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LOOAIj and general news
Gelotnero on Saturday noxt.
S. 0. Dwight has n nolioo in
The Board of Hoalth should meet
3 p. tn. to-day.
Now for aonio lujiK distance contests
Annual roll call at Central Union
Ohtirch thin ovening.
Tho Healauis dauco on Friday
evening au claire do la tunc.
Fishtail forns for solo iu
to suit, opply this office.
Oat has taken
tour to investigate the Maui post
The baud is booked to play at
Makeolslaud "thiB evening. Konis
Companies E and D compote on
Saturday and Sunday next for the
Milimili, a Hawaiian convict, has
been adjudged insauo nnd seat to
tho Insane- Asylum.
The baud plays at Thomas Square
to-morrow evening; tho Hotel not
being ready for its reception.
Tho Gororumettt, and Consular
flags reoro displayed to day in honor
of tho Emporor of Japan's" birthday.
A mooting of the Leilaui Boat
Club will be held this evening at
tho Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:30 o'olock.
Hon. AUtau T. Atkinson of the
Star hnotnkon a week off to
after his election to the Legislature.
Major Jones has nrdatud a drill
of tho First Battalion for to-morrow
evening. Propitiate Makakoa for
Special bargains iu Bed Sheetings,
yards wide, good quality for 20
cents a yard; 2.V yards wide for 25
cents, at N. S. Sachs, '
A largo nutnbor of the Japanese
stores closed to-day aud displaved
thoir banners in honor of their Emperor's
birthday, and there was nauoh
private celobratiou and feasting.
Tho Episcopalian Chapel of Ease
at Punahou under the fostering care
of Rev. John Ueborne, will fill a
much noodtd want, iu that section.
A lady, who is an accomplished
teacher of music, desires to givo
lt)8ons to a few pupils at their
home, at CO cvnts a Address,
tho editor of Tn a Independent.
Manager J. J. Gottlob of tho
Columbia Theatre firm, aocom panics
the Frawley company ou its Northern
tour, and Manager Melville Marx
comes with the party to Honolulu.
Harry Duffield dot? not. vhlt Honolulu
Captain Oscar Wliita's commission
as Captain of Cu B does not
expire until April next, and m tho
drilling is prautically over
his successor, it is hoped, will hav
to wait until thn, and until aftor
No reception at tho Japanese
Legation to-day on account of
mourning in the Imperial Court.
The courtesy of the Hawaiian Band
was extended to Minister
by the Minister of Foreign
Affairs but declined.
You con shear away and hammer
away and do a great mauy othor
things at infinitesimal cost, if you
pay Y. W. Dimoud & Co. a visit
while they are in tho humor. They
have, a special communication and
invitation for Jon in another columu.
Season seats are still soiling for
the Frawlej' engagement Choice
locations aro still to be had. The
seats are ou sale at Wall, Nichols
Co. Iu answer to inquiries, it is
understood that tho sale for siuglw
nights will not commence until tho
If the Cvolomoie track is in good
condition next week, the manage-
went will go in fur breaking records
and ondoavor to make a roilly
ono. Those already mado
aro only fair but Hawaii wauta to
jump to the front in cycling as in
Tho first unmoor of "Fifty Years
of Masonry iu California" has
Tho work will bo issued iu
series and is printed aud illustrated
iu a magnificent monnor. Edwin A.
Sherman is die editor of this interesting
work which is published by
Georgo Spaulding As Co., San
A very oonvoniont puhniluha has
bfeu published showing the sailiug
of the steamers of the O, & O. and
the I. M. Steamship companies for
noxt year. I'ho City of I'oking will
make her 100th voyage on her Do-comber
trip arriving bore on Christmas
Day. She should luve a royal
Ed. Tun Independent:
The supportors of tho schomotoj
givo tho Hawaiian Islands to the
United States for tho benefit and
iuterest of tho nativo Hawaiian?,
Boniotimos use very funny arguments
to favor tho consummation; arguments
which tho writers thereof
know to bo baseless fabrications,
It is said by theao schemers that
"whon tho Hawaiian Islands are annexed,
tho Hawaiian does not entor
the Union as a conquered man."
Good Godl the Hawaiian will not
enter it as a free man and of his
own freo will Tho Hawaiian doos
not wish to enter the "so-called
Union, ho has protested against tho
proposition. If, in tho face of such
protest the "gift" of Stevens' coconspirators
is accepted by tho
Uuited States tho transaction then
becomes, nothing moro nor less,
thnl of possession by conquest
it may be ,oalled "a damn grab" it
certainly is not annexation with and
by tho consent of tho "People."
The status of tho Maori of New
Zealand, and of tho native of India,
in thoir respective countries has no
bearing whatevor ou tho Hawaiian
question, nor can any comparison
bo deduced therofrom. The Hawai-ions'
country has been recognized,
treated and respected as au Independent
Nalion for over fifty years.
The Hawaiian himself has also been
recognizod, treated aud respected
as a political factor and has enjoyed
such 'privileges as a subject of
tho Hawaiian nation is entitled to
for over fifty years. Tho Maori of
Now Zealand and the native of India
have not enjoyed Buch political
privilge!, nor are thoy troated as
"civilized" beings in accordance with
"Western" ideas of modern civilization.
Tho attempt is now mado to do-
privo tho Hawaiian of his couutry;
tho schemers in this transaction, to
aid thoir illegitimate cause, resoit to
tho utterance ol all manner of false
as6ortious aud misrepresentations.
Tho Hawaiian is uow told that "ho
will enter the Union upon au equality
with evory member of tho Union
and that the essence of the Repub
licnu idea is the equality of raau,
while that of the monarchical idea
is the in-equality of niau."
Tho writer of the foregoiug baso
assertions cannot surely expect the
Hawaiian to believe what he writes
or saB. The Hawaiian knows bettor
Tho Hawaiiau has for fifty years-prior
to the year 1893 under a
monarchical form of government
oojoyed the position of being on
equal terms with his follow boings,
not only politically but socially, and
has been tieatod as such,
Under the presout existing conditions
iu Hawaii, the Hawaiiau lias
no "Freedom by Right." After tho
so-called aunexation, tho Hawaiian
will not have any "Freedom by
Right" oithor. Tho "equality" upon
which he will then be placed and
tho manner in which he will then
be treated will-be similar to that of
the Negro aud Indian iu America
similar to that of tho Maori iu New
Zealand aud similar to that of tho
native of India.
Tho present Hawaiian Government
)scalled by its founders a Republic,
aud yet its main efforts havo
been to deprive tho Hawaiian of his
political rights. How cau ho ex
pect then that tho Oligarohioal Republicans
who aro selling out his
country to the Greater Republic
will eudeavor to restore those rights
to him? They cannot, will uot and
dare not, for if they did ho would bo
tho leadiug political factor at whoso
feet both political parties would
bend,bow, fawn and oringo. Consequently
the plausible words of the
Oligarchy aro disbelieved,
Tho following arraugomeuts havo
boon made for the Y. M. 'O, A.
Gospel meetings; Nov. 7, "What is
Worth Whiter by Rev. T. D. Gr-viii
Nov. 11, "What Reward Aro
You Seoking!" by F. J. Lowrey;
"What Will You Do With Jesus?"
by Rev. G. L. Pearson; "Whom
Ought Wo To Obo)!"ly Wru. A.
Bowon, All men aro tnyitod to
Good mjisiu will be furnished.
Last evening was uot one woll
Buited for. outdoor recreation, but
tho cyole racosaud tho National He-
waiian band combined drov; a fair
attondanco at Cyolomoro Park. Tho
noxt gatheiing will take place ou
Tho winners in last evening's races
G. Erickeon won tho ono mile
groonhom raco with Tom Lloyd
sttconrf. Timo 2:15 3 5.
In tho two-third of a mile professional,
Jones won with Martin
second, in 1:31. Martin won first
hoit iu 1:18 1 5, and Jones tuo
stcond in 1:50. Tho final heat was
paced by Lishman and Harvoy on a
Henry Giles won tho firBt heat of
tho oiioHhird milo amateur in 50
eoondi; Fred Damon coming in
second. King won tho second heat
easily iu 53 seconds with Walkor
s cond ; nnd iu tho final heat Walker
wou with King second.
The amateur haudicap
was wou by Damou in 1:11 with
Giles second. Tho first heat having
been won by Giles in 1:131-5, and
the second by Jackson, with a start
of 50 yards in tho same spaco of
Trilby gave another interesting
performauco but tho record-exhibition
raco was deferred.
ThS Hawaiian Hotel.
Manager James is pushing the
work of reuovaling the Hawaiian
Hotel, and painters, carpenters aud
workingmen havo charge of tho
When tho improvements now in
progress have been finished, tho
Hotel will be a reaort acceptable to
tho most fastidious travellers.
J. A. Mohrtens, tho
upholsterer, is busy repairing tho
best part of the furniture, and condemning
that which will bo replaced
by tho now stock ordered by Mr.
Tho patrons T)f the Hotel oro enthusiastic
over the chaugo in the
culinary department and the sorvioa
at tho dining room. Mr. James immediately
paid tpecial attention to
that end of tho business knowing
that the frihtidnhip of man is generally
gained through paudering to
his digestive organs.
The great alterations contemplated
by the Hawaiian Hotel Company
will bh)in in the spring and when
accomplished, Honolulu will be able
to boft of a HoUl which will bo in
all reapeet", up to-date and
T7ItOJt AND AFTBK THIS DATK I
Jj will not bo rrspomible for any debt
ontrnctcd in my nnmo without my writ-ton
orinr 8. O. DWIOHT.
Honolulu, Nov 3, 1807. 730-Im
LANDS IfOlt SALE.
Acres of Land, iu three piece, at
Walalmi, Jfolokni. Gooa tarn nnd
paatmo lnnd. $400.
Acres at Lnnd at NnhiUn, Knolau.
Maul, a few ynrdB trnm tho hnrtior of
Honolulu iki. A t;ood home fur n funuer
to nil so Irult tree-, tm h as limes, ornnges,
roll'ee, otu PI nty of water. Only ?U00.
AT.nlvio It. W. WILCOX,
705" ' 714 Konia Utreet
Reduction In Prices
Having determined to not only
moot the Groat Cut in Prices that is
now taking placo amoug tho Grocers
of this City, but to go them ono
better, we invito tho nttentiou of
Housekeepers to got Our Quotations
and inspect Our Stock of
Fancy and Staple
We moan business and will as wo
havo alwayB been, bo not ouly the
BEST, BUT THE CHEAPEST
Grocers in tho (Jliy.
HAS THEM AM,
Telephono 210. Free delivery Uyioe dully
INSURAWGH COMPANY OF KORTH AHEBICA.
Of Philadelphia, Pa.
Founded, 1792 Gash Capital, $U,000,000
Oldeat Fire IriBurance Comppay In thr United States.
Losses paid since organization over - - $90,000,000.
NEW ZBALAN0 ffiUMMCE COMPANY.
(FIRE AND MARINE)
Established, 1859 Capital $5,000,000.
lufttirauoo effected on Buildings, Good, Ships, and Merchandise
UPSP" For lowest ratos apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
MANY BEEES IN AMERICA!!
GooiH Bad and Indifferent.
B"CJT TISESIEtB I
Has Fro ven Its Superiority.
Noah's Certificate is Not Needed for the Best.
Consumers Are the Judges.
Is World Renowned, Holds Its Own, and Don't Youv
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd.,
BATH DAY BBWKKN TOWN
and Wnikiki, n mo"") Hpnto jetting of a
sieve i)nk .1 reword will b paid by
to tlio Olllcu of ii.Jmb kniibnt.
SOME of the merchants
a 'BKUSir" Inst week wo
will give you twenty kind of
BRU8HWS this wk, (5c
upward), Puint or Whitewash.
Special Sale Goods one to
each customer :
Medium-sized Hauimeis, 15c.
Medium-sized Hatahots, 15c.
Steel Screw Driveie, 5c, 10c, 15c,
8-oz. Tinned Carpet Tacks, 5c
Rim Knob Door Locks, 20c
8-inch Steel English Shears, 25e.
Stoel English Shears, IDo.
Nicholson's Saw File', 5c
5 Rule Carpenters' Pencils
A Carpenter's Pencil for a
cent is one of" our bnrgains
you should not mis:
Don't risk sen ding round
for these bargains, but come
yourself "There a e Ihers.'
W,e are sotting 11 hcurching
pace in our line. Don't we
deserve your patronage? u
L W. DlfflOND & CO
Vnn Unit Rlnck.
GOVKUNKS3 TO GO TO HILOTO
r instruct two girl". B'nto pnliiry, required
and references. Addrcta "W 1 O.
box O O
'I here are three brands of
lams and Jellies known to be
absolutely pure. Crosse &
Black wells, Morton's and
Code, Elfelt & Co. During
the pure food crusade in California
the goodh of the latter
pasted eveiy inspection and
now come out of the factory
specially stamped '"Pure
Food.'' Wo have a complete
Stock of these goods and offer
them to the public at very low
Our grocery department is
full to the brim with
and our prices are low
enough as to draw common
from other dealers. We buy
for cash in quantities to suit
the demand and consequently
thoy are always fresh.
Wl- handle tho celebrated
Albeit boneless sardines and
the Paluco brand of slice
bacon, two articles for tilt,
table that are unuxc elled.
We carry a full line of table
delicacies, English aud American
and promptly fill orders.
Prompt delivery in all cases
whether in person or by tele
phone and careful attention
paid to tho selection of goods.
J. T. Waiei house.