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VOL. VI. NO. 844.
HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1893.
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tention. Business Cards.
LEWERS & COOKE,
llUPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER AND
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
GONSAIiVES & CO.,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
General Commission Agents.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Q. W. MACFABLANE & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchant!.
Kuahumanu Street, Honolulu.
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer and General Business Aoent.
itmnukona, Kohala, Hawaii.
WENNEB & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewklerr.
92 Fort Street, Honolulu.
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attornky and Counsellor . at Law.
,S s Temporary office with Mr. C. W. Ashford.
"iMercliaiit at., Honolulu, H. I.
MAIUIFAl'TURINH Jf.wki.er AND WaTI'H
ICukuI Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repuii-8.
Mclnerny Block, Fort Street.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
Thf) Only Collodion of Island VIaws.
Importur and Dkaler in
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Sboes
No. 103 Sort Street.
0, B. RIPLEY,
Complete plans and specifications for
every description of building. Contracts
drawn and careful superintendence of con
struction given when required. Call and
examine plans. New designs. Modern
Iiulldlugs. Olllcu; Bufe Deposit Ilulldlug
upstairs, Mutual Telephone 20S.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
fitKU KncII.NKX, Sl'OAIt MllIJi, llou.Kits,
Coill.tCllh. I HON, llltAHH, ANU ItKAII
Mauhluery of Kvury Dusciiptlou Made to
Order, I'urtlculur attention paid to Ships'
lUiwWsmltliliiK. Job Work itxeouted l
The undersigned having boon appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
FOR THE CELEBRATED
FIIOM THE WORKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for these Engines,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
received at these Islands, and we will have
pleasure in nirnisuing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Manila.
Between Alakea and Richards Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE
pared to make all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Bronze, Zinc, Tjn and Lead Cast
ings. Also a General Repair Shop for
Ulunin "Kn ! nnu IKna Afillu Pim Afllla
Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for thf Cleaning of Uoilee, Castor Oils,
Beans, Ramie, Sisal, Pineapple Leaves and
other Fibrous Plants and Paper Stock.
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Arrow Root, etc.
iIl orders promptly attended to
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
PALO ALTO STABLES,
3ao O'lParrell St.,
Two Blocks from Baldwin Hotel, S. P., Cal.
1BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO MY OLD
friends and patrons in the Islands that
I have purchased the above Stables and
intend to maintain its namesake "Second
to None" Istclass. Livery Outlits of every
description also on hand. For sale : Matched
Spans, Koad and Draft Horses guaranteed
as represented. Correspondence invited.
E. it. MILES,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tsa ELTidi OofTee
at au. nonns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON nAND.
H. J. ISTOIjTE. Prop.
CHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Hotary Pabllc for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
lulu, Oahu, '
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt &
Scott's Freight und Parcel Express.
Agent for the liurllugtou Houtu.
KUAI, KBTATE UKOKKU
AMD UKNEHAL AOKNT.
Hull 348- TELEPHONE Mutual 180
P. O. llox 116
3S Merchant St., - - Honolulu, 11. I.
A LL PARTIES DESIltlNQ TO 00 TO
IV. Wuiakeakuu Fulls in .Million valley
uru horcby requested to obtain a permis
sion from the uiidoridgneil, otherwise they
will bu prosecuted for trespass if found on
the premises without such permission.
JAB. 11. 110 1),
nt tho Iaw Ollico, Bupreinu Court Itulld-
Honolulu. Juno 17, 18W 7tf
Finr Job Printing ni h llutlftin Ojluv,
WE 6. IRWIN & CO.
OFFEH FOR SALE
ALEX. CR08S A SONS
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
We are also prepared "to take orders for
Messm N. Ocilcbxidlt 8a Oo.'b
Insuring prompt delivery.
0T This is a superior Paint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier it gives a splendid floor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Fans.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
G. 0. BERGER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Win. 6. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Trwin, -Glaus
W. M. Olflard,
President and Manager
- . . . Vice-President
Secretary and Treasurer
AGENTS OF TI1E
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FKAN01SCO, CAL.
G. BREWER & CO.
O. II, Robertson.
E. K. Ilishop. ...
W. I'. Allan.. .
, President mid Manager
, ,,, Secretary
Chns. M. Cooke...
B.C. Allen Directors
9 ,,,,, ..., I
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Hail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Eteel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Bteamstilp Conttmnv will
be due at Honolulu from Bydney and Auck-"
inna on or nuout
And will leave for the above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that date.
For Sydney and -Auckland :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
'Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
oe Que at Honolulu, irom can i rancisco,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the abov orts.
The undersigned aro now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
For further particulars reirardiiii:
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
1-91 General Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
. Oct. 14
From San Franc"i"co Froiii Sydfiey for
for Sydney. '
MARIPOSA, Oct. 20
MONOWAI, Nov. 23
MONOWAI, Oct. l'J
ALAMKDA Nov. 10
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 RING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- AND -
Or. J. Waller.
Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Arlington Block, - Hotel Street.
Ice Cream, Soda Water, Candy, Etc.
COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA
ALOHA BATH HOUSE
- - NEAREST TO TOWN , -
Good Accommodation for Bathers
Bell Telephone 157.
MRS. J. H. REIST, - - Proprietress
KING STREET HOUSE,
117 A 111) King St., cor. Alakea.
Comfortably Furnished Rooms
From $1.50 and Upwards Per Week.
Quiet Clean Rooms. Bath Up & Down Stairs,
A. MoDOWALL, - - - Proprietor.
4B Nuuanu Street.
KKKI'H LVAYH OK IIA.NII
A FINE STOCK OF CLOTHS
And Gives a Good Fit Every Time.
Clothes Altered to Butt Customers!
Clothes Cleanod and Dyed!
tmr PKIOKS THE LOWEST -tt
ItlllKCT IMI'OHTKII OK
ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL
No, b Knnliuiutinu utrcul.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
IN OONNBOTION WITH -
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
THE FAMOUS TOURIST ROUTE OF THE WORLD.
Tickets per jR
C. P. R. are W
STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTHLY.
THROUGH TICKETS Issued irom Honolulu to CANADA, UNITED STATES and
EUROPE, also to BRISBANE and SYDNEY.
For Brisbane and Sydney:
STKAMEHS SAIL 2Jii EACH MONTH.
Freight and Passenger Agents:
D. McNICOLL, Montreal, Canada.
ROBERT KERR, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. STERN, San FrancNco, Cal.
G. McL. BROWN, Vancouver, B. 0.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S.S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
Stnir "OCEANIC" Oct. 1(1, 1893
Stmr "CHINA"..., Nov. '27, lS'U
Stmr "OCEANIC" Dec. l!o, 18U.5
Stmr "CHINA" Feb. 6, 1 HIM
Stmr "OCEANIC" March 3, 1KM
Stmr "CHINA" April III, IbiM
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates:
Stmr "CHINA" Nov. (i, lH'U
Stmr "OCKiS NIC" Dec. 4. 18!H
w-vfJRtuir "CITY OF PUKING"
Jan. 3, 1SSII
Stmr "OCEANIC" Feb. 12, 1SSH
Stmr "CHINA" March 20, 18!U
Stmr "GAELIC" May 14, 11
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
HAMA. Cabin $150 00
Cabin, round trip 4
months 225 00
Cabin, round trip 12
months 202 50
European Steerage... t5 00
KOMi. $170 00
2112 50 i
Passeuuers uavini; full fare will be
allowed 10 percent oil return fare if leturn
iug w ithtn twelve months.
For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Aro you looking for a Safe
and Profitable Investinent at a
Small Annual Cost?
Then examine the New and
Novel Forms of Life Insurance
now offered by
BRUCE & A, J, CARTWRIGHT
Managers for Hawaiian Islands
"OF THE UNITED STATES.
HO YEN KEE & OO.,
No, 41 Nuuanu St. (A Bet. Hotel & King.
(Ml 1)1 m.i us in
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
YATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
r imuM iiubh
tW riumhliig Neatly Evieuted hy Ex
perienced Workmen, 10 Im
AT TIIK -
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
I Ailjolulni' .Morgan's Auullou Itooui
or t . inn u.v
First ClasB Shave or Hnir Cut
$10 S Less than U. S. Line
For Victoria and Vancouver B. C:
STEAMERS SAIL Oct. 2d, Nov. 1st, Doc.
id and Jan. 1, 18!U.
For Tickets and Oenerul Informa
tion apply to
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
Agents for the Jlnuniinn Inland.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
V. O. Wilder, l'res. S. 15. Rose, Sec.
Cait. J. A. Kijio, Port .Supt.
Will leave Honolulu at 1 1 m., touching at
Lahaiua, Muahiea Hay uiul MaLcnu the
same day; Mahukoun.'Kawnihac uul Ijiu
puhyehoe the following day, arriving al
Hilo at midnit;ht.
Tuesday Uct. 3
Friday Oct. HI
Iteturning leaves Hilo, touching ut Lau-
pahochoc same day, Kawaihue a. m.; Mn-
hukona 10 a. m. ; Makeim 4 p. m.; Maalaea
i Uay 0 p. si.; Lahaina s i-. m. the following
I day; arriving at Honolulu H a. m. Wulnes-
, days and Hatunia s.
AUUIVKS AT HONOLULU:
.. Oct. 21
! mjmr '" t1 i;i;;ni win im iciuivuti jutej
v,. l?.. ..!.. .. :n i..l ....i . f.
i noon on imj oi sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5
v. m., touching at Kahului, Hue
raumuu mm juimuum
Iteturning will arrive at Honolulu every
C9 No Freight w ill be received after
4 p. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings to
receive -their Freight, as we will not hold
ourselves responsible aftei such Freight
has been landed.
I While the Company will use due dill-
geuce in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assiimo any responsibility in case of the
loss of same.
The Company will not be responsible for
aioney or jewelry unless placed in tne care
W. S. LUCE,
Wine & Spirit Merchant
I'AJirnEi.L KiiiKiMtoor block,
Merchant St., : : Honolulu.
SOMETHING NEW !
"lh there an thing new under llio
You will ask jourelf that iiuMioii and
the answer 1
GO TO I. GOLDBERG'S
IMI 1MF A LOOK AT INK
New Patent Ventilated Uiidersliirt
LIGHT 1 DURaBLE! COOL!
A Hummer naiiueiit that cannot he ui
pubttd. Doth in Loiik and Short hleeMi.
PRICE 50c. EACH.
- - HOI.I M.I'M loll
DR. G. JAEGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR
' FOR. S A.LB !
! S. NORRIS.
Kiihuku. Hawaii. MU tl
I Oniii'iip e.ieh of the 1ui III 1 1 i.ti.n of
I I'ehriiary.t, 1MM, January II. leu,
I Novemher 2, IbW, January H, IS -M.
I (lood prleu will he paid, Apply Itl'linus
WHY HAWA1IANS PROTEST,
Present Rulers Scheming to Make Tbeir
Power Permanent Oyer the
THEY NEED HELP FROM ABROAD.
I From the Nes York Herald.
Coronado, Cat., Attgust 25, 189:1.
Tho auti-aunoxation papurs in Hono
lulu have thought it woll to nprint
a letter which, it Booms, the Kov. V.
B. Olosou published on the question
of annexation in the Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser o'n December 12
last, a few days before Minister Ste
vens lauded American troops and
guns and upset the government to
which ho was accredited. Mr. Ole
son is a clergyman and a teacher in
Hawaii, anil lie wroto what ho seems
to mo a very sensible letter, as you
will see here:
Mil. 12m roi 1 do not believe that the
nnnnoxiition of tha Hawaiian Inlands to
tho United States of Aniuiictt is a inten
tion of practical politics, or that it is u
matter that in likely to play any import
ant pail in tho near rut me of this king
dom. urn viimiiiinl thul the autvMimy
ni thin umittni aliinilil hi jiiei'iitfd unit
Hint thi. pi t'i nt iiiiiniiH'htciil ijutenimt'nt lit'
jaipetuuUd, 1 lmo consistently held to
this conviction dining m rcbiilunce in
this kingdom, unit I'm not perbiiadeii to
the contrary as the time draws near for
my ili'paituie to my native l.md. In my
own couiitij I should be opposed to the
annexation of these islands, believing in
the Atneiiciin nou colonial policy. And
other representation of my vicwb is a
misieprcsi'iitation, either wilful oi ignor
ant. The industrial and commercial develop
ment uf this eounti) is by fai a more
momentous miordion, and does not ncces
siiiily imolie that ot arinexatiou. 1 may
be alone, but 1 am convinced that by
retaining its autonomy this count ty is
likely lo g.iin gre.Uer commercial nd ant
ages than by iimulgmnaliou with any
If those advantages can be obtaiued
through the friendly policy of the United
States, without infringing on tho auton
omy of this Kingdom, it is practical
policy to eecuie thoso advantages speed
ily. To cry "annexaf.onist' utter one
who advocates such a policy may sere
present biniill political purposes, but it
haiku and ictaids the broader policy that
would foster Hawaii's mdependeuce and
promote her eoininoreial piosperity.
. li. ulusos.
Mil. OLEWN IIAb CUAXDED 111b illNJ).
Mr. Olo&oii is now in this country,
going about as an earnest advocate
of annexation, being in tho pa, Ho
nolulu people bay, of the Annexation
Club, i do not think the matter of
much importance. Mr. Olosou has
chaugud his mind, lint ever3-body
has a right to change kis mind.
Beiug a clergyman and an instructor
of youth, from whom a degree of
consistency of opinion is reasonably
expected, Mr. Oleson would, of
cuurse, have dono wiaoly if when ho
began his career as an advocate of
annexation he had frank!- read to
his American audiences this forcible
anti-annexation letter of his and ex
plained why the excellent reasons
he theie gave against annexation
now seem to liilu fallacious or of no
Mr. Olesou's case is not like that
of Mr. Thur&toji, the preseut Minis
ter of the Provisional Government
at Washington. Mi. Thurston has
been eminent in Hawaiian politics
for a number of years; has served in
tho Legislature and been a mouibor
of tho Cabinet under tho monarchy
which his grandparents, with tho
other missionary fathers, estab
lished. On October 17, 1B02, just
throe mouths before Minister' .-ite-vons
brought on the revolution, Mr.
Thurston was a prominent member
of the Hawaiian Legislature and in
tho opposition, ihoro wore then
already rumors of plotting to pro
euro annexation, and the names of
Mr. Thurston and friends and poli
tical allies ol bin wore by these pub
lic rumors connected with sucli an
intention or project. Mr. Thurston
and his friendo tlesired to upset the
thou Cabinet, with tho hope of them
selves "comiug in," and thoy found
that the alaim among the native
people, as woll as among whites,
about auiiRinlioii schemes stood iu
their way. So Air. Tliuiston, on tho
17th of October, just throe months
befoio the annexationist resolution,
got up iu the Legislature and said,
asrupoited iu the Honolulu papers
of that time:
Mil TIIUUHroN s OCIOllUll bl'I'.KUJI.
Tho United States would nover take
possession of this couutiy against the
will of its people. It wits not u live isnim
now, and when it was introduced
it wiis dono solely with a view
to mislead. Annexation whs brought
up and trolled nut logularly. and whs
simply ii substitute for tho old mission
ary cry When an election wiis over it
would not be heard of again until a sim
ilar occasion aionc. llcfoio being (light
ened by the iimioxiitiou scarecrow it was
well to sit and think. .1 luxury Uhtil
llit ultii that tlif I'uitnl .Viiv utiulil fii'r
tttkt tli ruuutiy mjiitiirt thf a III of thr
fuujih It hud Ikvii tho liist to recog
me its independence
Further on Mr. Thurston said:
lnnii'l Webster siud that if the Frcuch
took to Islaudfftli iy w.nilil i.uji law iu luck
uiul lesloru their independence If it took
the wholo powci of the United Slates to
do it. That was their pxilion, and it
hud Ih'cii consistently maintained ever
since. Tho United HtaUis hiul, out ot its
lHiunty, given uh a tn'iity Tor whlcli It ic
ccived nluioBt no monetary return, but
which hud put millions into tho hiimU o(
Uontinwtl on 4th iyt)
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