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THE HAWAIIAN STAK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST B, ioa-
MR. JULIUS A, PALMER JR.
Ills Mi nium x or HAWAII"
AMLt ji i:vi i vi:ii.
I'liilm. uf I mpnrt Inllt liivrtlKntel -
CKstlem r ma Many Hlnttete.
HBOntS "f l-'uct.
At the urgent rSOIMt "f I greBtly
CRtocmed friend, 1 hive agreed (ci make
;i reviewof laptaia l'ulmer'rt "Mi unities
t f Hawaii." It consista of 11 nerieB of
letter, written from Sun FrfenoioOO and
Honolulu bj I 'apt Julius A. Piilmer, Jr.,
us ipvptftl correspondent of the Boiton
Tri)isn-iilt between J.miiary Mil and
Mareh liltli ol the present year. In these
letters he undertakes to investigate and
give just conclusions iihout the qiies
tions at issue in the late revolution in
Hawaii. The imp irtfenos of these
letters, if any. I log in their publication
by so Influential paper as the V'rtnis-
Captain Palmer frequently recurs to
the value of hi early acquaintance
with the Inlands, obtained by a few
months lojourd in
lie also supports the
Bpondence hv the declaration that
"In thirty years' miscellaneous enntri
hutionsio the press, often severely at
tacked, the eeeontlfel truth of my st.it.
ments has never been impeached, 1
It is to he Icaied that Captain I'almer
will not he aide to escape successful im
peachment of the truth of a uiitnbaf tif
important statements innde in these
letters. His letters bristle with minor
blunders, No attention need he given
to those. He deserved to he credited
with a manifestly honest elfort in
bis earlier letters, to present
accurately the opinion and slateincnts
received from various persons met in
San Francisco and at the beginning of
bis sojourn in Honolulu. Do ring those
weeks be hears himself as an impartial
investigator. He then seems rather
suddenly to choose bis side with the
Hoyalists, and with a singular oredulltj
lo accept as facts whatever statements
they make 10 him.
A majority of these misstatements
occur in his defense of the character
and actions of the queen. They give
the impression of having heen derived
directly from the lady herself, or from
her immediate adherents. Chief perhaps
among these misstatements are those
alxnit the Queen's connection with the
Lottery bill. "Yea, it has been shown
me that this measure was carried
through both Houses, indorsed by the
Ministry; in fact, made a law contrary
to her wishes" (p. lull). He siys again:
ol ('apt. Palmer's multitudinous errors
of fact, nor is there room to refute his
erroneous Conclusions, The literature
of this Hawaiian question is already
bulky, and need not be enlarged by
li ving to thresh over the old topics, I
would, however, try to indicate the IWO
treat points wherein he essentially
fails to grasp the situation.
Through some mental obscuration or
straitness of intellect, our correspond
ent failed to apprehend the fact that
the Queen! (dosing acts were only the
consummation of a long series of syste
matic ell'uils on the part of Kalakaua
a stohy or ciinn:
KKATIir.ltSTONK. TlllKS TO K I I.I
The foregoing dreamsteeeM The Fiiiiit
Fr brie Slashes' witn n
. (Vimtiumil from Mfdlflie'.)
Mrp. readier-! "lie then took I he stand.
She testified Defendant is Iny bus
hand. M as getting dressed to go not
and his sister to destroy liberal anil I Inst Saturday afternoon when my httB
good government and restore the arbi-! band came in. He sat down anil begged
trary und capricious government of me not to go out. 1 said I til going
abeolute monarchy, AH the preceding J out, and started for the door. He iu
history of those efforte Captain Palmer sistcd upon iny not going and I sat dim n
ignores. He treats the forc.ng of the on a box. Be told me t0 return to the
Constitution of 1887 upon Kalakaua ns 1 chair and said, ' I'll not hurl you." I
uni ailed for and unjustifiable, and thus j said, " I'll do so to show yen that 1 am
virtuallr eon nds his sister's attempt , not afraid." He bad been out to
to abrogate it. Palmer thus putB him
self in the same category with Nord
hotr and Blount, who had no
sympathy with our long struggle
in behalf of well-ordered government
gainst that revival of barbaric despot-
l-'.iniW- und wanted me to fiireive bill .
1 , 1 it., I II,., I I u.ml.l never fonrlve biliT P
. j r
Honolulu in WW. ism to which Kalakaua and I.diu ku
value of his corn - la ni persistently bent their energies. By
s. .me defect in his mental structure
Captain Palmer seems to be iucapacita
! ted for tHeoernlng the obvious meaning
of a long chapter of Hawaiian history
Which was spread plainly before his
U Fetohedly dimmed observation.
Another and yet larger conflict of ten
dencies, in whose evolution this over
throw of the monarchy was an inevita-
He said if I did not forgiv
would go back to Emily, I told him to
go. He said, " I do not want to go, but it
you won't forgive ma I will go." 1 then
repented that I would never forgive him.
He went on and said a greet many un
true things. He walked to the doer
still asking me to forgive him, anil I
kept refusing. He saw the knife In its
sheath under the table and took it out.
Told me to go down on my knees and
ask his forgiveness: and that 1 was to i
keep my mouth shut. I told him to j
put the knife dow n and I would speak
to him. lie put the knife down and
entirely escapes the narrow i again deinaiided that 1 go down on iny.
vision of this correspondent. That is,
the triumphant extension of Europeitn
Christian civilization into the Pacific
ocean, displacing Polynesian heathen
ism and dispelling its darkness. In
Haw aii the leading agency in establish
ing the new light was the American
Mission, whose service Captain Palmer,
in a very blundering way. acknowl
edges. For forty years the chiefs and
people welcomed the new light and en
thusiastically embraced its blessings,
among which were the establishment of
constitutional government and the
emancipation of the common people
from servitude. Ensuing upon this was
an immense influx of American, British
nun Qerman capital, with its civiliza
tion and appliances.
During that forty years the monarchy
had heen in alliance with Christianity
and civilization. With the accession of
Kamehameha V, in 1804. the attitude
of the throne changed. The King
began active efforts for the revival of the
old superstitious and idolatrous worship.
Al the same time he changed the eon-
"The Lottery bill win advised by many st it ut ion, increasing the power of the
ol the merchants and llrst citizens in j throne. Here began an active struggle
signed petitions" (p. 1111). "The 'Jueen of the ancient heathenism against
waa told by the Ministry that ahe could I Christian civilization, and an active
not veto it without giving incontestable
reasons" (p. 118). " Actuated by u de
sire to use the license money in the em
pluytnenl Of the idle on public works,
the (jueen acceded to their petitions''
The well-known history, fully acces
fsilJo to .Mr. Palmer, was that the
Lotterv bill was carried on thellth of
January by ti vote of -11 to 'JO, only one (
white man voting for it, o four of the
lifaittere voting cgeAnet ff. Two more
white men joined the natives the next
day. making the twenty-live Decenary
to remove that Cabinet.
Bo fst from the mercliants or citizens
generally favoring the lottery, the '
Chamber ol Cominerce scut the Queen
a unanimous and almost violent protest
against it. The alleged petitions in its
favor were signed in August, six months
'before, under a secret canvass made
before it was publicly known that u
lottery was over proposed, A violent
opposition inimediatelv sprung up in
which a large number of those signers
joined. The bill was shelved until SUd-
.deniy re losoitated at the latest moment
by the Quaen'l own agency.
There was nothing in the constitution
to prevent the Queen from vetoing the
bill it she chose. .She did nut choose.
It was, in fai t, her own pet measure, M
is now fjMOntestsbly known, although
sin' nhoso to di enable her Interest in it
to the ludi.'s who waited on her to ask
her to veto it.
.Mr. Palmer also cdopts without in
quiry the follow ing Utterly false and un
founded statement about Mr. W, It.
One tie, of which the latter gentleman
has ienl a refutation to the Boston
"Further, when the means of this in
stitution (Kawaiabao Seminary) were
Ina efficient, the managers went to tier
Majesty; she heard their story, and
drew seventeen thousand dollars from
her own funds, which she gave to them
for investment, the income to be used
heathen party was inaugurated, acting
both upon social and political life.
Lanalllo favored the Christian side; his
reign was short, Kalakaua. elected
king in 1874, threw himself heartily on
the heathen side. He established
sorcery as u system. He promoted
idolatrous worship. He cultivated and
elaborated the bestial hula dances. He
perverted tin people against, missionary
Influence, and used every means to get
the Protestant churches under his
Tnc conllict thus became not merely
one for the political power of the throne
but the broader one of Christian civiliza
tion againat beatheniem. The old order
which Kalakaua and his sister sought to
revive was not merely that ol arbitrary
monarchical power but t be supremacy of
heathen ideas ill religion and in society.
How far the ex -QudOn sympathized with
the hitler may be open lo question. It
is certain that she was always more
determined than her brother towards
absolutism, and that she was in full
political alliance with the large heathen
and kahuna element wh'e..i are the
: strongest support of (loyalists.
So far as the native llawaiians are
concerned, this conllict between practi
cal ChriM i-inity and heathenism with I
its gross pruetices, is the chief issue.
This conllict of tendencies is also largi ly
f-dl among foreigners, according to
; their inclination towards lower ways of
living, or the contrary. Of all this
' greater issue of light against darkness,
as being really at the bottom of the
politic,! conflict, Captain Palmer takes
In a letter lo the Evening Foil which
j I have si-en only since 1 began this
- article, he designates myself as a fana-
tic. My eye Ins just lit upon a
sentence in an address by tiie noble Dr.
Chas. Parkhurst before Vale S'tninary:
"Are you prophets of Hod, visioned
with an eye that sees right and wrong
willi something of the distinctness of
knees and ask Ins forgiveness. That I i
refused and he took the knife again, j
Then I called for help, lie raised the(J
knife and struck US w ith it on the arm,
The last tune he struck nit- 'on the
breast and knocked ine down. At
that moment the door was burst
open and I ran out. Saw several men
around. Recognized Mr. Johnston ut
the door. I ran onto the front veranda,
on into the front room, and thence to !
the back of the house. Was treated by
Dr. MoGrew a few momenta after the
occurrence. My husband and myself
were alone in the room. He was drunk
at the time. I had trouble w ith him on
Thursday und Friday. He asked uie
continually to forgive him, and made
threats, hut I xvns not afraid of him, us I
did not think he would ussuult me with
Mr. Fcathcrstone then attempted a
cross-examination of his w ife, but weak
ened and failed.
Dr. Mcdrcw was culled and stated
that he attended Mrs. Fcutherstonc and
found her with u severe cut on the fore
arm; also another cut w hich looked like
a stab above the elbow . She nlso has u
cut between the thumb and first linger,
und bruises on the band as though she
had grasped the blade of the knife.
There was also u severe bruise on the
breast. The knife hud struck the steel
in her corset, w hich bad lessened the
force of the blow. She is getting along
very well uow. I lo not mink any ol
those injuries will prove fatal.
Mrs. B usher, a colored woman, was
called. She lived in the King-Street
House. Was at home last
afternoon, but did not see .Airs. Featber
stoue until she culled me. At thut time
I wus eating my dinner, but hearing the
I looked in and I hen ran out to
MILD oiiKi sroMii.M !..
Silver MeihllMK Tile Veil Kiniil l.tl-
gtfM MiltiliiK F.te.
EtlbO, August I The Silver wedding
of Mr. anil Mrs. W. I.. Hose wns cele
brated nt their house. llilo. on the ltd
inst. There were many friends assem
bled to congratulate them. The evening
passed off very delightfully in onversa
tion and music. Dancing took plnce in
a large room beautifully deflorated itb
flowers, Mugs and evergreens gotten up
in gooil taste. The refreshments, which
w ere quite elaborate, were appreciated
and served up in good style. It in num .
vears since there was a silver wedding
in 1 1 il. The happy couple bill fair to
enjoy many years yet.
the engine euiploytd by J. it. Wilson
to take bis heavy wagons wild freight
up the volcano mad seems to be work-
! Ing all right and does not seem to have
frieblelled nnv hofs'-H as so nitillV felled
pec I . . . ,
i it w uild. It is certainly a great, un-
iiii-nt over horses Of mules.
Professor kdetstein will give a con
cert on the 4th inst . assisted by Mrs. J.
Lewis, soprano: Miss Lottgher, soprano:
Miss Grace Porter, pianist) Mr. F. M.
Wakefield, baritone: Mr. 1 lute henson,
MOOri Dr. It. It. Williams, violinist.
The new Postoilice clerk. Mr. I-utlon,
is quite an improverne lit on the former
cleik, and lie is appreciated, as he is a
Arrived ut llilo July :ilst : Hark An
nie Johnson, 18 day- from Sun forfeit
cisco, w ith a cargo of general merchan
dise; pussengers Citptuin Williams,
U.S.A.) T. M. Harrison, T. K. Grin
del, it. J. Qreene, Miss flchoen.
a it. j. ,
A-s MRS Till
Oi l l F.
I o-li A V.
hi. i redsntlets tin- Wu Temperer)
Pcrmlsslee to Act- Minister wmir
M-aiday last British Minister Wode-
houss transmitted letter to the Gov
en in- m regarding the circumstances of
the Appearance uf the new British
Ojmmlssionsr in this country, with the
object of arranging to establish that
gentleman In office to-day, The letter
was accompanied by a copy of a tch -gram
from 1. on. bin stilting that tic
fid ntials of Captain A. (1. S. Iluwcs
MA III SI Mills.
The Itithet is now at the railway
The James Mak lid not yet away
The Alexandra is tied upnt the lake
The James M.-lkee will leave at 4
o'clock this afternoon.
The W. (i. Hall, BimerSon, arrived
al BjgO Tuesday afternoon.
The Philadelplna will remain In pofl
until the Charleston (.rrives.
The Champion w ill not leave until the
the Hyacinth reaches Honolulu.
The Charleston is daily expected by
some, but will probably not arrive until
Saturday or Sunday.
The Australia will bring the next mail
i in i be capacity of lommlseioner from the cast, and win earn the next.
an i consul (iciierai at the HswalfaM I leaving here August ISUi,
Islands had been forwnrded hv mail to j si
him here. PAMMMMUW,
Th iiiimunicatiou was therefore in
tie i .cute of a tsMitioti, and asks for
HAWAIIAN S T A R,
IH'SIN'KSS DIRBCTt iRV
ALUM HUTCH INBOH
h HlUVAKII lll'K IP'UI K
m Merchant SI
PACIFIC IIAIlliWAHF. CO.
Armory Co. A, First
RsgtBSM, N. 't. H.
Company Order No. Si
All members of this Company
are hereby ordered to renrt at
Drill Shed Thursday, August 9th, at
in., for Hattnlion Drill.
CAPT, P. SMITH,
Commanding Co. A. N. (I. H.
Port re, MyHic Lutl$: K. Of P.
ATTORNEY'S Al I. AW.
U . i PARKE
WILLIAM Fi ISTF.H
214 Ksrebaat st.
l.i Kaakuesantie st.
II Kaahumamra st
At the regular convintionof Mystic
Lodge No. J, K. of P. this evening, the
It. ink of Ksquire w ill be conferred, to
which all Knights are cordially invited.
Per order of the ( . ( 1
J. ECK A RUT,
HQ II K. K. ft S.
IS Kim; SI
LUNGS FROM COUliT.
find an oilicer. When 1
in Mr. Fcutherstonc was
against the door, knife in
SKVKItAI. MATTMM DISPOSED oi
HV .H'DOF. WIIIT1MI.
Chinese enteneed Order fur Aeeoeal inn
In Hfiwler'H Suit I ntel-lnt-iltiiry
In the Circuit Court this morning Ah
Tack and Tin Tian, assault, were sen
tenced to pay a line of gM each and
cost-. I. u Cbopg and Tin Tui. accom
plices in the cause, went out on n nol
Ill the same court Ah Hoi was sen
tenced to pay u fine of 1"0 und costs.
Chan Wii Hong was, by the prose
cution, released from the charge of
opium sell 4 and pleaded guilty to
havlnsoDlum in his possession, when
I the court eentenoed him to thirty days
imprisonment and to pay a line of g'iU.
In the equity suit of John Howler 1 .
Macfarlaue, A. P. Peterson and 10. C.
McFadan, defendanta in said
I cause have tiled an answ er to
I plaintiff's hill of complaint.
'The answer makes it appear that the
defendeanta expended from 7no to tni 0
i for the use and bcnclit of the parti, cr-
. ship between plaintiff and defendants.
They therefore petition the ( ourt to
Order an accounting and also such
other and general relief sis to equily
may seem meet. In compliance there
with it bus Dlaaaed the Court to order
Sut unlay i .. , Ijika nUno with.
in fifteen days from this date. Charles
1-'. Peieraon is appointed muster in the
in the case of Qackfold vs. Brewer
Cup :u Iluwcs the privilege of entering
ttpoti his duties us Acting Commissioner
until such time us the proH-r papers
mu i ime to bund. This privilege the
Government readily granted, and Com
nlssioner Hawes today aseumed the
flut - (ormerly devolving upon Mr.
I p to the hour of going to press the
m . Commissioner has not officially
called upon the President, and as the
i itter is ut Pearl Harbor to-day a formal
C ill will not be made until to morrow.
Tin: IIHlTlaH i om M Issionkk
Admiral WaUcav aad Oaytaln Barkes
( nit i i mm.
Admiral Walker and Secretary, Cap
tain Barker and Lieutenant Staunton
returned the official cull of the new
British Commissioner of yesterduy, ut
10 o'clock this morning. They lirst
t ided upon ex-.Minister Wodcliouse to
iiid him "farewell" on bis retirement
Iron office, but that gentleman wus
away Pom the legation, They next
drove to the Hotel ami were re. eived by
Acting Commissioner A. n. s. Hnwee,
The party returned to the flagship at II
W (i Hall. Aug T Hon W o Smith. 8
H Rose and wife, Master Sam Rose, W
w Hall, Mr- H W Greenwell, Miss 0
Ureenwell. W E Wall, F s Dodge, Dr
Lindsay. W a Wail, j j Rice and wit,-.
Mrs Jackson, Mis Jackson, 1' A Dies
land wdfe, MC Hops, Misses BhultB(8),
II Haiti, Miss Jennie Hates. Mis Mury
Kahinipo. Ed DoWBett, Sherilf S F
' niiiincsiMiriii, ami m on oecx.
A 11 II IV A l.s.
Tt'Ksnw. Aug 7.
Btmr 1 1 Hall, Siinerson. from Maui
Btmr KatUn, Thompson, from Waiu
nae und way ports.
Tt kshav. Aug
lies Mukee, Peterson.
CAKKIAOK MANUPAL1 UKKHS.
Fort St. , opposite i 'bib Btablea
Decker ft CO., dyerS and cleaners,
removed their office from 111 King
MISS M. MI D IIF.I.I.
Fort and Deretnnla st
Miss o It atUCBNWBLL,
Ml Foil st
FUNiruKK anu UPHOLSmnfeRS.
ORDWAV A I'oltTEH
street to the store of A. F. Medeiros iV
I'".. Arlington Hlock. Hotel -treet.
when all parcel- tou be left.
.1 IIOPP A. CO.
Ilol. l St
.4 Kiiin St
.1 W, MCDONALD,
Kort st , opptxlta PuUmob Btabtaa
hi t lot h ! ' .ii.it i l h fifl. tin
Pi iititltiM n.Lrlor. ilitiiiltiix riMtm. ftin-e
D?a (tut-, Imlli n t it b T it 1 1 l COM ntei,
?(r, tiit t nint i m i im . lifMW.. rlC,
Th inMain w t-n IhI out In fruit iM
Vnt H" Ht 'iiHi. Mldrvw A. H., ihli nni .
Flkl- AND MAHIN1-
London iiti'l iltU'
re ALANi BOAT CLUB
PROjKCTatl IIFI'AUTI KF.H.
IreSgard, for San Francisco
Sch s x Custie. for Sun Francisco
Ana I ".
Ilk Albert, for San Francisco Aug is.
CASTLE A COOKE
New BngknH Hntoal
.1. E. HOMES
en Fort si
PHYSICIANS AND SUKOKON3
All members hi I .tan dine of the
Healnnl Boat Club are requeeted to bi
preeent at the sdjonrnea epecinl meeting
to be In-Ill on Thin.. I, , evening, Aucust
lltb. s p. in,, at tin- Hawaiian Hotel.
for the purpose of revising the constitu
tion and electing a new Bonrdof Han.
agi on nt. Per order,
i. E. IIOAUD.MAN.
i .l. i n iiiiik. President.
Anting s.-, rotary. 4iu-:it
IMPORTS AM OWNSIOMRRS.
BxcslstoTi Niiiiiiiiii St.
sugar and ','!( MF.KCH AN"I
NRWB IN A NDT8UKLL.
I at al.. .In, Ice ('. inner has issued ail ill-
''lining 1 terlocuiorv decree in carrying out the
band. I " u.i.
I ' - iier s o icaciico .inn n u.
and Mrs. Featherstone was holding bis! Pearl City
(iiles w ill be there too !
. I. lines Hay Wode iouse, Hrilish Minis
ter Resident, has retired.
The Registration list had reached a
total of 7'J0 up to noon to-duy.
Ride a Kamhlcr and keep in front.
The Bohulien Rlub calls an important
business nice ing for Friday night.
The Government band will play at the
bicycle meet next Saturday; the riders
w ill do the rest.
Companies A ami D, N, G. 11., will
have battalion drill at the armory
rhursday e ening.
'lb.- band will afford music to the ail
ing at the Queen's Hospital Ibis after
noon from :! to .1 o'clock.
SI. s. Levy haa opened out a neat store
of dry goods, etc., in the house Intel)
occupied by Messrs. Benson, Smith ft Co,
Tin' best weekly newspaper published
in the Republic la the Hawaiian Bran.
K'.cp oiir friends abroad sisted. Send
them s copy.
! Bl W ti Hall 4000 bags sugar. 100 PACIFIC
bags eeed cane, 5 bags cnlTee, 87 bain
lawa, head cattle, 68 bdls hides, 60 EMPIRE,
VKssKl.s IN PORT.
S S I'liiliidelpliiti, Hiirker. Callao,
II B M sctiiiinpioii. Bustaos Rooke, iTIetorla.
Ilktne S N Castle. San Friun i- n
Am bktn ft 11 Dimond, San Fran
Hk AlU-rt, (Irilllths. Sun Francisco,
Bktns trmgard, Bchmldt, Ban Franclaoo.
Bars K I' Kithet, Morrison, San Francisco,
Mr bk Alexandra, BarlleRI NewoaaUe,
Am bk Ainv Turner. New- York
COM MEKCI AL
ROW AT, i. V.
s. .1. shaw. Proprietor)
B. f Wniter-, jfsnsgei
E. N. lbspia. Miiiuiger.
it. Hum kins, Managsr.
It, Klelllllle, Munuger.
Jim la-Id, Prop.
Infirmary 808 aungBt,
WA ICHMAKI KS
rC tRIOR VKsst l.s RXPRCTKOi
Sell Allen A, Sun Francisco, Due
Hktn Amelia, I't BamMe, Due 1 y
Hark Annie Johnson, S.UU Fran, illilo) Hue j
Selir Root Lewvrs, OFreySl Hurlmr line
Bk. Seata. LivcriH-ml, Due
l' s s i berlsBl Hers Island, Aug 17 .
like 1 Bryant, Kan Francisco, Aug 0 1
Bktne B O Wilder, Sea Finn. Aug 30 1
Hk li. N. WUeox. kUdoissborough, Ana l'.'.
Hk Routsnbsck, Liverpool, Nor 81
. , i-orner Me
lini Men limit St
hands. When I came in it w us nil over.
Mr. Featheretdne was then covered with i
To Feutherstoiic she stilted thai she
did not hear any altercation. She had j
never beard any bud quarrels between
husband and n ile.
Sf,Q. Zolen was then called. He
wus at the King street house, sitting on
the verandah and beard shouts uf "mur
der, help," The calls came from
Featherstoiic's room jus' below. I run
down and shoved the door open. Mrs.
Feathers tone was lying on the lloor and
I Feathers tone started upon me with the
knife. I then ran buck for help und met
I Johnston at the top of the stairs. We
then Came down together. Johnston
then ordered Fcathcrstone to throw
down the knife, which be did. Mr.
Fcutherstonc then run out, covered with
To Fcathcrstone he Hinted that he
thought defendant was going to kill bun
when he looked in,
Feutberstune then took the stand.
He smd on Thursday afternoon he met
a girl named Emily at the corner of
Queen and F'ort. She asked me down ,
to have a drink. Having had Home!
A SCKMR IN COURT
An interesting little episode took
place in the CircuitrOouvl this morning.
Ti c case of the Pro isionii l Go v rnuient
vs. Maximo da 1.. on, alias .1. Deliso, and
Qgronlmo Mosmooi burglary, was
called. ('. W. Ash ford, attorney lor the
defendants took the flour and read thol
following exceptions to the, proceed-1
Shaw and wife left to day lor
W bi le t hey Will spclul hollie-
t time enjoying the invigorating air of
The s. s. Gaelic brought to Hollister
, t'o. u large shipment of Manila sigare
from some of the most Celebrated fac
tories of that place, which they ore now
offering for sale, ither in bond 111- dull'
paid, at their store, corner of Fort and
Merchant streets. :ttl"-tf
i he ribid defendants
their ettni noy, and
of the jury herein,
lor their good. What WM done with I divine intuition, und are you going to
this aumt It waa put into construction I "'t wrong be there as so much
bonds of a plantation railroad rmnpany, letnunu rot, ami ciose your eyes 10 it,
from which no income has been derived ' nd pray, 'Thy kingdom come!'" I
and on Which, probably not u cent of ''" to confess to having at times ex
income will ever be paid I und the niun bihited home vehemence in denouncing
who wus responsible lor the loss to the I lottery and sorcery unu hulas, when
Queen 0 her intended benevolence, und 1 promoted by royalty. I hope it eras
to the seminary tor its fund, was one ofione with a little of the "vision" of
the mlaalonars who hurried , 1 wbich Dr. Parkhurst speaks. I MR glad
Wasblnston with the annexation I to be a faoatlo in auon a senea
treaty." (p. I2).
The tjuecn never gave any sum ol
that sort for the use uf thut scininnry.
No manager or agent of that school ever
invested any of its money in any railroad
or OOnstrUCtiOU bonds or stocks The
believe lo be w hat Mr. Palmer meuiiH.
Sc.kkno E. Uishop.
NKRTINQ OF WOMAN'S BOARD.
"Ami now comes
by c. w. Ashford,
object to the panel
on the gronndii
"First Thut the persona drawn to I
serve us jurors u t tbi court and term
I Were not selected from a list of persons
possessing the qnuliticutioiis of jurors
1 prescribed by the Constitution.
"Second That the persons draw n and
certified as such jury did not, ut the
date of their having been so drawn and
oertified, possess the qualifications oi
! jurors prescribed by the Constitution.
"Third That no panel of thirty six
jurors has been drawn, summoned,
qualified and accepted us by law pro-
talk with Captain Andrewa about drink , , ,
j ' , .. , I T ie court, however, overruled theie
cases and I thought it a good opportun- . ' . .
. , .C , . .i exceptions and the case began, Hut uf
ity to Hud out how the girl got the 1 . , " ,
,, , ! , , , i .i I sixteen jurors present only eleven were
drink. I was also churnied by the i J ' . ...
girl. We had three gins. Then she in
AililresH by Mm. Muxwell (in MtNNioll
ii.ni. iii iMUa.
whole story is a purely gratuitous In-1 The Woman's Hoard of Missions held
ventloOi whleb Oaptaln Paisser opened m monthly m catting Tuesday sfkerfloon
bis mouth wide and swallowed. ('; ll( , (lt. (Vntral Union Church. Then
Srhet value lire the investigalions and wu8 tt giaslly uttcinhince f Indies,
conclusions of such a correspondent? though niuny of the member; hip lire
Ofptaln Palmer treats with a fine I sbeent from the city tor tbsir ennsntcr
contempt all imputation, aguiiisi lue l vaeatlon.
Quean's nerional character, and all
charges against her of idolutruiis prue
tices. It is BnneeesMry here to discuss
those questions. They are unesseiitiul
to the Bialll issue. Bttt the value of his
opinion upon any such question of fact
mav is- Estimated by the
itilly above shown by
RUttteri pertaining to that lady. 1 : closer connection with it.
eunnoi refrain, however, from quoting, j Hurely has persuiiul duty for the sal
as hearing upon the probabilities in I vutinn of others liet-n presented so
such a eaiM', Uaptsia Palmer's nerRioogently and to persuaairely as in this
observation tp. , "It is inipoknible for narrative ol one gifted woman's per
Home Jof the beet of both sexes to B,IU experience.
reel lie the turpitude of certain idfences
againat moralUy." Watch the Ooppar Blmmer next Bat-
",.... .- i - lucking for an enumeration I iir lay.
The chief feature of the meeting wus
the address by Mrs. Muxwcll. On this
occasion, in her own choice and graphic
style, she gave some account of her own
life and labors in India. Nut connected
at llrst with mission work, the need of
extreme cred- work, the opportunity for it, mid
him in ull i. sneedy g I results, drew her into
sited me upstairs and 1 followed mi-
uwures. I sat and talked with her
about u dress nty Wife w-as muking for
her ami (hen left. Someone went and
told my w ife thut 1 hud heen seen going
in there with Kinily. So 1 said, "My
defer, 1 went In to have a drink." We
quarreled u little and I told her I
would go awuy by the Monowui, and
she said it was best for uie to go, so I
sold out to go. To cut the story short,
your honor, I would say that each day
I waited tor my w ife to conic home and
pleaded with her. I wrote a letter to
her on Saturday morning telling her l
wus sorry. I drunk sw ipes at Palaina
Saturday morning. To my w ife I cried
an I begged her lo forgive me, but she
turned to go awuy und said, "The worm
will turn," 1 gut hold of the knife und
she grabbed DAB, We then struggled
together. I telt it cut her and I drew it
buck gnd said, "MyGodl i have cut my
Wile." li anything different from thut
did occur 1 was not in my right mind.
The case is us 1 huvc stilted, so far a- 1
can remember. lb' then spoke SB if he
'cured little w hut Is came uf Lit., if il
was bis wile's punishment.
The Judge then committed the 0SSB
for triul before the i Lrcuil Court.
Mrs Fefetheretong was very pale and
weak when she appeared on the U Itni ss
stund against her hu.baiid in the distrii t
c mrt Tuesday. Her voice wus loan ly
above a w hisper,
Auotber smash in the record.-. (1 & J
tires did it.
salisfactorv to the .1. fendants and
twelfth man bud to be summoned, Mr.
(iray was put in to complete the jury
and the ease came up uguiu this afternoon.
Slier. ff Chilli igworth is again in tin
W. f, Allen left by the Mikuhula fol
Minister W. 0, Smith is back from
Mr. W. W. Hull returned from llilo
und w uy Tuesday,
Ed. DoWSetl come over on the Hall
T u eerie j afternoon.
Mi Qresn well returned from Hawaii
by the Hall Tuesday.
Id .bop and Mrs. Willis were passeii
gers fur Kauai yesterduy afternoon.
S. H. Rose and wife returned from all
enjoyable trip to Haw aii by the Hull.
F. 8. Dodge, W. K. Wall mid W. A
Wall returned home from Hawaii lues
I il afternoon.
William Harris and w ife, nee Dexter,
1 ft tor the Garden Isle l the Ulkahabi
p. A. Dias returned from Hawaii
yesterday, when' be has been for two
mouths. Mr. Dia- has been in Ill-health
since lust October, but returns from
Hawaii in excellent Condition.
Rich in MaUrTISl. rure in model, rfeOJ
ill spi ed Is the Uttmhlcl'.
itanibicis rarely require repairs,
J. M. Vivas has retired Ir-anall sdili
Cal organizations of the country of
which he was n member, except, possi
bly the Annexation i lull.
1 i . lodging house now being built on
tin- top of Helenkele is said to be the
Scheme of young Mr. Dickey. Mr. II. P.
Baldwin donated $inu to the object.
After IVnlhtTstoiie's shameful confes
si n in thc disliici court Tiic.-eiiiy lie at
tend d tokieehifl wife's hand Is fore re
taining lo wus his cell, but shurply
E. Kleiiinie. of the Merchant's E.X
change, and Wife will leave (orjthe
Cos i b tin- next Australia. Mr. Kh-ui-Bie
will return in live w-ei-ks. hut his
wite will remain in California and Ore
gon until sometime in September.
Pol fei- in.- SabeM Bass
The luau at Chief Justice Judd's Tues
dev afternoon, given in iiouor of the
boys recently returned from college,
was u delightful affair, The feust took
place under u pravllton in the rear law n
which wus appropriately graced with
American und llnwaiiau Hugs. Vhv
interesting feature ol all nidi programs
wus followed by speech-making, reading
and singing, after which the reception
BMI to u close.
Mrs. Kaknmane m..,i
The w ife of Sam KekumanO, a clerk
in the Postoilice, died about II o'clock
to-day from blood-poisoning. Though
she bad been sick lor ten days or more
death was wholly unexpected. Her
friends report that she wus considered
moOh better early this morning.
Salo of Government Lot No. 10
with two Stor, Wooden Build
ing. Fort Street, Esplanade,
On Tuesday. September II. ISM, at It
o'clock noon at the front entrant e of the
Executive Building w ill be sold at Pub
lic Auction the lease of Government
Lot No. 1.1 on Kort street. Esplanade,
Honolulu, Oahu, containing an area f
5(1011 square feet, together with the two
story wooden building u rani lot.
Perm) Lease for 8 years.
I'psit price. 1800,00 per annum paya
ble lemWanbually in advance.
J. a. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
August ti, IN'JI.
rt L a a
City . . .
Commodious is it I age ad Joining the
Afolig resilience on Nulla mi avenue.
MRS. a AlONO.
Dining (be febteni f MisS Rentier.
MissO IV GreeUWell hu luken charge
of the Dressmaking Department of J. J.
Bgan, SU Fort Si. HF-f
A New Fad
PfotttHM tiikfti in M;i-iiiprsnlf SlMCttflM
nt Rtduoed Rftt6f. Tb6 mmiU r of a
poifitQMOU nlrcaily nml for Bittinc
will ngCMwlfta your oUlipg mitl mak
tng an it j pottttlMlIt
J. J. WILLI A MS.
lift 41 102 Fort Si.
per bkt'n hmgard,
An opportunity lornl ijtesimbt ' "i-
tatfi'H al viry MMODAbtc r tiff. Il is a
perfW-t titalth ivr-ort, with a tUAgaffl
osnt rlew, und I ii ly 45 uiinntM oroui
Tht fitllou inir otHgM OB i'oinl
Dae, facing th trade windeara offered:
L'nclf Saint Villa. BtVnl V liln.
WatarbouM VUU Bweai Hon, Dimond
Villa himI AL.'hti VUla.
Thai oonvanlaniljf arrangad with
bath room i ate., and arc paitlf flniahod
oolnding wove, Witi ban utannia, ofock
ary wun'. aio(
unfnrnlabed ootlagi i in dtfferani
looaUona on tba Penlnauuis vis.: Doli
Villa. WaU rioo Place, Oleandei Place,
Vary apaoia rataa roc kranaportation
will ba made by the Railroad Company
t- nr tntna, onfiioolarn, atn apply U
JOHN W ISLAND
EXTRA PALE LAGER BEER
always on draught.
2 For 25 Cents.
(Cor. (t u.i' n uiii Nuu tini Htft. )
or ring r. telephonea No
I 1 i I I I l I ) f I 1 V O .
W. W. DIMOND,
Vm-liU tu Teurl Cliy,
The yueliiM Hawaii mil Honnie
Dundee went down to Pearl City ti
day. Prooidenl Hole wm in charge of
the Ronnie ami Minister Thurston or the
Hawaii, bob yacht took her burden
of excureionintN, going down to tie-
Penlnenla where tin- lav win be epent,
II. Ill-nun In Trouble.
IlougluH Itrown u up ill the Hixtriet
Court til ih noTDlng obBMSd with in
tending to eoiuuiit on offence with
violence easlnst tin' person ol w. 0,
King und Die nt ben of Kiim'H bunily
The eune wus ri inuiided until to-morrow
Kine WinSB and UqUOM, Freud
hv Kvery .Steamer, Ov.ter
tail a .Specialty.
L. H. DKK, - Proiiietor
ut J. T. Wats
t 'roekei i Store
All the Year Round
HSNRY DAVIS & CO.,
mm kokt tenun
Both l.l.phun. i, ijo. iiltv-tf
ih prepared to d all kind, of
ertwtio Hook, Job and News.
puper printing nt fair (SWOB
Hooka. I'auiplileta, I-Kal Paiem.
Hand Hal- Dodgers, Letter und
Hill II. in Is. BnebMNS and Visiting
tlarda, Ticket. Program., etc, . .
Soda Water Work
jo ii ok mi:
r . in i .
Vot particulars Baquin at
iiooni i ntiBV,
or lo II. V, MI44NOHAal.
Dr. H. W. HOWARD,
Sk i ialUt in diM'UMn of the
Kve, l-liii . Note and Throat,
HAS MOVKI) hi. lllee to I r.
0, H- Wood's, on Hi-retnuia .1.
Hour., in to I',' a. 111. and '.I to
4 0, in. Telephone.. 11,11 146.
Mutual lil'.'. Beeidonos inauku
ride of Kin), st . Utivien I'ukoi
and Ksefeunoku t. Hour..
6:110 to 7::H. Mutual telephone
II ur.se s for Stile.
The eelebrated troltlUJ home Captain
1 Kruy wuidle mure itlao brokeu to
I hay .addle mare.
i heavy dres bona, Applv to
Bd. A. Witltams, MB und Oil King St.
$25 per day.
I unci- hail a u In. el
Sunn- sucker stole il
1 want it liack aaiu; will pay
(95.OO reward lor iiiluriualiuu lead
ing to its recovery
Keep your eye open anil allevi
j ate the sulferinj;s ol" a fellow
Walking is pretty tough this hot
weather My pet wheel was a
N'.i 9 Rambler, copper rims, t'.. &
J. tires, tout brake, 68 BJCajr, weight
gs llis., ill on including tools and
1 1.0. .
in; King street.
The R nit let Agency.