for the
proecution and aked that the case
be continued until Saturdav morn-'
ing.as ho was not ready to proceed
with the ca-e. The boy was asked
whclher he had anv objection to the '
continuance, and ho replied no. C.
W.Ashford.at this point, rose and
laedthat he had been relained to
ait iu tne prosecution, and asked
thu Dcputj Marshal whether hw had
an) objection to h!s doing so. Mr.
llmwii replied that the Cvernniont
was perfect I v able to prosecute the
case ami needed un assistance from
he intended to make a thorough in-
vestigation and sift the airair to the
bottoui. and that was Ins reason for
r.'fusmg assistance and for contiuu-
ing the case till Saturday. He was
satislicd in his mind that the charge
against t lie boy was a put up job. '
Ah On was arrested by Detective
Lar.enV men on Momlay night in a
lace iii the r ar of ee Woos
mtcher shop, .oriier of King and
Maunakea streets. The men state
that when the b. iv saw that he was
caught, he threw the watch under
some Htep.. where it was found. At
the Mation Senior Captain I'arker
heard th-men's story, also the boy's
.statement, and ordered the boy's re
leae. The boy stated that ho did
not steal the watch and his story
was tieiieveit. lie was since ro-ar-
There is something mysterious
.loiMii i ue mioie e.l-e, ll it'll lll,l lie
cleared iu the trial ou Satunlay.
Ah On and another Chinaman were
acting as informers for Captain
Scntt ami Lieutenant Hart ou Mon-
day, the ollicers setting then, to
watch lee Woos place for gam-
biers. Instead ,if gamblers being
nrresien uie nut w.is milieu ill iiv
Lar sine,,, who happened to be
watcinng the same place. His com-
After the ...lease of All On the
(hinaniaii who gave information of
hi alleged theft nf the watch was
arrested o the charge d vagraucv.
c w. Asidord was tuid that this
man, whov name is Ion Kee, had
I n arrested for conspiracy. Ileiug
retained by his friends Mr." Ashford
went in the station w-stenlay even-
ing. nking a Ih n itin representative
casually met near by to accompany
him. While waiting for Deputy
Marshal llrown to eome from the,
cells below. Mr. Ashford told the re
porter about the case. Captain
Scott had just been tnlkiiiK about ;uv;ml;lt(C tO tllC people W'llOSC
I In same cae, and was present while . . . , ' ..,
thealt..ru. wassiatiiiKhi) view of llOlllCS lU'O II) tllllt lOcMlltV, pi'O-
it. The captain had Maid that the iv-rlv will iiiciviSi' in vilttc
arrest of Ah On was undoubtedly a l,cM .NU", ",CI(-li,(- ' N'ul"
puiup job. and told of a Mimilnr case, . theiV lot' the IVMSOIl IllUt WUtei'
uliere the informer iu an oiiium ,,,;n i, , ,i .,, :r,, if il, . ,A.,
comiciionhe had secured was al- ' W,il lv PWH"- "K K'
iiiiil imiiHMliaii.ly ifierward arrest- el'llllieilt Coilld be illdllCod to
tiJ$?Zul:titXt IniprnvcJ Stone l-'illcrs in
tie- pfsenceof ih.Miiiicer'ou watch, ihc. pipes 1 lie heiilth ol the con-
nseriei that the nrret of Alt Ou , , , . . . . ,,
wis not a pump j... lie said the SUIlleib WOUld PC PelkT. yll
watchwasstohnfro.nareApeclableLv;,.,. lb . f,. Jrinkinyj ,
t lllliesii storelteeper. and that All ! . . i i i i
Ou had but lM'-l come mil of jail COOKIIli purposes should be
for another oil. ii-e. lilicivil vn irbKi-m u-ilcr
Mr. Ilrowu now appearing was llK,u1, !'Ncn '"'''lll "'IU
asKed what was the charge aKainsI is Hot Sllfe. Uoil it Illld you
Ton Kee and replied that it was I -m .- i d, ,..., I .,,ij,...
xn-raucy. I'.eini ashed what the Will lllUl .1 tllOUS.UHl p.lltlLleS
l.ail was. he replied that il was M. I lit Kit i 111,' arolllld. liltelit llll()ll.l,rll
Mr. Ashford said, ''Well, we'll put . ' i ... ..... ' .
up the money." and retiied. , llll Improved bllie rilkT Jlllll
., . r, .. . , everv one ol lliein will disap-
l-ora pain in the side or chest t '
there is not hiiiff so j,'ood as a piece i peill.
of llnmicl dampened with t'hainbor- if .,..., ,.. . ,..,,;M ,i in i.,,in-lain-s
I'ain Halm and bound on over " Ul1 llllU ll ulhllkl ,n ,)l
the seat of pain. It allords prompt parlor (111 which llieiV IS !l VU
and permanent relief and if used in t ,.,.. ....... .:n :( ...m, n . j.
time will alway. prevent a cold from I1-11"1 -sP:l HH " Willi Kinik
riiiltnif in pneumonia, The Maine ' wood. We have U k'V choice
treatment is a sure cure for lame ... . . . . . ., .
baek. "or sale by all dealers. Hen- j bits 111 Olir Mtliill WllldoW that
F..H, smith .v Co., Akcium for the . ;ire no duplicated aiivwhore in
Hawaiian NlntidM. I , , ..' .... ' .
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n iM-m-.it iiiii-i:
2 In' I llll III I v.. ,
' lil r.i I, iii'iit.,! Alilnt
"II ,' III I i hil llllli'll
ii; . imi
Ai.AI.nK M ItMnllKli
Kimii. fur liii'lc t!fii-
liiiimii hituitii-il oi li-rc
Ihihh Hlrii'l, id iiiiiiiiicm' 1
aiiIC Iniiii I'iimi Olliri'. Aililrrsi U.,
lliih ollici-. I ( 1 -.2 t
I' (HIM mi r.l.Ki
it i ii'iiiu .tr..i.l ni'iir
li iininiikii i-ln 1 1
A. 'j l
I.I.U Is J. I.KVKY.
JIOOM8 AND JIOAUO.
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Ill. II Ml.
H'ltMSIII i ( ol
In I'. , 1'illll'Ul .lllll
1 . 1 1 m -. 1 1 1 1 y 1 1 in i i il will in'
I'll I'll lit It IMI llTllll' I ll
fur u term nf live vi .11
I'KW UllliK AlUV
uilii'i'H 10 rem im
iiiihIi'iiiiii li'inii iii I lie
M-niini llmr i.l llu' ii'i'i!-
In l' llmik IHi.i'1. ih 'd
II .(.'1.1 u i. Il: V A 1 O
A I A AIK1KI ON I II H
iiiirU" lur mm r tHn Him
ili' Urui Imiiihii Imiirit .i-
In.iiul, tiiitlilntf in, nun"-isiiimI
I'or 1 null
IKWi If tllil UCriN (IKKM'K,
1 HuIhkiI ami l.imiiit
hlni'li. Imii Ii In lln 1 1 'i
nil mi ill it r. (Im. W
Km tilt 11111I kii-mii n ' Id
, I irtliiT imitli'iilnri iu i' lit 1I111 ullll 11 nl
ll.TJ ll LilH 1 1. IIUUWN.
. 1. 11.
October ?, iSy.f.
'lie first election under the
Republic pilSSOd oil US quietly
.. , , , ,,
US All Ol'dllUry funenil Mid All",
i.lmi ,i eiml,ir.,., ; ,,
Mtfllime, tile StlOllgOM 111 tllO
.imvwitmn nniv nmrp nrovod
"PPO - MllOll, OIlLC HlOrt pi0eu
himself 11 lllilll wllOSC destiny
IS to JJOt left LV U Very MIKlll
. .' .... , ,
HKlJOIltV. I he COUllt sllOWed
. ......i . i: I . .. , I, .
thtf ICuhll Candidates to be
-Mwiujor in every particular
than tlioir Opponents; it sIlOW"
c'd abo that it WAS tile WISH of
., . ... ,. .. , ,,
the VOtcTS that tllC "regulars
.... , . ,,,... ii, . i.,,,,.. f,. n
' ,mk tlK I:UV-N '0I ,Ile
niUSSOS. Tile rOMtlt IS il 1'OUS-
. . ,r ...
"K viciuiy mi me Miiy in
power, iliasilllicll aS Hot 0110 of
'. ... , ,
tile opposition Secured CllOUljIl
V()(os Jo cm., j,-, j0 victory,
. . . ,
AS ail object leSSOll the ICSllIt
u,;i ivl. , ji. ,.ir,v nnnn nn
NN "' ll,Uc ,LS -Ilt(-l; UP" P0"
lltlClll dubbei'S. it sIlOWS that
the Populists, non-Partisans or
he Pailliers' AllillllCC are Hot
, .... , I I i
Cili:il 111 political JfOllCRllsllip 10
jl0 workilUJ members of tile
, ,, ,, -,-, . e i i
A. U. I . I lie dOlOUl IS CI'USll-
n H, ,., (). s l( ()f , .
Cllll JJO doWll a slldllll,' board
r,.,. ...... ..,i ,,.,,( .-,Hi..i ., . ,li.
,n,tfUI WllllOllt Kellllljr .1 spllll-
ier somewhere in their ana-
. . ii ii i i
!"' I e A. U. IMud every
point COVCied SO well lliat Ar.
.. .. ., ,
Kleiiniie was really the only
onc f ( , opposition who had
.' ' , , ...
II CliailCC to be ClcCtCd Ullll I1IS
.,.,, U,.K n ,.MV, vi w
)W , ,NN,lS , ,t. ,liai ,.L
should Hot feel badly OVCI" lllS
A reservoir (111 tie slopes of
'uiichhowl will be of untold
uie world. I lie asMiniueiit IS
I made up of liist's, 'f,r,
j isst's and ltn's, I'lowcr
Holders, Ink SLuitls. Tolnro
Jio.si's, Chocolate Pols, and a
i half dozen oilier thinj-s both
1 useful and ornamental.
I The Maudlin Tap Water
J Tiller at a dollar tills an aching
i void in the wanb of the cook.
; I landsomcly nickel-plated and
j French Cook Knives are I he
I best knives obtainable for the
kitchen. Made ol the hnest
j iiuilily of steel aiul hauleneJ
' so I hat the edtfc will not turn
up when it strikes a bone 1
j cents aiul a dollar.
I In the matlei of Sewing Aa-
j chines, we hold that the Wer-
Iheim Triplex is the most ser-
iceahle in the market because
it makes three distinct slikhes.
I'or rullles on the babies' cloth
ing you want a single Mich.
I he Wertheim makes il.
l;or good hard sewing on
the boys' knickerbockers you
want a lock slich. The Wei
iheim gives il.
Tor all soils of sewing on all
soils ol cloihiim you make
our selection ol stitches ,uu
the Wei Iheim will do l he woik.
The Hawaiian Hardware Go. Ltd,
MOV VOUT MTHICMtN
Not only is our Slock tlio 1uiost, but
our prices aro tlio LOWEST, snirt our tonus
tho most IjIBKRAL ovor oMoimmI tlie public.
1uy Fine Furnisliius of us. sit Lower
Prices lliiin arc dmi'ircd for inf'ciior tjkIos
olsowltoi'c. niul onjoy
KCopl cSo Co.,
No. V-l King Street
Pioneer Furniture House
HiST-A-BIjIS H EiD 1859.
New Goods I Latest Designs ! Largest Stock I
hill III (MK IIKIHtOOM bKI'M,
HOKAH. I.OIIN0KH, WAKD'ilHIKH,
MIUKOItS, MOD 1.1)1 MIX. Kilt., Kill.
Spiiuial Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
IVr Itotl ol 4(1 Ysr.ls, $12.(0.
And a Pmo Quality for $9 por Roll.
Headquarters for m Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76
IHiirrM-orx to (', K. Wlllliniin.l
H09 AND 611 KING STREET
An lnvoici' of tlio
Water juot rocoivod
direct from the Springe
in Shaoto, California.
Shttnta io tho
flnoBt mlnoral water
in the world. It ia
uood in every loading
hotol and on all tho
railway dining corn in
the Unitod Staton.
'ChaBta' ' ia the
Queen of all table wa
tora; bloidn perfectly
with liquor of all
kindai and io a natural
relief for all didor
dero of the atomach,
kidneys and liver.
For ual e by all drug
gists and tho trade
general ly .
macfarla::e & co. ltd,
Solo Agentn for tho
Mr.wai i an Itil .'ndr .
VIIHCK H HKItKltV (IIM'.N THAT
1 nil 'I111111.. ii;uiiiil tlir rriliTJiui H.i
Iiiiiii will 1.1, mUIiiI Ii) Mr Jit-. I'' Mur
Killl, llii'l nil lillMllll'lllIK' Itriiiillllml'lu llll'
I rliirlnn -iiiiuii itml f ! juKliln,! Iiuiim' uf
I.. II. tin iii in it- uIhivi' ilitl" ri ii'H nlili'
in Mr I. II 1 1,.,.. All liHU iiuiliiM I.. II.
I irn tiliii-i. iirt'iiiil iiiiniitllali'ly fur ii'ty
linn' l II. IIKli
lllllliillllu, Out. .1, IKil.
tlioin while you are
Cucuiittions lead to Correct Rosolts.
W'hrtr firiifle unite u inhlnlr It in ni)i)u)
iii'j Unit jil iiirtitrt nit iiftemtrilij f-n-ir,
IIV iirr itlllwj filttiittt rirnj ilinj, fit tn ijmee
iiny lunar, thr irirruf iiliteh uiiiilit ufoni'i
fiinr1 nut iniuiuifri 11 itli tit furl,
ll it nut nrimiiry In ijrl 11 jiirt 1x1tnJ t tr It Ing
nr cii'imiliiij tit iinlii In Inn? it 11111L of nit.
Thr mtlliinl 11 rrirniiirfiiii hum1 In -mjnt,
urn Lin if nHilf fur iH-njile nf iiiwlrnilr iiitnnt
111 11 til tit tlitlr imiltltlrr iiriijltlmr, tit ynttifij
tlitii tiihtrfiir thr liimitifitl,
Oirnt iitmjr fur tlifi ifViin nf limit, in Hit
Itlrrllnn nfmlijtrtt, itnjliirilril li;i tint IrrjitiitJ
jiittiirtt tit tin 1 1 firm 11 ml iiiuiililimjt fitim
uhlfU In ttltel tht f ruin ti,
lint iittil ntitr Im it (I lut In tunic ii'mf tn
ijlit 111 11 inrtfiit, nt iimj Unit 111 fur nmi uiif
f,fnr tlitir It uiilhiuij lirtltr limn 11 jiiiiiirt,
IW- .tint KlXtl .'(. itllitplmttuijrt
hi'twecn China and Japan
will caiiHo irlct'H for their
silk fithricritn go higher; no
coHiitr can light mid weave
Kilk at the Hiiiiittiiinu. The
jrict' luiH already advanoed
and the paniiH Ktate that
the war h likely to be "on"
for two or three years. It
behoovert tho careful buyer
to puichiiKc now. AVo bad
1 an imineiirie stock of Japa
ni'ise Cioodis ordered before
war wiih declared, coiiHe
quently we can continue to
Hell at the old prices an lon
as our prchcnt Mock holds
out, and then tins War will
force prjees up. )ur last
eoiisigiiinent oiiiimkIhoI Silk
Dress (J oods, both ligurcd
and plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ladies and (lints, tMlk
Kimonos, Smoking dack
et, Silk I'ajaiuas, daimnese
and t'h'ma Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shadis, Lunch Uas
kets, etc., elc.
Until SI (Arllliuluii llliii'Ll.
1 Mm, J. I1. I'. i!iu.i.rii, 1'ruiirli'iri'itn.
would create a demand for sleighs,
of which our slock is exhausted.
We have, though; a very Nobby
Liltle Villngn Cart, both Fall and
Winter Style, which is the admira
tion of all who sec it.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'6 CO.,
Mo 70 Queen Stjeet
IVu'ch lii'luw any other
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Fort. Ac Ktoteii 8i,h
From Recent Direct ImportatloDS
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LA.K.C3-E A8SORTMBNT.
FIlSrEJST IKT FLAVOR
Of any imported. diiHt received by
BIOIjIjIBTBR &c 00.
Stiindiinl Flour in Iarkcl.