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H.UJNOL.IJI1U, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1891.
PRICE 5 OJSNTfc.-
ft
. tt V
mm Advertiser
1
,i?tept Sundays,
. ifl Merchant St.
CILL OF HAWAII
L fith the Famous Revo
Lion Kingdom Affairs.
ffiiror. the leader of the
OS ainst the missionary
ftrolling tne aua
gedoathe Aasiraua u uCO
... Khode Islander, who
.;;ph Tsknds fifty years
mother a native princess of
rtftbe facial and other
& istics of his mother's
is more of Roman
C in his nasal appendage
f
W
W'58 . . it, mvllnorv lid If.
fauna id uiiij
"j-HiwAiUn type.
"boot thirty-three years old,
j cir fppt. expresses Lis
' J ...lUr rrulpS himSfilf
aranu ii-."- r
4 that position to the mter
iSl Hawaii that Parnell had to
l of Ireland not long ago xio
jstle of home rule ior nawaii
interference."
ffrom that, Wilcox has a ro-jiory-
In 18s5, throuSh l.ne
i one ereai sovereign wnu
ijwas sent from Honolulu to
;il with letters winch resulted
jmrnand from King Humbert
to the royal artillery school
fiastobe thoroughly educated
i'ctive branch of military war
imebow Cupid wa3 stronger
t.s ud angles, and the Donna
idsaghier of the greatest prince
Viltalv, the house of Colonna,
I l a. 1 r o
wiia wcicu me uuuse ui oa-
A HAWAIIAN InAD$R.
t
King, was only
?n irfi TOTfTninff
4 ikJ IVi&UlU. a
Vitao annpnmliArl tn tha hi and
a me stalwart irom tne iar-on
l;
i the Pacific, and they were
ricess Victoria was the daugh-
:oa Sobrer , Colonel of honor-
pry in His Italian Majesty's
il Piedmont, who had married
fi daughter of Prince Colonna
I to the head of the house, who
c-n ago married the daughter of
J.May.
lotion of 1887 suddenly called
piffle on an order of his King,
,Ua wife he started for Hono
Sn Francisco.
Me concluded to set up the cry
4 for the Hawaiians, and to
- he meant business headed a
He had associated with him
Bash, whose father, like his,
fiaencan who had married a
-wea, and wno at vari0U8
been Governor nf Kavcaaa a r rl
ft Finance and of the Interior.
COMMON ISSUES.
solution was squelched, and
;' was accused of fomenting
was acquitted by a jury ot
irrmen. .
Mi 13 not a bit dismayed, and
wueve ! by constitutional agita
gae faded to do by revolution.
he French and Italian
rdtaks English correctly.
Hujany issues." w.M h o0 '
common to the people of the
tw ,ou,have your Chinese.
E; not disturb us,
question i3 what disturbs
0 Yan t absorb allthe
m (n .u , Ulttw 1118 une i
Nuln ??,Eueb? Plantation,
-
(from the s. f. chronicle.)
Robert W. Wilcox; the leader of the
revolution in the Hawaiian Islands, in
1889 is in the city on a three weeks' visit.
His connection with political affairs at
the islands and his,, ability to speak of
these matters relative to future events,
makes an interview with him particular
ly interesting; besides, bis domestic
Kflffairs. which are entiralv fipnarafA am
worth more than passing notice, from the
fact that his wife is related to one of the
oldest and most aristocratic families of
Italy.
Mr. Wilcox is a man about thirty-five
years of age, six feet -high and weighs
about 170 pounds. He is a native of the
islands, but of a lighter complexion than
that race, owing to the fact that his
father was a Rhode Islander.
" I came to this. city," said Mr. Wil
cox, " purely on private motives. . My
brother-in-law, Baron Charles 8obrero,
is here, and I have matters which I wish
to confer with him about. My wife re
turned to Turin, Italy, shortly before the
1889 .revolution. Our child, which was
born at the Grand Hotel in this city,
died shortly after her arrival at the
home of her people. . She has remained
there ever since, and I hardly expect her
to return to the islands at present.
" I was sent to Italy in 1880, at the ex
piration of my term in the Legislature,
by the Hawaiian Government , to study
artillery, and remained there nearly
seven years, when I married my
wife, who is a cousin of Prince
Colonna. The late ' Baron Sobrero
of the celebrated Piedmont Artil
lery married Donna Victoria, and
they were the parents of my wile.
In 1887 we left Turin on our honeymoon,
which we intended . to spend in the isl
ands. I received a notification while on
my journey re-calling me to Honolulu.
This was the revolution of 1887, which
put a government in power that curtailed
the privileges theretofore enjoyed by the
late King Kalakaua, who was then on
the throne. I remained in the islands
with my wife about six months, when we
came to this city and spent a year here.
She then desired to return to Italy, and
we parted, I going to Honolulu and uhe
to Turin."
Regarding the present political situa
tion on the islands he said that although
matters were very quiet yet there was a
mild undercurrent of interest in the
coming political campaign of next Feb
ruary, and that preliminary steps for a
thorough organization were in-progress.
The election next February was of more
than ordinary significance, as the num
ber of nobles and representatives, to be
elected would form the majority at the
Legislature meeting in June, and the
reins of government would be in their
hands. The main body of the Hawaiian
people were in favor of self-government.
They were weary of being ruled by for
eigners, and Wilcox believed that the
approaching elections would show that
the time was ripe for the Hawaiians to
rule Hawaii. , '
THE HONOLULU
IRON
WORKS
0.
Have on Hand and For Sale
THE FOLLOWING
TO BE OFFERED ON ;
Liberal Terms!
m of "lcu grievance
Auere was no
3. it ...7'
i8a fTican newspapers
45 country wr,7 ncuuut 118
frestv tK?here can we tie ud.
fcipwu has the mrk
? I0r Tour people.
Puberal party.
k&lxttss . dfarfls.
J. B. CASTLE,
Commission Merchant.
Office Cartwright Building, .
Merchant Street, : Honolulu, H. I.
2651-y
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attorney and CounseUor-at-Law.
Office -Kaahumanu Street,
by Mr.
(In office formerly occupied
1651-ly Rogers).
C
WILLIAM C. PARKE,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
Agent to take Acknowledgments.
OrriCK No13 Kaahumanu Street, Hono-69-y
- lulu, H.I.
CHARLES F. PETERSON,
Typewriter and Notary Public
Office with L. A. Thurston.
2781-q
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
T Steam Engines,
Bailers, Sugar Hills, Coolers, Brass
and Lead Castings,
And machinery of every description made to
oraer. Particular attention paid to ships' blaok-
l aumog. jod won ezeontea on cue bdotibbi
notice. - a3
MISS D. LAMB,
Stenographer and Type-writer,
Office of J. A. Magoon, Merchant street,
near the Postoffice. 2753
DR. EMERSON,
OFFICE 135 Fort St., (formerly Dr. Tuc-
Jeer's office).
OrricK Houks 9 to 11 a. m., and 2 to 3
p. m. ; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
Bell Telephone No. 51. Residence 5
Telepl
School street.
2782-3mq
I to
hi.
a republic is
Care tO UnSftt nnr
1 -
BO Inner aa
iae majority of the
rSal S,aH to organ
ic p ' ral cartv nA
Vl . vunmittio
i
ha VP
thirtv-nno n
8of?lplanof campaign
?-Winhe Nonary in
barespect,inthe countrv fe want to
trn,h8a7u-. Bu who is a
Uh5.T&erful Pr,
!;e.vice of the r K-- ,te
.isiaka l?e Nation ' and
lthnaofthetinS
iliasnM 7 Actions. We
is not 1 0 American
n. erwas notanAm-
MiiSball
(1)I3x24in. Cummer Engine.
(1) 10x20in. Cummer Engine: 1 ;i
(1) Putnam Screw Cutting Lathe, 18ln.
swing, 12ft. bed; most improved
r . type. . ;r -) I
(1) 20-Ton Vacuum Pan, (H. I. Wi Op
make),' built in sections ; cjmpl0te
- with iron stage and Blake's Direct
Vacuum Pump, 1 8x24x24in '
4)30in. Weston's Centrifugals.'- j
Complete Diffusion Plant for a Ra
pacity of 400 1 long tons caneper
- deim. Manufactured. J)y the San-
- eerhausenCo.iand to arrive in Sept.
. The two Cano Slicing Machinea; fpr
this- Diffusion-Tlant are . the latest
and most improved typer seu:reeu
ing with Cane Carrier) and?haye
been successfully used on Sugar cane
at factory and given tne mgueHb
satisfaction. . . ' "
(1) 8ft. Cell to Multiple Effect (H. I.
W. Co. make). Can be easily con
nected to any of the H. I. W. Oor s
- Multiple Effects.
(75)-Wheeled Coolers, 30xS0x30in. .
(I) Duplex Water Pump. 16xl4xl2in.
Capacity, 2 million sals, it 24 hours
to a height of 120 feet with a boiler
pressure of a201bs per square inch.
XX"A11 the above Machinery is new,
in perfect order and right from the man
ufacturing establishments where it was
made.
ALFRED S. H ART WELL,
Counsellor - at " Law
Office in Cartwright Building, opposite
Post Omce, Honolulu, i. 1.
2789 1379-tf
FRANK B. AUERBACH,
Agent to Take Acknowledgements to
. Instruments fob the District
or Kona, Oahu.
Office Oahu R. R. & L.Co.'s Depot, up-
strtiis
May 11, 1891. 2787-lm
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Succeaiors to Lew en & Dickson)
Importers and Dealers In Lumber
And all Kinds of Building Materials.
So. 62 FOBT 3TBEET, Honolnln. 8728
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In
GENERAL HERO HAND IS E.
Ha. 25-81 Queen Street. Honolulu." 2728
H. HACKFELD & CO-,
General Conimissioii Agents
Oor. Fort & Queen Bts., Honolulu. 3728
W. E. R0WELL,
Engineer and Surveyor
Boom 5, Spreckels' Block.
... 82-y .. . ".. ; " - -
IP YOU ABE IN SEARCH OF
EM1I
ES (111 ffl
T
II
11111
1
GOODS
G- O TO
s
1ST.
104 Port Street,
SACHS',
: Honolulu, H. I.
WHERE YOU
WILL FIND A NEW
ASSORTMENT OF
AND CHOICE
EMBROIDERED FLOUNCES
,. For Ladies and Children;
EMBROIDERY,
Nainsook;
EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS, in Swiss, Hamburg and
WHITE GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION; and an immense assmt. of
Fancy Striped and Plaid Wash Materials
- In the Newest Designs;
AT REASONABLE PRICES !
The Popular Milliiiery House, 104 Fort S
2651-q
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
DEALERS IN
BUILDERS' AND GENERAL HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES
Carpenters Blacksmiths' Machinists' and Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods, and
General Merchandise.
. - . ..
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs. and Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jane & Sons Family Medicines.
2651 1356-q '
WILLIAM O. ACHI,
Attobney and counsellor at law,
Notary Public nd Kel Estate
- Broker.
Office 36 Merchant Street. 2728
BEAYEri SALOON,
fort Street, Oppoiute Wilder A Co.',
4 fl. J. HOLTB, PBOPBIETOB.
.iu. Limchei Serted wltli Tea, Cofie
mr-.- , . , .1. miv
goo wier, uiuRw vm.
Open From . m. till 10 p.
jflTfimoteri Beqnllte Specialty.
ENTEEPEISE PLANING MILL
- Proprietor.
PETER HIGH,
OFFICE AND MXEjI
On Alakea and Richards near Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I,
Doors
Sash
MOULDINGS,
Blinds
Screens
Fraies
Etc, Etc.
TURNED AND SAWED WORK.
NTCW MACHINERY with the latest im-
M .- r VI Will ' llinii M. KiVA. W WVA fcJW li W ' '
wfcr" . f
remei
1 wor
engaged
Honolulu and San Francisco Mail Service
TIME TABLE
OF THE
Oceanic 8teamsliip Co.
(subject to change.)
The Austbalia and Zealandia
Leave 8n Francisco at 2 o'clock P. M.
Leave Honolulu at 12 M. Tuesdays.
The Through Steamers Leave San Fran
cisco and Honolulu Thursdays.
LEAVE ARBIVE
8TEAMEB. SAN FBANCISCO. HONOLULU.
Mariposa...;.. June 25 .... July 2
Zealandia. June 30 .... July 7
Australia July 14 .... July 21
Monowai July 23 .... July 30
Zealandia July 28 .... Aug. 4
Australia Aug. 11 .... Aug. 18
Alameda Aug. 20 Aug. 27
Zealandia Aug. 25 Sept. 1
Australia Kept. 8 .... Bept. 15
Mariposa ...... Sept. 17 .... &ept. 24
Zealandia Sept.. 22 .... kept, 29
Australia...... Oct. 6 .... Oct. 13
Monowai Oct. 15 .... Oct. 22
LEAVE ABBIVE
STEAMES. HONOLULU. BAN FBANCI8CO.
Australia...... June 30 .... July 7
Monowai July 2 .... July 9
Zealandia...... July A .... July 21
Australia July 28 .... Aug. 4
AlamHla July 30 .... Aug. 6
Zealandia...... Aug. 11 .... Aug. 18
Australia...... Aug. 25 .... Kept. 1
Mariposa...... Aug. 27 .... Sept. 3
Zealandia...... Sept. 8 .... Sept. 15
Australia Kept. 22 .... Sept. 29
Monowai....... Sept. 24 .... Oct. 1
Zealandia Oct. 6 Oct. 13
Australia Oct. 20 .... Oct. 27
Alameda ...... "Oct. 22 .... Oct. 29
Zealandia Nov. 3 Nov. 10
Australia...... Nov. 17 .... Nov. 24
Marioosa Nov. 19 .... Nov. 26
2690-3m
H. LOSE,
Commission Agent.
Patentee of " Lose's Chemical Com
pound" far Clarifying Cane Juice; of
which supplies are kept on hand.
5THe will attend to
trusted to him.
any business en-
OFFICE- MERCHANT ST., NO. 42.
Telephones Mutual 128; Bell 152.
P. O. Box 338. 2793-Sm
Australian Mail Service
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
JThe new and fine Al steel steamsbip
ALAMEDA
99
Ot tbe Oceanic Steamship Company, will bedut
at Honelulu from Hydney and Aackland
on or about
July 30, 1891,
nd will leave for tne abeve port with maUs anc
passengers on or about tbat date.
For freight or passage, having HUPEBIOB
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. (x. Irwin & Co.,,
AQKTS.
Pioneer Steam
CAM FACTORY and BAKERY.'
F, HORN Practical Coniectioner,
PaBtrv Cook and Baker.
Telephone 74.
No. 71 Hotel St.
1356 2651
ATLAS
Assurance Company
FOUNDED 1B08.
" LONDON,
Capital. -Assets,
- .
$ 6,000,000
$ 9,000.000
Having been appointed Agents of the
above Company we are now ready to
effect Insurances at the lowest rates of
premium.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
1361 2684-q
LOVE'S BAKERY
Be 73 Xanana Street.
K38.E0BT.L0VE,
Proprietress,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
MONOVAI
99
t received sumo xxjt uiawiu.i" , ; ,
nrovements from one of the best firms m tne uasi, we are uuw yy
2728
JSZSjrttoitt ever before, arid having lately
eneaeed several firet-class mechanics, we will make a specialty of
Counters, Shelving, Stairs, Etc., Etc.
ipCTTrompt attention to all orders.
Ot theOceanlo Steamship Company, will be
due at Honolulu Irom San Francisco
or or about -
July 30, 1891.
And wUl have prompt dl3pa ten with malls an
assengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPEBIOB Af
COMMODATIONS , apply to -
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
2651q AGENTS.
CASTLE & COOKE.
HARDWARE,
- . '
Shipping and Coininission Merchant
IMPOBTKES AHD DKALIKS IS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Uantation Agents,
Life, Fire and Marine
lnsuraace Agents.
1356 HONOLULU. H, I. 2651-q
Cor
1
a20. pnce she left
trfUnxriryfr ft verv larffe stock of ma-
.l'U1 kT.1111 oa lot 8vs- tenals on nana, purcuasw
neU out the Govern- Possible prices ' by our ; Manager when
recently in Europe ami
States, we are "prepared to farnish ml?
kind of Sugar Machinery on short noace
and at prices to suit the times. ,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
'-" 1384'2821-tf
Bin pa
-;ti ! VII IT -
theZ'.Will
come here
ai l return to
, ae 01 ft mnnfK tr-
THE EOT AL SALOON,
Nanana and nereaant Streeta
Under ths Management of
E. H- F. Wolter,
seen always In stock a variety of ths best Wines.
KiorsTSirs.andloo cold beers on draught at
a wni pe gtaw. m :..
f-CaU and Se PTa 2551
LE WIS & CO.,
WhoIesalevauJ Keyi Grocers,
i'hr7C8enC8 hare T XV "J.11 lIle
H Jttc tSjumor that he
.I2S" with the
A
mwRTTHlSR - f - the . heading
Dally Paper of the Islands.
Ill FOST
Upl4ia 9 to.
STBEET.
V. O. Bos 97
f7"MUTUAL 55.
to;
T K Xj E X H ONES:
2724-q
WM. G. lRWDi k- COMPANY,
(Limited.;
Wm.G. Ibwis, - President and
CLATJ8 SPBECEKL8, - - . V" . ,
Waltxb M. Gitfabd
Every Description of Plain and Fancy
Bread and Crackers,
F BE BH
Soda Crackers
Saloon Bread
Always on Hand.
MILK BEEAD
A 8PE01ALTY. A
f wland Orders Promptly Attended to.
2651-q
C. BREWEE & COMPANY,
(JLlmlted).
GENERAL MERCANTILE
COMMISSION AGENTS.
LI8T OP OFXIOIE9;
J. O. Carter President
Geo. H. Robertson.............. Treasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
lion. w. r . Allen Auditor
DIBEOTOE8:
Bon. 0. B. Bllhop.
3661
Boa. B. Wstsrboois
Clans Spreckels
Wm. O. Irwin,
CLA0S SPEECKELS & CO.,
BAJSTBGERS.
EOUOLtJLU
HAWAIIAN ISLANPH
Draw Kzchange on the principal parts o
world. ' .. : , , "., '
the
Will receive deposits on open account, make
collections and conduct a general banking and
exchange business. :
Deposits bearing Interest received In their Bar
lngs Department subject to published roles and
regulations. . I , ' 365l-q
ANDEE80N & t.tt
TBELL 493. Thio.C. Q and
H. E). Mclntyre & Bro.
Tax Notice.
115 Wort Street.
1331 2G5l-q
MnsWsflVVnsWMBMsMMHBWHHHHHn
IMl'ORTKRS AND
orLi5ector for the District of Ewa and
. . - ' --- - ! -3 -TjT-' I iVrfii-m e will be at the Ewa Court House
Groceries, Provisions ana eea SSJ5Wi.to24 isai and at the court
: t3or
Mikado Eestaurant !
No G2 Hotel Street,
OPP. HOBS'S BAKKBY.
SAST 3 1 1 f -I I JaP AND KfXa STBSETS.
New Goods received by every packet from the Eastern States and. Kurope f res hlitforala :
by eVery eamer. AU orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of tbo
r Ph7rt?r T.Vd 4 orders eollcltad. HatfsfacUon ruaraoteed. Poawfflc B
iTiilephoaa Ko, .W - " i
the purpose of .assessine and
I of -taxes. : : -
THIS Be who own property in the Dis
' at Bfe at present - living out of the
Agency 6twiif please return their blanks
San Francibaii 3SA&1 wUJ
aavfiTLWing: x Assessor and Coltectorfor Dis-
. . V'Ewa and Waianae 2801-Im
'.--
CSyNewly fitted and
Japanese handiwork, ; -
refurnished in 1
EEverything clean, and v cooked in
first class sty leA i,fr''-: 7a ,.''V. .
IKyGive us a trial.
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