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-DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISER, JULY 27, 1893.
T2E ADVERTISER CALENDAR. Julj. 1R33. Mo. a. w. i Th ! 1 r T "TITS s 7 , h i 'j i-La.t wa'rtr 1j IT 24 !1 ! 12 t i3 j S3 I i6 13 I 28 IS j K July 13. e llOoQ. 1 N 7n 'a'jso. iF'.rt WtTrt'T I I I I I Vi lull iioon- THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Six Pages. Co Jait fear net; Le t all the end thoo Jra'l t be Thy Country', tliy Oui'. and Troth'. THUKSDAY, JULY 27, 1S93. THE SITUATION The most marked characteristic of the royalist cause lately has been the evident and daily signs of its disintegration. The bodily health cf the ex-queen's party ha9 been failing for gome time, and the public became aware that the' de cline was affecting the brain when that cane disgrace was perpetrated on Minuter Blount the day the steamer Australia left these shores. It is creditable to the public intel ligence that it read aright the signs of approaching political imbecility weeks before the overt act was committed which consigned the remnant of the old palace crowd to the limbo builded by its own hands. On the other hand, it is again cred itable to public intelligence that the Provisional government ha3 been endorsed and sustained against the assults of the anti-annexationists, led by the sugar trust through its willing political tool Mr. Claus Spreckels. It has not been long that Hawaii has been in a posi tion where she could successfully hurl -back the dictation and de mands of the Spreckels firm and family; but things have changed even in Hawaii. The 17th of last January marks the fall of the Ha waiian Bastile, and the people who pay the taxes will hereafter run the government. Taken in detail the facts show somewhat more variety, but none the less of the good results accruing to the country under the new re gime. The policy which the gov ernment is following in regard to the segregation of the lepers i3 re ceiving the endorsement of the foreign population of the islands, with very few exceptions. These exceptions mark those politicians and prominent royalists, profes sion" yu -rr?n t.j:' ft -. --. A tion upon which to base opposition to the new order of government the result might have been different; in other words, the ex-queen's cause might have stood the light of civilization and political criticism longer than it has, before the break down came which has fully admit ted the righteousness and justice of the revolution of last January. The people of Hawaii now fully appreciate the truth that revolu tions of this character, cannot go backward and the cause of self government and advance of civili zation be conserved. It is this fact being brought home to the tax-paj-ers of Hawaii day by day for the last few months that has con solidated the forces of good govern ment and determined the bulk of the people, who are the bone and sinew of the country, to face the future rather than to hope for the p3st, where there is no hope. The balance cf the monarchical scale ha3 kicked the beam and the peo ple feel the solid earth beneath them once more. THAT CANE EPISODE. i 307 TEE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT BZ iIAM)3 AN A PC LOGY FLOS MR. CRIIGHTCN. It Was Sent Yesterday, Bat Was Rejected As Insufficient. The fact that the Provisional government is strong, is largely due to the new policy it has pur sued, unweighted by the incubus which hung around the neck of all government during the days of the monarchy. The dignified stand which the government has taken since it came into power has been mainly felt in its promotion of the welfare of the country, and the re spect it ha3 shown to the authority of the laws. Since it came into power no law has been violated or set aside upon a political pretext a thing almost unknown before. The finances of Hawaii have been straightened out for the first time in years, and last, but not least, a dignified and honorable stand has been taken on the matter of our foreign relations. The Provisional government ha3 won the respect of the entire civilized world, and especially of the United States of America in spite of the hive-like misrepresentations which the mori bund monarchy has winged through hired correspondents to the ends of the earth. The future rises like a star be fore the new nation. Its magni tude is as yet undetermined, but it cannot be less than the will of the people of these islands determine it; and the protection of western civilization will see that its luster is not dimmed before it3 destined meridian is reached. The Pro visional government represents no clique or faction in politics, but is the coefficient of a political prin ciple which lies deep in the will Hie Govfrnment Will ConUer Fur ther Action Soon after the presentation, by three or four prominent royalists, of a cane to Claus Spreckels, beariug the name of Minister James H. Blount, without the sanction or authority of that for eign representative, it is understood that the minister addressed a note calling the attention of the Provision al government to the matter. The government very promptly began in vestigations, which resulted in a note being addressed through the Hawai ian foreign office to Mr. Charles Creighton, asking an explanation of the matter and demanding an apology to the offended minister. The fact leaked out and inquiries were at once made by a reporter of the Advertiser, but no definite infor mation could be secured from the Provisional government. They were evidently bent upon keeping the mat ter quiet until it was settled one way or the other. The same result was obtained when application was made to Minister Blount. The Advertiser is enabled, how ever, to state the following facts re lating to the episode and its results thu3 far, which will be found to be materially correct : After the note of Minister Blount was received, the government begau investigations, as mentioned, and soon discovered that Mr. Charles Creighton and three other supporters of the ex-queen's cause were entirely responsible for the insult offered Min ister Blount. It was further learned that some of the leading royalists of Honolulu were very outspoken in condemnation of the episode even more so than some annexationists, who looked upon the blunder from a party standpoint, with much leniency and somewhat of pity. The government, it is believed, ask ed that its demand upon Mr. Creigh ton receive attention within a limited time, presumed to be before the sail ing of the next steamer for the coast, the Bio de Janeiro. In any event the government expected an answer from Mr. Creighton the day before yester day; but it did not come. Yesterday morning a reporter of this paper met Mr. Creighton, and asked when he would send his reply to the govern ment. He stated that he intended do ing so at onc, but like the govern ment he declined to state what the note he had received from the foreign rftice contained, or what would be in his reply. v During the afternoon one un r as delivered at the .foreign office but uea.rv4 elC Seance, His ErccIIency S. derstoM. Damon. . nP.P.Fr -thr ' 7 V 7 j ti iJy The arrival of the 4S. X. Castle" in a. day or two will be the occasion for rejoicing by the 407 people who have been coming to us every day for brass bird cages. These are among the articles we have been waiting for and which should have arrived on the Australia. If you want a cage and it is presumed you do, wait a day or so longer and we will show you some beauties, built on the most approved styles of bird cage architecture. The word about washiug machines was just in time to add years to the lives of three society ladies, who for econo my sake, decided to dispense with their Japanese wash ladies and do their own work. The "Western Empire," the best washing machine of this or any other age, will do the washing for ten people in as many minutes; they cost very little and you should have one now. A toilet set of eleven pieces for four dollars, strikes you as being remarkably cheap for a good article dear enough lor a poor one. Ours are good ones the best the English make for the money. You'd pay 810 for the set in San Francisco and think you had a bargain; what do you call it at $4 ? Tiie Hawaiian Hardware Co., 307 Fort Street, Honolulu. Have you seen the dainty little STRAWBER RY FORKS in steWARE l . -r x t- r & 1 i II T silver at n. r . v 1;. HAWAIIAN I -:- CLUB RACES KAPI0I.AX1 PARK September 2nd COMMFNJlSt.i AT 1:30 O'Clock Sharp. 1st RACE-QUEEN'S CUT Parse $50. Running Rare; ir.i.'e'dash icr Hawaiian-bred horses. 2.1 RACE-HONOLULU PUKK-x Trotting and P-ioin,:; mile heats; bet '2 in .i to harness. Hawaiian bre 1 horses. 3d RACE MATCH RACE. Running Race; 1 mile dah be tween Dake Spencer and Lord Brock. 4tii RACE PRESIDENT HAWAI IAN JOCKEY CLUB CUP. Trotting and Pacing; mile heats ; best 3 in 5, to harness. Free for all. otii RACE KALAKAUA CUP. Running Race; mile dash for Hawaiian-bred horses owned by the members of the Club. Cup to be come the property of the one win ning" it twice. 6th RACE KAPI0LAN7 PARK CUP Purse flOO. Trotting and l'...in'; mile hea's; 3 minute t l iss . t r -at 2 in 3 to har ness. Free tor . 7t;i RACE OCt'AMC CO.'S CUP. .STEAMSHIP Running Race; ?( mile slash, fur ait. Free AH entries totloaa on WEDNESDAY, August LOth. at 2 o'clock P. sr., at the office cf the Secretary, and all Entry Fees 10 per cent, of the Purse; all Cups $10. All Races to be Run or Trotted under the Rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club. All Horses not withdrawn by Friday, September 1st, at 2 o'clock p. m., are c-XDected to start. yir on All Hor?eJ - the A rack a- are excected to appttjC. Jud-e'3 S-jP th tao Ci the bell from IT?: in u. jur.j c:her-i?e tnty will GREAT REDUCTIONS ! NEW LINE OF Fine Tailors' Canadian Tweed Goods ! Cashmeres. Full Suit guarantee to lit for S14. Also, some entirely new patterns in RLUE' SKRGIX 1)1 Ui0XAJ Etc.. VU:. T'Call and see our bargains. GOO KIM. Nnuanu Strwt. H . TB EG LOAN & SON. o- GEAND DISPLAY OF limine' Neckwear ! SPECIAL SALE! o- 100 100 25 Cents Dozen Four - in - Mantis at USUAL PRICE 50 CENTS EACH. Dozen Fmr - in - Hands af l) Cents USUAL PRICE 75 CENTS EACH. A N KV I IN F F Stoves and Kanses ITERP.. APOLLO, WELCOME, PRIZE, WESTERN. DANDY. A supply of the favorite REDWOOD. Invokes of voU ex Amy Turner and Australia just to hand for the PACIFIC HAKDWAKK CO., IO. A Wafi T i ilh-r st Low tV.f ; F:;tfx I'w 'W.-.U t CH A N L)K) ,1 I V W LIN E OK ' i ik' i it ii.init ,1 lit , ! SI. Do you know thai X'HMAX S ? !Xixiix: 30 Cents 4; an d (vxtr3) 50 Cents and l Cat!--e : inside of course ?L50 O zarterstrttcli Badges C. O. BERGER, Secretary Hawaiian Jcckey Ciub 0111,1 Tnrk?v and Oa'rtch l)d Zinc and Brass tnlera ; Cow Re'.is; Cxtr.s; -t NV.ts ar.d Washers : Sal So- tr. ; x i ; C.t Na Wiit- they are absolutely ? the u erect thing, and that even of the people who pay for the I rWAlrmor,f on,l o r7 f I derstoil. Dam OH. t. . , --a tvr. Anditor-General, GVontained. it is un- lars, cuffs, heme, facino ana button- At'uV "NV 7.L POJr vLll j Horse and Mule Shoes, Horse Shoe Nails i Tinware, Fatsln, Dish and Dairy Par.s, Cork Scr-?. IT i I 1T i Charcoal lroa3t lard Broons, Lxk. N:zLt LiV. '. U.. Otie.nO' PAO iV A1 ' Di?3ton3 Saw, Files and Care Kr.ivcs, a full :rtn:?-r : ; tN til iUiilll 11 I'll 1? UlnOl Rochet ad Cra.?. ll H. Cm d Ir L :t:. ! queen street. j chisels, Squares, Bitts, Chest Handles ! - - - . T i it r 1 1 1 - i X - - ir a finLJi). t'na f,vin. ! aether with somewhat vaj:ue aw ; . . , n-h t -orotic 7 . , - ; irenerai recrres ir.ai .u.u r uaui ? . c I hi f UUU - - " i - -s. - -,Y k-t-ren Altka r.nd Richard Streets, j JL-l 'eat the old political dodge m ia tbl Hawaiian I on the cane predated to Cus ; f th of the Gibson political intay. by Ar . . , . tuA ?f- Jue rep.y r.m an- - m?inr the crv ot neii-segrecauon , .. . . . " . m t,, ! ir-m.v.Tw called a cabinet meeting ' L0 vou : , ..... I.- -,t? I People CI uns county ai uur consider the ex-! m tue nope, u - ir; to the trust aid great resrocsibiii-1 p Nation and apology prored, , , i h,ye 1()f, '- Hawanan fol owing improvident ia their hands by the The cabinet nxt at r aoout J o clock n.ve 10.. Dv nature uuiisiu . , . , , " -- - . , , . ; ! " i t o i events or the pat six months. Tne laid tfore them. Tne result was that Q00, i encv. I'r. 1 rousseau ana .ar. j. v. i , , . .. , t. . . fhA nUnarion and arolorv were not I , . ... ... i ,ii i t "i rrss iiitn. xe i ij . little implements ? know that we -TMIE UNDERI iNFD ARE PRE- ! 1 $:are I to make a"! k'nis cf Ir:-s, ! Pru5, Bror.ze. Zicc ani Lead Castings ; Cup II:'i?, Pair.ts, Lan; B. i:k, ratty, Rraihri, Ic?ct;c:d-j Waih ani "priy Fzzi?. y a faith, and iustlv so. These men. - 7 together with their alleged princi ples and ability, have of late years become the mere husks and chaff of science and manhood. The facts to substantiate these assertions are as plentiful as the minutes in an hour, and will be produced in de tail f.s the occasion require: The coutldence which has so long been paraded by the royalist journals has for the past several weeks, been palpably waning. The assurances they have claimed have given away to per sonal apprehensions, which have net been hidden from the public Th ( V. Ai .l.i V. w v -. w has, in other words, dwindled with their ready mcnarchv. a wail deemed what the occasion required i ... .,l-.-v t.A 1 .Tf1i-n Inrh- i v, til. nn. " ,.-.., ... , , , - , . , i i covxl ;ovemraent r.as ceen ts.ao- anj were rtjecred without a aiser: iuouh cvtvwk...v - lic.l n-d i will -rd t- i ine vote, ana .nr. treiguwu u? ;y ; hope to trade politically upon cf we5tern clvil:zatica in ! i'd, dait.Iv known former imputations, in which the of opposition, and,! what course the vernment wUl pur-; public has no longer a shred 01 thJ consent and I ! Krsni EOT M.:p ir n - , . ,. ... II... .itf tanauian - Australian oieamsnip iine Rt: 13etcefa i j?oc- CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. Of liew and Striking crher dtrs pts; aUo Machines r ; Paper tcck? Machines for extras ::nfe' ; jVj SlZZZl iuZTlil tlZl . Hi .N ZZ.l, i Starch ireni JanLXa, arroT i.cv:.e.c. j T'Xi criers prcmpt'.r attended to. ; Ticket. per Canadian. X.tci:ic It r -r Slo First t !a. lIs in every line ? ! Don't foriret that we have I White. Kitinan A: Co. THE ONLY LI"E Ot STEAMS M I P arolozv "irt?nn of the srove-nment of the ' ited upon, it is unjer:oo-a we uii.- . j sanction ot the gove.ntn. ci f s:ailds, will be placed '; h 1 11 p United states of America. j before Minister Btount to-Jay, and the ; -L 111 V,' i covornmen: will bo cuided "in its fa- ) . T,. ! rure c:urse tv the results cf that con- Portuguese ricnu: Uultation. ' i The picnic at Kemond grove for j the children and parents cf the j Portuguese Mission Sunday school J and congregation was well at- j leave for .Enterprise Be er MONTHLY. "nttxt " r i t i" 'Nil and -ypn: :Y .ea:tr It C ?t-:a: -r A" j Full VICTv- At;. ST- Tonr of Inspection. Postmaster-General Oat will seen Hawaii on a tour c; m- Leather M l. . a: .', ia ; , Cx. . 13 C Theo. H. Davies & Co. tended vesterdav. The regular ; spection Ll St4o a. m. train with two extra he will make arrangements to send per mail via the Kau route Lit innovation that would b-e greatiy apprev ;e tvrannv well filled cars of wide-awake boys, girls, mothers, fathers and teach ers pulled out of the depot for the picnic crounds with a merry good will. The interest and exoitemnt ot the happy company lasted through cut the day. which showed their full appreciation cf the kind friends who furnished this, the last o: the regular summer outings, to ttte mission. 1 r.e u?u.vi g- --- and outdoor sports, ana the oounti- coo-i tain:?, were :n- : the programme c: the rartici iatin:. Behavicr a news: to Hilo Goods rCiattU bv the dent;? o: tnat town. Polanseope c FOR SLE OTO in the city, and that we can j suit your tastes in color and quality at moderate cost. tul snread o IMPORTANT TO LADIES ONLY! CAMELLINE ! For Preserviiiir and Beautilyin the Complexion Contains none of the poisonous ingredients so gecertiuy a- to such preparations, but is entirely harmless. all tltat is !e:t cf their once proud j and ot-euience on tne picnic gr.un. hoasts, hacked l v the moneyed nrr5" i'V ii . , j to tne standara. c-r..r. pre .t:go o: tue now :oun,t roya.:?:. j couli haye asked vy v:.. Chvus p:ecke!s. They have de- j :or c- those in charge. 5 . . Two Soleil-Scheibler POLAR 1SC0P . WIGHMAN. Enterprise Beer l I have r:a.de a czreu! ciailyili cf C A 21 EL LI2'Z aisoiutely frt? frorx ell poiionora or ddvitri-:-:, '' present in preiiaraticns for the complex io'i. It i- care aid and I can recornrnend it r. being perfert' i If-'- : -?.'.:! (; cf: - - - - . . hec. 'i X ?nal stove w ii..i trutv.tvrv c Trovis Veginui: g of : matter what t:: Hawaii. the sil!v i The 4 too train brought ..i,.. ! about !; of the tired, c 3 .v.-, ; asi conitnicu c ...r... .... V worse 1 5 satieated onto i c IS t.l 'it .t ron v :al outing. .i i-. . The Suuaav souool dav schools, are u. a v.eas :hitr "dav's . or v . - 517 FQBT STBEET. MISS BURROWS TJre.ssrnakinp: Rooms ZC, MOTEL. STPHTZT. Had there tvi ti a solid fcunaa- ' everv vear. and to tne tr.enas o: i r r 1 "-T s---" - T--r - Itio- tu, Densoii. MUith &: Co. rtmh couragmg. botn here and at Iiuo. : . A11 xcxi Eat:r ani rcmptlj .rCom. l.-.x twitted. Boston Line of Packets. IMFOIITSHS V. ILL FT.j-t ta're n-n-e that the ine .ili. .w-. ' 0S.-A Vi-iii. Master. :resi:! uCTOI-rlT. 1st. O. 3 R 71 V7 T, I'. CO. "Very ir:. THOMAS A'. Rriotte. Send c:pv c c: this e-ks Ha- , -wf . - CI. . - r-'.V, rnn. CAHELLLVE, FIuM a:: CA1IELLINE. Fowler White. Flesh zi T rOF. S.LT.K 5Y HOLLISTEE & CO., Fort Street, Honolulu. E&-5L?LZ EOITLES FF.EZ. t 1LM : ' ' I f I I 7 1 W 1 IT .a