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THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 18D3.
Boforo discussing tho Jnpnnoso ro
quost for tho franoliiso, tho nniioxa
tioa organs might find it prolitablo
to intorviow somo prominent lnein
bors of thoir own party. It is no
soorot that tho roal missionarios,
apart from party classification in tho
vulgar sonso, haoboou quietly push
ing tho cause of tho franchise) for
both Chinese and Japanese in this
country. One of thoso religious
leaders, who is now propagating an
nexation sontimont in tho United
States, was enthusiastic and out
spoken in bohalf of Asiatic suffrage
in this country.
thoir positions aftor thoy had uttorly
disgraced their badges Thoy wore
certainly not discharged oponly for
tho vilo offenso of which thoir super
iors woro mado cognizant in tho Dis
trict Court. It is astonishing that
in that Court tho olllcors woro not
summarily dismissed and their vic
tims, instead of having to appeal to
a higher court, discharged, Thoro
has novor boon a poriod whon police
station affairs woid" moro odorous
with scandal and crhno than during
tho rule of tho Provisional Govern
ment. And, judging by the fact
that tho Attornoy-Gonoral has al
ready been granted $10,000 above
tho appropriation of the Legislature,
for "incidentals and ciil and crimi
nal expenses," this is proving a most
expensive regime also lo tho tax
payers. It is no wonder if Marshal
Hitchcock has grown sick and tired
of tho whole establishment.
HE GOT MANY MEALS.
What tho Star wants, it now ap
pears, is a grand jury on "a now
plan." It is impossible, therefore,
for us to continue tho discussion un
til at least tho outlines of tho now
plan aro divulged. Thoro doos not
safem, howovor, to bo a surplus of
material available now for petit
juries, since tho panel has boon con
siderably onlargod without reduc
tion in tho exempt list. With the
Star advocating a grand jury, and
the Advertiser tho abolition of trial
How a Jailbird Worked Annexation
for His Stomach.
Tho presence of Puahala, an
jailbird in a prisoner's garb, as gen-
oral workman m tho vacant lot below
the Post Otiico, recalls a story of
how he worked a game on tho annex
ationists whon he was a froo man.
Puahala was convicted of extortion
and sontouccd to imprisonment. Ho
served his sentence and early ono
Monday morning was sot at liberty.
Ho mado straight for the Annexation
Uluu quarters aim signed tue roll
Mar'insville, N.J., Methodist Par
sonae. " My acquaintance with
your tcmcily, RosHico's (icrman
Syrup, was made about fourteen
years ago, when I con tnii'ted n Cold
which resulted tu n Hoarseness nud
Cough which disabled me from
lilling my pulpit tor a number of
Sablulhs. After tiyinjr a Physician,
without obtaining relief I cannot
ay now wh.it remedy be prescribed
I saw the advertisement of your
remedy and obtained a bottle. I
received such quick and permanent
help from it that whenever we have
had Tin oat or Bronchial troubles
.incc in our family, Boschee's Ger
man Syrup has been our favorite
j remedy and always with favorable
results. I have never hesitated to
i report my experience of its use to
1 others when I have found them
troubled in like manner." Ruv.
1 t XT It ifininw
, AM.. .v. . ,
Df the Newark, New y Safo
Jersey, M.K. Confer-
;nce, Apiil25, 'go. Romody.
CO. GHEE!. Sole Mun'fr.Woodbury.N.I.
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L!ft
k ;.,-,. tt.'o ni,i; .:u i,. nt r, I Donning tho ribbon ho marched
7J J. ",.', TT .",.'. down Fort sti
hao its faith shaken in tho inspira
tion of the Government press,
Another ilatfooted violation of tho
Constitution, where it is not in con
flict with the Proclamation, hat.
been committed by tho Government
in tho appointment of Mr. J. II.
Waipuilaui as a District Magistrate.
Having been a member of the last
Legislature, ho was constitutionally
ineligible for auy public office out
side of the Cabiuot. It makes the
matter worse that the appointmont
has boon mado clearly as a .reward
for political services in voting out
Ministry aftor Ministry until ono ol
tho "family compact" could be in
stalled. All principle seems to have
been flung to the winds by our pre
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
Fine Violin & Music
&t root. He hnd come out
of prison and his craftiness con
ceived an idea for getting a meal.
Puaualaslopped a gentleman (white)
and pointing to tho ribbon asked
him it he was an annexationist. Re
ceiving an answer in tho atlirmativo
Puahala asked for a half dollar,
which was handed him. Ho per
formed this twieo that day, and con
tinued it durintr the week, rakiiiL' in
AW.S! .$" ?ln" Instrumental & Vocal Music
Willow Furniture, Book Shelf, etc. AUo
General Assortment of Merchandise
1 am Instructed by Mil. .1. W. YARNDLEY
to dispose of at Public Auction
AT &ir SALBSROOM
On SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
1 FINE VIOLIN,
AND A QUANTITY OP
of tho badire, to lio rij?ht royally.
Finally ho rau across a snag a man
who knew tho convict's record gen
tly told him that if ho didn't stop
his practice, he would bo handed
over to tho police. Puahala walked
around the corner and unpinning
tho annexation ribbon threw it away
with a gruut of disgust. Shortly
aftor he was arrested and is starving
MUSIC HATH CHARMS.
Clement Scott, a special writer
and musical critic for the Illustrated
London Nous, gives a humorous,
reminisconee of the late U. S. S.
Boston's revolution hero, in an arti
cle republished in this issue. His;
refereuco to our band, using it to
illustrate bis plea for music in tho
London parks, will remind our read
ers of tho fact that "music for tho
masses" was one of tho many benign
features of the monarchy here.
Thero is no saying how much of itb
peace-loving and peace-observiug
character this much-mixed commu-'
nity owes to tho influence of thu
regular band concerts in the public
squares. That character has proved
superior to revolutions and plots
without number in the past ten
years, and who can say that this is
not largely due to the sympathy
created between the varied classes
Progress on the Foreign Jury Crimi
Ti"wis T. Levey,
-VTOTK'i: 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XN in accordance with the law in such
I cafe made and provided, 1 will causo to oo
sold the Household Furniture, etc., of Jla-
I kolo taken by me in distraining for rent,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
70M5t . M. CAVALHO.
and nationalities by habitual elbow- ' building was landed safely from the
ing of each other at band concerts? ,
If Cooper and his crowd had abol
ished the band with other appur
tenances of tho monarchy, tho Em-meluth-Mondouca
Senate, it is safe
to say, would not bo astonishing tho
world with its marvelous law-making
to-day. And if Bandmaster
Borger had boon seated on tho
throne instead of Judge Dole, Min
ister Blount might have been able
Boforo J ud"e Whiting at Circuit,
Court term, the following cases camo i l Singer Sewing Muchine, 1 Guitar, 1
up to-day Clock, 1 Post UedsUMd, '2 Muttras-eb, Mir-
Piovisional Government vs. Pow i ner """. s'""lry u Clothing,
Gim alias Pun Chan. Perjury. At "'
foreign jury returned a verdict of ! BMdale will take, pluco at the Auction
nnt fViiiliv Wililnr fnr nnisoniii inn ' 'alonrooius of Lewis J. Levey, corner of
not iiill. viiuer lor prosecution, Kort and Queen streets,
Oreighton for defendant. I
Proisional Government vs. Ah On SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
i u. uuiiiHiiu JussussiiMi in opium.
Deputy Attorney-General Wilder for '
prosecution; Croighton for defend- I
ant. Tried by a foreign jury, who '
retired to consider verdict at 3:10, i
and ton minutes later returned a ver- I
diet of not guilty.
Provisional Government vs. Lam i
Kow. Selling liquor without license. -.TnTIfMi. , HintritY oivr that
Wilder for prosecution; Davidson Nir! accordance ukKllawV "ueb
for defendant. Jury sworn at 3:15. case made and provided. I will cau-e to be
torn tne Moubeuoiu furniture, etc., oi
GREAT FALL IN GLASS: "?" " l?., a.Ken ," ln ulslral-
111(3 IUI Adl IV ItlVt
1 4-Post Bedstead, 1 Mattrass, 2 Chairs, 1
Rocker, 1 Bureau, 2 Pillows and Round
Bald sale will tike place at tho Auction
Sales Rooms of Lewis J. Levey, corner of
fort and Queen btrcets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 26,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
701-lut JACINTH RAFAEL.
Largest Window Pano Ever Import
ed Hero Collapses.
Tho monster plate class for the
front window of the Safe Deposit
barkeutino Hilo and stored until this
morning, when a gang of workmen
under supervision of J. W. Gibbs,
paintor, carried it upright along
Fort street to the building. Thoy
carried the precious article carefully
and safely into tho building, but as
thoy were laying it Hat, previous to
raising it into position, the plate
broke in tho middle. At tho same
timo the men let go both onds and
tho glass went crash on tho floor,
breaking into a thousand pieces.
riio noiso made by tho fall sounded
to report a happy commonwealth, t like the report of a cannon, and tho
wanting neither annexation nor
SCANDAL IN THE STATION.
Notwithstanding tho furious out
cry for having tho police depart
ment "cleaned out," when Marshal
Wilson was in oflice, it appears that
about all the ollicers of proved inte
grity and oflieioncy now on tho foico
aro lemanonts of Wilson's regime.
At tho opening of tho Circuit Court
term, it will bo remembered, Mr.
Peterson, counsel for two young
Hawaiian women chargod with keep
ing a disorderly house, objected to
storekeopors in the vicinity ran out
to see what the matter was. The
accident is attributed to the absence
of men, who should havo been sup
porting the glass in the middle, as
the plate was thin. It was tho
largest shoot of plate glass ever im
ported here, its dimensions having
been lift. 34iu.x7ft. 9in. and a
quarter of an inch in thickness. It
was valued at .?lf0.
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures, its proprietors make no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements '
from thousands of reliable people of
what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done
for them, couclusivolv urovo tho faei i
accepting a nolle prosequi on behalf Hood's Sarsaparilla Cm os. j
of his clients. Ho wanted to havo
the doings of tho polico in ellecting
tho arrest of the women exposed in
AUGUST 19, 1893,
.A.T T'tSO O'CLOCK
For the BencOt of Placing Electric
Lights to the Church.
Saturday, Aug. 13, 1893.
When the grandfathers and
grandmotlicrs of to-day were
boys and girls their chief de
light on baking days was to
sit around and watch their
mothers beating eggs for the
cookies and watching an op
portunity tofget a finger in the
custard. vm ordinary fork
was good enough in those days
for use as an egg beater, time
was not so valuable nor were
cooks so expensive; patent
egg beaters were not so com
mon as they are to day nor
were the people of forty or
fifty years ago so apt in grasp
incr labor savinp- ideas. But
time brings many changes even
to egg beaters and one .of the
best is the "Keystone." Sim
ply break the eggs in the glass
qontainer, put the lid on and
turn the crank for a minute or
two and you have a mass of
eggs beaten lighter than air.
A child can do it as well as a
Lime and Lemon Squeezers
are used every day and it's a
pretty good scheme to get a
good one so as to catch all the
juice. There are wooden ones,
solid metal ones and combina
tion metal and porcelain. For
every day family use the latter
is decidedly the most econo
mical because you get the juice
without having the bother of
'picking out the seed. They're
a little more expensive than
the ordinary sort but they are
In a fruit country like Ha
waii an article much called for
is a Glass Jelly Jar. We've
sold hundreds of dozens dur
ing the present season, sold all
we had in fact and had to dis
appoint many of our customers
who wanted to put up a little
more fruit. We have enough
in stock now to carry us over
until the next regular season.
If you want a dozen or ten
dozen telephone and we will
be pleased to send them to
In renewing our stock of
Silver Plated Ware we select
ed some handsome Tilting Ice
Pitchers suitable for wedding
gifts. The designs are new
no two alike and decidedly
the handsomest we have had
' the pleasure 'of offering you.
Silver Match Boxes are an
other inexpensive article for a
gift to a gentleman and we
think we have some very pretty
ones. And for the accommo
dation of ladies who do not
care to buy a full silver tea
service we have imported a
few Single Tea Pots to sell
We mentioned a few weeks
ago the expected arrival of
some "Multum in Parvo" Char
coal Irons. They arrived by the
"Australia" and ladies who
wish to have their pillow shams
or skirts fluted can do it at
home with one of these irons.
They are 'an admirable and
simple combination of iron and
fluter combined and sell at a
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
GASH Is tho bus!"" of our buslnes1". For
Cn'h'you can nlwnjs get eood bnrcnlns.
All our Goods nro Marked In l'lain Fluurcs:
the rlchost nmn nml the poorest child cntu
ion iiio jiriccs oi woods in our store, Every
stcamor keoni our stock r)rojerly ns-sortcu.
Fashionable .', Society.. Writing.. Papers,
Kabors, DIxons and evory other kind of
Pencil nt 10ci por Dozen up.
School Supplies !
CROQUET SETS & 0T1IEU GAMES.
The only Storo which keeps n Full-assorted
Stock of TENNIS GOODS nt
SOLE AGENT FOIt
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Corner Fort &s Koto! StT'eolB.
I AM NOW OFFERING AT
A FULL LINE OF
The Star that Leads them All.
SOLE AGENT FOR
The Cook of the Walk.
SOLE AGENT FOR
Pan-American Sewing Machines!
Hand Machines $12 with Cover.
Stand Machines from $25 Up.
$2.f 0 extra is charged for packing and shin
ing Stand Machines to tho other Islands.
A PERFECT STOCK OF
Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Is always kept on hand in either Steel,
Nickel, Shell or Gold Frames. No
chnrgo for testing ejes and
A Well-assorted Stock of NOVELS always
on hand. A Neat Assortment of
Bound & Children's Books !
At Publishers' Prices. No need to
send away for books.
MUSIC ORDERED BY EYERY STEAMER.
Of the Best Gorman, Spanish and American
Makes on hand from $1.00 up.
Just received the BEST GUITAR ever
o lib red the public
Genuine v Spanish v Make
Unequalled in Tone only $7.50.
Banjos, Tamborlnes, Harmonicas, Bones, Etc.
SEND US YOUR ORDERS-Wl
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at G5c. Piece.
ScotchZephyrsvS Dress Ginghams
EE . J! xi -Ere. JLjrl CZ2 JbzE ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Royal Hawaiian Opera House.
L. J. Lhvnv Lessee.
Ota , Manager.
A SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
WILL UK Pnit8ENTED BY A
First Class Troupe of Actors.
open court. Howevor, ho roluuted
on learning tliu Court's disinclina
tion to havo tho unsavoiy caso tried,
and on hearing from tho Attorney -General
in court that the oflicorb
implicated in tho scandal had boon
discharged. Thus thu public) expo
sure of one of tho most disroputahlo
npiKodes in tho annals of the polity
force was avoided. Although thu
oliicors had been discharged, though,
it wat not on account of their din
graceful conduct on tho occasion in
quostion. Ono was allowed to rot ire
in poaco thiough roaignation, giving1
as his reason for leaving tho want of
harmony in tho force. Tho othei
was, as ho said himself, only "sun
pondod" ponding investigation of u
serious charge preferred againbt liin
by a Japanese Tho fact romaliif
that thoso men, thu first choice of
tho now regime, woro retained in
Hood's Tills act especially upon
the liver, rousing it from torpidity
to its natural duties, cure constipa
tion and assist digestion.
1 Overture Hauniiun Bund
4 ftlinriiu TTnl fnln X',...
s-Bohb . . . ' ' . '. .... Mr. c'ueiho very reasonable figure. We
A Treat For Musicians. j
Mr. Lovoj'h advertibomout in to
day's issuo announces to our musical
public an extraordinary and excep
tional chance for buying a choii'o
old violin and a lot of instrumental
and vocal niusio which is very valua
ble, and which will bo sold without
reserve on Saturday morning at 10
o'clock. Tho whole is now on view
1 at Mr. Levey's auction rooms.
U is but justice to Harrison's ad
ministration to say that tho hauling
don 11 of the American Hag from the i
headquarters of tho Provisional Gov
ernment in Honolulu was in strict,
accordance with the views of that :
administration as defined in its cor
respondence with Miuihtor Stovons. '
In attributing this action in Hono
lulu wholly to i'residout Cleveland
-Trio MUsI'aty, Mr. UnjK unci Mr.
fi Song . .. Mla-n Nolle
fl-Fluto Bole Mr. liursotti
7 Overture Hnwaiiun Hand
8-)uut Mrs. Pntj and Mi. Wakefield
U-Itei'itation . . Mr. Murphy
lO-hong . ..Mr. Hooth
11 Lclio 1'Iece Mr. Kt'iiterund Mr. Kupua
12-Clinrus Hul Mele Xoeau
Tickets to lie had at
News Co. and tho Drutf Stores.
T 3HC El
had a few of them some
months ago and the people
who bought them have ex
pressed themselves as being
If any of the readers of this
column happen to be ill
enough to require champagne
as a medicine it is cheaper for
them to use a Syphon and
take their doses moderately.
We have the Syphon.
Three thousand feet of Rub
ber Garden Hose came to us
on the "Australia."
FRIDAY, August 18, 1693.
"Tho Winterlleld, or Hunting the Crane."
8ATURDAY, August 19, 1893.
"The Death oi Harunaya the Great Hero."
MONDAY, August 21, 1893.
1 "The Cripple Katsngoro."
2 "The Forty-six Ronlns."
Japanese Music & Songs. Beautiful Costumes.
PRICES $1, 76c. and 50c.
AWDoors open at 7 o'clock, commence
7:30 o'elock. Tickets for sale at the door.
FINE GERMAN STEAMER
W. E. Ipland, Commander;
DUE HERE SHORTLY
Will be Despatched for the above Port on
Sept. Q, 1893,
We Guarantee Every Package
fiSf 'WE SE3ST3D OUT S
For further particulars recardlne
Parage and Freight, apply to
K. OQ-URA & CO.,
7f-td Hotel St., Robinson Block.
FOR BALE I
We have hist received, per our schooner
Liliu, from the South Sea,
16 Shells of a Hare Patten
And ranging from IK) to 400 lbs. in Weight.
Ileuutiful Ornaments for a Lawn.
FOR SALE IY
JOHN F. GOLBURN & CO.,
WK HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases !
160 JDoserL I
1920 Packages !
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SJJ?3 TPort f3t.Tt.. - - - TonoH-ilu., "EC. I.
ami liiu administration tliuJiuiro or-
stnutly tlioir duo, J'hiladcliiltia IUo
giuiH L'ivo Ilium uroilit uliluh
Palace Ice Creai Parlors
Arlington Illock, Hotel Street.
Icecream, Soda Water, Caudy, Elc. Hawaiiau Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoulte HitooUoU' lllook,
cmnnnn ntinnnr imp t. mp t
8 UOt I ' JllyJyjJljnJ tJ "
I MRS. ATWOOD,
Fort e troot.
FOR J3ALE !
South Sua Island Ikoanufa
BU1TAIH.E FOR l'LANTING.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
JOHN F. COLBURN &t CO.
I.OBT, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
A UI.AOK. BCOTOH CO!,.
JA. He Pun with White
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortli SO OexrtB.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Woi-th. 75 C3errts.
Ilrcuat. three month old
Finder will be regarded on
returning unlinul to
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.