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The Lut of the Land is Established
H Oiy LULU. J ULI 'SISl.
THE WAY IT'S DONE.
"Wp were at one time inclined
to believe that the present gov
ernment bad honest intentions,
and reallv meant to farther
nonular Government, and abide
with the decision of the people
Wo now learn that the boards
employed by the government to
promote registration are assuin-
ing a most hostile attitude to
wards men, who at one time have
been in opposition to them.
A. prominent politician who is
an American, and who is a mom
ber in good standing of the
American League called yester
day at the registration office, and
was refused a voting certificate,
because he neither belonged to
any military company or was a
member of the Annexation Club.
Minister King raised the objec
tion and tho man was barred out.
If that is the manner in which
tho governmont desires to do
business we shall cancel all our
willingness to encourage the peo
ple to register, and wo shall do
our level best to keep the country
in its present "fermented con
dition" for thevnexfc decade, be it
mlo or ruin. If tho men who ruu
the government haven't got sense
enough to consolidate their own
position by extending tho Jnind
of friendship, and compromise to
tho majority who now opposes
them, tho quicker we get to an
issuo, tho better it will be for
tho country. If tho proposition
of tho government is to control
tho next election at all hazards,
and bar out the opposition, it is
time to let it be known. Wo have
advocated and still we
"to fight or vote." Under tho
circumstances abovo referred to
wo can see no xoason to abandon
our policy but we cannot advise
thtjcople to vote.
What Is He?
Wo called the attention of tho
authorities to an outrage which
ri-i r i
was uummuiea a iew aays ago
wjien a young JtLawanan was ac
costed and stopped at tho pointof a
revolver by n follow who doinand
ua 10 Know wiiat tno young man
carried in a bng. Tho Hawaiian
together with two frionds had
beon out fishing and was return
ing homo witb fish and lines etc
in a bag. Ho refused to bo bull
uuiou oy uio urigana wno pre-
tonded to be a policeman and
laid a complaint with the police
tho following day. Upon inquiry it
"was learned that the midnight
marauder was a man named
Langloyo who seems to be a pot
ot tno American League and who
formerly was a special officer,
no was arrested -osterda' and
released on $500 bail furnished
by "Tim" Murray. The caso will
bo triod tomorrow, and it will
then perhaps bo learned by what
t. . ... r
ngut a private individual takes
upon himself the policing of tlie
The enterprise of Mr. Frank
Hoogs in arranging for an excur
sion to tho volcano is .highly
commendable, he volcano "is
in a very .tctivo state, and it is
tho regular vacation season.
Everybody who can afford the
money and spare tho time should
secure a ticket from Mr. Hoogs.
The excursion party will leave'
Honolulu on the 3rd of August,
and tho trip will bo highly inter
esting and all sccomodalious
Sd But True.
Protesiant and Ok tk olio wk&
sions in Polynesia are ooaiprd
thus sigaificaatly by Kr. Bryas
J. Ulmcke m tht Amcrt&in Catho
lic Quarterly lltviw;
The Gambia JUas and Wal
lis. td FtttM ia the South
PiiciSc ar a itrikix' oofltraat
today with Hawsii. Ia Um ftrst
&aMd groap th oouditioM of
.afaiw.wiMwi UaikolM auiiiterift
kwfeel tlrtw, t tlit yry Bum
when tlioir colleagues
r - ?
almost luemcaiiy mo samo as in t
the kingdom of Kamehameba.
The race was the same. with
similar language, institutions,
ami superstitions. Under the
sway i'f the Catholic Church tho
native population has.lstehdiry"
g txnv u i train m bVrs and in materi
al prosperity, and at the present
moment mey iorra te oniv
brani'li ol lue l'oiynesian rnci
WtllCn Can DC lulrly Said t llVC
To briefly sum up the results
of the Protestant missions in
Hawaii, it can be said that, get
ting practical control, both intel
lectual and political, of a heathen
race seeking for religious instruc
tion, they have only succeeded
in bnilding np a wealthy colony
of a few hundred planters and
merchants in the islands they
professed to evangelise. The
population whose conversation
was their nominal object has
welcomed them, and in two gen
erations it .has all but perished
Mr. G. Carson Kenyon has
taken the trouble to refute the
statements made by the Honolulu
correspondent of the United
Press Company in regard to his
alleged course of bribing Murray,
Klemme and other prominent
p. g. politicians.
We can.hardly understand that
Mr. Kenyon has had patience
enough to take anything (jt,u
scneiix wmcn emanates troin o.
E. Bishop the reputed correspon
dent of the United Press. Mr.
Kenyon has for some years been
the butt of the facetiousness and
bile of the Advertiser, and he has
beea classified as a man a little
worse than an ordinary murderer
or even a stage villain.
Nobody, though, has so far
accused him of being an idiot.
It was loft to tho reverend cor
respondent to the United Press
to place that stigma on Carson's
grey hair and goldrimmed glasses.
Only a double-distilled, super
natural fool would ever dream of
paying 5000 to either Klemme
or Murray, for political services
jghich none of them could render.
Only a triple distilled, especially
patented idiot would ever hand
Carson $10,000 to be used as a
political bribe. Neither he or
Cornwall have yefc aspired to re
served seats in tho insane asylum
and the accusation of S E Bishop
the roputod correspondent of the
United Press reaches tho pinna
cle. Mr. "Corn well's failure to
"put up" on Johnuy Ilayward
against JNevada may have led the
old sport to behove that all the
gallant colonel's ready cash has
found its way into tho coffers of
Kenyon-Ellomme and Murray.
Truth at Last.
Tho Eeviews of Eeviews, one of
tho most prominent American
periodicals has alwa3Ts assumed a
decided stand against the Hawai-
inns nnrl tlioif olflim frif coif-
governmont. It is a pleasure
now to see that a change of tone
lias taken place. A lecture of
James Schouler is referred to in
the following language:
Lecturer James Schouler gives
a review of the Hawaiian con
trovorsy" which tolls heavily
against the annexationists. The
nativo and Lalf-castes he de
scribes as "an iriterestinc and
intelligent race, ot wnom. in
round numbers, seven-tenths can
read and write '
with which only
England aud Germany perhaps.of
European countries can compete:
uioi-worsnip, equauy wuu can
nioansm, ttioy nave long since
cast aside, and they are now
clearly Christian in their relig
ious affinities, besides showiner
in tueir own modes of life those
distinctive Christian traits, not
s predominant -among their
more civilised teachers, of simple
si tli, mooknoss. SQlf-sacrificinsr
hospitality, and iorgivendas. of
ueir enemies bv whom tuey have
They numhr 9,700 votasagainst
a iuxciru oie ot scarcely o,aw. i
r : . i c - S mrn I
Tue annexationists ex Dec t the
franchise to he so "abridged" as
to easta the white vote dominate.
m. Schoiler warmly dcnoanoo i
uie enargee or immorality maae I
the Prinodss K&iulani, a yoaag j-
xiRwaiwin majority, oi Tar pr
sojm.1 charms aad-iBtaUct
who, seaaoaably rjemoVad -froaa.
praieiotts court i&SafioM a kw
ar ago, was privately eloated
l&agiaad smfor good gwrdian
ship, aad,has latsly bea tray!-'
ling in tke United S4t, okark
ig all who kvdi WHrair
' bidden to outerIWu, was
FOR THE VOLCANO.
; A Personally Conducted Excur
I sion to Start Soon.
Those who have never seen the
V olcano i and even these whoi
have, will seize with aviditv the
j chance to visit Hawan's ureafc
; w-nnfWnnW cnfli T-Mnmcfanc
as aie presented. Pele is now
more active than she has been for
years, and than she will be for
years to come. To realize this
fact, Frank Hoogs has organized
an excursion party which will
leave for the Yolcano on. August
the 3rd, a week from tomorrow.
The party will be personally con
ducted by Mr. Hooss. who has
had considerable experience in
this line, and thoroughly under
stands his business. Special in
ducements are offered to those
who take the journey, although
the price for the trip is onlv $50
for an eight davs absence from
Honolulu. This is the chance of
a lifetime, and one - that no
one can afford to miss. Tickets
are for sale at tho office of the
Wilder S. S Co.
We do not hold ourselves responsible for
the opinions or the utterances of our
As you have reprinted the base
less calumny of the United Press ;.
uurrespmmeni, uere naming my-
self as "a go-between in an alleged
ray aim memine w oecorae roy-
ansts, win vou Jimmy insert
this absolute and unqualified de
nial-6n my part of any such
attempt or even kndwledge of
such attempt. I have never in
my life attempted any such base
action and personally I regard
those who attempt to (rive, who
give or who take hribe3 as in a
lower category than a highway
robber or a murderer. If the
Roy. S. E. Bishop is the author
of the correspondence as you as-
sere no win 11 no nas an'
ior nis own reputation as a man
or for tho honor of his cloth either
publicly acknowledge . that he
has been mislead or mistaken or
he will endeavor to verify his un
iounaeci sianaer puDiiciv or ior
ever earn the contempt of all
honest men who regard the writer
or publisher of lies for lucre with
a wholesome abhorrence.
G. Oarsoj( Kenyon.
Honolulu, July 26th, 1894.
Steam CANDY Fact0ry'
Ice 0l 6(1111 PftliOrS !
In all brashes of the bnsinet on
American, English, German and French
PASTRIES Made to Order.
BIRTH - DAY AM) WEDDING (JAKES
Hade of iW Very Best Material asd
ramny uranam tTancy oreao
Jlx&va oft II aud,
&w at rrtces.aa eywr t-utMAmcat
mr -FACTORY AKD STORE,
Gckmt Sag si yHHrSwk
SMd MlpVKMtt tktt is)4V
July 24, 1894.
In "Puddenhead Wilson'
osophy" Mark Twain says:
"Put all of your eggs in one basket
and watch thai basket." Eggs
are not the only things to which
this applies, we can make it fit
stoves and change eggs into
dollars and make it read Invest
your coin in a Pansv Stove and
the stove will watch itself. We
have been watching these stoves
for the past five years, and find
them the best iron stove sold in
this market for the money,
Where else than at our store can
you get a stove that will do every
thing that a $50 stove will do and
get it for $25? Echo answer,
'the place isn't built.' We have
sold hundreds of these stoves in
Honolulu, and never had a com
plaint. Two weeks ago, we sold
one to a gentleman on Hawaii,
and yesterday he ordered another
for a friend. The stove sells
itself through its fuel
qualities, and because, it is a
g00(l balcer You can got other
stvles of stoves if vou arQ not
particular as to tho quantity
of fuel 0u burn Qr L
food is cooked. There's no dys
pepsia in meals prepared on a
TVe received last week a lot of
wire clotlies-lines tliat hold
washed ""clothes without using
pins. It is a sort of double wire
arrangement and tho pieces are
held in between; the harder the
wind blows the tighter tho pieces
are held to the line. There is
absnlntftlv nr flnntror of flio
clothinjr being toruas tberQ is
nothing sharp about the line.
"While the cost is a trifle greater
than rope, this new stylo will
last so much longer that it is
economical to buy the pinless
The CLAUSS is one of the
new fangled saw-edge knives that
cuts warm-bread without leaving
it heavynd iced cake without
making crumbs There are two or
three d:fierent makes of these
knives, all on the same principle
and each one pronounced the
best on earth by the manufac
turers. We selected the Clauss,
which we believe as a disinterest
ed spectator to be better than its
neighbors. Ton never had any
thing in your life that give as
much satisfaction for a dollar. If
j you were buying tho other sort
you would get only one.
The favorite sewing machine
m any community is the one. that
does the most for the least money
and which runs the easiest. In
it m "TIT !.
iue "wertueim you nave a
machine that sews three distinct
stitches The Lock, Chain and
Embroidery and runs easier than
any other macliine, and you pay
twenty dollars less for it. Econ
omy stands boldly every side
when you buy a "Wertheim. In
:.mc sing cue onain stitcn is pre
ferable, but in other kinds of
work, the lock stitch is the .best.
If you buy a machine that sews
the lock, unless it is a Wertheim,
it won't sew a chain stitch
I Tlicre's no particular saving in
bninS machine with hot ono
stitch, the Wertheim does three
and saves yoa Ibis of trouble and I
We've- just unpacked six casks
of sUndlampsihat were, built for
hard times. They have metal
bases and axe decorated so as, to
make a very neat appdaxanee in
.room. "We don't think yoa can
get as good a lamp anywhere else
for the money, try as hard as yoa
Onr aiock of table catlary,
spopas and forks is as large a
vor will fiod in any store in San j
Pranoisoo, and onirprkae cofapare
fcavorably with thoaa ia 2ftw
M. REIS & J.C. QUINN
TO THE PUBLIC: It job. are thlnkla
about shoppie, calling or taking In the
sishts, rin? up 2.X). where too can obtain
& rst-clsss carriage with elfgaat torses and
a civil driver, or If yon ehooie td drive your
self, vn can accommodate yoa with tvUh
Bttie. Phaetons, Sanies and Wwroaettes.
We hare forlirary hores the finest Toite
Iu the Republic. Our livery horses comprise
some of the well-lcoovru roadster, bcq a
the Grav-eagle, "White-swan. Prince Henrr,
Abadeila Roanoke, Ladj Teiapleton, Steve
whipper and others: a child caa drive any of
these horses, but it takes a Kansas cyclone to
pass one of them on the road. For farther
particulars, rinj; up 290, or call at our stand
and office next "to . O. Hall a Sou. jy 28.
T. H. Dayies
Per Warrimoo," Just
New Dry Goods
Bailey Honolulu Made
TEE UKDEKSIGXED kriv Laos OmW
F aajmg seeoaais BmimA Ite ski ;
to Tgnmmi ihtm to kin, jmlr
, . x. H. XEunat,
ilaaa, Jir 7ti, m.
; f ItiTiii.".? T -3----- r w.
CITY BRAYAGE CO .
White and Black Sasd.
Draying Don at Reasonable Rater.
W. r. SRARRETT, Masagzr.
FACTORY, : : KAhlHI.
Taro Plants, Fresh Tops and Ratv
Tu m f nil fim3
Ring Up Mutual Telephone ofT.
Bell 345. W. L. WILCOX,
RING UP MUTUAL TELE. SI2. :
NIEPER'S Baggage Express,
Office, 223 Fort St Honolulu. EL I. C
Baggage and Furniture Carefully
Handled and Delivered at Short
Notice to All Parts of the City.
Stand on Cor. of Fort it Qceen Sta.
Jxiction Sale of DRice;
In persuance of instructions from UO SUN
ofEvra, Island of Oahu. 11. 1., the taortcajpht
named In a Cbattle Mortase, cxecutw by
CHEONG KIM TAI, dated October 24th.
1S32, and recorded in Liber 1SS?, pages 23T-S,
I hall sell to the highest bidden at auction,
at mv Sales Room, Honolulu, on SATURDAY
the 2$tu day of July, 1SW, at 12 o'clock noon,
tho following: property, viz:
The Rice Plantatiou, known as the Cbbonj:
Kim Tai. (formerly the Yee Hop Co), Planta.
Uon. at WalklkMcal, Honolulu, includlnzall
leases of lands embraced therein, on which
are dwclliny house, outhouses, threshing
floor and cqnipnienU of a well conducted rice
plantaUon; also all the implements of culti
vation, howes, wagon, etc.
A schedule of the leases and other propertr
concerned may be seen at the office of C Vf.
AsiirouD, Attornev for the Mortgagee.
Terms of Sale, Cash,-Deeds at expense ot
T. B. Murray-
Is Yet to Ic Found
Ou the Olrt Sinml, No. 11
King fSt.His TJiiNino.vs u.h
When the "PEOPBES?
PARTZ"gets smashed 'he
will be ready to
REPAIR, PAINT AND TRIM IT J
At n Beasonablo Figure. No
Extra Chareo for Fnrnisliinrrr
w 7 D
thorn with Common Sonso.
LET THEM EING UP.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE i572.
City - Carnage
107 KING STREET
Blacksmith Work ?
In all ifs"Branche3, at Bed
Give m a
Weiland Extra Pate
2-Schoont rs iw: 25 Qit. 7