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THURSDAY, OOT. 18, 1894
Its gross ignoranco is tho chief
sourco of wvnkuess in tho Mieet
commonly known as Ku Loo. In its
latost isuo this fantastic journal at
tacks the Minister of the Interior in
several places on account of a liltlo
spat a naoiojako of Captain King
had with a foreign master mariner
on tho wharf. Tho Minister hail no
moro to do with tho matter than
the sovoreigu of tho uon distracted
and war-worn ''Hermit Kingdom."
This bad break of Ka Leo is of a
pieco with its assertion that the
editor of tho Bulletin had forsworn
his natire allegiauce to obtain deni
zation papers, wbou a glanco at tho
Constitution would have proreuled
such a display of bull-headed ignorance
policy' presetted by politicians whono
domestic policy has bfon anything
but vigorous, has fallen on doaf
oars. It is certain that the Ameri
can peoplo want uo moro territory.
In rocont years they have rnauo
their mind ou that Bubjoct perfectly
clear. They havo novor folt the
least gratification in tho possewinn
of Alaska; they showed unmistak
able nnger when the plan to secure
Cubs uanm to light; they cam
nothing about Samoa and they do
not want the Sandwich Islands Tho
Outlook differed from l'residenl
Cleveland about his proposed inter
ference in Hawaiian alTiir, but, al
though hi application of the princi
ple wa, in our judgment, unwise,
the principle was jut and noble,
and tho President ttruck a note
which will become dominant in our
history. For almost the first tiiuo
in the history of diplomacy, n
powerful nation put aside tho op
onrtunityof jiireranilizeinont lying
in its hand, and declared that exact
justice should bo done to a foreign
people who woro at its inorcy.
PRO TEMPORE EGXSXjATOXIK. j
An ablo correspondent discusses
annexation in this paper. Ho al
legos insincerity agaiust tho leaders
in tho 1893 revolution ou this espe
cial issue, giving direct ovideuco to
support his position. Also ho quotes
from a leading religious paper of
the Uuilod States a strong vindica
tion of President Cleveland's now
abandoned policy of justice toward
this couutry. As tho American reli
gious press his boon strongly jingo,
from its sympathy with tho mission
ary party in Hawaii, there is great
significance, oven if little satisfac
tion at the present stago of tho
gamp, in tho strong lauguago of tho
Outlook quoted by our correspon
dent. But what words oju charac
terize tho low-down game of some
of tho leaders of tho revolution cited
in tho letter elsewhere priutoJt
They deliberately sought to deceive
tho "bono and sinew" whoso services
havo since been conspicuously re
cognized by President Dole in staio
documents, a majority of whom
would havo had uo truck with any
revolution that had not as its main
object annexation. While, as our
correspondent intimates, some of
tho republican leaders aro aud havo
been undoubtedly sincere wo may
xnontiou Mr. Wilder for one, as ho
has to our personal knowledge boon
for years a believer in nnuoxaliou as
the only salvation from chronic
revolution thoro is far too much
proof that other leaders, whoso souls
never soar above sugar prolits, havo
been acting double-facudly through
Weekly Meeting of the Executive
and Advisory Councils.
W. C. Wilder, president, called
tho Councils to order this afternoon
at 1:80 o'clock, with him being pres
ent Ministers Hatch, Kinir, Damon
and Smith; Councillors John Ens,
Henrv Waterhousp, W. P. Alien, J.
A. McCaudless, D. II. Smith, Alex.
Younir, .1. Emmeluth and .John Not t.
Minister Hatch read replies to Mr.
Euimeluth's questions preferred at a
previous session as follows:
(Q ) 1. Under what restrictions if
any can pnvnto parties import cou
iract laborers into the Hawaiian
(Aus.) 1. Tho restrictions upon
tli-s importation of contract laborers
will bo found in Chap. 58, Laws of
(Q) 2. Is it tho purpose of tho
Government to encourage such hn
purtationT f.ViwA ' Tim flnrnrntrinnf don
This ! not tiroooso to nucouracn any im-
was a great ami novel position; it portal ion of labor except turougu
broke away from tho selfish tradi- tho Hoard of Immigration,
tiousof tho past; it struck a new, (Q) 3. Is it lawful for irami
and ringing note: it was true Am- graut to bo allowed to laud as con
cricauisiu. Wo care nothing for tho tract laborers who woro not shipped
shows of power or for new territory; I as such at port of embarkation?
wo caro nothing for tho new navy ' (Ans.) 3. Tho Act of March 1,
except as n measure of prudence; ' 1891, restricting tho landing of aliens
wo havo not tho slightest design o( , does not rcnuiro that a contract for
entering into competition witli labor should havo been sluued by
Tuesday, Oct. i6, 1894.
other countries in tho matter of
nrmamnut. liven the windiest poli
tician begins to understand our tem
per in these matters."
This quotation hs tho right ring
to it aud our windy politicians
should ponder upon it aud govern
As an illustration of tho dtshon
osty of tho lonl-rs of the revolution
of January, 1893, let mo repeat a
htalcnieiit made to mo by a gentle
man who had their confidence. The
gentleman objected to tho uo of
tho annexation plank in the revolu
tionary platform, believing that it
could only prove delusive. Tho
answer was: "Well, wo must talk an
nexation or wo cannot got one man
out of fifty to sign that document in
W. O. Smith's oUlco." Is it not
time to drop deceit and show our
bauds, it wo aro topuuiicans, orsuatl
wo wait to havo our hands forced,
as they must bo sooner or later!
By Jm. V. Morgan.
Mortgagee' Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Bale.
Chinos Jehus In Trouble.
A Chinoso driver of a dray named
Chow Sun pleaded guilty in the
District Court today to having
driven his team fatter than a walk
yesterday nutl was fined $3. I
ah -ce pieaiuxi guiuy to naviug
carried moro passengers in his hack
than the license allowed ou Oct. 17.
Uo was lined S2.
Aug Chin, arrested this morning
ou Liliha street, by Captaiu Parker
for overloading aud overdriving a
horse, was found guilty aud sent
enced to pay a lino of $..
.T. A. riuntiitim fwlmltifil r-ilnr of
outou the. cardinal object of tho ,iiu will of Midio Knlu.1, has filed nn
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inventory miiiwiiiv iiio vaiuo oi me
cttalo to lM?LUlUllii.
rovolutiou to most of its residents
who look up arms iu its support.
If tho coming Legislature is going
to throw annexation, although elect
ed iu its name, the last ttatu of
troubled Hawaii will be worto than
tho first. Those who hnve by the
favor of United States forces held
control here for tho past nearly two
years will perhaps before long regret
their packed constitutional conven
tion which gave birth to u govern
ment that is a republic only iu
uamo. There is no rcaiou why a
geuuiuo republic, or any other form
of popular homo rule, might not
havo a prosperous career. But
through tho over-reaching of ambi
tious men, many thoughtful pouplo
now regard uuiou with tho great
Kepublic as tho only suro protection
against either oppios&ivo oligarchic
rule or anarchy, perhaps a combina
tion of both tho former promising
a nation of a few sugar lords aud a
bordo of uncivilized serfs aud tho
latter haviug its realization iu a
vista of revolutions objcclloss ex
cept for place aud power to the suc
cessful disturbers of uatioual quiet.
Honesty iiufore Policy.
Alter curolully roading tho pro
cftdiugs of tho uomiuutiug conven
tion held on Saturday lust, one fact
becomes prominent, that ii, tho evi
dent lack of sincerity iu all tho pro
ceedings. Tho order of businettf
had been carefully studied, aud
possible eontiugeucies provided lor,
even to tho ulccliou and resiguatiou
of one candidate so us to insure the
placiug of auothcr, who was nut
able tu secure a uomiuatiou iu a
Then agaiu the buueombo support
tliat annexation received, possibly
sincere ou tho part of some of the
speakers who have not the requisite
qualification for admission to the
iuuer circle of wire puller, who
hope to perpetuatu tho ho-called
Kepublic of Hawaii for their owu sol
tub purposes. Any person who has
felt the pulso of public opiuiun iu
tho United States, aud tho prime
movers iu the revolution of Jauuary,
1893, had felt it, knows thut uuuexa
tiuu is a dead issue there.
A Washington Congressman said
receutly to u gentleman who hns in
terests iu thuto islands: "Yet, 1 am
an annexationist, but 1 want to laku
the ti'Jo to the islands from tho na
tives, not from the junta who seized
and hold control there now." 'Huh
expression represents the views of
au honest man who favors auuexa
tion, aud wo who are on tho ground
kuow how hopulesu is the cU'orl to
secure a titl from tho uutives. To
show what the inouldurH of public
opiuiou iu the United Stales think
of uuuexutiuu, permit urn to quote
from u editorial ou 'Trim Ameri
canism," iu tho Outlook, tho new
series of the OhrUliau Union, pub
lished iu the city of Kuw orli:
'The 'vigorous foiuigu
Anna uoug oy iter attorney, J. a.
M.igoou, has p- rfectod au nppeil
ngaitist a decision of E iiuia M. Xi
liiiiun, Commissioner of Private
Ways and Water Mights, in favor of
Kwong Vick lu Co., defendants to
u suit slut had brought for certain
Would you kindly mention tho
fact that water is abeput on tho
slope of Punchbowl hill, aud that
residents iu that vicinity would
gladly see tho lire engine at work
agaiu at Thomas Square.
October 18, 1891.
''Many of the citizens of liainsvillo,
Indiana, are never without a bottle
of Chaiuberlaiu'rt Couch Kcniedy in
the house," saj a Jacob Brown, the;
leading merchant of tho place. This .
Honied v has proven of so much value
for colds ami croup in children that .
few mothers who kuow its worth
nro willing to be without it. For
bale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Ageuts for the Hawaiian Islands,
t ho immiirrant before denarturo from
his owu country iu ordor to enable
him to land hero as a contract la
borer. Minister Damon read the weekly
finnneinl statement. Kouelpt were
$30,067 C9. of which tho Interior
violded 43883 SO. Customs $10,037.53,
and Tn-s $5319.95. Expenditures
were 13,71218, iucludiug $100899
of pajments under the Loan Act.
Notices of withdrawals from the
Postal Savings Bank to the end of
December amounted to $27,71931.
Mr. Wnterhouso tendered his re
siguatiou as a member of the Advi
sory Council. Ho referred pathe
tically to his plcannt intercourse
with 'his colleagues for the past 21
Pros. Wilder did not think thoro
was necessity for acting on the re
signation at this meeting. Ho was
iu the samo condition hlmsolf, being
a caudidato for Senator, aud Mr.
Brown and himself would probably
resign at next mooting.
Mr. McCandless thought there
was uo necessity for members of the
Council to resign on becomiug can
didates for the Legislature
Mr. Emmeluth considered that
the Constitution debarred members
of the Advisory Council from be
coming members of the Legislature.
Minister Smith cited tho Consti
tution where it stated that otlicers
of tho Government could not be
mombers of the Legislature. Still
he thought it was not necessary for
n tnouiltor of Council to resign until
he was elected as a member of the
The bill to amend tho Boundaries
Act passed third reading with
At 2:15 tho Councils went into
Tho Hotel affair has Immmi spoken
of evervwhere, but, still more, what
the public spunks of is about, those
cheap prices at M. S Lew's.
Lcrtnre will he plvrn
Alas. M. M. TiilitlttJ
On FRIDAY EVENING, Oct. 10th,
At lli Tlieownh'ral Hall, corni-r of
Nuuami and In In-attfota, In
t lie '! outer blj.'k."
Doors will np'ti at 7 o'c'ock. Lcnlii'e In
rnintiii-nr'o iMiiitiy at B o'clock All arc
Eubjsct ot the Lecture will bt
' Thoosophy and Morals "
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Rara Ferns and Plants!
On FRIDAY, Oct. 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. II. ,
I will -ll at I'll' I'o A-i foil. M thA Rnd
tlMlie ol Mrs KK At'KK, fort stiver, ft
inrt;i HH-.iriiueiit ot l'tru BUil l'.aut, coii
Pots Rex & Ordioarj Btgonias,
Pots Pilius, 1'oU Mtldn Hair F.rni,
Pas Assorted Ferns, Etc
Commercial -:- Saloon
B1RRY ELCMHE, Maoager.
Cur. Kuutnu & llerrtanla Bts , Hooo'ala.
Tbe Oalj Spoiling Uiusi In Town.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Lager Beer
A lays on Draught. 2 olissts fr 25c
Brkt of Win's, l.KUor nJ Cigars
I?OIt HAt.K-A Lot (U n crr) on
. il-r Av-iiui (liiod HoQe, rlroi
liuj) ovoiuuuti 11,001.
FoitPALnssjf Aw oi nooi rptr.e
Laud. Lusfii: live mlks (r.itu towu-
I70HPALR-nIrshl Improvil Pron
: rty on l'aiioi'xl s'r.e', ir l
imc' Walk, 'J Luis,;! lioates cJ;Iu1uk
FOR 8AI,K-Hone nl Ltt, Clilikm
ilo k-, htabie, Cnaitb UgUie, t, ai
J 70 It Itn.NT FamUlifrt c DnfnrnUbed
. iloa e. in all pilti ct Uie city.
MT Enqul u
103 FOItT 8TMEET,
In Gertz'a 6bon Store, opp;s te
DELICATE I DELICIOUS I DAINTY I
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
As a place of residence Ho
nolulu presents advantages to
be found nowhere else in the
world. For people who prefer
high altitudes Nuuanu, Punch
bowl or Tantalus are places
where residences may be built
so that magnificent views of
the city and bay may be had
at all times. To others who
wish to be on a level with all
mankind, Makiki has attrac
tions that please. If there is a
scarcity of land it will be felt
by those who enjoy the swish
of the waves along the beach
and where they can sit and
view the grandeurs ot a semi
tropic sunset. There is very
little available land toward Dia
mond Head and as time passes
steps must be taken toward bet
ter facilities for reaching points
beyond it. It is possible that a
good road around the head
would be in the line of public
improvements, and, if the land
in that locality is owned by the
government, an increased trea
sury balance would be the re
sult. If there were more lots
along the beach more people
would live there and improve
them. Every dollar of improve
ments means so much for the
government by way of taxa
tion and that alone should be
an inducement for it to extend
roads wherever it is possible.
Ever since we started busi
ness we have aimed to secure
such goods as we believed to
be suited to the tastes of the
people on the Islands. Any
thing in the way of a novelty
when it is believed to be really
good is secured by us and
olTered to the public almost as
soon as it is introduced in the
United States or Europe. One
of the latest is the Aetallic Re
frigerator for use in the bed
room. We think this is a good
thing because it obviates the
necessity of people going to
the kitchen or pantry for milk
or anything else that is needed
during the night. For those
who like luncheon in their bed
room late at night it is indis
pensible, as it is admirably ar
ranged to hold a large cold bot
tle to go with a small warm
bird. The price of this novelty
is low enough to put it within
the reach of everyone.
As we have mentioned seve
ral times before, the Wertheim
Triplex Sewing Atachine is the
best in the world. It is the
only machine that will change
the stitch from chain to lock
without bothering with a sepa
rate and bungling attachment.
It is the only one we know of
that will sew three stitches by
simply moving a thumb screw.
Nor do we know of any that
has such magnificent tables as
those on the Wertheim. Every
part of the mechanism is con
structed with a view to simpli
city; the running parts are so
evenly balanced that a five year
old child can run it with ease.
The necessity for water motors
or dynamos for sewing ma
chines died with the introduc
tion of the Wertheim. We
sell them for less money than
you pay for an ordinary hard
running one stitch sewing ma
chine and we would like to put
one in your home.
Unless you particularly court
liver fluke we would suggest
that you purchase an Improved
Stone Filter from us. The "S.
G. Wilder" brought us a lot of
them in assorted sizes.
OTIOR IS IIBRRnY GIVEN THAT
ttiirsiiant tua nowrr ol sale contain
ed in it corialn chattel mnrtgno buirlng
dfttp the Sutli ilsy of March. A 1. 1891,
tnAdebvCHAIlLKS GIKULEK ol Hono
lulu. Island i ( Ulnu llawailiin If land, to
in. V Morgan i,imI1 Honolulu, nf rrconl
In thd ofllce of th Itegljtmrot Cnvynnoes
In Liner U7, k 43W-5, and fur tbe
l rench of comlitiins In raid niortpngn deed
contHlmd, to w t: tt'in-pnymtmi. of cert-ln
t.ronilsi.ry note tli-ieln de'enbed, the
mnrtga e- In'mcN to t rv In-e.
No Ire Is nlo gle'i tlmt the mortgagee
has taken psesli n of tli property over
ol hy said mnriR.-iKC atM w il sell the ratne
ntti bllo miction nt tho Auction Itonnim.f
.Tames F. Moryan on WHDSKSUAY,
October 17, 18 U.
The iirwrtv to he o'd II d scribed a
follow-! 4 oOluo hlrt. 2 pri cornets, 3
dt whl o L ticn lidk's, 'V'A t z bite cot
ton iniku, 'i u ciu.i'Cd C'ltton ndnii", os
1 1-12 d"i n bill ' hoe. 3J doz rMt il ress
sh'Ms.,,-l2iloz" Itcgmtn aiilns, 7 l'JniH
Miltn, 2blai'k hut-, 4 doz I Hlv'snsst straw
ham. 0) doz Claries in tlict t-ottm, lf4
doz feather fttlow, 2I boxe I'hadnrlok's
ii'omllmr lot'on. 7 nur l)ut"li Itrcn braid,
14 ilnt ik-s Hutch ilu n tntic. I doz knlttlnit
Mts. U Iiojo k lulu Hlk, 4 boxa btack
Kilk .Volmlr bratit.HrK's colo'cd silk e astlc,
:i boxes T-rcli in lares, 21 pes l0"k nitiflm,
'l s while dr-s yo d. 10 pes satin
eh cks. 3 n s whit tab o datiias, 3 rxa
hair curd nmsl n, 7 lady's b'oui' s, II lady's
chemises. 1 lady's apr.'n, 2 doz Bro ks
oloieil thread 0 doz tiin mending Mlk,
"Y, d"Z tna bine sn ol thread, 6 10 Q Q
lainn buttons, I drz KnlttltiK silk, l"-12noz
fllk twl-t, 1 itoz dress treserer, (J Rfo jet
bittris, 6 gn silk buttons, 'It nro carl
buttons, boxes perl buttons, .1 c nls but
ton, 17 chemlsis. 3 wool shawls. 3 lc In
fcrtlon, 40 ics o tibrohlcry, U kk llounclng,
lHticso ton 1'iitmtM. lncs ralcett. K lea
iiiiulln, 3 p'eccs dress K'h1, 13 cn brllll
ntsl 4 ik's J-'rcncli cambric, 1 thi sateen 4
)cs eMt tints In, I tmshirtinR, 0p-s tuns
lln, 1 pi zephyr, 1 17 doz Duvlira 4 doz and
I pn filk lnMic. 1 io tirt.wn llticn,3pcs 'i
dla Twill, US pnt coat nnd rest tiuttuns,
More fixtures, desk. coutitvM and shelviug,
l'nrcha price In U. 8 Qo'd Coin.
Dated Honolalit, -cptiiilier 17. 101.
JAMK8 K. MtUlOAN,
By bis Attorneys, Cartib V Uabmb.
The above talc ba been postpone.
WKDXEBDAY, October 2ltli. nt 1
o'cl ck A. M.
These are New 1'nck LiirRn, I'm, Kuril n'ulcutvd. One trinl whl prove their merits.
N. I), TLo Cttua of thin braud coutnin a greater quantity tbun thoao of
-Mtltcli.!! dc I'ataraoa, Coaat JgmxiAm.
The Hawaiian Hardware Go, Ltd.
Ol'Jiohllo Bprocbula' lllook,
oo5r iroav it'i'uuu'r,
523 Fort Street. HomIuIi
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVE JUST RKCEIVKD A
LA11QB AflbOUTMKNT OK . .
and Latest Styles.
THESE GOODS WILL BE SOLD
NY QUANTITY FltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Suit I
al practice among the sons of far
Cathay of first removing thebridle
when unharnessing a horse is the
cause of many serious runaways in
Honolulu. We adjust tho rem
nants of wrecks to their former
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MFC CO.,
N"o. TO Queen Street
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner .Port A Hotel Bte
From Recent Direct Imfertattoaa
Tho Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LAROX A88ORTMBNT.
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KEItlt, - IlXl'OHTKR,
Episcopal Church SeiYices!
BKOINNINO ON SUNDAY. OUTOMill
Mth. renliir niiirnlim iu tvung
vvrvlcPN u l liu lie il liy llio Minli' illst Ilnl
ciiiml i liimili ol llunuliilii. HK'. II. W.
l'l.i'K, rior, in tliu hull, nt the cornrr ol
Kurt nml lliiinl Mrrftj t'i'hlatl", lornaT.y
Aiimcxiii tin llnili Kdoiiih).
A (urniiil orjiiiiliiilliin uf thin Church
will t nk H ilui'ii nn Hmi'liiy, oviiilit-r 4.
All tllirtoiiiin. mit iilllllntu t w'th nny otlirr
Kvmi!elloHl t'liiiM'li vru luvlieU tu uhIim Iu
UiU urtfuulf uiion, II67lu
FI3STEST IN FLAVOR
Of any imported. Just received by
KCOXiXiIS?li3R. 4c OO.