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.4H HAWAII'S COMING RACE. - The annexation org&nelk-s, are very ranch worried over the Holoxba's assertion that the "Coming Bace' in these Inlands, is the element now called "Half whites or Half-castes," and both Star and Advertiser gladly seize the occasion to throw nind on the nnofiending element The slnrs heaped up by the foul minded and scurrilous sheets against Our Half-whites as a class or against some special in dividuals among them, are not worthy of any attention or re futation. Bnt it may be useful to show a discriminating public tho stolidity of the Stars as sertion that "The half castes will disappear altogetlior" "under tho predominance of Anglo Saxon, Latin or Teutonic strains," and that "there is ab solutely no future for them out sido of the Caucasian fellowship." In view of proving its rash assertions, tho Star only brings out triumphantly that tho Anglo-Saxon, Latin and Teutonic descendants already outnumber tho Hawaiian Half Castes, (pre vious to crowding them out), and forsooth, it proudly contrasts the total of Half Castes in last Census, U1S6, against tho total of Hawaiian born Foreigners 7495. But two points will suffice to knock the Star overhead: PlitST. Does tho Star know how these Hawaiian born Foreigners are distributed? Onlv 1G17 are Anglo Saxon and Teu o))tc, whilo 4117 are Portuguese, :1707 avo Asiatics, so that oven in this particular element there is little prospect of the Anglo Saxon and Teutomo absording the others let alouo tho Half Castes but on tho contrary thd formor might be squelched out by tbo Latin and Asiatic alone. Second. Does the Star ignor nntly or wilfully forget that our Half Castes nro a stable element tho only one indeed m this coun try born hero, to livo and dio here, having no other country to go to, whilo tho foreign elements are preeminently unstabio, and likely to dosert tho kingdom at tho first opportnuityl This is especially so with tho Asiatic and Portuguese Hawaiian born, these last already leaving, with their parents, at tho rate of about 500 a year. Consequently, the Half White element, formed ont of tho re maining aborigines whoso stock is yet far from being exhausted are bound to goon increasing, whilst tho opposing faction (in the Star's calculations) of Hawa iian born foreigners- will gradual ly disappear out of sight, or such individuals among them, who mav remain hero, -will melt into tho half white element, who is the one who really will absorb all others, s correctly predicted by Judge Pornander. There can bo. no doubt about this, because the past growth of our half white Hawaiians has been- truly wonderful. In 1S66, the Census only acknowledged 1640 of them; "in 1890, there were 6186 ad were reported as growing at the rate of nearly 0' per ceL jroes oae cesfeperiod to the next, which allows the surmise that, ii th xt oae5 (1S96), Utey will aot k over PJOOO, while ike Auafcr ioaa faetkm, who ekuNS the xifkt to "rule oermitf' iiete. wUi amount to less than the 1928 now all told less than 2J4 of the whole population, to which can be added only about SCO scions bom here I Moreover, take good notice, Mr. Star, that the lilliputian American faction is shown by the Censuses to bo steadily decreasing in number at the very time when the Half Castes whose death-knoll you so gratuitiously toll are increasing m geometrical proportion, and threaten to ascend to a hundred thousand in about 30 years from hence! This is how the Half Castes are going to "Vaxish"' Smith, poor boj you are no pro phet, and especially poor in statistics?! The next argument used by the Star to disparage the Half White HawaiianSj is that they hold only about $500,000 in the sugar industry, whilo the Amer icans hold ?21,700,6S9 f?), and the Hawaiian born Americans S4,40S,474 (??) Well! what abont that? and why now refer evory day to sugar as tho deus ex-ina-cbina of the Kingdom? The Star after trying to win the sugar industry in favor of its ridicnlons scheme of small (Amer ican) farmers, now evidently wants the public to believe that this industry is tho only source of wealth, the only thing repre senting money in these Islandsl If such is the case, and since the sugar industry is sure of being ruined by annexation, it is about time for tho Star to stop its howl ing campaign in favor of jingoism and suicidal annexation. But the shir if it is one growing out of tho apparent fact that our half w'aitea are not large investors in sugar, is sufficiently explained by the fact that the elotnent is so young, and has not had time to react against the "impoverish ment" inherited from their des poiled native ancestors. Ouly 293 individuals ont of the whole total of 6186, are over 45 years of a o, and tho now born babes of that element can hardly be ex pected to bring sugar shares out of their poor Hawaiian mother's womb, whilo tho American mis sionaries fucking up tho country for tho past 70 years, have had all the time necessary to invest into sugar, the produce of their pilferings over the poor unsophis ticated natives. Therefore, if it bo true that the Hawaiian born Americans do havo 4 or 5 mil lions in sugar, the Star ought not to boast about it, becauso it is on'ya further proof of theirshame as it is a well known fact, that all thoir fathers, without exception, came here with nnthingand lived on the friendship oiTthe natives. But the Star and Advertiser may rest assured that the Hawa iian half castes, the natural re presentatives politically and otherwise, and descendenfs and successors of tho Aborigines, will hold tho fore and eventually rule the country, despite all Smith's derogations; and when the time of making ami sqnar sing accoaats comes as it will sorely do some day between tho rightful desceadauW. of the des poiled natives and the reamauts of the greedy American mission ary aokers, the- balance will sot be ob the piratical side. Ge of the impoverished" Hao IVhiibs. Wham the oeirioh k captured, He kaoWh is mwfcap KeeM aaemy a. feetiier ' Is aobMjM aajH-Piwsfc. POSSIBLE RELIEF FOR TIIE MIOWERA- Parogen Irrire. The tug Fearless is likely to be sent down to Honolulu to wreck - the British steamer Miowera. The matter was under considera tion yesfearday, but it is pretty certain that assistance of some kind will be sent from this port Captain Dan Haskell of the Fearless refused to say anything about.the tug's prospective trip for which preparations are being made. However, there was tele, graphic cable correspondence yesterday between T. H. Walker, a member of tho firm that is agent for the steamer at Hono lulu and the owners in England. The advices cabled, it is under stood, were in favor of sending either one or two tugs from here to Honolulu. A definite answer is expected this morning. It may be possi ble that the tug Belief may nc company the Fearless. These two tugs, with their wrecking pumps and apparatus, it is be lieved would be able to save the Miowera. The tugs could easily make the trip from hero to Hor nolnlu in nine days. It would be a neat ocean race if both the Fearless and Belief should start out together. If the tug Fearless or any other wrecking vessels are sent Captain Haskell will go in command of tho expedition. He has a big reputation on this coast as a wrecker and success might be looked for iu. getting thoMionrera ofF the coral reef if he was in charge. To-day will likely tell the tale whether a steamer or tugs will bo sent from here to Honolulu. The shipwiecked cabin passen gers from the Miowera, who came up on the Australia, were landed by 8 o'clock yesterday morning. The' will take the steamor Queen, sailing on the 21st. for Vancouver, B. C. Most of them aro on tho way to England and have tickets by the Canadian. Pacific Bailwny. The steerage passengers, however, were de tained about two hours, owincr to the non-appearance of Immigra tion Commissioner Stradly. Tho morning was damp and the decks of the steamer wet. The stee rage passengers moved about, fretted and fumed at the delay in allowing them to go ashore. This is the third time since last Snudav noon that-.the now com missioner has been late in reach ing foreign steamers after their arrival. The customs officials yesterday afforded tho shipwrecked passe n geis every convenience to get their ki'eiP'S0 examined and showed them, every courtesy- The pas sengers speak well of the officers of both the Miowera and Austra lia, and "say they were well treated under all circumstances. The Canadian Pacific officials are looking after the passengers, having domiciled them at the Occidental Hotel nati! it is tiae forlhera to leave for Vancouver. Tf AH 4 Tlwt. Mrs. Brook. My ha&ABti keeps accoaut of every driak he take. 4 Mrs. JBaabt Awyoa Mtre? Mrs.: Bcook Ofc.J ye; tJ dear fe3)oir 'aajs.M 'wmr'-gikt 6m Uuitie, 4Mntitp:it,. dgwij C0M5TAJIT UXE IF SCHOOIESS Alff OmrlSJllj icrilL Owing to oar constantly increasing business nud thep great demand ol an appreciating commnnity, we hs,ve can cluded to oiler an opportunity to all parties'having capiiuL"" OnrLIKEof SCHOONEBS may be seen gliding nvc the BAR filled to their utmost carrying capscsiy .?iih clar. cool and invigorating 'S5rtrsl LAGEE BEER At the "Anchor Saloon." To accommodate onr Vast Fleet of Schooners, we hnvt built a fine large Befrigerator regardless of cost. Is the onlj- place where a Cool Glass of Frederieksbnr" Beer on draught can be had in Honolulu. Stop fnrwtfrct gentlemen, SNOW'S the Timo. oetOw .V Kind SagesUflH. 31rs. Dobsok I cau't. think what to give my husband" for a birthday present: Mrs. Parkeu I hoard Jiim saying the other day he'd like a little peace for a change. Truth, What we TJiink of UarseiTC. To see ourselves as other see us (Thought Bums) ice'd feel sur prise. I think Mey'd feel a greater shock. Who saw us through our eyes. I'uck' L. H. DEE, Jobber of and Beers HOTEL ST., Between Fort arid Botbe Streets. "WA.3STTJBD By a young intelligent German a situation, not afraid of hard work, low wages. Apply at tho Office. Oct. 20 lw Reward. A Postal Savings Bank Book No. 465 has been lost at my resi dence during this month." Who ever finds it and returns same ci my residence at Heeia. Koolan poko, Oahu, or at the law office of Jas. K. Kaulia, in Honolulu, will receive a reward. Mks. Mikala Kaulia. Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1893. oct231m "FAT BOY." BAY HORSE 3a SALOON I P. McIXERKV, rwsiEiOR, Fine Liquors, Wines and Ber. Corses Brnm. asd Hotel Sw. Thbo. P. Sstsj v. a. "K". X9tsnau HAWAIIAN GALLERY, 457 Nccixr Stexet, Husotrxr, (Oyij. Qea immi HaS). Views of tlie Island BriiatlitDUMH, CMMMt finw XfilmcL t mmm Ik ml a Wines, Spirits CHAS. tnFvDLBIL " Impoi-ter and ConintMon !Merchailfc SPECIALTIES: J. & CoaU' MachlBo.Tkwaa Jonas Brocks Machine Turwti BarboBr's linen Tliwad Pears Soap P. O. Box MS. Mn tnal Tt lejitot X . 13 Kaahnuiiuin Strwt. European Jeauranis, No. 500 I lute' Strict. Steak. Hrttn & Kggi f r '25 Xs Bonling $4.50 per wei'k. -JMenl T cktts 't.r $4:50. Pwl t'iree times a week, conkii g on fret c'ajis style. Mh t-t nli hours. CHOCK SING. oct26 1m Proj ri tjr. SANS SOUCI HOTEL WAIKIKI, HONOL0LL7. Fiist-Class Accommodation for Tourists and Island Guests. - Superior Bathing Facilities, Private Cotiages for Families T. A, SIMPSON', ocf 9 3fanager. - HO TEN KEE t CO,. Tinsmiths and dealers in Crock ery ware, Glassware, etc, . Water Pipes Laid and Repaired, No. 41 -Xanana St. between Kiag ainf Hotel Streets, . Asen Building. WING W0 TAI k Ce.. commission merchants:" (?'iVZ MERGITA 2TDISE Fine MsbiIa Ckrars. Chin6 ml JapajMee Crokry ware. Matt Ysm of all kunk, Gwiphonrooa Trmaki?, Batiaa Chairs, a Tia A2ssortJit ot Xrreeg bilks, Item. Bra68 of Chi&eee aad JapawM. Tms of Latest lisportatkHts. InpctkMi of New Good PctfalIy Solicited. 3TtBiTab38, F.O.BoxlaL i. i i 1M m r ft- ft- - - X ' ; - " - .H.r :'.Va'-''