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EVENING BULLETIN, OOTOBEB
51 Euei?iF? Bulletin,
ulilrli l lnriirMirnlril (lie
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
.WEDNESDAY. - - OCT. 2, 1305.
MR. CASTLE TALKS.
Minister-elect Castlo has opcn
ud his nio.iUi ami put liis foot iu
it. Ho has submitted to bo intcr
rifwod by tho Hoston Journal,
and in his Mtor.uices ulloui'd his
longr.o to wag with unbridled
elt-rity. It is bard to dotcnnino
whether what ho tried not to say
or wliat be uttcri-d with the utmost
frankness is most likoly to givo
umbrage to tho Administration at
Washington. 1 1 is remarks on tho
situation hero are injudicious in
he extromo, boing calculated to
.loluy tho procoss of conciliation
and pacifioatiou tvbich has uu-
lonbtedly boon for somo time in
progress. Universal reconcilia
tion to tho present rulers us con
stituting a particular faction is
not horo moant such would be
something unparalleled in this or
iny other country but an nccopt
mco of tho new form of govern
ment that hns been established
y never mind what moans. The
foregoing judgment of tho inter
iow in question is capable of
soiiio specific elaboration.
Mr. Castlo makes little or no
Attempt to conceal tho bittornoss
of his faction, deeply shand by
'.lis own heart, ngaiiibt President
Cleveland. Me bus tho bad taste
o go unnecessarily into tho ques
tion of tho right or wrong of tho
landing of American forces horo
In J.muary, 1893, and whilo at
tempting to cnutrovort the con
clusions of President Clovoland
regarding that evont, ho has the
bad conscience to make misstato
.wents and to tell half truths
vhich are worse than wholo lies.
Vt the same titno ho displays tiio
fatal forgetfulness of admitting
wliat his associates in the revolu
tion, if not ovon himsolf, lmvo
ivor and over again donicd with
lio most iuteuso fiercouoss. For
nstnnco, he says that tho troops
xrero landed ' boforo wo they
.had obtained possession of all tho
orauchos of tlio Government,"
mil ho feared Unit "the act would
'jo opon to misconstruction. "It
xas feared by mo and others," he
says, "that it might bo said that
.this was done for tho purpose of
intimidutiug tho queon and her
government; and what wo
Tearcd cauio to pass." This
is frigid enough to put in success
ful opposition to the Hawaiian
.Electric Company's now rofri
Tirerating plant, when it is ro
memborod, and has been testified
iio by tho vory actors thomselves,
fchat the then conspirators, of
-whom Mr. Castlo wus one, beggod
and prayed tho Amorican Minister
rto land troops boforo tlioy should
'move on tho works;" that Mr.
iOamou has testified to his grave
fears of the rosults of action with
out the support of tho American
troops; that Mr. Sopor refused to
nke command of tho intending
insurgents until ussured that u
movement on their part would bo
promptly supported by tho Ame
rican troops, and that tho do--eisiou
to act was only inuda whou
,ho Amorican Minister hud, whilo
jrebulling the members of tho
CSovuriiuit'iit, told tho leaders of tho
xovolt that ho would land troops
whether they wero roaily or not.
and encouraged thorn to expedite
heir attack by promising thorn
recognition in tho imiuo of tho
Uniti d Stales Government when
ever tlioy should havo capturod
4ho (.ioverument buildings. It is
with ftrcnt reluctance that wo ro-
,'ert to theso anciont afFuirs now,
. jut tho ltsL'onsibility is Mr.
Castle's for wantonly tearing open
tho old wounds, lleforo leaving
this pirticular point, howovor,
lUMther witness may bo recalled.
W. G. Smith, who arrived horo
when tho United States protector
ate was on, and who was for somo
months tho favorite journalist
and orator of tho Provisional
ttovornmont's party, lectured
on Hawaiian affairs both
iu tho East and in tho Paciflo
Co.ist. Mr. Smith had boon ad
mitted to the iuuur chamber con
fidence of tho revolutionists, as of
course a matter of necessity to
tho prosecution of his vocation in
this country. Therefoio ho may
fairly bo regiuled as an author
ity upon matters counoctcd with
tho 18'J!1 revolution. In his lec
tures Mr. Smith said that tho
lauding of the American troops
and tho disposition uf tho main
body of them in front of tho
palace woro contrived and ex
ecuted as "a hugo guno of bluir."
This citation from u recognized
P. G. oracle brings up other as
sertions of Mr. Castle in Boston
rospoctiug tho Amorican troops
on that occasion. Ho mentions
tho bonding of a squad oach to
tho Legation and the Consulato,
thou talks of tho disposition of
"tho third dotachinont" as
if it wore tilno bat a
squad, wherous it was tho main
part of tho Boston's battalion of
marines and bluej ickots. Mr.
C.istlo has tho effrontery to deny
that tho troops wre "at any time
paraded in viow of the pulnco
windows," when ho knows that
tlioy wero deployed into Mililani
lano looking right up to the palace
front, and their gutling guns plac
ed where tlioy commanded the
same object and in full viow thoro
from. This was not "after dark"
oithor, Mr. Castle to tho contrary
notwithstanding, as is proved by
the ovidonco of tho revolutionary
loaders themselves. "Arion Hall"
in the lane just named, whoro
tho troops wore qiwtored "did
not command tho Govornmout
buildings," Mr. Castlo is reported
to say ."neither was it within sight
of tho palace." "Is reported to say"
is a phrase usod advisedly, for it
would make one sick to believo
that Mr. Castle should bo cupablo
of such shameless misrepresenta
tion. Arion Hall ia sholtored
from tho viow of the palace only
by tho Opora House, and tho
American pickets stationed in
front of it could have boen picked
oil' by marksmen in the palace.
"Did not command tho Govern
ment buildingsl" A word of throe
letters describes this assertion.
The hall is undor tho vory shadow
of tho building then occupied by
the ministerial departments and
the higher courts. As has ofton
boen stated a body defonding that
building against an attacking
force attempting to surround it
could not shoot at tho assailants
without dangor of casualties to
tho Amorican troops. Enough
of theso stalo falsehoods and half
truths that aro worso.
Thoro is not space to take up
all tho points inviting criticism
in tho intorviow. Ono of the
sections in tho vilest taste is the
Minister-oleot s presumption of
apologizing for Miuistor Willis's
position hero as tho ropresenta
tlvo of his Govornmout and its
policy. Tho intorviow concludes
with a deliborate falsehood about
tho Anglican Bishop here. In
answer to a question about Hishop
Willis's protest against tho closing
of tho churches on account of
cholera, Mr. Castlo is roprosentod
as saying: "Tho Bishop has boen
bo outspoken and so unreasonable
in his opposition to tho Govern
ment Unit a schism has occurred
in tho Cathedral parish of tho
English church, and a faction, led
by Mr. Mackintosh, has formed a
now congregation." And t'io Ad
vertiser, which has been largely
owned in Mr. Castle's family for
many yours past, republishes this
infamous lio without a word of
commont or any conjecturo that
Air. Castlo must havo been misre
ported. Tho "schism" in St. An
drew's Cathedral occurred eight
or ton yoars ago. It had nothing
to do with politics. Part of it was
duo to the Bishop's disapproval
of tho broadth of tho religions
affiliations of Bov. Georgo Wal
lace, one of his clergy. That g"ii
tlomau would tako part in Y. M.
0. A. moetings, otc. , which is
against tho Bishop's opinion that
tho Church affords scopo enough
for nil roligious enterprise. For
a long time after tho "schism"
Hev. Alex. Mackintosh adhered to
the Bishop and miuittored to his
Hook. The so-called "faction, led
by Mr. Mackintosh," contuined
throughout tho controversy many
of the most prominout and stal
wart "royalists'- and sympathizers
wth tho deposed monarch. Major
Wodohouso, British Miuistor, who
becamo privately and almost offi
cially persona nongrata with tho P.
G. and thollepublicforhissuppos
od royalistic sympnthios, was a lay
roador iu Mr. Mackintosh's con
gregation, who read the lessons
at the stated Sunday sorvices up
to his departure from tho city.
Thoo. II. Davits, the foromost
champion of the lost causo, oc
cupied a front pew at tho services
of tho same faction. And who
does not know tho political send
mouts of honest Georgo Hnrris,
an office-holder undor Mr. Mac
kintosh iu tho church ? At tho
mooting- of Mr. Mackintosh's
Hock held to mako efforts for com
ing to an amicable understanding
with tlio I5ishop,it was tho "rank
est royalists" who felt constrained
to burst forth with the bittorest
rhetoric against tho Bishop. At
tho same time some of the earliest
and most constant adherents of tho
I. G., including not a few holding
oflico thereunder, are membeis
in good standing and regular at
tendants at sorvices of Mr. Mack
intosh's congregation, and thoir
rotations with thoir royalist
brethren in tho sinetuury have
beon in tho highest dogreo har
monious. Faugh! Mr. Castlo. You aro
making a bad beginning.
An account of tho ravages of
cholera iu China and Japan else
whore given would indicate that
ioreiguors thoro who tako euro of
thomsolvos aro about as immuno
from the disoaso us they havo
boon in Honolulu.
Notice to Intending Passengers.
S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
Ofkh'k ok tiikOckinic Stkamsiiii' Co.
Hn.NOM'l.u, fceptemlicr 80, I8!l."i,
Tho S. S. 'Australia' will leave this port
for San Francisco promptly at 1 o'clock
li.ni., nn WEDNESDAY, tho 2il instant.
Cahin 1'as.skniikk Tickixs only will bo
issued at tins nflluo, between the hours of
8 it. in. ami "i p. in., Tuesday the lnt Oct.
ami 8 ami 10 a.m. on Wednesday tho 'Jd
Oct, Such passengers as are given tickets
must repoit at tho Intor-Island S. N. Co. 'a
wharf for fumigation and inspection as
promptly as possible botween the hours of
1 and 'J:.-l( p.m. on tho day of sailing. Ail
luggage aud hand baggugu of whatever
description must bo delivorod at the old
Chul.m pieini-.es (lalo htiiln works factory)
on Nuuauu stieot for fumigation not later
than II a.m. on the day of sailing. All such
luggage, etc., after fumigation will bo de
livered to tho steamer ami cared for by tho
WM. O. IltWIN .V CO L'l),
1 l.VJt General Agents.
A 1'lltSi: WITH 1M IN HAWAIIAN
1 li 11- and a mmdl Diamond Pin, tinder please
return to llri.i.uriN Olllce and ivcelvc M0
AriT.lt THIS IiATi; I WII.I. NOT UK
responsible lor any debts conducted In my
name except upon my wiltlen order. All
accounts agalinl me to this date should lie
presented to mu at lltii.i.isruu .v. C'u.'o
Oct. 1, Ib'j:,. UOIIKKT l.AINC.
Wanted to Rent.
I KIT.XISIIKD t'OTTACii: OK TWO Oil
tlnec room Immediately. Adiliess
HU-lf Ilullelln Olllce.
TMPLI'. OK TIIltl'.H-STITCH
This week we want to call
the attention of the ladies of
Honolulu and the Hawaiian
Islands generally to the merits
of the Wertheim Sewing Ala
chine. This is provided with
a Belgian invention by which
three different stitches may be
sewn according to the will of
the operator. Whether the
lady or the house wants a sin
gle chain stitch or a combined
two-thread or embroidery stitch
without in any way impairing
the excellence'of the machine
as a lock-stitch one, is simply
a matter of pressing a button,
this machine does the rest.
With this machine by simply
pressing a button either a lock
stitch, chain stitch or combin
ed lock and chain stitch is pro
duced as desired. In other
words this one machine per
forms the work of three dis
tinct ones, and not content
with that can furnish in ad
dition a beautiful darn in linen
as well as woolen materials
and underwear by means of its
far reaching chain stitch, and
the need of any special darning
appliance is therefore avoided.
To produce the chain stitch all
that is nec.ssary is to press
down a button near the stitch
regulator and move it from left
to right and go right along
with your sewing
1-or dressmakers and those
who have much making over
to do, this machine is the best
out. The chain-stitch is easily
unrav :led by undoing the last
loop at the end of the seam,
ana although the embroidery
stitch is just as firmly locked
as the lock stitch and is much
more elastic, yet it is easily un
done. All the operator has to
do is to draw out the interlac
ed shuttle thread and the chain
stitch remains, which latter
unravels easily as stated above.
The machine can readily be
changed from one stitch to an
other and back again to the
ordinary lock stitch without
any danger of getting out of
seeing is oeueving is an
old and true saving and we
cordially invite afl the ladies to
come in and see this machine
in actual operation in our store.
We have a larjje number of
these elegant machines on
hand and will sell them at rea
sonable prices. We guarantee
them to do all that we adver
There are any number of
ladies in this city whose hearts
would be made glad by one of
these machines in place of the
antiquated ones they are now
using, and if their husbands
only knew what was good for
themselves they would come
right down to the store in the
morning and order one sent
The Hawaiian Hardware Go. Ltd
OppoMlt Hpntiktiim' mock.
Macfarlane & Co., Limited,
l'Al.M TURK NIX (hirer cft-c).
KKY ItllAXDlflN finall rates).
HKXNKSRKY ItlCANDV (three MM).
O. I' f. AM. IIOU.HON VIUSKKY.
CAUI'OIIXIA WINKS in .M) nml 10-L'nlloii
parKa.'CS and n tuiiall lot of ANlll'.l
HKII- IIL'SCII (St. I,oilli)lli:r.U 111
iiltnrta uud pints.
Noil - Quarantine Goods,
Tho ponds iidvurtisod by tlio
following firms enn bo (shipped to
tlio other islnnds without Hoard of
llonlth permits :
Salmon (Tliin), IlnlMns, Hocj and ( Boxes;
Mutter . lb. Kits Cheese, '.'jib. Kits; Clieese,
I X 1.; OuIoiik, rotators.
Itolled liarlcy, llran, Middlings, C. A C.
Flour, Cod Klsli, l0 lb. Handles.
T11EO. II. DVVIKS .V COMIMNY.
Castle .& Cooke,
Now have on l'mlllc Mall Wharf Itrady Tor
Vacuoline Engine Oil,
C00 W CYMXDEU Oil.,
UltOWN I.AUXD11Y SOA1',
11 Wf CltOWX Fl.OUlt.
Union Feed Go.
Whole D.irley, liny, Oats,
KX H. N. .1IIOWE1IA.
California Feed Go.
Rolled Darlev, lirand,
Wheat, Oats and
Tip Top Flour.
Lime & Stone
LIME AND STONE
Offer for salo tlio best quality of Liuio at
tbo ruling market rate. Tlilu Liuio is the
KcimiiiB urticle, puro nud simple. No for
eign xiibstunccrt UHcd.
CilliuK up 247 and loavo your orderx .
HAWAIIAN LIME & STONE
1'IltSlCLASS SECOND HAND ICK
llofrigorator. Apply (10!) King afreet.
Central JVIeat JWarfjet
Love's Iluildiug, Nuuanu St.
A FIH8T CLASS Market Iu every
Orders delivered promptly to ull parts of
-',, , , ,, Proprietors.
t? lelcphoDo int.
( Kh( - tXK
Our new Irani
platted and is no iu on the market. These
buiUUnG sites are located opposite i'ttna
hoa College, facing on. Mnkiki and. Puna
hon streets and Uildcr Avenue. We claim
every advantage for these lots; they are on
the car line, then hare citi wafer, they
have Jine t shade trees; the nest residence
portion of the city is located a round .'una-
Iiuiv wmri',(MHi iuv iiiitUIUJlCCIIL VICW Ottlb
never be shut oat by other bulldins: the
elevation is high, and entirely suitable for
residence purposes- The lots a re 76 ft front
f l lliu J tj I f'. f( I V II,
pan and the rltyof Honolulu
i today the cleanest spot on
eattli. We've had sickness In
tbf town but II N out and
every one Is happier iu consv
fiirnrr, reaction ha set In and
business is on the move again.
I.'idlrsdo nut Iiau to devote
so much time to houso clcan
InjS fir.ilrs, and they can (,'lvo
some tif the houM durlni tho
d.ij to mal.liie; their dresses or
srlietlnji material or ilium.
During the dull il.iyn til" tlm
plairne have iivrrlimilfd all
of cur Immense slock and
marked down prices to suit the
times, .lust look at the goods
aud iniiiparr the prices wild
tlitisr you h.ie been pujlng in
?'.'.. Ml upnaids.
I.alrst styles, llfty rents to as
much a jou ttant to pay.
for the children at 90 cents a pair.
La dies' Shoes
Fine quality from $1..5.
on never saw such a line of liouse-furnlih-ln?
goods In jour life as Me rnrrv, nor did
you ever see such value for your money.
Sheetings, Toweling, Bed
Spreads, Hairand Clothes
CfjT Summer dress goods reduced to the
M. S. LEVY.
Horse for Sale.
FOll NONPAYMENT OF
board, we will w-ll mi Tlll'sn IV
October fflltli, IS!).-., nt 1'iiblio Auction, at
the Auction rooiu if .lumen V. Morgan, in
I lonoliilu, tine Day Mine. CLUD STA1II.E
Honolulu, September '.'7, I8!l."i. 11,1-tui
DUISINIS MV AIISIINCK ON KAUAI
during the next tun moiitlis all orders
lor milk or wood Iroin Walanae Itanch will
have the cut fill attention of .Mr. Schlelsser
who will he at the touch olllce to receive
telephone messages from ():;!U to S r. M. A I
oideiN for tlllier milk or wood will be
D. P. It. lSEiNBEKG.
H. UACKPELD & CO.
Gexkiiaii Commihhio.v Aqknts.
Uor. Fort nml Queen fUreets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
hiroim'.iis and Di:ali:iis i.v Luimnit
AMD AM. KINDS OF UuiIiDINQ
JlANI71'AOTDllI.Na .TliWKIiElt AND WATCII
JIAKIill. Kuliiii Jowclrj- n Hppcinlty. l'nrtionlar
attention piutl lo ull kinds of repairs.
Campbell Mock, - - Mcrclinut Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
STUA51 EnOINUS, S HO Alt 5IILI.H, UOH.ER8,
COOLUIIH, IlKIX, liltAH.S AND Ll'.AD
JIneliiuery of Kvery Uescrititiou Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' IJlnRkHraithitiK. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
of lnd litis' hist, 7nmi
! termscanbe had
BltUCE WAB1K0 & Co.
C03 I'oit Street