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The Hawaiian gazette. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, August 30, 1887, Image 7

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Ex Premier Uibsou
vrhere he wss f ocnd resting from his
trip sad trying to care cold which
he contracted f ew days before the
vessel reached this poet- Mr Gibson
corrrersed freely irooa Hsvrxusa
fsirs The principal event or import 1
ssoe since tae reeeipv ot tae iss
advices from Hsvrs5 vvss the sicniag
of the CofistinitioG byKingKRiskanRl
Political affairs seeei tohave settled
deva ia the Kinsdocr sad sre rtut
Biasr racier the aeir 3Qnis
iry
Mr Gibson said in answer to the
iaqairies of the reporter that he
thtmsrht the signing of the Coostini
ikd by the King- vrodd obviate any
fanher trouble Kalsksos had se
ceded to all the demands of the oppo
sitioa and he did dak see how they
coekL ask foe anything nsore He had
not talked with theKrcsr since the
Goastitctkm was framed sad pre
seated to hint aad therefore cocld not
say which were the proviskesto
which the King objected Asforhim
self he thoogSt the Constitetion was
-a good oce in the mwtn There were
sotae thinss probably- which the
ralght see s to change in the
latere bet taken as a whole Mr Gib
son thought it an able
decuzseni
This new CoastihrtioB by the
way7 said Mr Gibson yott racst
kaow was a sort of afrthorarht on
the part of the opcoaaoa I do not
ii ink thev tJv anv wlu rtr rnakmc
say sach deoaod at first bet when
tfcey iootki the way rasdeso easy for
tbem they increased their deassnds
Pfcst the native Hjembers of the Min
istry of which I was at the head re
signed in a body and a few days
afterward I followed their evsmpie
so as so relieve the King from the em
barrasssaent of sustaining me against
saeh a opposition The story got
aroend that there was a perfect panic
at the Palace and that encooragedthe
ooccsidoe to increase their demands
Tere seenss to have been no leader of
raovemit on the cart of what is
known as the Missionary party The
nerseisoae that is cakalsted to mis
lead the pebiic The so called Mis
sionary party is comnosed of she
descendants of the old misso iisries
and those who afniiate with them
Their opposition was prindpally di
reefed against me personally and I
thoesht it best to resign hoping that
would pet an end to the troobie I
had bees wishicc for some time to
take a trip to the united States both
foe pleasure and torecnrlt my health
I suppose yoer arrest was a snr
prise to your
Xes I haraiy expected things to
takethattsm Bat I see that a mis
take has been made aboct my trisL
The fact of the matter is that there
was BotriaL and I never appeared in
Goert I never even had an
Abopt SO armed men came
Sort house and put nie under arrest
aad took me to a warehouse where I
was confined ior a few hours Then
I was taken back to my house and
was kept there under arrest that is
I was kept in the hoose with a guard
outside After s few days the Aisor
ney General eante to see me and said
that he thought it would prevent any
talk and possibly a demonsirapos if
I wre confined in jail so we went
tto Ae jafl where I Kved with the
Jailer taking my meals with hire
whOe they were wV my ac
eouBts I was not locked nn aad the
jailer told me that he had so warrant i
ior me aor any autsonty on wbk to
hold me The new oEsdals in the
SMontiBie examined my accounts and
found everything correct with the
proper Touchers for every cent Mr
Green the new Prime Minister came
to see me while I was under arrest
and said that the Spreekefe was to sail
oe Saturday the Sth and he thought
I had better go oa her as something
disagreeable might occur if I waited
for the steamer As it was supposed
thai the vessel would make the trip
is fourteefL days aad get in here
dboat two weeks ahead of the next
steamer I was quite inDing to come
by her The vessel did not sail until
TKsdav however and on that day
the AUarnev Genera went into Court
pw entered s nolle prosequi in ay
case as there Hg been found aoth
iag to substantiate the charges against
rae
-Were aot charges of a similar
nature made against the King
Yes He was accused of having
connived at my taking a bribe for
grsnticg so exclusive privilege for
dealing in opium He often talked
of the matter to rae and wanted io
appoint me BegenL resign his posi
tJonand stand trial on the charges
Hkeanv other citizEn I advised him
against such a course and finally
talked to one of the Supreme Court
TtfcmfcbewocM Bve saoa
ciraziBA 9 cJrwtlsr Kie hiraself Bi
t
Z3tJxa
bilk Paul Semusuiu vrus Attorney
Giwcal st tiw tin sxxl In Kxwd
storojr Hi Kltic Arrt d i owe eacft am approwv or sp
M B- h fc TMA
t UCVIru SIR tu up re
ifce Kioe signed and they became
AVdwr 3L Gftsoa es Jrun Mia 1 5 rejected ad to iato
isier ot tfee HaYrsMsn GoTmwat the TOste wper basket
ratmtcSatardsysaoraiJ -win the chns in ibo Govwa
VL n IX jr f nieat hT say effect oa the standing
J rIv llta He went st coco to s hoieL I rwr
-
XoTnot the sKsrhtest everything
will go on as TssaslT
Tou have quite extensive interests
there yourself I believe
Tes I have slsrge estate inLanat
and houses and property in Honolulu
I excect when 1 hTe recovered air
health and strencth to go back and
look after my affairs1
That was the property you acquired
whea you went out there for the Mor
mons was it not1
Mr Gibson smiled and said -Yes
That is ache a story I will tell you
t how that was I was on aiy way to
the islands and stopped at fcalt JLake
where I was entertained by Bngham
Young I first sugssted the ides to
tnra and some of the dismiianes ot
the Church and they thought quite
well of it I opened a correspond
ence with General Cass who was Sec
reiary of State at the time under
Buchanans Administration and
with Senator Sumner and others
The scheme seemed a good one to
them all and would probably have
been carried out if the political troub
les had not broken out in the spring
oflSSL The plan was for the United
States to paythe Mormons 5000
COO for all their property and to allow
them two years in which to remove
Two men-of-war were to act as a con
voy for the vessels which werejto take
the emigrants from either Wilming
ton or San Diego to the islands The
breaking out of the war however put
an end to the whole thing I think
it is a pity the plan was not earried
into eSect as it would hs ae cost less
to pay that 5000000 than to have to
deal with the Mornsoa question for I
think- it will be a difaeult question to
settle
Speaking of the personnel of the
new Cabinet Mr Gibson said that
the members were all gentlemen of
whom he had the highest respect and
esteem They ail called upon him
whDe he was under arrest and were
most and kind Two of them
are nggTTn one is a Canadian
and the other is an American They
are safe conservative men and he
thTnVg the kingdom will prosoer
under their guidance-
Temperaiice News
The Union Labor party of New
York which claims 15000 followers
has adopted a liquor plank in favor
of free beer and ale yet indorsing
local option as the true solution of
the temperance question
The Senate in France has taken up
the question of intemperance A
committee appointed to investigate
the question reports that the drink
ing of spirits in France has reached
such a height as to be asocial danger
It urges that the excessive consump
tion of alcohol be prevented by in
creased taxation
The very stringent law in Kansas
governing the sale of liquor by drug
stores seems to be having the effect
desired Bonforts Wine and
Spirit Cireukuy in an article aiming
to prove that prohibition dees not
prohibit praetkaily admits that the
drug stores in Kansas are no longer
liquor estabHshmenis
The Prohibitionists in Tennessee
have good prospects of success in the
The Superintend
ent of the Press Department of the
State W C T XL reports that of US
newspapers published in the State
104 will support prohibition It ap
pears however that her returns are
not complete Of the daily papers
the majority are Sghting prohibition
On the 1st of July the High Li
cense tews in Minnesota and Penn
sylvania went into oKration In
I Minnesota the new law as oar
ers know provides for a SI WW
license is all cities containing more
than tea thousand inhabitants and
a 50 license in all cities containing
less than ten thousand Inquiries
havebeensent to each county asking
the number of applications for
licenses under the new law and the
replies received show a total of 1SS6
as against f 296 last year
The Philadelphia Times pub
lishes a short strong temperance pa
perfrofnPTBarnum MrBanmm
says I should have been in my
grave twenty or thirty years ago if
I had not quit drinking intoxicating
liquors asT did in 1S47 I bad
contracted the habit and the unnat
ural appetite for drink was stronger
than nature itself When I found 1
myself secure from falling back I
found my greatest pleasure consisted
in circulating the temperance pledge
SaXandteisrailheEmr temperance lectures free of
juuges ana ee j cjiSTe gji over tbe country and
enhgnten public sentiment in regard
f Env idea of whkh
Kovsons in the new CocstitulMQ he i to the fearful delusion of strong
drink Young married men in
AfiUvfAi TO I
Bridgeport who were my tenants 1
have induced to abandon the use of
oftesi spoke to rae oa the subject- He j liquor and tobacco on condition that I
tteoogBt there was too mora yuwa
rte in snindividcsL There was
mosErefcv in the
rui tmm s hihite
Trodd fr HawsH under tne
GoremeienL The Legislature rae
and pessed kws and the King ap
proved or rejected them as he saw
fiL Atone session Isstingaboot fire
months over 120 bills were passed
After the Legislature adjourned we
I would build and sell them a boos
oo credit to be paid for by install-
monts Xnmbers of such tfvao -with t
4 rowing families have in a few vears
owned the houses tbey lived in clear
from debt they having saved the
money by cutting off their rum and
tobacco expeoej and earned more
money fay their renewed energy
meSthe ScTarloofadorer the I strength and ambition
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE TUESDAY AFGIST SO ISS7
3uro ttwrrtisnncuts
THE EQUITABLE
Life Assurance Society
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csialsatJos i tie WotW Sort p
was kisis SixJpea aai a iiaJf cilUiccjOl
rrlt YefeB of Oatuaitaff Assatiace
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fto jars taasaetoi tie Jars acaal fccsV
ttalSieOaUawiKaaaa KkrB MJUJcasJ
ccww tttwtestabie arwi caasot
tfees Hi te paUcfe p many ccstjaaies b
ccst c ewexpromisfi ftc lart ot Us lace
vatee
sc4s a i poik iacosteiMc it t
poyafete a after tke usual tietay of so day
tec trntneOit 8fja tlie wwpt ot FToof
oT IVitk tot taibMtk clsiai paid br tk
Socletrta SS5ire tltoa w Aar ortte total
2ast was tttt tX wry y proofs
we Kctl aaltkebsiliar KUtt toe ex
cptiea 9t a fvirscattertcccaftsvitalit the
4tst sixty iiys
ici c rtvtri it vjn
S IrtsTSxXosrJsaNiKSssrrs Coxrasrt haT
iSba tk p4eawr ia all tk rftfotcw uaick
1it suiie Asaerkaa life asscraae famoss
tSaoBgoct tie wcrKi
T Ir is tus 3IooT Xtks it tt Co araxx issaiaa
poifcy wafci coxafeiaes cscrtf saaraates ail
airiaax tkaa aay otier coapaay eta wRr
aaiier a siajrie catract of assataac
S Ir ts tux JTco rKxacxxKATtirs Cojumst
iayaotoalyiccttrttttatiMilarwrsarpias for the
fatar eadt of polcTaeMts bat hitias ie
rised tae Toatiae aetaod o assaraace aader
vraka fcuxer proits oaxe lia iali to policy
aoirs taaa aaii aay forcx of assaraace
exrlatrciad
Ir ts JlosrWosturoj Bstsc Cattso a Mc
rcji CaxpjjfTt for aot oaly ia all proats Iw
tocs to coBcy aoMers bat ao other assartace
coepaay kas evvr ben coadscted ia the idee
sease aad to the same debtee ia the interest of
scrrioJri From the besiaaia Its maaa
rs kiTtt soot ta adapt its pocis aad
iaethdt to toe aeds aad prefereace of its
meotVers
ApctlliliST
K BHYDS Presideat
W Secretarr
J W ALfiXAXDHR V P
ATTY J CARTWRIGHT
ttt It - Asat Hairaiiaa Islands
Metropolitan Market
Sin
StireoT
G J WALLER Prop
Choicest Meats
FBOil
Finest Herds
fauhlies and shipping
SUPPLIED OH SHORT NOTICE
AM AT THE
Lowest Market Prices
rSAUXats 4efiCEd froa this Xarket are
UMraasMy efcUtad iMMffiauiy after UHiaby
Bean f a BeU CoicauB Pitest Dry Air Re
fripHatac 3feat soimteiriUias all its juicy
properties aaat is gaarasteed ta keep loader
alter fetfrery that fieskty killed seat
urate
Ban Chong Chu Co
DfPOETEBS AXD DEALERS HC
BOOTS SHOES
EADIES CHILDBEDS AVD MEITS
Boots Shoes Made to Order
Of fee Be
an Litest Style
saariBteed
Ail Goods
Bridles and Saddles
Always os barf Iibt order ioiicited
Nuuanu Street bet King Hotel Sts
WING ON WO CO
Have Removed to
XO 5 KING- STREET -
Betsreea Xsssakea and Sbudb Streets
Asdfceg feaTe ta BOtilr the psbKc that have
tsr J VST RECEIVED
A FHESII INVOICE OF
XXX Manila Cigars
And ether Cfceiee Brand at ccderate price
Al0aFsIiLiceof
r vm
General Merchandise -
Groceries Matting
China and Japan Teas
a A SPECLLTT
CSyo Haod Bk excels tae HAWATJ
AJi AIiMAKAC AKD ANNUAL for
rettiale statistical xai geaeta iafonzatioa re
latiDg to teie Ishnrff Price Ui cents or
sailed abroad O c ts each
T- G THECX PrBtHHrE
ly Hcnololn H L
- TUW j
Central tattrhstments
1178
nwral wrtiutmcutft
New Goods at Low Prices
AT THE POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE
II SMS Pros - - - ft 104 FORT STREET
Just Opened a rine Assortment of
t
Dry and Fancy Goods
Wkicfc lulu By abetter will b soM at Kswiajiy Low figures
POLKA DOT SWIS In white and ecru WH1T VXD COLORED WASH
ILITEIUAL iuplaiu Taney ticnnnl and open work a tlnoasst
MAIXffSOOKK LAWIffS BATISTE
In White auft CoIowJ
NunsVeiSings
In AH Grade and Colors
Nuns Veilings
Lace Flouncings Embroidery Flonncings all colors All Over
Embroidery and Laces with edgings to match
Nevr Silk Gloves and Silk Mitts latest styles newest shades
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS
Daring abace from this Kingdom SPECIAL BARGAINS will bo offered in this
Department in order to close ont the stock now on hand aad make room for new
HATS TEIMMED UNTRIMMED
AYill lie Sold at Reduced Prices
3m
J IVC HEWETT
Stationer and News Dealer
Merchant Street Honolulu Keeps Constantly on Hand
letterPaper linen other in great variety
Legal Cap Hcea and other in creat variety Imperial Varchmcnt Paper in several sizes
Joeraal Papers several sixes and rulinps Linen Letter Heads blocked or In sheet Laid Lctte
Heads Nocked or in sheet Hcmorandnm Blocks in 3 sires Xote Paper in great variety blocked
or in sheet XotePapej and Envelopes In boxes Brief Record Engrossing and Sermon Paper
Legal Commercial and Dreg Envelopes different colors qualities and sizes Linen Envelopes
JCosl 6 to II Lawyers Ribbon and Red Tape Toilet Fistnrcs and Paper in packet and rolls Play
ing Cards gilt edged PHylng Cards 1st 2d and 3d quality Dice and Dice Cnps Beziqnc Markers
Poker Chips Crib boards Hoyles Games bound In cloth or paper Book keepers Enlers and Ruling
Pens something new Raters ebony rubber satin wood and flexible Parallel Rules any size
Rating Peas Sbadln Pens Dividers Compasses Thumb Tacks Mathematical Instruments Bill
Cases Check Cancellers Files Clip and Board Clips of all descriptions National Files letter and
cap sizes Favorite Bill Files Every day LetUr Flics Adhesive Files all sizes Ready Reference
Files Xos 123 4 Siring Baggage Hook and Umn Tags Vlsjting Cards gilt edge bevel edge
hin several siies Pencils and Fens great variety Pen holders abber wood cork and anti
aervoas Poit Protectors Knives Knife Erasers by Rgers the celebrated manufacturer Qall
aad Wood Tooth Picks Call Bells Bankers Inkstands Iron Tnkstands in several designs Muc
ages diSerent kiidi and siaes Treasury 3Incilage with brash just the thing for an onice Inks
Stephens Bine IRack and Copying Ink qta and pts Stephens Writing Fluid qts pts and half
pints Carters Writing Flald all kinds and sUes Arnolds all kinds and sUes Antolnes Copying
Iak Sandfords Inks Sandfords Carmine Peerless Crimson Peerless Carmine 5 different sizes
Giant Cement Post OfSce Scales Copying Presses Brnshes Bowls Rabber Sheets etc Manns
Copying Book boend and half bosnd cap and letter sizes Composition and Drawing Books P D
and S Copy Books Scrap and Invoice Books Blank Books bound and half bosnd Memorandum
had Other Books in great variety Cardboard 6 S and 10 ply Railroad Board Waste Paper
Baskots Lawn Tennis Rackets and Balls Banting FLAGS Hawaiian American and English In
all sizes aad in fact everything appertaining to a first class stationery business Racing Pictures
Latest Seasides Monroes and Other Libraries
e Orders taken for Books Periodicals and Newspapers published in all parts ot the world
tin RED RUBBER STAMPS TO ORDER 3m
CASTLE COOKE
TVould respectfully call renewed attention to their
LAEGE STOCK OF STANDARD GOODS
Especially selected to meet the demands of
Planters Sugar Mills and Mechanics
Recent large arrivals enable us to fill orders with increased satisfaction
and unremitting attention to the wants of our patrons and replenishing
stock from San Francisco Xew York and EngLind to disappoint our cus
tomers but very rarely To catalogue our varied stock or properly de
scribe it would take an entire issue of the Gazette supplement and all
in fine print Call and make your wants known We specially would
call attention to new supplies as follows
ASBESTOS FELT MIXTURE
Th bPAXDARD pipe and boiler covering
and Hair Felt
Pearl Palace and Vulcan Kerosene Oils
A large stock at bottom prices
FRANKLYX STOVE COAL in quantities to suit
Increased stocks and lines of Shelf Goods and rechanics Tools
1 Piles 11MCLS E3tc
A large line of AGATE WARE A splendid COOKING CROCK
1S
a new invention which should be in every nice kitchen
Fop the rest call and see for yourself
1170 3m
Aivertise in the Hawaiian Glazette
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
At No 25 Merchant Street Honolulu H I
iirtign SUrotrttotment
wuxrAm TiiMONn a ro
Shipping Commission lfrrcliauKi
COMMISSrON aqSRCHANTS I
77 nml 7i llrontl Ntrrct Vw York F
AVw Cllo A Cook and J T Water
TltKO Jt UATIB HAHOtO iAXWH
THE0 II PA VIES CO
Commission Merchants
12 fc 13 Tito Albany
MVKltrooL tin 1
Only Pebble Establishment
co jljjfsfsiy PWWej
Mullers Optical Depot
ita MontKomrry St near Bnh 8KCai
tar SpocInlty 30 Yoars o
The most complicated cae of defertlTB
vlflou thoroughly dlncnoI FUEK or
CHAHGE Ordeta by mall or rxprws promptly
attended to
DPCompound Astigmatic Lenea Mounted to
orucr at two noara notice lisi y
years in vnoieraic uiarrhcea and evdnBn
more terrible forms of Cholera itlf u3ai
witnessed Its snmrlslnolv n
m
DR J COLLIS BROYHOtf
chlorodyne
TIIK OKIGINAL and ONLY QESflNK
Advice to Inralldj f yoa wlti to obtain
quiet refreshing sleep free from headache re
lief from pain and ansttieh to calm and asacaec
tho weary achlngs of protracted dlsea e In
vigorate tho nervous media aad tvrnlato the
circulating systems of the body voo will pro
vtdevourselt with that marvellous remedy di
covered by Dr J Collls ate Armv
Medjcal blatl to which he care the name of
CHLOHOUYNB and which is admitted by the
ytrofeiston to be the most wonderful and valu
able remedy ever discovered
CHLOKODYNK Is the best remcdnkBown for
Coughs Consumption Bronchitis Asthma
CIILORODYNB acta like a charm in Diarr
hcea and is the only specific in Cholera aad
Dysentery
CULCRQDYXB eSectnally cuts short all at
tacks of Epilepsy Hysteria Palpitation and
Spasms
CIILORODYXE ts the only palliative In Neu
ralgia Rheumatism Gout Cancer Toothache
Meningitis c
From Symes A Co Pharmaceutical Chem
ists Medical Hall Simla January 5 1SS0 To
J T Davenport Esq 33 Great Russell Street
Bloomsbury London Dear Sir Wc embrace
this opportunity of consratnlatms you upon the
wide spread reputation this Justly esteemed x
medicine Dr J Collls Brownes Chlorodyne W
has earned for Itself not only In Illndoetan
butall over the East Asa remedy for general
nUllty we must question whether a better la
Imported Into the country and we shall be glad
to hear of Its finding a place In every Anglo
Indian home The other brands we aro sorry
to say are now relegated to the native bazaars
and Judging from their sale we fancy their
sojourn there will be but evanescent We
could multiply instances a if infinitum of the ex
traordinary efficacy of Dr Collia Brownes Chlo
rodyne In Diarrhoea and Dysentery Spasms
CrampsNcnralgia the Vomiting of Pregnaner
ana as a general seuauvc mat nave occnica
nnacr our personal observation during
We have never used any other form of hfi
meaicin man oiiis urowne s rrom a firm
Conviction that It is decldely the best and also
from a sense of duty we ow to the profession
and tho public as we are of opinion bat the
substitution of any other than Collls Brownes
Is a DELIBERATE UrEACH OP PAlTII OJt THE TABT - 3
OP TUB CUEJIIST TO rRSSOBIBSS JISD fATIEXT
alike We are Sir falthfollr yours Symes Jf S
Co Members of the Pharm Society of Great
Britlan His Excellency the Viceroys Chem
ists
CATjriON Vice Chancellor Sir W Pago
Wood stated that Dr J Collie Browne was
undoubtedly the Inventor of Chlorodyne that
the story of the defendant Freeman was de
liberately nntrue which he regretted to saT
hadbeen sworn to See The Times July 13
1S61
Sold in bottles at Is lHd 2s 9d 4s W
and lis each None is genuine without the
words Dr J Collls Brownes Chlorodyne on
the Government stamp Overwhelming medi
cal testimony accompanies each botl
Caution Beware of Piracy and Imitations
Sole Manufacture J T DAVKXPORT 33
Great Rnssell Street Bloomsburr London
1173 6m
Scncral SUtocrtiscincnts
THE BABC0CK WILCOX
Water Tube Boiler
Is snperceUIn j all other Steam Boilers
BECAUSE IT IS MORE -Economical
of Fuel
Less Liable to Explode
Easier of Transportation
A2TD COSTS XO MORE
tfZ Fnn decrPtIoa and pnes ean be ob
talned by application to
W E ROWELL Hoolulu
1147 y 3ol Agent Hawaiian Jalaads
The Hartford Fire Insurance Qo
r NKTKITT
UCOdPfRATKI 1810
Assets Jan 1 1887 505594645
red to accept risk mliis 5iRi 5 ifr
rtT7Bm AgentforthelIawafflfiJna4
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