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Vol. V. II. I., SATUBDAY, jSTOEMBEti 0, 1897. No. 733
Oceanic Steamship Company.
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Tho Fiuo PasRongor Steamora of
This Port as Hereunder.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
AUSTRALIA NOV. 9th
ALAMEDA NOV. 18th
AUSTRLIA ,...DEO. 7th
MARIPOSA DEO. lGth
In connection with tho sailing of tho abovo steamers, the Agents are
prepared, to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any
railroad. from San Francisco, to all, points in tho United States, and from
Nor? York byany steamship line to all European ports.
'For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Company.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, LTD.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED
Improved Planters Hoe
Solid Cast Steel Eye and Blado Forged Entire
1 OYOLONE WIND MILLS, PUMPS, ETC.,
lHOWE'S PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES,
NORTON'S BALL BEARING JACK SCREWS,
PLOWS IN LARGE VARIETY,
VISES, PIPE CUTTERS AND WRENCHES,
The Standard of Merit.
Universal Stoves and Ranges,
NT, WALL & WHITEWASH BRUSHES, CALIFORNIA LAI
A Largo Assortment of General Hardware.
I HEJvB 9HI SsyfcpilH HVUc' wp iJsB'SjHB '
M" SUGAR FACTORS,
G ener al Merchandise
Igen tor Lloyds,
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line,
British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.,
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life),
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
Pioneer Lino o Packet from Livorpool.
H. E. McINTYKE & BRO.,
This Line Will Arrive and Leave
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
MARIPOSA NOV. 11th
AUSTRALIA NOV, 17th
MOANA DEO. 9th
AUSTRALIA DEO. 15th
P. O. Box 145.
Fort sz king Sts.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New and Fresh Goods recoived by every paokot from California, Eastern
States and European Markets,
Standard Grade of Canned Vegofablos, Fruits and Fish.
IQfe. Goods delivered to Any part of the Ulty
ISLAND TRADE RnMfHTKJ). RATrRWAflTTfW OUAftANTKBP
Thr Guardian of Princess Kaiulahi
Spoaks Qtrotaiy3 Against It
Bars tho Unitod States Cannot
Conscientiously- Absorb tho
Tho guardian of Priucosa Kaiulaui
during her stay in England,
H. Davie", accompanied by his
sou, George H. Davies, reached tho
city yosterday and is staying at the
When soon by a Call reporter last
(tracing he denied that the Princeos,
who is expected horo tho first part
of tho nook, it coming foi? any political
purport. Ho said: "If I had
thought there was any political
in tho visit of the Priucess
and her father to Honolulu I should
havo advisod against it.
"The Princosa has no thought df
politics in this trip. She is simply
going back to her home, whioh she
has not aeon for oightyoais At the
time of the revolution a residence
for her was in the course of construction,
and it is now finished.
This sha will occupy during her
stay in tho islands.
"She, with hor father, A. S.
reached New York on tho
16th, on which day, by the way, tho
Princbss was 22 years of age. Thoy
spent two or throe days in New
York and then went to Washington.
When they will reach hero I do not
"I am not here to raeot the Princess,
bub on my regular trip to the
islands to look after my BUgar business.
While I am not in any way
interested in tho politics of Hawaii
and the present officers of the Government
are my pergonal friends.
I am opposed to annexation as I
have always been I don't think it
would be good for the United Status
or the Hawaiian!), and I cau't sto
how the United States has the moral
right to annox the islands. In faco
of tho nppeal of the natives I don't
goo how it can bo done conscientiously
without further investigation.
"I believe it would bo a serious
stop for tho United States and don't
eon huw American statesmon with
Amorinan principles could think of
it. The natives want their own flag
and tho English in Hawaii are for
tho most part opposed to annexation.
Those who desire it are
chiefly those eugaged in commercial
and agricultural pursuits. Tho
movement was started ou account of
a revulsion of fooling against the
corruption of the Government,
which, I regret to Ray, was great, as
it is in all governments. Howover,
I feel that the remedy sought for
the evil is the wrong one. If it is
done, and the United States has
power to do it, in my opinion it will
be for political purposes and not
from reason." S. F. Call,
PrinceBB Kaiulanl and tho Crown
Lands of Hawaii.
Princess Kaiulaui, who arrived
here late Tuesday night en route
from England to hor uativo land of
Hawaii, would not personally discuss
hor goneral plans or her aspirations
yostorday, but left tho statement
of her position to hor father,
In response to various inquiries
he said, when interviewed in his
apartments at tho Occidental Hotel:
"My daughter and myself are not
going to tako any part in politics.
No, wo shall not' go to Washington
to oppose annexation. The Princosa
onterod her protest several years
ago. It is of record aud was protty
generally published at tho time.
"We aro on our way to Honolulu
to rosido at our old homo on a placo
of about eighty acres, four milos
"My daughtor was a ohild when
she loft Hawaii eight and a half
yoars ago, Sho is now a young woman.
The peoplo wish to soe her.
"The reason for having boon takon
to England to bo educated has been
misconstrued. She is no more English
in spirit to day than is a
It was thought best to
havo hor education progress in a
country governed as a constitutional
monarchy that in lime sho might bo
bettor Gtted to rulo Hawaii. It was
with tho advico of Mr. Dolo and
others of the present Government
of Hawaii that she was sent to England
to bo educated
"As to tho extent of tho Hawaiian
crown lands I cannot speak with certainty.
All tho lands of tho islands
belonged originally to King
He and his immediate
BUceeoHors to tho throne gave certain
tracts away for different purposes
I know that when King
wanted to raise money by
selling somo of tho nrown lauds ho
alwajH had to obtain tho signaturo
of tho heir appareut before the deed
of sale was considered complete.
"At the time of tho overthrow the
crown lands were bringing in only
about $50,000 a year, because they
were poorly and incompetently
managed. I do not know if (here
are over 1,000,000 acres, but I know
that much of th land is rich and is
very productive, if properly handled.
"Since tho overthrow the Dolo
Government has assumed control
of these lands. Where tho title lies
you may judge for yourself.
"Certainly I am opposed to annexation.
I am in spiiit a Hawaiian,
for I went thoro as a boy of 15.
All the Hawaiiaus, the natives, object
to annexation, It would be
bad for the Hawaiian and bad for
"This country would gain nothing
by it. The Unitod States already
owns Pearl Harbor, an untqualed
haven for a station, and this
country has 95 percent of the trade
with the island. I cannot tea what
tho United States would gain.
"If tho country should come into
possession of the islands the expenditure
of millions and millions
of dollars would b required to
build necessary fortifications on oaoh
of the seven islands with thoir extensive
Princess Kaiulaui and her father
will sail from hero next Tuesday in
the steamship Australia. The
will occupy one, of the bridal
chambers. S. F. Call, October SS.
NO CHOLERA HERE..
Tho physlclnuB say there is little
danger of cholera ever appearing In
Honolulu, on account of climatic conditions,
and particularly on account
tof tho purity of tho most popular bev
erage used tho oeloorated Haulier
Beer. This beer is pronounced by experts
as tho most healthful beverage
sold. On tap or In bottle at tho Criterion
Saloon, riione 783.
Special bargains in Bod Shootings,
2 yards wide, good quality for 20
centa a yard; 2.V yards wide for 25
cents, at N. S. Sachs.
Reduction In Prices
Having determined to not only
moot tho Great Out in Prices that is
now taking place among the Grocors
of this City, but to go them one
bettor, wo invito tho nltoution of
Housekeepers to got Our Quotations
and inspect Our Stock of
Fancy and Staple
Wo moan business and will as we
have always beon, be not only tho
BEST, BUT THE CHEAPEST
Grocors iu tho City.
HAB THEM ALL
Telephono 1UQ. Frcu delivery twice daily
WilderH Steamship Co.
O. L. WIGHT, Pros. 8. B. ROSK, Bee
Onpt. J. A. KING, Port Bnpt.
Will leavo Honolulu at 10 a. m.. tonchlngat
Lahaltia, Maateca Bay and Makena thr
same day; Mahuksna. Kawalbao and
tho following day; arriving at
Hllo tho same afternoon.
LEAVES HONOLULU. AIiniVES HONOLULU.
Tuesday Nov 2 Friday.'., Oct 20
Friday Nov U Tuesday Nov 0
Tuoday Nov 23 Friday Nov 10
Friday Deo 3 Tuesday Nov SO
Tnnsday ....Drol- Friday Dec 10
Thursday Deo 23 Tasday Deo 21
Friday Dec 31
Returning will leavo H'.lo at 8 o'clook
A. M , touching at Laupahoohoo,
and Kawalhae same day; ilakena,
Maalaea Bay and Laliaina the following
day; urriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of Tuesdays and Fridays.
Will I'llll nt Pnl.n.M n.,., i-1-
,.r:.t .., u.u, u.i vn.B
Mr- No Freight will be received after b
A. m. on day of sailing.
The popular route to the Volcano Is via
Hilo A good carriage road the entire distance.
Round trip tickets, corerinir al)
Will leavo Honolulu Taesdays ,ut 0 i u.
touching at Knhului. Hana, Hanioa and
Kipnhuin, Maul. Returning arrives t
Honolulu Sunday mornings
Will cull at Nun, Kauiio, once each
No Freight will be received after i
r. m. on day of nulling.
This Company will reserves tUu right
make changes in the tinieof departuie und
arrival of its ttteauirrs without notice and
it will not be responsible for any consequences
Consignees must be ut the Landings to
receive their freight; thlB Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has beon landed. -
Live Stock received only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Money or Valuables of passenger unless
placed In the rare of Parsers.
sr I'ussongers urn requested to purchase
Tickets before embarking. Thou
failing to do so will be subject to an addi
tlonal charge of twenty-five per cent.
OLACS SPimOKKLS. WM.O. IBWIN.
Clans SprecKels & Co..
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BANK OF SAN FJIANCI8C0.
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LONDON-Tho Union Buuk of London
NEW YORK American Exchange National
CHICAGO Merchants National Bank.
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BERLIN Drosdnur Bank.
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NEW ZEALAND AND
of New Zealand. i
VIO'lORIA AND VANCOUVER Bunk
of British North Amorica.
'J)atuact a General Hanking and Kschano
Deposits Received, Loans made on Approved
Heonrlty. Commercial and Travelers
Credit Issued. Bills of Exoiiung
bought and sold.
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