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Ho concluded saying:
Common deconcy mid common grnti
luilo should prevent theso shirs and insl
nuntions on tho United States. It was
an insult to the opposition, nhich una not
leaf loyal than the Cabinet, mid tho idens
wore iidvnnued simply to keep tho Cab
inet in power.
I say tho oaso of tho Rov. Mr. Olo
Bon is dilioronL from that of Mr.
Thurston, and for this reason: Mr.
Thurston is a Hawaiian born,and Ha
waii is his country. Ho was a load
ing man in Hawaiian politics, holtl
inc his soat in tho Loinalnluro larco-
ly by native votes and by his oath to
bo faithful to tho government. If
ho spoke in his olhcial capacity it
was his duty to speak tho truth. Ho
stood thoro "ou honor." But when
ho told tho Logislaturo and his na
tive const ituouts that ho, a member
of tho opposition, "was not less loy
al than tho Cabinet," ho knew that
ho had, only tho previous spring,
approached mombors of Congress in
Washington, among thorn, boliovo,
Mr. Blount, to soo whothor ho
could not persuade them to favor
annexation of Hawaii to tho Uuitod
Tho Rov. Mr. Qleson's caso is very
different from that of Miuistor
Thurston. That much it is only
just to Mr. Oleson to say for him.
THE RESOLUTION' REACTIONARY.
As to Mr. Thurston, ho was one
of tho loaders in a thoroughly re
actionary revolution. Wo of tho
United States have sympathized with
revolutions in other countries, be
cause revolutions havo been general
ly uprisings by tho people against
despotism and for greater liberty.
But tho revolution of which Mr.
Thurston was one of tho loaders,
and which with tho potent help of
Minister Stovons created tho Provi
sional Government, is a thoroughly
reactionary movement, whose aim,
as it, course has showns is to crush
out liberty and froe govornment in
Hawaii and establish an oligarchic
despotism, bueu a movement cor
taiuly doos not deserve tho sympa
thy of Americans. The government
established in Hawaii by the mis
sionary fathers was free and popular
in its charactor. Under it, while
tho missionaries and planters, tho
foreigners, had very great iuiluonce,
the popular liberties wore secure,
and all, natives and foreigners, en
joyed peace, freedom, order and tho
protection of wise laws. Naturally
there was general contoutmont.
How is it that tho revolutionary
Provisional Govornment has put
forth sedition laws, no bail laws, and
is just now proposing oven to abo
lish trial by jury? How is it that
while under the missionary fathers
there was lawful and ordorly govorn
ment and genoral contentment, tho
"missionary children" fortify them
selves in tho palace, keep an "army"
in the palace cellars and arm their
outside followers, giving theso in
structions to turn out at once on
the ringing of an alarm bell? Their
fathers never found it needful to
take such precautions. It is because
this revolution is not for, but against,
liberty and tree government.
NO CONCEALMENT OF PURPOSE.
The purpose of this reactionary
movoment has not been concealed.
The Hawaiian Gazette, the organ of
the Provisional Govornment, for
March H last, in an editorial article
on the then newly established Brit
ish rule in tho savage Gilbert Tsland
group, spoke thus:
Wo do not doubt in tho least that Brit
ish rule in Gilbert Islands is proving and
will continue to provo n blessing, as the
abolition of tho monarchy will prove a
blessing hero. British rule means the
substitution of intelligent, stable and
progrefasiso government for tho misrule
of semi-barburians. Ilnwaii is further
advanced than tho Gilbert Islands, but
nutivu rule hero lias been wanting, as it
has been theie. Tho fifty years' triul in
self-government which has been granted
to tho Hawaiian should certainly have
been long enough to enable him fully to
provo his quality. That tho opportunity
hus beon granted him for so long n period
auorus an instance or patience ana gen
erosity on tho part of tho naturally do
minant race for which a parallel may be
sought in vain elsewhere Nations, like
individuals, nro subject to tho inexorable
laws of evolution, and no philanthropy
can savo the weak and degraded from
extinction. Sovereignty in this world
is to tho intellectually und morally strong,
who provo tlieir title by tho conquests of
mind. What has happened in Hawaii is
but tho necessary outcome of tho logic
of events. The wheels will go nround in
spito of the sentimentalist. That tho
change in Hawaii rendered necessary
by the progress should hurt the
feelings of any decent person is a
matter of severe regret. Tho neces
sity of it is best expressed by Victor
Hugo, who wrote on a horrowful occasion,
'"The world is a huge wheel, which con
not move without crushing somo one."
On May 10 last the Pacific Adver
tiser, Provisional Government or
gan, published with editorial ap
proval a lecture on "Political
Maxims and tho Ballot," which is
said "was road before tho Hawaiian"
Mission Children's Socioty May G,
1893," by Mr. Curtis J. Lyons, him
self, I boliovo, tho descendant of a
missionary. Mr. Lyons spoke against
popular government. Ho was for
tho government of tho rich. Of
tho so-callod "planters' constitu
tion" of 1887, which tho missionary
plantors rammed down Kalakaua's
throat without consulting even the
Legislature, much less the people,
Air. juyons saiu:
Our constitution of 1887 in its property
qualification, which practically doubled
tho vote of tho class holding above u cer
tain amount of property, not only ex
pressed u civil necessity, but a moral
equity. It was right in that respect, and
wo should havo tho courage of our con
victions to say ho,
DISFKANCIIIbUI) THE NATIVES.
This properly qualification of
which ho approved was so contrived
that, while it madu voters of for
eign born dock laborers, it disfran
chised tho native teachers und cler
gymen whose incomes aro too small
for tho income limit ingeniously
made, Tho natives who read aud
write and who owe their continued
intelligence and religious faith to
tlioir poorly paid but generally
faithful elorgy and teachers, natu
rally did not like this, Mr. Lynns,
addressing tho "Hawaiian Mission
(Jhildien, wont on to lay down the
now Uootrino of whioli tho Provi
sional Govornmont is tho oxponeut.
"Tho fact that A and B havo each
paid n poll tax may or may uot boar
ou tho question whothor A aud B shall
Ho said: "Tho warrant for gov
ornmont is on right, and not teeliui
cally and finally on tho will of tho
Ho said: "It is, therefore, diilloult
to soo how tho ballot sj'stom can
provo satisfactory in a community
that is divided into masses that aro
iu marked contrast, both in natural
ability, in traditions and in educa
tion, as to tho groat equities and
moralities upon wiiich civilization is
This revolution in Hawaii is not,
as you will plainly soo, for greater
liberty. It is a thoroughly reaction
ary movement against freo govorn
mont and for despotic rulo. "Sup
poso tho caso that you cannot got
yourself annoxod, what do you pro
doso for tho future?" I asked Chiof
Justice Judd, himself Hawaiian
born, tho son of ono of tho founders
of tho Hawaiian Stalo. Ho replied:
"Wo had actually planned nothing,
for wo hope for annexation, but if
that fails an oligarchy seems to mo
tho only thing."
Now, it is nono of our business
what form of govornment prevails
in Hawaii, xi tno people oi mat
country chooso to bo ruled by an
oligarchy that is their business.
But, surely it is not for us, who still
boliovo in liberty aud freo govorn
mont, to lond our help to tho estab
lishment of a despotism anywhere
to give our support by anuoxatiou or
a protoctorato to such a system.
THE JAPANESE QUESTION.
This reminds me to speak of tho
Japanese quostipn. whioli rocont re
ports from Honolulu mention. Tho
Japanese government I speak on
the authority of tho Japanese Con
sul General, Mr. Fujii has noticed
that Portuguese and other foreign
ers are, under the planters' consti
tution of 1887, Riven tho vote on a
year's residouco and without abjur
ing allegianco to thoir own aud all
othor foreign governments. This
wa3 done by tho planters to swamp
tho native voto. Under the old con
stitution, framed by tho missionary
fathers, citizenship was got only by
five j-oars' rosidouco and tho usual
oaths of abjuration. Well, tho Jap
aneso government, which allows its
pooplo to contract for three years to
the Hawaiian govornment, which
then lots out theso contract laborers
to the planters, does not, Mr. Fujii
says, care about its pooplo voting.
But it feols bound to have them
dealt with as the equals of all others.
While tho general condition of vot
ing is a single year's residence, it in
sists that Japanese shall be voters
as well as Portuguese or English or
Americaus. But if tho Hawaiian
government chooses to make five
years' residence and tho oath of ab
juration tho condition of voting, as
before the revolutionary planters'
constitution of 1887, thou, says Mr.
Fujii, my coverumont has nothing to
say, because it does not pretend to
toll tho Hawaiian govornment on
what conditions it shall allow for
eigners to bocomo citizens.
EMBARRASSING TO TIIE ANNEXATIONISTS.
That is tho Japanese question on
Hawaii, and it is ombarrassing to the
Provisional Government because in
tho 1887 Planters' constitution tho
franchise was lowered with the ex
press object of letting in foreigners
to swamp the native' voto and to
restore the old naturalization law of
tho missionary fathers, which, while
it would keep out tho Japanese as
voters, would also keep out other
foreigners and again give tho natives
You will see, I believe, in what I
havo hero written, some roasons for
tho strong dislike of the native peo
ple and of a gieat many whites to
ward tho present rulers of Hawaii,
who call themselves missionary chil
dren. The object of their selfish
scheming has been and is to sot
themselves up as tho permanent
rulers, without roferouco to tho po
pular will or consent, ovor tho isl
ands, and it is because they do not
boliovo themselves able to accom
plish this establishment of a per
manent despotism or oligarchy with
out outside help that they cling so
desperately to tho faded hope of an
nexation. Charles Nordiioff.
Koorns to lot
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Fashionable.'. Society.'. Writing.. Papers,
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othor kind of
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can bo seen at Mrs. Heist's boat house nozt
to tho Marino Railway. For prices, etc.,
apply to DR. G. TIIOUBBKAU,
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or its Cover will be iiroxei'iitud according
to law. JOBkVh A. VICTOR.
Honolulu, Sept. iitl, IhUl. Proprietor.
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Honolulu, Aug, , IBU3, bia-U
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
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AND FOR THE in
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OFFER THE SAME
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We Having Just Received
ANOTHER FULL CARGO OF
HAY and GRAIN
Per Hawaiian Bark "Mauna Ala,"
1500 Bales of Large and Hav.
2000 Bags Surprise No. 1 White and
2000 Bags Whole Barley.
1000 Bags Rolled Barley.
3,100 Bags Coarse and Fine Bran.
000 Bags Middlings.
300 Bags Mixed Feed.
200 Bags Choice Wheat.
200 Bags Cracked Corn.
100 Bags Rolled Oats.
100 Bags Small Yellow Corn
70 Bags Oil Cake Meal.
We selected these Goods during our last
trip to the Coast, they are
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And cost no more than poorer qualities
now on the market.
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there Is to be found a choice assortment of
India and Surrah Silks, Pongee and Ciape
Silks, Persian Lawns, Swiss Muslins, Or-
Sandles and many other Fabrics of lovely
csigns aud colors. Tho
Children's and Infants' De
partment Is tho most complete in the city. The
Fancy Goods Department
Has not been neglected and Is well-stocked
with a choice collection of High Class No
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rpiIK BOHOONKR 'NORMA.
J. ta Tons Register, substan
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luk and Cedar!
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Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
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Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
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On Friday, Sept. 1, 1893,
And will be almeut from Honolulu for
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