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Vol. IV. No. G94.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1897.
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A. Y. GEAR, Manager.
leautltul ejret grow dull tod dim
At the twHt year ileal away.
Beautiful, willowy forms to tllm
Lo.e (alrnctt with every day.
But the atlll la queen and halhcnarmlto
Wo wear youth' coronal beautiful hair.
mitt preserve your hair, and thus pre
serve your youth. " A woman is as
old as she looks," says the -world. No
woman looks as old as she Is if her
hair has preserved its normal beauty.
You can keep hair from falling out,
restoring its normal color, or restore
the normal color to gray or faded hair
1y the use of
GOLD MEDALS chi( Exposition.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the Republic ot Hawaii.
DR. G. WALDO .BURGESS,
Physician and SiirgBon.
Residence; 438 Punchbowl Street.
Jlouiis: 3 to 5 and 7 r. M. Tat. 853.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S
New Love's Building, Fort Stotet,
William A . Henshall,
, A.ttorney at !Law
113 Ktuihumuun Street.
J. J. RICE,
A-ttorney at Law
210 King Street. ,
LYLE A. DICKEY,
,A.ttornev at Law
It Kaahumanu Street.
Telephone No. 6S2. 493-6m
SAMUEL J. MACDONALD,
Counsellor at Haw.
204 Merchant Street (one door ftoni
. Fort street), Honolulu.
GILBERT P. LITTLE,
ATluiititi a i Uw.
A. V. G-EAR.
Telephone 233 Mo. 310 King Bt
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
imki'.v ar.MTr.Ncr.D to vivb
IRAKI AT HARD LABOR.
luilrl MurdprtfiMP Continued llrrnelt
nt Proml.p AKinl.ltliin
to Hie liar.
Judge Cartnr thin mnrniug sen-
touced William 1'. Hickoy, for
manslaughter second degree, to bo
imprisoned at hard labor for fivo
ycars,with costs of $18.50. Messrs.
Neumann and Wise, attorneys for
tbo defendant, appoaled to the
Snprcmo Court against' the over
ruling of motions in arrest of
judgment and for a new trial.
The Iwiloi murder caso was, on
motion of Attorney General
Smith, continued to the next term.
Thoro are seven native Hawaiians
under indictmpnt, the offonse be
iug classed as second degree.
The Boyd-Gandall breach of
promise case is still on before
George David Gear waB this
day admitted to the practise of law
iu all tho courts of this Republic.
He had been a practitioner in the
courts of California, his native
State, since November 11, 1889,
also having bad much experience
as assistant reporter of the Cali
fornia Reports, and assistant
editor of various legal works of
which his father was the author.
With his application wero filed
certificates from Messrs. Neumann
and Creiabton, membors of the
bar, and A. V. Gear, bib biother.
Judge Ferry, presiding for the
rest of the term, this afternoon
excused the native jurors not en
gaged until notified. The foreign
jurors have stood excused since
tho close of the Hakalau case.
Tho EKcenflve Council MoIiik Our
the Whole Mailer.
Nothing has been deoidod by
the Exocutivo Council as yet re
garding any statement for publi
cation about Japan's reply to the
offer of arbitration made by this
Minister Shimamura's reviow
of tho correspondence from tho
Japanoso official viewpoint, which
be announced some timo ago ho
would mako for the looal press,
also seems to be hanging fire.
Japan refuses to discuss so
much of what the Hawaiian
Government considers essential to
a duo presentation of all
tho issues that it seems to this
Government as if there is uothing
left to be arbitrated.
In view of this state of affairs
caused by Japan's dictum of what
r.ho will and ri" not submit to
arbitration the Executive Coun
cil has set about framing a brief
of the entiro correspondence, with
a view to satisfying this Govern
ment itself, in the first place, and
the world at large, in the next
place.of Hawaii'sactual, position in
Morabers of the Govornmont
are very reticent ob to tho latest
phases of the controversy, but
they betray a realizing sense on
their part that a grave complica
tion exists. There seems to be a
strong impression at headquarters
that Japan is using tho immigra
tion controversy for all thoro is in
it to oinburras8 President Mo
Kinloy in his annexation policy.
Miss Eoso Adlor, daughter of
Louis Adler, was married last
night at her father's homo to Jamos
J. Harvoy of the Inter-Island
Company. Rev. A. Jj. Bell, evan
gelist, officiated. S. O. Stibbard
was best man, nnd Edith Bryant
maid of honor. A nuinlior of f rionds
and neighbors wero present who
brought with them many valuable
nnd useful articles. An elaborate
luncheon was served, and excellent
music aided the doliglitfulness of
THE COLLECTOR GENERAL
JAMEN . CAMTl.t: HLMUNl ON
AcroiiNr op i ix iirAi.Tii.
MlnlHer Itnninn Nntnlnnlra I'rniik II.
M Murker lor the rtlleii t-
Itnlntnenl Not Tct Ati.de.
.Tmiii'B 13. Castjo Hub morning
tendered to the government his
resignation as Collector General
of Customs to tnko, effect at onco.
In his communication to tho
Minister of Finance Mr. Cnstlo
assigns ill-health as tho reason of
bis resignation. He has long
been a nufferer from nasal catarrh
which necessitates his living in a
colder climate than that of Hono
Minister Damon has presented
to the Oabiuet the unmo of F. 13.
McStocker, the prosont efficient
deputy collector, for appointment
to the vacancy and there is little
doubt that it will bo ratified.
Minister Damon, it is understood,
has very strongly set forth the
claims of Mr. McStocker for tho
position of chief of a department
of which ho haB long been tho
real administrative head and has
testified in no uncertain terms as
to his appreciation ot Mr. Mo
Stocker's past services.
While the Cabinet haB been in
session most of the day, it is un
stood that more important matters
occupied its attention and that
Mr. McStocker's appointment
may not be mado for a day or two.
MAP OF HONOLULU.
III. !. RlawaHrrM Produaea Oue tlml
Honolulu grows so steadily that
every now and then a now map of
the city is needed. M. D. Monsar
rat, surveyor, haB produced the
latest and, undoubtedly, the best
ever made. It is 4JxG foot, drawn
on a scale of 500 feot to an inch,
and shows tho town plot from
Diamond Head to tho Hawaiian
Fertilizing Co.'s works at Ealihi,
and from the sea to the Govern
ment electric light works up
Besides the present streets and
roads, proposed linos are sot
down. Artesian wells, fire hy
drants, fir 6 alarm stations, letter
boxes and tramcar lines are indi
cated, while there is also a plan
of the harbor with the sound
ings. Tho public buildings
and even somo of tbo prominont
homes of Honolulu are shown,
and the fireproof building limits
laid down. A map of the island
of Oahu is given place, also one
of our or Uncle Sam's famous
Pearl harbor, bosidos a map of
the whole group.
This fine work is copyrighted
by Mr. Monsarrat. Being litho
graphed by tho Schmidt Label .t
Lithographic Co., San Francisco,
its execution is all that can be de-
Birod. That concern, at 23 Main
street, has the sale agency on the
Coast, whilo tho, mnp.qun,!, bad
bere from Mr. Monsarrat, at his
office, Cnrtwiight block, Merchant
street. Tho price of tho man,
mounted on cloth with rollers, is
$;, and unmounted, $1.
l'ure Milk Slinkc.
The frequent call for cool drink
at tho Palatini Grocery has induced
us to sot apart a window for tho
sale of cold drinks. Our milk
shakos are delicious, nothing but
pure frosh milk, shaved ice and
the purest of flavoring syrup bo
ing used, whioh wo Bell at Celes
tial price, 5o. per glass. H.
Cannon, Palama GnooEitv, oppo
site Railway Dopot, King
Managor 0. L. Wight of thu
Wildor StoainshipConipiiny leaves
on the Australia this afternoon to
look after the now Btoamor now in
courso of construction for the
compauy at tho Union Iron
PROFESSOR BROWN TALKS
tiii: hkrm:m:y mutator's
HK-4NIO.N-X or II .XV Ml.
IIP IlrrUre. We Mute nil Kneel.
lent Mrliii.il Slrm nnd Hint
It I. Well Knforred.
Dorkoloy, Cab, Aug. 5. Profes
Elmer E. Brown, hoad of tho
department of pedagogy at tho
State University, returned yester-
day ou tho steumor Australia from
Honolulu, when he had gone
early in tho vacation to lecture
bofore thu Hawuiiau summer
school. Each year thu school
there is addressed by somo Ame
rican educator. Last year Dr.' F.
D. Dresslar, who has beau secur
ed as au assistant professor under
Professor Brown at Borkeley,
flllpfl the position. Colonel
Parker, ex-superintendent of the
Quincy (Mass.) schools, has been
secured for next year.
In speaking of his work at the
islands, Professor Brown said to
"l'lio republic lini an oxcollcnt
school system and a compulsory-
education law that is enforced as
no similar law is enforced in our
State. The teachers are of divers
grades, from the native teachers
to tho graduates of normal schools
and universities of this country.
"Tho school system is angliciz
ing tho nation. Tho children of
Japanese, Portuguese and English
speakiug residents are being edu
cated in English, not 1 per contof
them receiving instruction in any
other tongue. Tho result is the
creation of a composite nationali
ty talking an adopted language.
"The public sentiment in re
gard to the future of the republic
is overwhelmingly in favor of an
nexation to the United States.
Former royalists now favor it, and
even residents of English antece
dents do not desire that the isl
ands shall bocomo a British colo
ny. There is no question in my
mind as to whether or not the re
public can stand alone. It is
simply a question whether it shall
become a portion of the United
States or fall ioto tho possession
of some other power.
"Every incoming steamer is
watchod to discern if by an extra
ordinary display of its bunting it
does not announce, that it brings
the tidings of annexation. The
leaders of tho ropublic do not de
sire immediate statehood. They
wish for some plan analogous to
that adopted for the District of
Columbia direct control by Oon-t
cress as least liable to break the
continuity in the present plan of
government. AU looal interests
are subordinate to American in
fluence, and tho Fourth of July
was co'nbrotwl at Honolulu with
moro enthusiasm than it was in
this country. Uuited States Min
ister So wall was tbo orator of tho
day, a significant thing in itself.
Pool ToiirnnmciiC. ,
Oji, Tuesday, August 31, at the
Arlington billiard purloin, will
commonco a pool tournament of
50 games, 10 games an evening.
Play will start at 8:110 o'clook on
each Tuesday and Thursday oven
ing until the fifty games have
been completed, and the person
winning tho highest number of tho
50 games will be given the first
prize, a gold medal, valued at $20,
and the next hiahest, a silver
medal, valued nt $10. The entries
will bo recoived uutil 9 p. m.,
Cauiariuoa Refrigerator: Nec
tarines, Grapes, Cherries, Peooh
es, Apricots, Plums, Asparagus,
Rhubarb, Gooseberries, Currants,
Celery, Onnlulowei, fieshoaluiuu,
FloundorB, Uraos, itpzpii uysiors
(tin or bIipII), Navel Oraugos,
LeinouB, Queen Olives, Eaily
Rose Potatoos, Pickles, Sauor
kraut, New Apples, Bartlett Pears.
OAMl'OIINIA Fiiltp MAItRT.l'.
RECEIVED WITH PATIENCE
in-'ami nor ikwbb with sr.iti
Anirrlriiii People 'nnnt lip llrniight
In 1'iiit.lder Japan'. Olijppllun
to the Treaty Narlnti.l).
It it somewhat difficult for tho
American people to give serious
consideration to the claims of
Japan with regard (o the Ilawaiiun
iHlauds, says a recout Sun Fran
made his protest
When the Jopa
against the pro
posed treaty of annexation of Ha
waii to the United) States it was
received by the State Department
with due decorum and answered
with diplomatic courtesy, but tho
American people received it with
Borne dorision and would havo an
swered it in that spirit had they
boon called upon to frame a
We have never regarded Japan
as a power of sufficient importance
in the world to be taken into con
sideration as a factor opposed to
Amerioan progress. The success
of her war against China was on
the whole gratifying to our people,
and wo were as much pleased with
hor viotory as wo would havo
been to see a bantam whip a
shanghai. Thoro was something
gratifying in the display of suffi
cient vim and vigor on tbo part
of the little kingdom in defeating
the Chinese, but nothing in it that
gave ua any reason to believe that I
japan wouiu rise up ua it Bonuua
competitor against us for
supremacy in the Pacific Ocean.
It seems, however, that our
opinion of Japan is altogether
different from that which tho Jap-
f anese have of themselves. Flush
ed with pride by their easy suc
cess over one largo and populous
nation, thoy have persuaded them
selves that they can aohieve fur
ther triumphs over any othernation
which comes in their way. Just
after the Chinese war thoy show
ed a willingness to fight Russia,
and some of their leaders ex
pressed confidonco in their abili
ty to take Australia and Ceylon
and drive Eugland out of tho
Pacific and Indian oocaus.
These warlike demonstrations
having been received by the Rus
sians and tho English with a do
groo of pationco whioh Boomed to
the Japanese an evidence of sub
missive acquiescence, thoy have
turned their attention to the
United States, and in Ian1
guage diplomatic, it is true, but
nono tho less clear, have notified
us that they are willing to leave
ub on the globe bo long as we are
content to remain on our conti
nent, but if we undertako tho an
nexation of any islands of tho Boa
they will wipe us off the map.
Tho reply of Secretary Sherman
wu3 ol z nature calculated to res
tore something of good souse to
tho Japanese, but it doeB not ap
pear to have boen sufficient to ac
complish all that was needed.
Wo are, therefore compelled to go
to tho exponsQ of Bending one of
our warships to tho islands when
it would havo suited us just
as well to havo her at home.
Manifestly wo cannot permit
Japan to be calling out our navy
on any suoh short notice as this.
Wo must by some means teach
her governing powors to modorato
their pride and lower their de
mands on tho rest of the world.
How this is to be dono is uot
quite cloar, but perhaps tho ar
rival of a fow men of-war at Ho
nolulu maygoa long way toward
When on your way to lunch
drop in at tho "Favorite" for a
bolt'a of tio tamnun tiittlo Jioer.
All epicures use It.
City Carriage Co., J. S. And.
rudo, manager. If you wuut a
haok with good horao and care
ful drivor rin, np Telophono 118,
corner of Fort and Merchant
itreots. Huok at all hours.
THE SUGGESTION ENDORSED
TO IIAVK A HAWAIIAN fcXIIIHIT
lit Uhrli-ilie OinVp Inilii.lrv ol Hie
l.laiid. 1 '41 n III Itp lllti.lrnl.-il
In timid M)le.
Enrroii EvES'txti 1' iclwtik ;
Your suggestion of au exhibit
from theso islands at tho Trans
niidHiertippi and International Ex
position nt Omaha is u valuable
ami practical one.
To the coffee industry such an
exhibit would be peculiarly valu
able,ombracingthat product in its
parchment and cleaned condition,
backed up by leaflets descriptive
of its similarity to the Arabian or
Mocha coffee, and reviewing tho
conditions of soil and climate as
similar iu many resnocts to
The United States with her 70,
000,000 of persons purahase of
coffeo per annum six pounds per
head, paying at first cost as much as
$90,000,000 yearly for the article,
or about as much as thoy spond,
for sugar. Tho fact that thoy U60
ono half of the whole of theooffee
produced throughout the world
must ultimately tell enormously
on the wealth that these islands
are to yield from that product.
Quality is to tell in tho buccbsb
or failure of those who have taken
up this industry in these islands
today, but the recognition of that
quality must be by thoe who
purchuoo it 10111 the producer or
his agent. What satisfaction is it
to our planters to be told that tho
coffeo grown by them is appre
ciated by the consumer and to
learn that the consumer pays for
the price of the very best, if tho
grower gets the price of an ordina
ry grade coffee ?
There are doubtless those in the
country who could atilize to their
profit and that of tho coffee
plautere and the country general
ly this coffeo exhibit scheme.
Would there not be good money
in a Hawaiian -Coffee Palace at
the Omaha Exposition, where
could be shown the roasting, the
grinding of the bean, the prepar
ing? The serving of a delicious
cup of Hawaiian coffee with tho
daintily prepared and served Ha
waiian tarovtlour cakes would pro
vide a light repast, as tho nur
sery rhymo has it, "fit to set bo
fore a king."
Molbourne has its coffee palace,
certainly a permanent one,
and if the uauiois objectionable
our roasted coffee would emoll as
sweet under any other name.
Agitate! Alex. Cockuurn.
Eailua, Aug. 23, 1897.
A Sterling tandem has just boon
received al Casllu & Cocku'ri. It
is the finest tandent ever brought
to thoso Islands and is to be kept
for renting purposes.
- HTgriest Honor World's Fair;
Gold Medal, Midwinter l-..
MOST PERFECT MADE,
A pnM Oriuw Orenm ot Tarhr TowiVri
Free from Amnion!, Alum or nuy utlinr
lulultornut. In all tbo grant lintels Uiq
leiulhif; Clulri ami the hnmo-i, Dr. l'rici'a
Cream llakiug L'owilor lioltU iUMiprimuuy,
40 Years the Standard.
LEWIS & CO,
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