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OUR COMMISSIONER T'tfHAvVA!L
Somotaincox tlio Career ml
ttea of Jamci IT. Blount.
Janea H.'Elopnt as special commlBioner
for Hawnji and his hurried departure
have'arousccl Qva3temoantof dissrKsioa
and conjecture. Whilo tho precise object
of Ms mission is debated a good deal
of interest is aroused in th'o personal
character and history of Mr. "Blount
JAME3 H. BLOUNT.
He represented tho Sixth district of
Georgia in 10 consecutive congresses, and
under such peculiar and vnrying circumstances
as ."to nialvO his career a sort c
congressional political romance. He was
first elected in 1872 and served continuously
until 4. 1B93. when he retired
Mr. Blount-was bom in Georgia Sept.
12, 1837, and during the civil war fought
bravely on" the Confederate side, bnt
when tho matter was fought to a finish
ho devoted all his energies to healing
tho breacb.es of war, and tho restored
union has no stronger defender than he.
He is stoutly built and broad shouldered,
with blue eyes, thick hair, now rather
gray, and a smoothly shaven face. His
method of speaking is rather slow and
deliberal i ve indeed at t vt start ho seems
heavy if not dull but as he goes on he
becomes more animated, and his sentences
contain a rude and pure eloquence.
It is known that he first suggested to
President QeVeland tho plan of Bending
some ono to Investigate tho condition of
tho islandsand it is" believed thathe was
selected becajlse his temperament is that
of a judgq rather than an advocate. At
first view one would Liko luui for a man
awayederj liltle indeed by sentiment,-and
yet it is a fact that he is most popular
among the most enthusiastic and
sentimental of north Georgians. At his
homo in 3Iacon and in tho adjacent region
he is extremely popular, yet his mental
makeup i3 that of a judge, of a man
qnito slow and deliberate in arri ing at
American Pre33 Association.
Booked to Leave.
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to leave on the Australia :
Mrs. Iveech and child, Dr. F. L.
"Minor Trifa anrl nliilrl ATra C W
Ashford and child, Mr. and Mra. J.
Wight, Mrs. C. B. Wells, Mrs.
Mrs. Maguire, Mrs. Marks, Miss
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Miss Helen Kinney, C. S. Hnrlbnrt
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mmg, JJr L. Holden, Mrs. McLean
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Thnrston and child. Mrs. Hitchcock,
F. W. Lonnsbnrg, Capt. Sayce, S. E.
Laidloy, Baron Lnttwitz, Hon. C. L.
McArthur and wife, D. N. Gratley
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H. G. Howland, Mrs. W. R. Maffett,
Mrs. E. Pomeroy, Mrs. W. D. Witham,
Mrs. Andrew Moore, Elizabeth Baker,
Anna Holmes, Mrs. Jjongley, George
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Miss Jtilake, Xj. d. Urane-and wife, F.
Barwick, T. J. Knapp.
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JLN Messrs. G. V. JWfarlane & Co. or
Mr. G. W. are no longer
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Co. of London. All persoi having business
with said Companj are notified
that from this date till fc ther notice,
all dealings mnst tie wuh undersigned.
WILLIAM It. C.-.-.TLE,
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Queen's Hospital Notice.
T11E TRUSTEES ITAVTVO
X provided special accommodation, Ladles
repairing Hosplut treatment can be received
to either of ihp ntrnrit,tf.
tdans Per Order.
Honolulu, April Iff, 1633 ""ilTIJ
FULL TBXIhm OF-A MUCH-MOOTED
Compromising -'l Sentiments
Has Been Misrepresented.
From the Hawaiian. Star..
The letter from Hon. L. A.
Thurston to John F. Colbura was
brief and without compromisine
T. H Daviea is over hero now.
about the restoration of Kaiulani,
but there is no more possibility of it than
theroia of the restoration of Dora Pedro
to Brazil. It a simple waato of enerp y
on the part of anybody to spend their
timo in attempting to restoro what ba
fallen through its own weakness
recozaizos this condition fuHyhere,
and ia now conDoinE his fight to get aa
much money as ho can oat ot it Jor tho
Queen. Tho question for you and me
and the others oi ns who expect to con
tinue to live, in. Hawaii-to consider is,
what is coming next' If the native
leaders hang back in a sullen way
and opposa annexation, tooth and
toenail, it may very likely have some
influence upon the immediate adoption
of an Annexation Treaty. It willonly
cause delay, however, but cannot Interfere
with ultimate annexation. It will
also generate much ill-feeling and
differences of opinion on race
lines, which of all things is tho one
which wo ought to do the most to discourage
Aa I aaid, the most that opposition
to annexation will succeed in
affecting is delay. That is to Bay, the
Provisional Government will remain In
power. The United States recognizes
it as tho government, and will continue
to do so until some other understanding
is arrived at by mutual agreement.
sfintimpnt Tn ?t Afr Thni S " UB" "a"VB ?PP"Hon,
w.....uu...... .. v ... uutdhuu iinn tinoa nm rata n are. i! A.nA
refrained from giving his political
views but referred Sir. Colburn to
another letter which he had addressed
to Antone Rosa and of
which the following is a copy.
The Star readers will see that the
letter does not bear out the interpretation
which royalist leaders
have placed upon it :
Washington, D. C, Mar,
Hon. Antone Eos.v.
FniEND Rosa: Yours of March 1st is
duly at hand. I am very sorry that the
band boys have taken the course which
they have. It is certain that they cannot
get work enough in Honolulu to support
themselves from the receipts of an
independent band,as there are not people
enough there who could afford to pay for
a band of that size to give tho boys a
With regard to my taking charge of
them in Chicago, I thank you for the interest
you have taken in the matter and
their confidence in me, but for several
reasons I would be unable to do it. In
the first place the expenses of so large a
number of men are very heavy, and it is
only by a systematic arrangement that
the business part of the trip could bo
mado a success. This would renuira thp
laying out of a regular series of entertainments,
with detail arrangements
with theatres, fair, etc. This time I
cannot possibly cive to them, as mv
own business at Chicago will necessarily
take a great deal of time. In the second
place, I should not think of such a thing
as undertaking to.engineer sucli a combination
as the Hawaiian band without
a thoroughly competent musical leader
such as Berger. I think they will make
a great mistake it they go on there under
the leadership of the Manila man that
you speak of, or any of their own number.
It requires something besides the
ability to blow in the end of a trumpet
to conduct a band. You yourself know
how rapidly the band has always deteriorated
when Berger has been away. Of
course, there are other men in tho world
just as good as Berger, but the boys are
a peculiar lot, anu l Knowot no one who
has been able to handle them or get
music out of them as he has. I should
therefore very seriously doubt, tho
of their going at all unless they
can get him as a leader. I hope that
something can be done by which their
differences with Berger and the Govern
ment can be fixed up, so that thev can
go to Chicago, as I think their presence
there would be of great benefit to Hawaii.
You can tell any of those
men in Honolulu, who you say are inter
esting themselves to keep the band out
of my control that thty need not worry
themselves any longer about it If the
band comes to Chicago, I will do everything
in my power to assist them and
forward their interests and shall be glad
to employ them during part of1 the time
to plavat the Volcano Building; further
than this I have no desire nor intention
to have anything to do with or any control
over them, although I presume this
will be difficult for some of our
friends who cannot imagine any
one doing anything except for Drivato
gam, to unuerstanu.
I am glad that you have succeeded in
settling up the Aylett suit with tho
Bishop "estate. I will writo to W. O.
Smith to represent me" in the matter, as
the probability is that I will be unable
to come back until after the opening of
the Fair, and after that my movements
You say that you hope that we will do
what Ib fair for allot you here. You
ought to know by this time that we desire
nothing else. I think, Rosa, that
you have got an opportunitynow to take
a stand that will not only be beneficial
to yourself, hut in the highest degree
beneficial to your people. I desire to
say a lew words to you on the subject,
knowing that from your superior education
and associations yon can appreciate
the logic of events, and what the future
is likely to bring forth as very few of
those who look to you for guidance and
as a leader can. What is done withfn
the next month or two is going to affect
the future of Hawaii for a great many
years. A vast number of the natives
will look to you and Colburn and a few
others for their opinions and
uuu; anu wnetner you late a narrow
view of matters or a broud one is going
to be a radical factor in the settlement
of the question at issue. There are sev
eral tnings are settlen and determined,
and if we all recognizethem and
act upon that basis the results will necessarily
very different from what
they otherwise will be. One of these,
certainties is that the monarchy is pan.
The Queen and her partizans may not
appreciate this, and will probably continue
to labor under the delusion that
there is a possibility of her res oration.
-lift n iftiVkmmmm ril'i mfti&0UliMmfk&ak
. ..vu vw w Mb. Aivivbiuiatc
WU bo the result. As I said before, this
win not oe a protectorate of the Hawaiian
Government under the monarchy,
but will bo a continuation of the present
government under the protection of the
United States. In either case, that of
simple delay, or of the protectorate, a
continuation of the present autocratic
svstcm of government will result, which
is a thing which neither yon. nor those
you represent, nor the Provisional Government
desire. It means a government
of force, with the attendant probable
conspiracies against it and general
of business and degeneration of
values, which will prevent business enterprise
from development and bo injurious
to us all, whilo no end of personal
and party differences and hard feeling
will be generated. If the Provisional
Government and its leaders were bent on
the rulo or ruin policy, with no other object
in view but to secure control of the
Government, which Peterson and his
boodle friends are always harping upon,
we would want nothing better than the
protectorate proposition, which would
leave us in control of the Government
with Uncle Sam's troops to keep order.
We want nothing of the kind, however,
and havo resisted all propositions from
the government here looking to a government
on that basis; although we
could secureatreaty of that description
without difficulty, as the entire opposition
in tho United States to annexation
advocates freely the