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WEDNESDAY, MAY 8(805
Wo pmy tlie Adortisor in its
next issue to semi us ft receipt for
our hemo circlo notoa, showing.
us how to tako or boil crow, so as
to tnako it most pnlfttablo. Thcro
can bo no doubt that the official
organ the dish referred
to'and wo can only admiro tho
gusto, with which1 it dovoured it
in its columns yostorday.
A while ago, according to tho
Advortisor tho Atnoricau. Administration
was' oxlromoly bad
and Mr. Qrcsham was a persona
.docidedly uon grata; Hawaii as
roprosontod by tho cliquo of
wna going to retaliate
on account of Thurston's
. ilispraco and thoro was an un
common lot of blood in tbo eyos
of our frionds previous
to this occasion when thowarliko
fooling look practical shnpo and
thoy donned thoir armor aud wero
ready to coino down to Brewor's
wharf and stop tho IT. S. marinos
from landing on our sbOron. A
few days ago thoy soriously considered
llio Advisability of Bonding
Mr. Willis homo and aovoring
thoir connection wi.th tho United
States, and thoy felt qnito swagger
and their littlohcad3swollcd until
thoy thought that they
shadowed President Olevoland's'
But what a change' has como
over their droams ? Whoro, oh
whoro, is thoir heroic soutimont?
Whoro tho bluster and braggadocio?
Poor "lMsor, it had to swailow
tho -dish of crow pr eparod. by
Lord Kimberloy and' whining y
vcroop to tho footstool of tho onco
diapisod Grosham and cry:
tho United States
havo to say in tho matter?".. ''
Tho matter refers to ' Great
Britain's pronounced intention to
protect JBritisli subjocts in
waii and Groat Britain's determination
to who nro hor
Bjihjor.ls nnd who nro n.Qt. . .
Tho Advortisor virtually has
tho unmitigated cheek .to call on
tho United States for protection"
against llio countries" which
shortly will rovoi'go . outrages
committed by our short-sighted
govornmontagainst thoir respective
subjects residing horo. Tho"
ruling clique- t Rooms- io havo
forgotton its arrganco and its
vituporations n gainst tho
to which it now cries for
suocor. Tho knoivledgo that
tho Nicaragua nft'wr will bo
in Hawaii has scared theso
horoos who usod to lay down thoir
lives and ropoat tho performanco
out of thoir wits. Now,
Grosham aro good enough if
thoy only can savo thorn from the
consoquencos 8f thoir foil'.
Bo mon; stand up, and tako
your punishmont;. acknowlodgo
your fault and try to nmko a reconciliation
with tho mon who
nlono can savo you from ignominy
and injury tho men who
havo boon 'outraged and por
secutod. From tho Unitod States
yon can expect nothing. -'"-.
Rov. Br. Hydo's horso ran
nwny with his phaeton ypsterday
afternoon from tho corner of
Fort and King streots. Thoro was
no oconpant in tho carriqgo,
which capsi.od and bocamo a
total wr?ok. No otlior damngo
H. E. McINTYRE & BR0.,
LETTERS FROM THE BRITISH
MINISTER ON NA-1
& TUr'XlIZATION. ;
.Executive Refuses Assent.
' There was a meeting of the
called for 4 o'clock
afternoon, At 4:10 Dr.
llddgc'rs," ' sccretffry, announced
that illness preventod the
ehair.nan, Councillor Allen',
from being present.
President Dole nominated
Councillor Tenncy to tho
chair, and on vote ho was called
to tho position.
Presont: President Dole,
Ministers Hatch, King, Damon
and Smith; Councillors
Tonne', ITosmcr, .Enn, Wood,
Castle, Smith, Morgan, Nott,
Boltc and "Kennedy.
Minister Smith presented
the petition of J. .Kamukani
of Kau for restoration to civil
rights. Ho;vas convicted jn
1881 of forgery on grosscheat
and served his sentence.
President Dole said the
Executive", in recommending
that tho petition he granted,
had taken into consideration
tho names of residents of Kau
who endorsed the petition.
On motion of Mr. Kennedy,
seconded by Mr. Hosmcr, the
petition was granted.
President Dolb submitted a
petition from the liquor dealers
for compensation for losses in
curred from the - closing of
saloons during martial law.
Referred to Judiciary Committee.
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Mr. Hatch read tlio follow
mg communication that had
been received frpm British
' .Hoxomjmj, Mny 4th, 1895.
With ioforenco to my dispatch
to y'o'u of tho '23rd of February
last on tho subject of tho nationality
of Mossrs'. Richard, Walkor
and Howett, in which I. informed
you that I had'decided to.siibmit
tho whole quostion to my government
and await thoir decision, I
havo tho honor to inform you
that Lord Kimborloy has had
undor his caroful consideration
tho quostion of nationality of tho
abovo named mon and has como
to tho conclusion that in tho onso
of Mr. Hewo'tt thoro is no ground
on which to support a claim to
British nationality, as ho appears
to havo nindo tho proper applica
tion, given tho requisite proofs
and obtained a oorlificato of Hawaiian
nationality. Tho caso of
tho othor two mon has, hqwover,
been viowed differontly.
His Lordship states that thoy
do not' appoar to havo voluntarily
and knowingly become naturaliz
ed. - Thoy aro olily shown to
havo takon tho palh of allegianco
to King Kalakaua and his successor,
and they ussort that thoy
took that oath on tho express assurance
that it would not affoot
thoir nationality, and thero is no
proof that corlifioatos of naturalization
woro issued to thorn. I am
thoroforo instructed to roprosont
to your govornmont that 1 lor
Majosty's government can not admit
that tho Hawaiian nationality
of Messrs. lPviokard and
has boon established.
imi'oiiteu'and.ueai.iju in .- -
Proyisionsv: - Sc'
l'nokot from tho EflBlcrn Statca mul Eiiropo.
Now Goods ileco'vcd by Every
i?RESHr C ALIFORN BY - STEAMER.
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i All Orders faithfully nttduibS to and floods IDellvftiod' to 'any
I" 'i'nrt of tho City FREE,
hLAKU OBUKIW gOUClTKD . . SATISTACTION flOAItAKTEEP
EAST COUMEU rOHT AK1) KINO BXllEETfl ' 1
I havo tho honor to bo with tho
highost consideration, your
most' obedient, hutnblo
A. G, S. Hawes,
JirB. M. Commissioner and
Minister Hatch also read
tho following statements of
Messrs. Rickard, and Walker
made last February:
I hereby declnro upononth that
during tho roigu of tho lato
King Kalakaua 1 mado doola ration
of allogianco boforo a plork
in tholntorior Depnrtmont, that,
to tho boat of my rocollqotion, I
was not sworn Upon this occasion,
that I did not uiuToratand this
declaration to convey any for-
foituro of my British nationality,
and that I was infornred by Major
Wodohouso, Ho.r Britannic
Majesty's Commissioner and Consul-
Genoral, that no such forfeiture
was conveyed by tho
declaration, which I mado only
to qualify mysolf at tho nrgont
roquest of many British and othor
rosidonts, I) bocomo a raombar of
tho Logislaturo. (Signod)
W. H. BlOKAllt).
Signod and sworn before mo
this 18th day of February, 1895.
Thomas Uain Walker,
British Vice Consul.
1 horeby declaro upon oath
that in ,ordor to obtain groatoi
facilities of omploymont, I did at
tho suggostion of tho hto King
Kalakaua sign a dooumont which
I understood from the King
would ensuro mo groator privileges
as a residont in Honolulu
and as tho husband of a Hawaiian
wifo, but which ho told rao would
in no way afibct my position and
right as a British subjects.
. I hud no knowlodgo wliatovor
that tho .said document was tho
oath of allegiance. I simply signed
my name in a book beforo a clork
in tho Department of tho Inlorior
and not in tho prosonco of
or membor of the govoru.
mont. (Signed) "
- Signod and ' sworn to tho 18th
day of'February, 1895, boforo mo.
(Sgd). Thomas Rain Walkeii,
British Yico Consul.
Minister Hatch said that
tho matter was still under consideration
by the Executive.
He might stato that . the
views expressed by tho British
Govornmont did riot meet
with this Government's assent.
A bill to authorizo the Marshal
and his deputies, otc, to
administer oaths camo up for
Mr. Emmcluth did . not
iri passing 'any more laws
to beabsolutely necessary.
It was high time they stopped
legislating, and loffc .it to the
Minister Smith replied that,
whilo tho proposed law was
not absolutely necessary, it
would savo a great deal of in
convenience in cno country
districts. Many people thcro
had wanted to tako the oath
to the Republic, hut thero was
no official near them authorized
to adininistor oaths.
Tho bill passed." .
At 4:30 the Councils resolved
into executivo session, and
sat behind closed doors an unusually,
long time ;' " V
np.v 1 15. ,;. J.
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AN ELOQUENT SPEECH,
Great Britain's Care of
An A'iribrioan resident of Honolulu
roquosts tho republication
m tho iNDErjsriDEN'r of tho following
oxtract from a speooh
by Sonator Fryo to tho
of Portland, Maino.
It is dirtlibmbro striking from
tho fact that Sonator Fryc, from
his sonsationnl diatribes against
British aggression, has earned
tho tiamo of boing a rogular)
twister of tho British lion's tail:
"I do not, know that I ovor
lovod England narticularlv. I
do not think sho" treated us woll
in tho war. Indood, I think that,
considering that Wo woro hor
daughtor, she troatcd us vory
badly, and -sympathized with
what scorned to hor to bo our
downfall, but ovdn in nil onomy
I think I can sop what is worthy
of admiration. Tho caro
which England hits for hor citizens,
wherovor thoy may bo
located, is marvollous and
It is worth something to
bu a citizen of Groat Britain, as
much as it was in tho oldon days
to bo a Pioman citizen. Thero
comos to my mind in this
and you will remember it,
that wonderful littlo opisode in
her hiatory whore King Theodoro
soizod, a young man by tho name
of Campbell, without any justification
of law, and put him into
tho fortress of Magdala, about
1000 foot abovo tho IoyoI of tho
soa. Word was sent to
that ho was thoro without tho
authority oflaw,and Great Britain
domanded his roloaso. him
King Theodore refused to roloaso.
In 30 days timo from that refusal,
10,000 English sofdiors and
woro on board ships which,
with thoir whito wings sproad,
sailed down upon tho coast. Thoy
landed upon that .coast; thoy
marched GOO milos, through
swamp and morass, undor tho
burning sun. Thoy marched up
tho mountain hoights and gavo
battle to King Theodoro and his
forces. Thoy boat down tho iron
gatOS aHUTHO anil
roachod .down into tho dungoon,
and. took that one British citizen
out and carried him down tho
mountain sido, across the swamps
and morasses, aud placod him on
board thp white-winged ships, aud
carried 'him homo to England in
Safety. (Applause) It cost England
twonty millionB of pounds,
and mado Gonoral Napior Lord
Napior of Magdala. Was not
that a great thing for a great
country to do? An eye sharp
onough to sooono of its thirty
millions of peoplo, an arm strong
onough to. stretch across tho
ocoan and morassos, and pluck
him as a brand from tho burning,
and Carry him homo in safety.
Who would not dio for a country
that caii do that?"
Healani Boat Club. -
Tho rogular monthly mooting
of tho Directors, of tho Hoalani
Yacht & Boat Olub was hold at
thoir now boat houso
ing. Sovoral'now niembors woro
oloctod and applications for member-ship
from ilvo or six ,
dates wortf prosontod. Delegates
woro appointed to raeot with
rdprosontativos from tho Myrtlp
and Loilani Clubs, on tho
thirtoonth of this month for tho
purposo of organizing a Rowing
Association. Arrangomonts for
building a pontoon and for furnishing
tho olub houso in a fitting
mannor woro. offoctod.
'a '.t'fTpvpw'F1'; w""
More Chinese Coming.
Electric lights aro boing placod
in tho Ohinoso buroau of tho
Foiriiga Ofllco, which is situatod
in tho Judiciary building. J. W.
Girvin, tho hard-working olork
of tho buroau, ofton has bo much
businoss on his hands, in connection
it I Ui oithor incoming or
outgoing Btoamors, that ho
roquiros to continue his labors
into- tho night. La9t woak tho
buroau issued twolvo hundred
permits for the inhoduotion of
Chineso agricultural luborers.Euch
of thogo required tho H'gnaturo
cf both tho Ministor of Foro'gn
Ailuirs and tho olork in four
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