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THIS HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1893. SIX PAGES.
V. r k 1 flr: i'J, rprr-p XT a tat A TT A "NT QfpAP I PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY, I BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWbfAl'EK wirnni i-iu. i ... . i Dr. J. S. McGkew, Editor-in-Chief. WTTmT1: m. 1 . 1 ILI.EN, l.as.ncss Manaj.tr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per War in Adance, Per Month in Advance, $0.oo .50 ADVERTISING RATES: .... r. !...:. .....I rr.f.ntnt mU-i-rlUirm ,n i, obtained at the miblication office, r, Hell Telephone Number 237, Mutual 365. T . 1 t. I r WEDNESDAY, : APRIL 19, 1893. THE EX-QUEEN'S BRIEF, Mr. English's defence of the charge of idolatry which "Liliuokalani R" has repeated after him and given out as her own, is special pleading of an ingenious if not an ingenuous kind. It does not deny that the ex-Queen sacrificed pigs . . .. , -... t:i I and lowis to tne pagan ueuy 01 ivuiuc how could it, after the Holomuas i.ivp.nwav ? but it takes the uround ,b,t th, art wm innocent and to be comuared with the custom of hanging up boughs on Christmas and sending I illuminated missives on St. Valentine's day both of which observances, as Mr. English states, are of heathen nritrin. While it is true that the influence til paganism survives in some of the meth ods of modern amusement, we btg leave to point out to "Liliuokal.ini R." and her Scribe in Ordinary, that neither of them ever saw it mixed with the forms of worship of the Christian churchesin which they were both reared The charce against the ex-Queen is that she bowed down to Pelc and made liv imr sacrifices to her. It is no answer to that to recite the tact mat a urmu custom supplies amusement at Christ- mas feasts, or that the habit of sending valentines once obtained among the j anc ents. II "Liliuokalani K wishes 1 to defend herself by the qiwque gument, let her point to any living sac rifices of the Christian ministry or any recurrence on the part of the church to the prostrations which men were wont to make in the old days to jupuer or Zeus. She will find herself, when siie comes to this' inquiry, confronted by . 1 , C 1 ...I, i V. ( l.rirtnnlll' hi I ine wan 01 uia n..... v-.... , built across thepath toall sucb iniquities Those who saw the Queen at her pagan orisons looked at a woman whose earnestness and devotion could not be misunderstood. She was there to worship the mysterious goddess of the molten whirlpool and she observed all the formsofheathenishsacrif.ee. What folly, as the spectacle ot the roasting pig and the frying fowl which the monarch threw on the hot crust of fho rmtpr mmfs to mind, to sav that v, mnH. thP sacrifice to Pele mav " ' call herselt a i.nnsuan in spue ui " . r because people who sing under Christ- mas bouchs and evergreens are yet within the oale of the church. A ltlclTlHr. 5TATF.SMAN. Congressman Loud has come to this city to look over the field of Hawaiian , - ., , politics. As a member of the ne.M House he may De caueu upon 10 uc- bate annexation and he wants to post himself upon the main facts which bear upon that theme. It would be in the . , . .r meresis 01 wise suiumui.!. leading men in the United btates would adont Mr. Loud's effective plan and see for themselves what this ground " ... . fCCar ic in innnrnnipnl and this people oi er as an inaucemtn to American capital, enterprise anu domination. The Star trusts that every means will be given the visitor to inspect the country and to hear all sides. The an- nexationists have no wish to keep him away irom tne royausi juiuu, as mc more a Good American sees of that out- fit and delves into its personal and po- . . , , r .1 1 Itticat history, me ueiter ior u.c Buuu cause of annexation ana reiorm. un their own account the friends of honest government will be able, we think, to t 1 ,. r.,;. m:,i convince Mr. Loud, as a fair-minded , .1 1 ....i, ,i,, .,,i,t man, 01 111c Buuu .u..3 ... come, not alone to Hawaii nei, but to trip United States from cession of this : ...,. r,i.,r.ct ...,!,. A Washinoton message says that . . c. r.,.:ir,.,, news wu re.vcu u... v.. . ... jiiount, tnai - ........... which perturbed the White House and led to the hastv dispatch of the Adams . .i,; wi,- Tf U mnrP likf-lv. we think, that the news in question was mailed by Minister Stevens, as Mr. Blount, in the two hours given him be fore the Australia left, would have had no time to form useful opinions about Hawaiian matters and get them into writing. The Washington correspond ents hazard the guess that something about joint British and Japanese pres sure here was the cause of Mr. Cleve land's anxiety. Perhaps they are right. Systematic target practice, particu larly by starlight, would be useful to the Provisional troops. Several nights of late sentries have fired at prowlers whom it would have been desirable to nnnftt hillp ikIiii unif mln Ihn fmtm ." - (lood marksmanship in the palace yard l.ood marksmanship in the palace yard i ,i j mnrnnif .!,, l,nv .f.,,i J D rt ' ... . .. I... a witness worm navinir as to tne cr- sonncl and backing c f the gang which " Rivcntl.C troops SO much ttouble. h l itsap.t mat so little good snooting is done. I'eihaps if the sentries were armed with breech-leading shot guns at niuht the outcome would be better. Tin: effect of the cholera unon the r ,t, t',i.t.. i.vi, t.. -) VII lilt, M U1IU 3 It! 11 1111 lit watched with some anxiety, If the plague continues 111 luirope travel to America will be nrettv eflectujllv stopped by the quarantine and if it . .!, TT.,;..l C.-o U .. .11 Willkil ...l. .1... avoid large crowds and hot cities and, un,CM ivinR jn -mkclC(1 districts, will rcmain icl, at homa h h nQt jm. quietly possible that Chicago will have the big showa t0 itsdf- Till- 17.n..lkhm(.1 ubn rnndlirt lbP o Int J. .;.;:.. ..t...l "'. " ' - uuC member ot tne 1'rovisionai government on the ground that he is "loyal to Yankee brag, likewise to Yankee gag." We quote these sentiments to show how strongly knit are "those bonds of amity which unite the two great Eng- lish - speaking peoples," et ce'era ad nau cam, and so on to the end of the fond illusions of Lord Pauncefote's re- cent speech Dr. Mott Smith, who misrepresents the Hawaiian government at Washing ton, is reported to have said that the Americans in this country favor annex alion for what they can make out of it- " I s iMt'vt fmii 1111 fin :iri f 111111' 111 lint 1 wnn Air. ainitns previous views, no . , I doubt the story is correct. I i,Y cuunMwny iiiu iiuiiMui. ituci 11.. : 'I'l . i,...,... I with the stories wii.cn tne royalists loui 1 about it, the natives will be able to see how far their self-constituted leaders have been ready to deceive them What conhdPnce can they place 111 ar-jsuch tricksters heieaftei? Any? DELAY WAS A MISTAKE. CLEVELAND ERRED m HIS HA WAIIAN POLICY. A .. T ... i . T ... ..... ...1 .1. C.pUn. ........... Grcsham Perturbation at the White House. Washington, April S. President Ptpvplnnrl ninnns t( nnncv llif Hnwnii. I Ti,to tu .,. i. ill! I lllllll.l. I 1L I I. .1 V. 111 IIUI1 111 L 7 L. I executive has nt last been made up to this, or, if he does not mean to add the dominions of the late Queen to the .....w " - ,east pronoses to see that no othel power stej)s jn arlti piucs the pear that has all but falien into the lap of Uncle Sam. When the Cus- Pew? was received IUUI, Ul lilt UllltUI Ul XUIU HI 13311111,1 LAvn f o-f-.l.l f 'nmr p.. r.ar uuv ui tin. I!lount at Honolulu it was said at the lytate Department by no less a person than Secretary Walter Q. Gresham that the article forwarded by the special Commissioner were ot no moment whatever, merely being to the effect that Mr. Mount had reached the scenes of his labor and had been well received by the Hawaiians. "mere was reauy no lime, saia Smetary Gresham t0 those who inter- rogated him upon the subject, "for Mr. Blount to ascertain anything of value to the department in the brief space elapsing between the arrival of the Rush and of the sailing of the Australia for gan i.ranc,sco Secretary Gresham is new in diplo macy, but it is quite clear that he is an apt pupil in the science, as the science ..C Jinlnmnm. rnn. lie n iJI .m n.ll.m,. I UII'.UI") v.u..iaw ... tiUllllll I jn a ,ead Qn forrned to believe that you have really told all that you know. I he lnendsol iir. mount here anil "e nas many know the gentleman to j 5 Sudy lermmea puiiu tnui 15 presented to nun. in other worus, Mr. mount is a gentle Srcat . 6sp of mind and a markably rapid thinker. Eycnts that happened at the Sute Department to-day show that Mr. illount's friends have not been mis- taken in the estimate that they have placed upon his ability, and they show, '..,' ,. . , - moreover, the talent for diplomacy ' '. .. ----- ' possessed bv Mr. Uevelaild'S Secretaiy 0f State. Kor Mr. Mount did convey more to the State Department by the Australia than the mere information of his own safc arrivai at Honolulu. He conveyed so much that the President and his chief of Cabinet have been consikrably woicd lest thcir I)0lir.y0f deiay should have been a mistake alter all, and that there have been several anxious consultations in the White House relative to the ratification of the error now generally believed to have been committed when the treaty of annexation negotiated by becertary Foster was withdrawn by the present administration. What is the nature of this advice conveyed by Commissioner Blount to his chief? bo far, that is a secret known only in the White House and in the State Department. It is quite clear that Commissioner Blount, has seen something to alarm in the quiet that broods over Waikiki, and that this something has been sufficient also to justify alarming the men who sent him out. What it is, of course, can only be conjectured, but gossip here has it that it is the menace that England will back Japan in case the Mikado sees fit to , ,:,fiM ,Wl. tun. thp lllinfi nf ,i,Jtreon, will not continue practice here nepinand take what Mi. Cleveland TJV A TTrT1TTn'D TTV has all but thrown away. LDl jti U 1 IIU III 1 I Whether that be true or whether it bo nnl it ic rllll't.. rlnir tllflt I r 5 tl 1 M t Cleveland does not intend to let his ,Wi,,. . nE n ,,n ,,f ennpih ins uvjiii. lu I if aw J- .... ....... ;i:. ... ucc mteriere wun nis i-ii.-uh.-i ucauu iu placate Eastern public sentiment, now S0 StnS an.1.1 .?lr'l'B?r1 fr'1"; nexat.on 1 or to-day it can be stated upon authority of the very highest that orders were sent by telegraph to Ad- nnral Irwin, in command of the navy- at ftl?re .lsla,u1' 10 n.ave lnu "aa.,ns made ready for sea, and to order her ''aptam to proceed to Honolulu at once and re-enforce the Boston The orders urri liiilicr:itlip it IV tf!fl. and t lie moment. It is evident from this that President ELC.LC, l1;8 'IVu:.1'1"'1,1 u 'fi Melius .1.111 Bti an.. limn ....... ....v. ,, . . . 0 .. . ' - ' . I It evident also mat commissioner juouni J,as cone possible p bcgun ,0 to Hawaii with the fullest powers and that he has also exercise them PERSONAL. i:.. v:i.i : m. it.'..l,i I ,s y,sll,"K kTnlmln 1etcr Lcc and son are booked on t1(. Australia, p,,,! iCPi,r r(..,lrno . w,i,i this afternoon. ' Luther Severance will take the next Isteamtr for the coast. G. Kunst, a wealthy German traveller, will be off on the Australia. Chaplain Wallace U. S. N. leaves for California on the next steamer, S. 'I'. Alexander, a prominent Maui planter, returned by the Australia. Captain Zeigler drilled Company A at Palace Squire yesterday afternoon. R. J. Lillie and W. G. Lowry and wife, were passengers by the Australia. Sister Jerome and Sister Rosalie l)e passengers on the next coast steamer. . . ,. ... . .- , 1 Mis. l . Ashlurri and cm u start I for the coast next week on the Aus- 111 VUlLIUIIIklH 1VJ.IU IJII 111 traha. I T F.ntrlicl, will linv(- fnr SJmi . n lncis,.,, bv tis return 0f thoAus- iralia Mrs. E. G. Pettis arrived by the Australia yesterday to join her husband here Sir Kenneth Gumming, who has been here a month, will sail for America n.-Mweek. George II. Paris of the Advertiser will make a tiip to California by the next uoai. Hon. C. L. MacArthur of the Ray mnnd nartv nil! terminate his island tour next week. V W rrl,,, i.l, ic m tr, ,Un"y l'pui an ngcm to tak-e AC w ..t,l- L.I- In.-c . I . I. I .. ... ........ bu...b .u ...v ' w)fe a wec fr0n t0.da Dr. F. L. Miner, wife and child will sail next week for America. They in ,n.i ,n thf. World's Fair. l-r. M. L. Miner, the veteranry sur- ... . . 1.... .... .1... IT. ... 1... j k 7 le nex 0!t' Bronsor, I uui win reiurn iu ine uiiucu oiuies uy the his been seeing Hawaiian sights for three weeks past, returns home on the Aus- tralia. James Dodd, a former resident, re- lurned on the Australia. George J. Kanikau is the new prin cipal of the English school at Mahu kona, Hawaii, Dr. C. T. Rodgers has been chosen Secretary of the Advisory Council. V. Akisuka, the Japanese official Commissioner who arrived on the Na niwa, has gone t Japanese laborers to rvauai 10 inspect W. A. Kinney returned to Honolulu yesterday after an extended visit abroad I'hco. P. Severin has returned to iHonolulu after an extended photograph' ng trip to the other islands. Mrs. Frank Auerback and Messrs F. Wittrock and T. Grunwald. bot h merchants of Hana, left for that port by the Claudine. Mrs. C. N. Spencer has gone to A .1111 OH V1SI . " LuUw-u and F w Louns. bury were passengers yesterday for the volcano jjts, h. Rickard returned to Mahukona by the Kinau yesterday Dr. J Wight and wife will visit Ho- fjXT Sister Bonavcntura returned to post in the Wailuku Hcspital yesterday. ANNEXATION CLUB. iiiuii. iii'.AiiiJUrtiunna ur nil!, lix- I .-cutive Committee o( the Annexation Club, Room 6 Campbell lilock, will be open from S a.m. Io 5:30 I'.M. and from 7 KM. un til 9 I'.M. All those wishing to sign the munibtrshlp roll may ilo so uuring tliose Hours. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. MILLINERY Just Received per "Australia," a Full Line of New Millinery Goods Ladies' and Children's HATS, RIIlltONS AND FLOWERS. LEGHORNS AND SAILORS for bolh Ladies and Children. r-'l A large assortment of FINE VELVETS, GAUGES, TIPS, and all the Latest bovelhes at MRS. GOOD'S, 9 im Fort Street. VOM RKNT OR RAM?,. '!c ' !3 11 Anvi"ii ' 1 '.yC with PHAETON. HARNESS, etc.. either single or together. Mare also broken lo saddle. nuuicss, ininiuiii 13 If "Star" Office. COUNCIL NOTICE. I 0!i. wii.i.iam c. WILDER has been ck,cl(,d a mclI,i,ct of ,hc Advisory Council of le I Wion.U Government In place of John A. McCandlcs,, rcs! The Executive and Advisory Cnuncils ate now constituted as follows: Sanford H. Dole, S. M. Damon, James A. King, Cecil Drown, K. D. Tenncy, V. McChesney, IM. Suhr, Wm. C. Wilder, V. K. Allen, V. M. Hatch, Alex. Young. rhco. C. Porter, Wtn. O. Smith, John Kmmeluth, John Noll. Jas. K. MorCan. C. Ilolte, Vr,lr,1,E - - CIIAULKS T. HODGKHS, Secretary Executive and Advisory Councils. Honolulu, April 18, 1893. 2031 NOTICE. The new sur-chaiged stamps of the I'rovis-1 ional Government will be on sale at the PiM aM 0ffice on or ,Um! 20' af,er which date the present issue, and sale of same, will I cease, and none of the old issue will be there after sold fot postal purposes. f. IftW M DAT 20 tf Postmaster-General. GOVERNMENT POUND, MOLOKAI. In accordance with the provisions of Section I of Chapter XXXV of the Laws approved on the nth day of August, A. D. 1888, I have this day changed the location of the Govern ment Pound of Ulapue, Molokai to an enclose ure near the Kuluaaha Church, and on the milni cii nf h. i .u island of Moloka!. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, April 181I1, 1S93. 20 3t Mu. E. LILILEHUA has this day been '"unumaster tor the oovernment lolmtl al luaalia, Molokai, vice ). Kaoo, resigned J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, April lath. iBqi. 20 MOSES P. WAIWAIOLE, Esq., has this I 1 ; 1 ... ... . . , . r ....... r, ... .. UI lu " lc,1b' ,lctl 1 ul oniracis, lor ineinavc oeen appoiiueu v,uiiumhMuiiers mr uie district of Wailuku, Island of Maul. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. interior uiiice, April 17, 1803. 10 3t Department or 1'iNANcn, (1 Honolulu, April 17, 1893. Nonce is hereby given, that JAMES B. wife haslCAS'' 'la' l'"s day been appointed Col- lcclor Gclleral of Customs for the Hawaiian Mwtis, vice A. S. Cleghorn resigned. .. SANFORD 13. DOLE. By the President : Jas. A. Kino, Minister of Interior. Theo. C. Porter, Minister of Finance W. O. Smith, Attorney General. 19 31 Dki'art.mknt ok Finance, Honolulu, April 17, 1863. Notice is hereby given, that FRANK II. McSTOCKER has this dav been annoinlnl Deputy Collector General, vice George E, Boardman resigned JAMES 15. CASTLE, Approved : Collector General. Tiiko. C. Porter, Minister oi 1'inance. 1931 sale ok lease of government LAND IN HANA, MAUI. On Tuesday, May lClh, 1893, at 12 o'clock, Loon, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale. -Ill I.- l.l...I.K. .! . I. 1 r I tii. uc ou.u ul juuj.l. uuiuuu, lease OI a tract of Government ,and in H M . taining an area of 2800 acres, a little more or less, Terms: Lease for 15 years. Upset price: $200 per annum payable semi annually in advance. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, April 171 1893. SALb OF LEASE OF A PORTION OF THE GOVERNMENT LAND OF HAIKU, HILO, HAWAII. On Tuesday, May 16, 1893, at 12 o'clok noon, at the fiont entrance of Aliiolani Hale, I will be sold at public auction the lease of a portion of the government land of Haiku, Hawaii, containing an area of 128 acres, a little more or less. Terms: Lease lor 15 years. Upset price: $125 per annum, payable semi annually in advance. J. A. Kimi, Minister of the Interior, Interior Office, April ij, 1893. 31 SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. ORDER FOR SPEOIAL TERM. Deeming it essential to the promotion of t i r .1... ...i..; .. IJUMItC, UUU Uy ,.,,UU vi. ,..v ..uu.U.tljr I ed in me by Section 54 of the Act to Reorgan Iiie the Judiciary Department, I hcieby order a Special Term ol the Supreme Court to be 1 held in the Court Room (up-stairs) of Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, THURSDAY, the 20th April, 1893, at 10 o'clock, a.m. Wilness mv hand and seal of the Suoreine I Court, at Honolulu, this 15th dav of 4 I seal April, A. D., 1S93, I1 1 1 ' "J I A. F. JUDD, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Attest Henry Smith, Cleik. i6-3t $12 3luthorit!. SALS OF LEASE OF GOVERNMENT LANDS IN 1IUALUA t AND , KOIIALA, HAWAII. o TttvcnAV .c,ti,. iftnj. m u O'cock noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at lMhllc Auction, the lease f he f , of Gomnmcnt Iam, in .... ..... Ilualua 1 ami 2, Kohala, Hawaii Tract No. 1 Containing an area of 60 n-io attcs, upset price 82.50 per acre. Tract No. 2 Containine an area of 70 7-10 acres, upset price $2.25 per acre. Tract No. 3 Containing an area of 137 6-10 acres, upset price 50c. per acre. Term Lease for 15 years. Henl payable semi-annually In advance. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, April 14th, 1893. 17 3' SALE OF A PIECE OF GOVERNMENT LAND ON NUUANU AVENUE, HONO LULU, OAHU. On TUESDAY, May loth, 1893, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at public auction a piece of Government land known as the " Kesovoir Lot," makai of the lot recently sold to S. C, Allen, and now occupied by J. H. Paty, Nuu anu avenue, Honolulu, Oahu, containing an area r SS'3 fccl. a littIc morc or ,css' Upset price $300. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, April 15th, 1891. 17 -,t IRRIGATION NOTICE. Holders of Water Privileges, or those pay ing Water Rates, are hereby notified that the hours for using water for irrigation purposes. arc from 6 to 8 o'clock A.M., and 4 to 6 I o'clock r.M., until further notice. ANDREW 1IR0WN, Supt. Honolulu Water Works Approved : J. A. Kino, Minister of the Interior. Honolulu, II. I., April 1st, 1893. G-tf EDGAR HALSTEAD, Esij., has this day been appointed a Notary Public for the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, March 18, 1893. Government House, Honolulu, March 20, 1893. ) Notice is hereby given that WILLIAM FOSTER, Esq., HON. ALBERT FRANCIS JUDD and CECIL UKOWM, Esq., l 1 ...i r !.. ..... purpose of Revising and Codifying the Pena Laws of the Hawaiian Islands in accordance with the provisions of an Act of the Hawaiian Legislature approved August 0, l8g2, provid ing therefor. 1 GOVERNMKNT IIOUSRl Honolulu, March 23, 1S93.J Notice is hereby given that EDWARD GRIFFIN HITCHCOCK EDWARD GUI! llas ,i,is ,iay i)een ap Hawaiian Islands, v ppointed Marshall of the ice Mr. W. G. Ashley, I resigned. (Signed.) WILLIAM O. SMITH, Attorney-General, Notice is hereby given that in accordance with the joint action of the Executive and Ad- sory Councils, THEODORE C. PORTER, has been appointed a member of the Executive Council of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands to administer the Depart ment of Finance. (Signed; SANFORD 13. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government o the Hawaiiat. Islands. WM. G. ASHLEY, Esq., has this day been appointed a Notary Public for the First I Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. J. A. King. Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, Mar. 25, 1893 Departmlnt ok Imnance. Honolulu, II. I., March 29, 1893. Notice is hereby given, that the Salaries of Government employees will hereafter be paid on the first day of the month followiug, instead 3' I of the last day of the month as heretofore. T. C. PORTER, Minister of Finance. NOTICE. At a meetine of the llureau ol Agriculture anj forestry held March 28th, 1893, Joseph Marsden, Esq. was appointed Commissioner 0f Agriculture and Forestry and Recording and Corresponding Secretary of the llureau J. A. KING. President of the Hoard Interior Office, March 28, 1893 Government House.) Honolulu, March 20th, 1893 J Notice is hereby given that His Excellency THEODORE C. PORTER has been appointed a Commissioner of Crown Lands of the Hawaiian Islands, vice Mr, P, r inni .M!nn.,l ' ' " The Hoard now consists of J. A. King, T, C. Porter, C. P. Iaukca. The members of Waialua, Oahu, Road I Hoard having resigned, the following gentle men have been this day appointed to constl t"te a new Hoard : EDGAR HALSTEAD, Dr. D. F. ALVAREZ, ANDREW COX. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior, I Interior Office, March 18th, 1893, ijcto 2li)tKt:tujcmcntfi. Aim at the Drake And you arc bound to hit some of the ducks. This is precisely the same with Wampole's Tasteless Preparation OF Cod Liver Oil. It aims to cure Consumption, Hits the Mark, too, and it most effectually breaks up Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness and all Throat and Lung troubles that cause this disease. It is natural logic to conclude that if Wam poles Preparation of Cod Liver Oil has power to prevent Consumption, it sure ly is able to cure these lesser emergencies. rhis vigor-making, fat pro ducing preparation is Absolute ly 1 asteless, in so tar as L.ou Liver Oil is concerned. All you notice is a delightful flavor ol Wild unerry ana vnise. But the purest Norwegian Cod Liver Oil is there all the same. It is a great blood en richer. Best of all it is a natu ral food that in its stomachic effects, actually assists its own assimilation. In Pulmonary or Bronchial troubles it is unequalled. No one doubts the value of Cod Liver Oil, but not every one is able to take it. WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION removes the nauseous objection and actually makes Cod Liver Oil palatable. KEPT IN STOCK AND SOLD IIV HOLLISTER & Co. Druggists. 109 Fokt Strkei-, Honolulu. BLIGHT EXTERMINATOR Orders on the Commissioner of Agricullute for Insecticide Wash in live gallon ipian titics, can be obtained at the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. 17 tf Nl. S. LEVY. The U. S. S. Rush is away but the Rush for Japanesi Crepe, is just as large as the Annexation Roll. A New Line of Japanesi Crepe arrived on the S. S China. M. S. LEVY, 75 McInernv Block 75 17 GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. The undersigned having this day been ap pointed, Guardian of Rebecca Panee Humeku also known as Rebecca Panee Puuku, a spend thrift, by order of the Honorable W. A. Whitinu First Judge of the First Circuit Court, Island of Oahu, notice is hereby given, that he will not lie responsible lor any ilebts contracted by her, and all persons are hereby notified not to give any credit lo the said Rebecca Panee liumcKu. Dated Honolulu, April 14, 1S93. J. ALFRED MAGOON. Guardian of Rebecca Pariee Humeku 17 tl FOR LEASE. No. 1 Seaside Residence, adjoining the premises of C. Afong at Waikiki. There are three distinct Cottages on the premises, all furnished, lwo witli Cook-liouscs attached, The grounds are extensive and well shaded tilablcs, hervants (garters, uain-nouses, etc all complete. Unobstructed views of sea or mountains, Climate, perfect.' Five minutes walk from the lram ways, No. 2 A Convenient Cottage on Emma street, two noors irom iiereiaiua sireci, te cently remodelled and repaired throughout Terms easv. For further particulars, inquire at the office of BRUCE X- A. .1. CARTWRIUHT, 17 tf M. McINEBHY. Are wc to be, or not to be, .1 part of the Great Republic, seems to be the burning ques tion of the day, and one we had rather leave to wiser heads than ours to solve; and while great statesmen are wrestling with this momentous question, we want to have a little "penu- wo.v " with you on some other subjects, that concern you as well as ourselves. Has it not occurred to you that you've been wearing that old hat long enough ! In these progressive times if you intend to be "in it," you've got to keep pace with fashion. No matter how otherwise well dressed you may be, unless your hat is the correct thing you bear a shabby appearance. We have already laid in a tock of the Latest Hats of the coming Spring and Summer styles, in hard felts, soft felts tnd straws, and including a line of the celebrated "Fidora" Iats, at present all the rage in the United States. There is therefore, no necessity for you to hang on any longer to that old Tile that bears such a strong resemblance to the hat ' your father wore." Believing that business will be better in the near future, we lave not hesitated to keep our stock full in all lines. Take collars for instance : We have almost everything you could wish for. If you wear a stand ing collar, just come in and take a look at our " Narenta" or "Ardonia ;" or if you prefer a turn down collar, try the Winnipeg" or "Goswell;" we have have lots of others, and can't fail to suit you. Cuffs in abundance, links or otherwise. Neckwear in profusion, scarfs Windsors 4-in -hands, and a special lot of " Boys' Bows;" suspenders in great t variety, leather and woven ends, good strong, serviceable goods. We might go on indefinitely, but space is valuable, and to enumerate everything we carry would fill a pretty fair sized Book. If there is anything you want in the mens line, just drop in and see us, and if we can't suit you, we don't be lieve any one can. If you should want a pair of nice shoes, let us try a hand at fitting you. Did it ever occur to you How much a man is like his shoes; For instance, both a soul may lose. Both have been tanned; Both are made tight by Cobblers; Both get left and right; Both need a mate to be complete; And both are made to go on feet. They both need healing; oft are sold, And both in time will turn to mould. With shoes the last is first; with men The first shall be the last; and when The shoes wear out, they're mended new; When men wear out, they're men dead too. They both are trod upon, and both Will tread on others nothing loth. Both have their ties, and both incline When polished, in the world to shine; And both peg out. Now would you choose To be a man, or be his shoes. M. McINERNY. -1 1