Newspaper Page Text
The Life of the Land is Established 'in Righteousness. -HONOLULU, SEPT. 13. 1893 TO OUR READERS. Tho Hawaii HoLOraUA appears to-dity after two weeks suspension iii a Mr form. The Holomua Publishing Compant having be come proprietors of the paper have decided to issne an English daily pper to be published every after noon. This step has been taken uccording to the often expressed desires on the part of our patrons, and we hope it will bo satisfac tory to them. "Wo have noted with some amusement the haste and glee with which our alleged demise was hailed by the two nuuexation-tfrguns. The Editor of the morning paper has even brced up during the last week, and become quite fresh he needs salt while the dreary Star man. has some what prematurely rend his R. I. P. ovor our sup posed corpse. The Holomua is fitill to the fore,- and will remain there in spite of tho croaking of the would be official journals and th'eir handful of political supporters. theaffiirsof private individuals, no Hosanna sung over the mis fortunes of political enemies, and no scundal-mongering for the satisfaction of the male and female gossips so abundant in this Paradise of the Tacific. The Hawaii Holomua is pledged to support the rights and privileges of tho Hawaiian people, the interests of the laboring man and good and honest government for the whole country, and to the fulfilment of that pledge, we will devote all our efforts and all tho means at our disposition. the jne t lousaud (more or less) shots had been fired into the house where he was known to be The policemen must be well off indeed, even fr these bad times S'nce even $100 were not sufficient temptation. for any of them to go and take a look at the bud, bud corpse. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tho Star and the Advertiser have taken occasion to repeat tho lo invented some months ago for Klitical purposes by themselves, Hint Her Majesty the Queen has been supporting this journal or wis in any way financially inter ested in it. We fail to seo what possible benefit the annexation cause can gtin by-tho constant reiteration of this assertion which both the editors referred to know ivt bo a lie, but we shall confine ourselves to once more stamp tho statement of the two papers as utterly fxlso and untrue and posi tively declare that the Queen in no way over 1ms been or is inter ested in the Hawaii Holomua. Tho policy Holomua will the sumo lines been the case. :iid couductors of the Hawaii bo continued on as has heretofore The proprietors of this journal It is too b 'd abnit that ball at the Hawaii n Hotel to-morrow night, which is given as a fare well t the officers on the Boston, and as a welcome to the Phila delphia officers, aud which does not receive tho countenance of the annexation club aud of the Star ed.tor. Tue last named complains because the b-ill is to be given at tho Hotel, ai b aiding which lias h ro3alist flavor, and which is too small to hold the members of the club. The St r editor evidently intends to issue invit.tions for the ball to his chums in the club, and if the 2,000 Portuguese are included in th.t number, the Hotel will un doubtedly b- too small to hold them. But ' the leading annexa tionists" who prophecies th t the ball wili be a failure, because they "ain't going" should have kept still until the' received their invittions. It may sound unnatural to tlio editor of the Cl 1 . t i i . oiar ana tue leading annexa tionist?, but. it is yet a fact that a ball can be given and be great success, and that the officers on the Boston and Philadelphia may be able to meet all they care to meet of Honolulu society without a single member of the club or tho St r ed tor being present. It tn;iy seem iraposs ble to the great guns in tho club and brother Smith, "but thems are the facts." In the expedition to Ewa, the Foreign Office was represented by Mr. Hatch's Aidede camp Major Potter. His presence is accounted for by the possibility that diplomatic negotiations might have been necessitated be tween t'ie learned Attorney-General and the Leper, and tho Major could then have been used to carry the white flag or other wise exhibit his military and diplomatic proclivities. firmly believe in ho honor of the Uhitvd States, aud are convinced ' that tho groit wrong dono to Hawaii aud to tho Hawaiian peo ple in tho name of the Great Republic will be undoue, and tfaak all possible redress will bo made for tlio outrage committed by John L. Stevens tho man ch'osen in a moment evil to Ha waii aud fcu tho Unitod States to represent the America n adminis tration in Hawaii. That justico will be done t the Hawaiiaus wo have never doubted, and that IUj slf government deprived a fr-e people through the agency of United States troops and guns will be re-established, no man c ih refuse to believe who knows tlio character, the principles and tho high sense of honor of that trim American who tu-day by the will of the AuiPrictn people is placed at the head of tho United Suites' government. We had decided to throw a veil of oblivion over all the ebullutious which havo appeared in the annexation orcans for the last two weeks, and we were pre pared to ignore all the usual or unusual rot which the two editors hurrii d in during the suspension of our uaner, but when Mr. Jbhustono calls Editor Logan an "excuse for an editor," we must compliment him for speaking about what he knows for once. When Mr. Johnstone at one time was- tho editor of the Bulletin, Mr. Logan had constantly to be "an excuse" for him, and satisfy the clamor of the "devils" for copy by writiug the editorials himself. Tho reason why we toll it not in Gath. The Star contained a glorious description of tho fertility of the Puawaawaa land in Kona Hawaii the other day. and made the mouths of the "young men with savings" in Honolulu water by explaining the prospects of making a fortune by t iking, up homesteads in that God-forsaken district. It was quite interesting to read about the band of cattle which the Star-correspondent and other enthusiastic homestead boomers drove to the fertile plains of Pnuwaawaa ably assitst ed by Colonel the Hon. C. P. Iaukea homestead - promoter-in-chief of'the P. G. The Star for got though to tell its readers that the last heard from Puawaawaa about the baud of cattle was that the boys were busy skinning the horned cpxidrupeds everyone of them having died from disgust and despair by looking at the Star's fertile homesteads. The Colonel arrived in Honolulu with out beiug skinned. The P. M. S. S. China Arrives. Tho Hawaii Holomua will fear lessly handle the topics of inter est to the country and to tho p "Qple," andrwill nevor hesitate in tolUng th - troth, independently of who will got hurt, bt, thero will in thtrs&eoiumns be no prying into We would like to know where in the world a detachment of regular soldiers with a cannon is even nsed for the purpose of ar resting one (1) cr.minal. If the police force is unable to perform the simplest duties, generally at tached to such an organization, they j should be disbanded " and relegated to sell leis on Nuuanu Street among the other old women. A cent mporary states that $100 was offered as an indnce nintto fi id ont if the criminal in Ewa w-s really dead after The P. M. S. S. China, Captain Seabury, arrived this morning from Sun Francisco, which port she left on Monday, the 12th instant, at 3 o'clock p.m. She carries a large list of passengers for Yokohama and Honkong, aud is uiinble to take any passengers from this port. The Chinese ex Minister to Washington is return ing to China by her. Among the kamaainas returning to Honolulu wo notice Hen. Augnst Dreier, who has spent several months in Germany and tho United States. Mr. Dreier is looking unusually well, and has enjoyed his trip greatly. The China leaves this afternoon at 5 o'clock. The mail brought by the China contains little of int rest to Ha waii excotit the appointment of the successors to Minister Blount and Consul-General Severance Mr. Alberts. Willis of Kentucky has been selected to represent the United States in Hawaii while Mr. Ellis Mills who was here as secretary to Mr. Bloa it has been appointed Co. sul General. Both appointments will be hailed with great sat s faction in Honolulu, where Consul-General Mills has won many friends The new officials did not arrive b' the China, but may be expected by the next steamer from tho coast. Mr.. TIzzavona, the French Commissioner, cal!ed on board the Phil.delpLia this forenoon, and received the usual salute. THE NATIONAL BAND. We are authorized to state that the item in regard to a con templated tonr of the National Band to the United States which appeared in this morning's Ad vetiser is utterly false. The boys are going to remain right hero in Houolulu and have no intentions of blowing the horn for the bene fit of Mr. Thuston or the other annexationists. If satisfactory arrangements cm be made with acceptable parties, the band may decide to go to the Midwinter Fuir in California. A number of leers in the "Wainiha valley, on K.nai have surrendered to the authorities, and will be brought to Honolulu on the James Makee which has been chartered bv the ment to perform such service. covera- The trotting match between Lot Slocum and Gerster for a purse of $1,000 a side comes off next Saturd y at Kapiolani Park. It is understood that Mr. Hollin ger will have the use of Mr. Horner's pueumatic tire sulky while Lot Slocum wili go to a road cart The Supreme Court. The banco term of the Supremo Court opened this morning at 10 o'clock. The Aldrich bankruptcy cuse was argued and submitted. Mr. Hatch appeared for the creditors aud Mr. Peterson for Mr. Aldrich. The diffjreut cases of the Provisional Government vs. Sam Gee, Ah S iin and-Ah Faw are beiug argued by Deputy-Attorney General Wilder for tho prosecu tion, aud Mr. J. L. Kaulukou for defendants. manager of tho painful Mr. Abies, tho Ice Company met with accident yesterdav in that ho sprained his knee through a fall from an ice wagon. He will con sequently bo confined to his house for some time. Hon. W. H. Cornwell arrived by the Claud ine from Maui yesterd.iy. The Colonel intends to bring his family to town next week, where they will take up their residence permanently, occupying the beautiful house on the corner of iving and Piikoi Streets, which Mr. Cornwell pur chased from th estate- of tho lata Judge Preston. Wo are pleased to state that Dr. Foote is improving, and that there are good prospects that ho shortly will be fully restored to health and able to show his genial features around the town ag'iin. e HO YEN KEE & CO,, Tinsmiths and dealers in Crock ery ware, Glassware, etc. Water Pipes Laid and Repaired, FInnibing Neatly Executed. No. 41 Nuuanu ;St., between, lvmg and Hotel Streots, Asou Building. H. E. McINTYRE & BR0., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions & Feed EAST CORNER FORT & KING STS. New Goods received by every Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe. Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All Orders fiithfully attend -d to, and Goods delivered to any p rt f tho City Free of Ch rgo. Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box No. 145. Telephone No. 92. Holomua Publishing Co., PUBLISHERS OF THE HAWAII HOLOMUA," A. Journal issixed 3D ail (Sund y excepted) In the English language, and pledged in policy to support tho Rights jnd Pbevilkges of the . Hawaiian People, tho interests of ,the:iabonng men, and good and honest Govern ment 'for the wb;le country. JOB PRINTERS All Books and Job Printing neatly executed at short notice and at moderate figures. BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, CARDS, POSTERS, etc.,. Finished in First-Class style. Island Orders solicited and promptly attended to. OrricE : "Thomas' Block, King Street, HonoluluH. I.