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HONOLULU, H. L, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1895.
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TO INTi:ilV.M: IN HAWAII.
Joint Protectorate Ileconimcinlcil i
rrovent Chronic llcvoltllloit it lid
si;ii .VrtnJo", ;'. 19, IMO
Qtiooii Liliuokuluiii, nnd moat
cftlio othor porsuns oondeutnod
io variouH twuis of imprisoament
and oxilo for tukiugnuiictivo pirt
in tho "Koyulist rising" in Ha
waii last January, havu, it will bo
soun from a tologrutn in another
column, boon released from cus
tody. The'Qiioon, it may le ro
nicmbered, was sontenued to livo
yoaw' imprisoninetit, by a Court
tlio couiputonco of which alio did
not recognise. This sentence, wis
nevorouriied iuto eflect, boyoid
conlimng tho iuccn to nor paia'it,
mid now Aim must discrout ond lias
beou mado of a busJnoss wlnuli
was, from the l)0(?i nning, not evon
according to tho s'imblanco of
rlnKiiutionul law. lue "Ito..-
.u.iou'' in tlio islands datuu .'.un.
lblUl. Uut it was a plot aguiibt
Ijuouu Liliuokal.tui in which tho
niily puttioipants weio a fow for
oign'srs, vho did nat si mucli as
u hi: iln- natives whetnor thoy woro
iii-'.-uablo to a leprosuutativo of
ilieir anuiout Sovereiuus bumu
1 overturned by an Amuricau stdven
j turur Tho proclamation ol a
i'lovibionul Ciuvuriuiiunt was.
i owover, avowedly only a proli-
miiisiiy step.to.uun'jsiuij 'tt,jt.
ands to tho United &tatt', and
with this ol'ject a Pepututiou was
bout to Wa&liiugtou. Utit thoir
proceedings woro so manifestly
unfair, both to tlio Queou and
her fiubjt-c'.s, that Presidont
Olevobmd declined to listen to
itiein until hu had obtained
wuct inforinntiou from u npee .
Commissioner despatched to m
qnne into tho whole subject.
Tho repoit this Agent mado was,
that tbe Constitutional Govorn
ruect of liu'vnii, in which tht.
people uro fully lepre.souted by a
Legislaiuio oltcted on tlio broad
pet suilrugo, kud been subverted
by meant of a plot to which the
American Minister was privy, and
through the lutimidatiouexorcised
by an American Naval foieo
itiudod at the request of that
linvoy. lu such circumstances,
the duty most incumbent on tlio
Imitul fatak'S Uuvorninont was to
recall a diplomatist with such
peculiar ideas of his duties, and t
lestoxo tho otutws ijuo. liul hero
two obstacles intervened. J li
lirst was the Queou quite legally,
no doubt, though, uuder tho cn
cuuiHtuiicod, very imprudontly
objected to tlio terms of muuedty
pruposod for rebels. This rather
uuinjied tho sympathies aroused
by tho appoal of the young l'rin
cesi Kaiulaui, the niece and hen
Apparent of tho Quean. An ab
dication by tho liiiironoan Power
of thoir undoubtod right to inter
vene was u more serious blunder.
Hawaii bus Trout' ea with Franco
.aid England whioh gii'0 the u
jirotoctivo powora over tht Islands
quite as much as, if. not more
than, tho United States. Indeed,
Kamohaniolm 1. olio nil tho 1&1
ands to this country, recognising
Ooorgo 111. as Ins euzornm, anil
kauiohauieha ill. put
uudor our protoctiou. 1'or many
years, raonovor, tho natives Iook
ed to England as their best friend,
net only on account of our foruiur
lolatious with them, but bonuusc
Hawaii lies on tho direct line b.--tweeu
i3ritisli Columbia and Aus
tralia. Hut Eraucu lias long
coasod to interest herself in tlmt
part of tlio 1'aoilio, and when it
vm aiiiiotiiiccd, in appiro:i'
ignorance of our obligations, that
tho Hawaiian Jlcbelliun did not
onci rn us, tlio rcbi'ls ueuil d
tlil.i pusilhuiimous discluiiuur lib
mi intituation that Uioy had to
deal with tho United States only.
Thon, knowing that no vory
violent opposition to their nets
might bo lookod for from that
quartor, tho Provisional Gcvern
mant, wbon tho Queen contented
to pardon tho men who had sworn
allegiance to her, refused to nn
copt hor clemency or to resign.
Washington having ignorod this
cniiU'tnptuout. conduct, a "Consti
tutional Coiivontiou" V7tis sum-
uiotied, and a llopublio under Mr
Dolo doolarod. But, as the
sufrago wa-3 carefully inunipulated
so asito CTcdniln tho great body
of natives unfrionclly 'to tho now
Constitution, the rosult was never
r.ccopted as pormanortt. Btrong-iy-ox
pressed irote?te wero prompt
ly made by tho lEoyalists, and
oven tho voto of thorebols was in
favour Si union with tho United
oiaten. Tho Groat Heiniblio, how
ever, declared for i:on-intervontion,
and thon tho feeling in favour of'i
a restoration oi noyaiiy in me
person of tho young Princess
grow flo strong, 1'iat last Jununry
it bunt out in tho shape of u
counter Involution. The Quoou,
no doubt, sympathized with hor
friends, us it was but natural that
she should. Yet. tho idea of 'rebels
ngain.it Constitutional authority,
some of them lately Ministers of
inoCiown, proceeding to try and
...o..et. her for "treason," was
so absuid that it is creditable to
tiieir senso of humour for Mr.
Dolo nnd his colleagues to have
ce Bed to prolong the fared.' 'Still,
11 avail is so -aplit up into rival
factions, that, to prevent chronic
Revolution and filibustering Ex
peditious, it ought to be put under
tho actual protection of the
Powprs nnst directly concerned
I in it3 uolfuru
Said nl Auction lij Smt I'r.iorKco
Much perturbation was occa
sioned the cuctouis officials at tho
Pacific Mail dock after tho arrival
ol lb'.- ateamoi City of ltm Janeiro
who insisted that tho Federal olli
eials wero tho proper custodians
of U70 cases of live frogs. The
lings wero takon on tho stoamer
at Yokohama and wore to bo di-
livered to tho Hon. Jos. Marsdun
Hut the stoamor did not touch
at tho Sandwich Islands because
of tho cholera. In consoquonce
tlio frojs were sent to San Fran
cisco, and as no ouo claiimd
them thero the steamship officials
insisted that tho custom oiliceis
should tako churrjc.
Tho3' objected. When tho sec
tion of itho law which declares
that nil livo animals not specially
provided for should pay a 20 per
cent, ad valoioiu duty was pro
duced, tho Naval Officer thought
tho frogs would bo exempt. But
the regulations doclaro tpocifical
ly that the only animals admitted
duty free shall bo Ihoso "puro
bred of a recognized breed and
duly registered in tho book of that
iifioil.'' As no ono has a "frog
book" and tho animals wore cou
uidorod porishablo thoy wero sold
nt auction at tho Mail dock.
Soao ono has discovered that
tho American twaug came from
Cornwall. Some of it may. Bomo
of it did como from that neigh
borhood. Tho English tho Puri
tans carried to America cmno
from various parts of England,
and the high snivel has survived
very pronouncedly on tho othoi
side. It is quite certain the Eng
lish of Australia and New Zealand
came from Cooknoyilom. Tho
people of Auckland, Sydnoy and
.ilulbuiiruo have a twang not dis
tinguishable from tho Cockney
dialect in many peculiarities.
'Say' becomes 'sigh,' mid 'Daisy,'
' JXu. )'.' Tho '11V aro not drop
pod out promiscuously and Insert
ed haphazard, but u Cockney feels
li.iiiMilf quite among I'rioinls at the
THE POLICE COURT.
I'OIINI) NUT UUILIY OF Tin:
OI'FKNsr OF FO(r-IIINII.NU.
Trlol Tor Slculll-u Two Ilcc
Sunr Oniie-'Sopliln Slilllli
ll,rhnreetl. Otlicr olcn.
Iii Judgo Petcy.'B couit yeslor
tliiy morning.J. Tinker pleadod not
guilty to tho -charge of furious
driving n ml bis trial was bot for
H. Brown ud Mary, his wifo,
will ho triofi noxt Monday for
using profane langu 'go.
Lum L d Wong was on trial for
practicing foot-binding on an
Loleven-voir-old Ohinoso cirl
named Mew Kan. Ho was
defended by Messrs. Hartwoll and
Stanley. Dr. Emerson testified as
to tlio foot-binding and tho ro
sults which would attend its eon
tieuanc", but sooined rather lniz
us to whether the girl iu con it
was tin- ono ho examined on
October 3d, and of whose caso ho
took notes from which ho was able
to testify. II o would not swear
as to tho identity of tho girl. At
tha aftonioon Ki.isiDti yestorday
Dr. Euiorsou cjiuploted his testi
mony. H. It. Hitchcock testified that
he arrostul the defendant and was
presont at tho examination made
of tlio ohild by Dr. Emerson, and
that it was tho flame child.
Hang tioino, a Chiueso polic
officer, was also present and told
all about tho stitunout made to
him by the defendant's wife in
answer to questions put by tho
doputy-inarshal. This testimony
waas afterwards oulorcd strickon
out on motion of the defendant's
attorneys on tho ground that it was
not made in the picsuncu of tho
dofomlnut or in such a manner
that ho could understand what
war, boing said.
The cab" for tho prosecution
thou fell to tho gioiiml and the
defendant was discharged.
William Monzel plemled guilty
of using lowd, wanton ami lahoi-
vious c induct in a JNnunnu street
car and his suntenco was sus
pended for the tiinu being.
AV. D. Jones, tho Clunoso doc
tor who likes to cuu&tibo his wife
occasionally and thereby keep her
in a proper state of marital sub
jection, pioadud guilty of assault
and battery and was let oil' with
a $1") lino nnd co.its.
August Strom pleaded guilty of
lascivious conduct in a public
square and was held for sontenco.
The seduction charge, against
Doiumgos Keiivirn, whioh has
been hanging lire for many weeks,
came to tho front again this morn
ing and was disposed of by tho
prosecution entering a nollo pros.
This was tlio case in which it is
said that a youug Portuguese
girl was assaulted by tho defend
ant and injuied to such an extent
as to bo unable to appear and
testify against him at the time of
Tho rest of tins morning's ses
sion was taken up with tho trial
of bail You, who is accused of the
heinous crime of feloniously steal
ing, taking and carrying away
two pioces iif biigircanoof tho
combined valuo of 2.') cents. The
trial is not yet completed.
A Curious Crnli.
Ono of the most singular look
ing creatures that ever walked tho
earth or 'swam the waters under
the earth' is the world-famous
man-faced crab of Japan. Its
body is hardly an inch in longth,
yet the hind is fitted with a faco
winch is the perfect counterpart
of that of a CliiiieHo coolie a vor
itablo missing link, with oyes,
noije, and mouth all clearly do
lined. Tliisciii-ioiis and uncanny
cuiaturo, besides thu gnat like-m-HH
it byurrf to n hutiinu being in
tho faco. is provided with two legs,
which Boem to grow from tho top I
of its lnud and hane down nvor '
tho sides of its face, Besides llws
Ipito. tirn fnnlorn. Diinli ivhnlll all
-l- ', - - - .w-,
inch in length, grow from tho
chin of tho aniniil, looking for all
tho world like u forked beard.
These man faced crab swarm in
tlio inland Seas of Japan. 7'nWi'c
tiii: .TiouNTm .foi.ici: a;m.v
Cniiiplnlnt or tin' Orer-onicl(iunr
ol One ortlir Tlomlicra.
Complaints of tho ovor-oflicious-in
S3 of tho mounted police on
tiroly ceased during tho time they
woro away from tho city on qua
rantine patrol duty, but singular
to relato tho very first night thoy
are returned to regular duty a
complaint roaches this oflico.
About midnight yesterday a
party of friends woro sitting on
the verandah of n Uerctania streot
residence, enjoying the balmy air
and passing tho time in singing
native and other airs to the
ac'.-ompauiment of guitars. Tho
party wore not making any
loud or unseemly noises,
but simply hiving a ploasant
time. The house is situated in a
largo lot and is fully 200 feot
fiom a sir. t in any dutciion.
A litllo before tn'dnight the party
were surprised by the advent of
a moutilod pollcomau who cuioe
up the steps and in a loud and
peremptory manner shouted out:
"Winds' all this noiso about ?
This noise has got to bo stopped.''
Some indignant gentlemen in tho
party tool: tho patrolman by tho
shoulders nnd told him if he ven
tured on private piemises ugiiu
without a warrant mattois would
bo nmdo interesting for him. Tho
man sp"'-- 'irokou English, but
evidently tuotight because ho was
a mounted policeman ho owned
Hoal Ileitis Kxlcriiiliititcil.
Seatti.i: (Wash.), October 1H.
Josoph 15. Crowley, United
Statos Treasury agont in charge of
the so.il islands, who has just
arrived with tho patrol llot, says
the seals have approached ho
closely to extermination that thoy
can now be counted. Naturalists
from all parts of the world, anti
cipating tho herd's xtiuction, aro
clamoring for specimous. Ho
believes that this winter measures
will bo adopted by tho United
Statos and Oioat Britain to pro
vide adequate protection for the
remnant of tho herd.
Tlio I'relli-iit' IMuoer.
President Dolo entortainod at
dinner last night the mombors of
tho Cabinet, !'. C. Jones and T. C.
Porter, with thoir wives. The
dinner was givon in honor of V.
O. Smith on his doparturo for Now
Zealand. The Hawaiian bund
was stationed on the lawn and
furnished appropriate music
during tho ontcrtainmont.
A C-tV WOIIIHII.
A few days ago at a shooting
party in tho north of Scotland a i
lady appeared clad in tho ortho
dox sporting outfit hitherto mo
nopolized by the sterner sox. Al
though the expended a consider
able number of cartridges she did
mil succeed in bringing down a
singlo bird. Tho gamokeopor,
says the St. Jatnea' Budgot, after
tho roturn of tho party, expressed
himsnlfiis fo!lou regarding tho
lady's porf 'linance: "She apit
the goutltiiian a' that she cud.
She w.'io the same ulaus, sho
smoked, drank a nip o' whusky,
ay an' unco gied a bit swear laich
in, bd as fot shiitui' sho oiidua
lilt a barn door at tun yaiids, an'
bho never unco said' thank ye' to
nmeu1. If un niair o' her kind
come about I'll trow up iny job."
Tho Mould of Health is in sts
Will N Auk For ft Milxidr Kite
Mm il j- lluil lnlrrrt on llicOnlln;.
Colonel Sp tiding is not goir t.-.,
to have things all his own way-
when Congress meets nt Washing
ton in Decembor noxt, for Sir-.
Audloy Cooto will bo there for IH
purposo of laying before the
Amcrican nation certain businoss
propositions regarding the Freud
Sir Audley Cooto is advisory
counsol of the Socioto FmncaUe
do Telegraphic, an English and
French company that is now la -iug
a cablo, which it is proposed
to ruu from Qu-ousl ind to Mon
terey 13 iy, in Cnlifnrnii, toucliing
at Fiji, Samoa and Honolulu. Her
intoiided to stop over a month iu
Honolulu, but was unable to do
so as tho Alameda would not stoi.
I Ho has been enjoying his stay in
! Cnlifoni'u in hunting md irtht
I seeing and intends to leave short
ly for Washington to do sotco
lobbying umoug tho motubuns of
Whit has nlroady been accom
plished, ns well as tho future work
of tho company, is told in tho
following interviow accorded a
C.VI.L rcprosontutivo at the Grand
"Tho Socioto Francaise do
Tolograiihio is a company made
up of English and French gontlo
raon, backod not only by their
capital but by mnnoytd men of
America and Germany. In fact
if wo accomplish our" desiro, the
company will bo practically in
ternational iu its intorosts nnd
workings. Tho company has nl-1-roady
laid 1000 miles of ctble
line botweon Bundorburg, Quevns
land, and Qoiunu in Now Caledo
nia. It is our purposo to build
from the last-named point to F.ji,
theuco to Samoa, Honolulu and to
Montorey Bay. In addition to
this wo havu sent an ngeut to
Japan with a viow of bucuring.
ftvorablo concessions toward lay
ing a cable from Honolulu to tho
Mikulo's roalm, by way of the
Midway Island. Wo nre n'130
negotiating for a lino from Samon.
"Tho Hawaiian Government
has nlroady concoded cverj- poim
usHod by our company, so that
tho cable is assured to at least
that point. Tho object of my visit
to America is to place bofuro
CongrebS the importance of the
projoctod lino, and to abk their
aid and co-oporation. It is not ft.
subsidy wo want, but n simple
guarantee of interest. For in
stance if it cost tho corupuny 1,
000,000 to place tho cable in oper
ation, and it reqniros SoO.OOO to
pay tho intorest on this, we want
Congross to gnarautoo just tlmt
much and no more. If tho com
pany should o.i rn $49,000 ooi
and above its runniug uxpuises,
then tho American Gnvrntnonl
would only bo called upon to pay
$1000. Of courso these aro mero
ly illuelrativo figures, for wo nio
undetermined as yet what amount
of intorest wo shall ask Congtesi
to guarantoo. This is in no sense
a subsidy, and theio is conse
quently no reason why your Con
grobS should oppose such almou
suro. "It may bo of intorest to roluto
that while wo wero laying tlio
cable botween Huudcruurg and
(ioma, wo discovered same 500
miloh out u rango of submarine
mountains whoso topmost poai
was homo 1(11) fathoms beneath thu
ocean's surf ace. It wiib also fuiunU
that they averaged something. lln
7500 foot high. After locating
the mountain, wo laid tho cublo
around Its uido, just as you would
itrouiid mi ordinary hill,"
AM QJI EY