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H HAWAIIAN 3IAK NHWil'
1 ' K ASSOCIAtlON LM
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n mrrtMRn ratio
I...I,- hu I, all Kill mill It '. 1 1 1 : 1 1 :-l Veftlnlng
. nil be (attained st I be ini.ii.;ii H1W
4utual i -i'i tin iin Number SB A, hull Th--passu
I'h.iri IM I I Ii i N - lull' I lit' Vln It.Ht lU'iipl'
r,.... .1 e) i r ita) ri'iiit'iii'M i :t'i praise and
, i...i.l-i-1 m,.- ll,t ilUini- coi'ilne--- ulnl milM .
i rhfiMi ..! ih-in nine ihcir hrin-
nach year 1 hi wpw i'"t:i i
lit, a :i IMblUI e n i i i iih i iii - unj
utti ihi- lw nl of - oil ami lo the (rati
I ieknowleflginnl of hit kimim--; ,
'.. '!'" uoivwj'toveiand.iwrniofth
I Mil-1 -Tint's. 'Hi iiriviM mi rasgM i
upaii rn'! runa v . 'in- miin ih oi iiw present
rah November aa a das i thankwlvlng
in. I pralsf lo be kepi "l obtefved by Ml pao-
flMtd ietniitoiwoatordliwri work
und emplnymentt nn m eBible In mir unia
ulaneii "f ortnlp, irhefe ' imh recMI Ml
I in,- Anns tot ii. unit where fr.nn Rratel ul
hMiiin our imiti'il Irlbuteot pmire una wng
nuts reftcb I In- ilir.nn' nf min i'. lel il' fe
inlon t.r kindred ana -iHl meeting lib
ndi lend nheer mill enjuymenl l dijiy.
mill iel icener itlfteol chnrtly for the rellel
,ii Hi.-(. um-;iihi ii is pmvi- we .-iii.' inj
mir thknkfig1rlnK. UmiVKW i i i ki.anh.
Friday, November u, ism.
AN APPEAL TO LAW
We trust that Mr. Tin rston vi
be quick and shrewd enough to ap-
;il to the United States Supreme
Court for an Injunction restraining
President Cleveland from an illegal
seizure of this Government by
force without the consent of Con-
irrp whieh nlnrte h:i tli imiwi-i
to declare war. is a proper subject
lor Supreme Court interference.
Great Britain appealed to the
Vmerican tribunal in the fisheries
matter, Why cannot Haw aii ap
I ;il in this one '
IHK CASE OF BLOUNT.
Tht investigation made on these
Islands by James 11. Ulount was
esaentially oue-sidcrl. broin the! land ua outliued bj Secretary Qresliaui
start his latch string was always l "i"' of Intenoe hoatllity. The
, n u .M ,...1, sentiment of the iieople at iarge, with
out to the Royalist, no matter wne- ,, , , , . ,
out ri'Kiird tn polil ics. is overwhelmingly
ther he was a leader, a fish-monger jl(IMM, , . ,,.,, ;,, , . ,.x.
or a hula-driver ; and his door was Queen. Thia find expression through
often shut to lb'- Annexationist the newapapera, en the itreel and in
in,,, mli he mitrht be a member 0flKenel'al oonveraation. Thin king men
tin t rovernment or a distinguished
leader of the cause. It is within
our knowledge that Be retuaea to
lake a statement prepared for him
one of the original ministry.
He drew rarely and but in slight
degree upon the archives or mem
oranda of the Government. Emi-
inaii Americans by birth or des-
, nt found him unwilUng to bear.
Some were snubbed and insulted
when they sought his presence
Not so the adherents of the Queen.
Blount took their gifts and gave
ready heed lo their views, while
his lackeys did their best to eit
courage the toes of the Goveni-
ment lo which the Atnerican Mill-
ister was accredited. No such
spectacle Of indecency has ever be-
tore, we believe, been shout) in the
diplomatic service of the great re
We have not told half the
story. What was Blount's fatu
ous or infamous postscript,
bul an incentive to a Royalist
revoll ' And what was his visit
with Cornwell to Maui but the
countenance oi a luonarcluat con !
spiraej Suppose bmbaaaador
Buatia had gone frotn Paris to Cor-j
sica with a corps of Bonapartiat I
malcontents; had spoken friendly
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words in iheiu and sal by while
thej publicly denounced the Uov-
ernmeut of Frauce ? Would not
M Caruot have sent hint his pass-
MrtS and would not the efring (i-
plomat have been recalled In lis-
... , - , ,
grace ? We can but wish now that
the Provisional Government had
declined when the Mam trip waJ
made to have further relations with I
i''ar from caninK here tis an itn-
pUrlialjuUKC, the Cieorjjia p ditieian
cana) to make p ditieal capital for
Cleveland aKaimt iiis Rsrpnblioan
lirederessor He had a ease to
make for the prosecution, and he
teenu to have made it with a lack
oi conscience and shame .which will.
w- believe, make bis mum stink in
American as well as in Hawaiian
ALL the Inrds ami Leasts of jirev
on tin Kovalist roost art as if the)-
wanted carrion at once, i.et them
keep an eye on th. uieii wlto o
election- ate ;. - majority iot
NtrKink , in Fhlc IVmiiyi t,
io.ooo tun'oni N ii k . .
000 majority for Um bessi of the
Republican ticket, .md p3,ooo fht
toe othet candidates; New Jersey!
Maaaachuftetts, Nebraska, South
Dakota and Iowa Republican
Brooklyn Kiea io,oon RepttMloan
majority and Nen S'orli la alone
1 ii mocratic
Tin Provisional ftovernmenl
will not yield to the demands of
the United States except aa tin ri
s ilt of the nae of mllltarj I'orcr,
Am attach l Royalists will l n
pulsed, ii Hi. Government goes
down ii will I" with colors fl vine
Tiik great RepublicM. gftitlfl in
bc United States would have been
irreatL-r had the COUtltrv beeil ftd-
vim-d of tin- immrtt'd In fa mini of
Cleveland. Graham and Blount.
Thb admlnlatratlon at Washing-
ton is about the worst UK of sui-
clde on record
It is more than whispered in
America that Blouul was bought
1 1 up b the Sugar Trust.
Mimsti'K Willis impresses the
eouutry as a man of patriotism and
p the Monarchy la re-enthroned
il w ill need an army to keep it in
Having heard from the country
perhaps Cleveland will call a halt.
T,.:v Ladgh beat wholaugh last.
i8h iuc Feeliua abuuii oi"haiu'
Among the arrivale by the Warrimoo
thin morning was J, II. Uall nf theflnn
of Gall Urns, tun I Cu . nf Hentlle, nsli
liigtun, prnuiineiil iteulers in routing
material, hardware, Mlate, eto., who
i-o.ni s nil H Vlall to Ilia I'l'iUlltT-ili-l.iW ,
Charlea L, Carter, and i" sndeavor to
build Ui u traile in hi line wiili Hono
lulu merchant. Regarding thn politi
cal aituatiott here, in converaalion tliii
Morning Mr. dull said i
1 ilin feelinu in i In- fiiiifi Htates over
luree "i rn Hidenl Cleve-
regard liresha m'a
letter ;is a "feeler," designed to draw
us expression oi me popular win so aa
to enable Cleveland, by hi course in
Hawaiian matter, to regain a por.
" ' his lost popularity.'
I LOTHA i AMI) if KTS ).
MovementM of Oeeuii and Coastwise
ateamem -Wharf Notes.
The Kiliau -ai!g ;it a p. in.
TheC. W. Bishop arrived last night,
Tim Warrimoo sail at II p, in,, and
he Moiiowai at B,
The schooner Mary Foster wag off
I lit- Kaala came in I'l -an a circuit of
the island last night with -"-"i hajfs of
rice and 88 line's ot paddy.
The barkentiue Iruigard finiahed d la
oharglng beroargoloat night and hauled
over to the Custom-House wharf to wait
tor a return load.
The steamabip Warrimoo, Captain
I'l-rr.v, arrived this morning at fl o'clock
from Vancouver with a full cargo and
a large paagenger list, There were ;t-.
ibin paasengi rs for this port ami nm
in transit for tin- colonies, ihe cargo
for this port was slso considerably
larger than usual. Tin- steamer's can-
tain, U will be remembered, was 1 1-
erly ohief officer of the Miowera, who
,,,ft ,,ero " a PMwner on iIm' wre'
moo on berlast trip to Vaunouver. Can
. , , ,. , . ,
lain Arrundell, win, commanded the
vVarrlmou mi thai oooasion, is now
Captain Perry's oblef officer. About
twenty-five of the crew of tin-Miowera
WU1 by the Warrimoo fur Brdney.
The twenty-five to leave comprise the
steward s department and several Ore-
.. The Warrim ft Vancouver on
the 18th Inst, snd met nothing but fine
weaAher through the passage.
Paaaaagers bj Warrlia
FVom Vancouver. per atmr Warrimoo,
-Nov 84 Mrs lllO.I, Miss llllld. Miss
Burnhan, Mrs Oalt, Mrs Terry, Mrs
Bush sml family, MM Ilurd, J J Oalt,
Qen CuniifTe, J It Koliertaon, K Q Hmilh,
j 0 smith. .1 Buss, J H Marshall, M
F0''1' v ' trdrig, . 8 Calreis CO
ii. I. .ui'lanil. I ( I'lslolli'isi.n.
1 ' ( hlsney. I' I' I'hilips. .1 I" llennan. J
Real, K Aroaign, K Nestnigton, It
iii, Uoweu 'i rial.
1 in- trial of .), r. it.. wen for Ureetty
in ihe I01111I1 1 eeree h..s been :.'oinA- on
all day before the following jury : Fred
I'hilp. J, II. rlruns, Charles Carter, H.
w- MiM' l: " WWse, M. Traey.J. M.
webb, Oeorge Uillingham, Frank Win-
I. .1 s. .Martin, k. a. Uclnerny and
W. u. Rraali. The prosecution ulaoed
n ihe stand ll. a. Widemawn. James
Oodd, Wm 1. Terrell. W, IToung,
KlashUBi J ' I. ' him . J B, Hunt. I).
11. L.-wis. i i u hiie. B. w Usujley,
Mok.- Lhale, J. J. iu 1 1 1 . and BO
Marl a 1 lane, the UMtM USitlfl on the
stand hen the report)) 1,-n. W. A.
Ki. mo lortl," pi mum ai.l ( W.
Aahfued for kae 4g4essM,
Mm 'i -'.tijf 'I
i .'.II I I MM
I I. i ll I.
.! I III I.' "II. Ill I 'ill K 'III
Mill la iin
i M nil iiml Ha
M III. ll II V
.hi i m nay
ii nii-i Ni trifle
Tin' i jut .! iiiii. ni iill ii"l depart
the i i 1 1 1 - ui ill" n. 1 1 1 iii.ii ii
Jauusr. i i 1 1
Tin' Metropolitan Market
I In- receipt i t In -Ii salmon
bt i he Wan n
Thr- In. ii h eruiaer Chamrfuti lis
, ii .1 1 it, ruinsin Ifi ppniting s
in, ni of itoKlieal imnbles,
ProaieetM i"i :i UTlekel ninti l
Thurmlni laiween thentBeers ni
s. Champion snd the local club are
h'.h ,i I .
Bmith, tin. i,n- man, will pal onan
other him of busses next Monday to run
from tim comer of King snd Port streets
Judge A. n. M. Robertson has re
ceived the appointment of kimmlsaloner
of I'riv.ite Ways and Water lfii;ht-i for
Wailnkn I Mstrict, Maui.
Whether 1 1 u ex-Queen " ill he n-
itored or aol the Honolulu niinstreUl
win give their Brst perfornuuiM al the
Opera House to-morrow night.
The regular monthly maanng of the
Bawatian Mission Child rent' Bootety
will be held to-morrow evening, the '.'"m h
Inst., at the reside) f It F. Dilling-I
hum nt T::l o'clock,
The steamer Chlna( which left Bono
lulu on the l?th inst., made Hie trip In
iln- i '.,.i! in five days, fourteen hours
iiml twent minutes, which is the fastest
tin vi i made between tins port and
In the District Court tins morning
h oung pleaded gouty "f having
opium unlawfully in his possession on
November 28rd, al ii a. m., and was
fined ftAO iiml costs, lie also pleadeil
gllllt.l I" R
Mix. ,1 T. SI ink
gone to Hamskua.
Pmnh Pahis has msiffned
.1 udge of Roolaupnko,
Hie Vustrallan criekal team
n the Warrimoo from a tour i
laud lllld the Stains.
Col, Z. 8. Spalding and C. Btoeokle,
the phonograph man, came over from
Kapha ycstenhiv mi tin- James Makee.
Jameg Sherwood is confined t" hi
room by Injuries to his back and rihs.
caused by falling over a piece "f limber.
Alderman Walneof Sydney, who ha
h. 'en makihg a toitr ni tin' world, ac
companied by his wife, returtig to Hyd
nej by the Warrimoo.
I he Libel ases.
The five libel cages against the editor
of the Btab were called in the District
Court this morning, In the first the
defendant waived examination ami wag
i mitted fur trial at the Circuit Court.
The other four charges' were continued
Operated on Hit If.
One f the ex-Queen's employees at
Waialua, named Moses Waikan, who
ifflicted with a hu ge aneuris-
ir over t In- heart, cut it oni'i,
and died a few minutes after-
The Stab is enabled to announce au
thoritatively that the rumor regarding
Attorney-General Smith's resignation is
utterly untrue. Mr. Smith has no In
tention whatever of resigning.
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Sit - Cflinar,
ll I Ill's
II. 11.1,1 III I lo
New Voitu. Nov. 18, Congressman j
Thomas B. Beed was in the city lust 1
evening mi his way from Washington to
his home in Portland. Concerning the
result of Tuesday's elections, he said:'
"ll is certainly a wonderful victory and
so universal ihst it may be safely re 1
garued us a lull popular expression
wliio'i will do ihe country much good,
li will effect even the seerel sessions of
of th Committee on Ways and Means."
Mr, Reed assumed his broadest smile
here, "The voice is loud enough to
penetrate l" even where they are." he
continued, "bul the eople must recoi
led that persistence is necessary to ob
tain the fruits of victory, They must I
keen on giving daily voice to their'
isht s and sei-1 hat I h''.' an- can led out.
JlllesS Ihe do so I fear they may not
he full understood, A second election
is gnmetimes needed to interpret the
preceeiiiug one. and tin- interpretation
M stcnla of the eleotion of ih1.)-,' is in
very large print. It il S '""l idea, how
ever, to keep it posted on all corners."
Asked for his vlewi as to the causes
leading to the Republican victory, the
ex-speaker said : "Oh. that's too lon a
I lt. OIKOI IK1 .
llluu taalnal tile Quveruiuenl
Well I oil. 1 gj .
Vi'Uit. Norembegf 18. Leaders!
of the 1 lubaa revolutionary partj in this
in .... ihey hare private ad vices which
state thai a rebulliou againal the Oev- j
ei-iune: 1 is well under way. The move
ment is thought premature, but an-l
thusiastic Cubans i red let gucoess, The
leader ol Ihe revolutiuUIW) parly ill1
America, Jose Marti, editor uf .
',, ni. na undoubted) the revolu
tionary movement 111 t uba is worthy of
oonsideratioii, the Qoveeauusal bus
ktfpl '-lose aleh on all e, nil iiiuiiieal ii ins
from the Island, thus revealing the
gravity of the state of asTaira. Onasuss
in ihe United States are asutious to help I
their couiury eslahlish a hmiiii 1,
public OenaraJ t'-arrlllo, leader of the
rebellion, is said to hue succeeded in i
en ,iiii.' s general uurisiug in the
piuvluce of Villa-, ll is mil believed
11. .0 the diftlcult bus yet extruded be
youd the central port ion oi the ialaitd
111 Hl II
III I . I I
llebeltlnl helo bnl It-
lion ii tin in,, .in ImtiesetMe
PaMSi Roe. lit Th" representative
in thin It) "f tin i sin l Press i" 'in
had .in Interview with HanMi rVncdoi
who was Braclllsn Minister i" the!
United Statea In wveral years, during I
the regime of Um Emperor Ltom Podru.l
Bernti Pens hi dkwlsimed sll kn" ledge I
nf the movewiewts "i policy uf Admiral
Mello, who is in anmnisnd of the Bnusll
Ian fleet, ami saM ihnl he had no Infor
mntionsstfl the initli or falsMy of the
reports that the object of ii rels?lllon
w:is tn restore the i isrch In Bruit,
lie lidded thill the rebellioa whs no I
rhild's pia,v; on the contrary it was a
- is movement, Ii wn dlfBenll t"
foresee what the Issue would be, An-'
mlrai Mi il" np I to posaesi the
sinews nf war, although Baron Penedo
declared that ii mid not mi where he
obtained them Unlike President Peii
oto, ihf iiiaurgents luive imt n statetrnai
in at their ditnoaal vei lhar are spend .
ring large snmsof moiiev. Baron Pen
edo fin ther said thin In ion- Admiral
Melln. ,111,1 I'llllsidt'li'l Ii l ill -1 1 t I fcr illtnl
Ini luall and tenaeious of imnii'si'. lie
is a uniid man. the Eta run concluded,
and Re knows just isctly what In' is
I dning. lie is nnt the Sort of man lo
embark on s ohimerical enterprige.
LosdoS) Nov, 8. -Members ol the
! Kra.ilian Ingation In re have heard
nothing from Bio Jsneiro as to Presi
dent Pelxoto'g rpiin" martial law or
! Admiral MeUo'a preparing to bombard
the city again. They discredit the cur-
rent reports on both subjects. - di-
patch from Pari says that the Brasilia!)
minister there declined to make any
statement as to his latest advices from
Kin Janiero, . .. rettosa, secretary
ui the legation In I'aris, aaid to-day that
he discredited the reports of Admiral
Mello' receiving financial aid from the.
Count d'Eui 1 1, mi Pedro's ton-in-law,
11 the Orleans prime are iklnflinta,"
sant Benor Feltoss. "The Due de Mem
ours Count d i n's father, would never
advance his mm money with which tn
attempt the conquest of Brasil, 1 am
convinced that the fount has no hopes
ni the restoration of the empire."
Benor Quonalua, formerly Hiazihai,
deputy i and at the Suva- time editor
of the Journal tit Coatmeroios),
in Kin il" Janeiro, said tn
United Press oorrespohdenl In
Paris to-day: 1 should not be a hit
gurprlged if Admiral Melln began the
revolution on hi own account, I U- has
mi .support in the country, and haa ob
tained mi money from persona in tin1
republic, Hem . when he opened his
hostilities, he mast have beeu supplied
with funds by monarchist committees
in Loiidnn and I'aris. Hi go-bi'tweeii
in such transactions i Hermano Ramos
one of big relatives. If an proof were
wanted ni Mello'a monarchist affllia
tidn, his nomination of Silvtr Martins
as Foreign Miuiater of the Provisional
Government ought to las sufficient.
Martins headed the revolution in South
Braxil some months slooe, with the ex
press object of restoring the monarch',
Phe return to the monarchy is impossi
ble, however, in Braail, If Mello should
take Itio Janeiro and try to restore tin
old I iiperlal family, all the richest
provincea. would decfare themselves in
dependent states under the republican
forms of government, T le rich prov
inces have prospered greatly under the
republic. The restoration of the mon
archy would cause a decline in pros
perity, and they would refuse to make
iO l s
I I I I I. It I'll X Mi l l.
I hi- historian, Parkman, is dead.
The trial of Mayor Harrison's mur
derer will t.ii;n plao on Novembei !7th.
One thousand people were destroved
by the dynamite explosion at Snutander.
The San Franoisco Exominw arraigns
Cleveland for his ohstinaov and Caesar-
Senator Sherman has declared for
McKinlev as Republican President in
Mexico will rescind all railroad con-
ceggions the details of which have not
been fully complied with.
The Populist members of Congress
have issued an address to the people
to lake up the silver , ause
The KiiiK of Ashantee was atoned to
death recently by insurgents in the
streets of I looroasSie, the capital.
Tin- profits on the Perns wheel at the
World's Fair were I4SI6.80S 80. The n-
eeipts at aU cents 11 head were $736,
Ii is claimed thai 1100 were drowned
by the sinking of the transport Hi" de
Janeiro which was rammed by the
M. Detroyati representing Le Journul,
Paris, sent to interview Bismarck, was
expelled from Friedrichsruhe by order
of t he I 'rim e's secretary,
The "siar'-" Extras.
An extra edition of the Sta, contain
ing the moal important of the news this
morning, was issued al 10:80, an hour
in advance of I' competitors, The edi-
in s 1
sltuai 1 ,
soon e- I
'iree hundred was disposed of
i lei . second edition, con
iiii m. ii- in -tn i he I awaiian
,.s prim .1
i u sled,
ii-i n Caiitorni
: I I ml
ex Mini -1
l"-st and 1 riehtesl dnil
AT Till-: ANNUAL MEETING OP
Wilder'g ste,iniiup Company (Limi'uU)
held this day, the following officers were
re-elected to serve daring the ni :, t
J. p. llai all I'
S. B. kos,
S. It. Rose
W. p, Allen
I lollullllll Ni IV.
. . . Secretary.
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage and Wagon
aii mors gassanissd of law ksat, Blvg an- s
trial sad ha saovwassd.
No. 44 King Street.
t Al PHORI1
tiro. . SMITH i - , Im Ihi J
hnen appointed mei i n ii" it, .01 "i
Kim t.uinnissitoneni foi the i itj ol
Ilnnrduhl, rice W. KHnll b Igm d
im, i im ipi. i'. Nmi . "ii, irajH,
Minister nf the Intel ha
sciioot. VACATION nouck
The regular t lirlatmas vacation of all
I 'II III ic Selni,.s in tin- Ctiun'1'y ill I
lend from nunav, Dsn aMatm Ifd, in
Moan a v, the sth of -i m miy next
By order of Hie Hoard ol K liu al ion.
w . .1 as. SMtTB, Secy,
t NHce of Um It,, ml of Etlucatlon,
November Wd, istia.
Will im received al Ihe uMhi l H
Minister "i the Interior till 151 n'ehsrh
in , on Thursday, Novembei an, IS84,
for ihe srecthm of the Mteel Bridge at
Plans and gpedflostlons st the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Bach tender must be endorsed "1 sndet
for Wallua Bridge."
The Minister of the Interior doss not
hind h unset! to accept the lowest nr any
Interior Office, Nov, 'ju. 1888.
.1. A. KINU.
Minister of ihe Interior.
1AX AHPKA1. NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the Tax
Appeal Board for the District of Hono-
I lulu will sit St the District Court Room i
on Thursday the 2,vl day of November,
1893, at . o'clock r. M .. to hear such up I
peals as may tie hrought before it.
At G. M. ROBERTSON.
j District Magistrate of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu. 202-31
Will im received tit the oftice of the
Minister "f the Interior, until 19 o'clock
noon, Monday, December 4, 1898, for
the construction of h jail tit North Ko
Plans ami specitications at tin- office
of the Superintendent "I Public Works,
I also at the office of C. II. Pulaa, Deputy
! Sheriff, North Kohala.
Bach tender must be endorsed "Tender
for Kohala Jail."
The Minister of Ihe Interior does not
iiiiiil himself to accept the lowest or any
Interior Office, Nov. is, 1888,
J. A KINO,
Minister ol the Interior.
MSMBBRa OF 1 H li TAX Al'PI AL
BOAKIS COMMr SlONl.D BV THB
MINISTER OF FINANCE KOK 1803.
Honolulu, ). T. Waterhouse, Jr., Jas. A.
Bwa and Waianae, L, L. McCandless,
I.. K. Halualani.
Waialua. Thomas W. Guy, Ben Nau-
Koolauloa, ', Arntienninn, I.. It. Nainoa,
Koolaupoko, Jaa. Olds, William Beney,
Llbue, II. D. Wishard, s. K. Kaeo.
Kawaihau, E, Linderman, ' It. Meheula,
(Colon, W. it. Smith, Kealohapauole.
WalmeaiS Niihau, O. senberx, E. Kruse.
Hanalei, K. T. it. Bryant, U Kaiawe,
(Signed) s. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, November 15th,
VKP.V UK.NTI.K CAHIilAUK IttiltSK,
two well bred "Speculation1 1'illii-s, broken I ,
to harness b) V. . Huicfc. For further par-r
tloulars apply at lids office.
rV A VTOLTNO BRRMAM LADY as
I-I Kurse, Cloverness or Heneral lionse
I Wot-k. Khe speaks in adilltlon (o her own
j lananage French and some BngUah. Address
! A. B., Iliis offlos.
rMlK BUSINESS KNOWN as THE
1 Honolulu Cyolery as a whole or in part,
Enquire of UEOHOB B. BOAEDMAN,
or address p. 11. Box -141, Honolulu. '
I. O. O. F.
HARMONY LOWlK Ko, :;. I.O.O.P.,MRKT8
in Harmony Hau, Wa' Hlock, King sireei, 1
avw Monday, al t.:' e. m. visltlng brothara ,
are oorUialJj lavitsd toattaml.
D. P. UAWUKNCK, UKO, t. TUKNKH,
Not'ie tlraguj. Biairet an 1
Reduced Boat Hire.
J.'itoM DATE TEE stTHAM LAUNCH
I "Htar" will take pasaungia's t" veawls
in the harbor SUNDAYS al - ' osnts for
the round trip. Kxeuisions and ll-.hiiin
parties h the da tit I'easonahle rales
Lauuoil at Pilot's boal landing. 14:111
Election of Officers.
A I IHI ANNt AI. MKFTlNli UsTj
tin- K a 1 1 11 k 11 Plantation tVunpany, held
Ol loher 88d, I lit' following ollieers Were
atsetad lo sei vo during the ssusNiiii year:
Alexander olllig, Presideul
K. 1 1. Teuni
lel.'ll v K p, I o.
C. 1 ."ii
Win. . Hall
Win. I Allen
A E cut in tin Retail Dv) C loodi Businc
in s i Ml Wl I il US NN) A p 1 ,,s NN 1
1 1 i i i 1 1 1 1 iii i f)NI i "i" VOU
( i , c im, iiii ill in rH OOODS mil- I t !
per yard, T hese afe only
I IfPSS SI, adds
Ladies' Hose SnpKrters with Hells
All silk Binding, iii all colors
Covered Dross Steel. 8 dosen for
i Ihlldren's lolored Hone
I indies' I iisle Thread Hose
Silk Spun Hose
88 yards carpeting
lIT'i Hone t 'orset
Figured India siiu
t ihlldren's Rnhbei sh, es
ThU is n BONA FIDE SALE and our entire stock may UO, OUM COUNTERS
CROWDED with BARGAINS.
FINE TENNIS FLANNEL lOots, a yard. HOYS' WOOLEN BUTTS 8.0u
I HAVE 18 GLASS SHOW casks FOB BALE CHEAP,
T ins ot Ladtei
Will st ii ni M i ts. a pair.
N. S. SACHS,
Latest Novelties in Drii Gootis:
Wool Materials In the Newest Plaldt, StripN
and Solid Colon at very low prices.
An Worn. CkaiKs in HOLtO Colors.
Fancy finured and Solid Color Silks, Sliot Silks
(the latest , in all Shades. Ki(jnred In.lia Silks in
dress patterns, Crvstal Silk. India Silks, Luitch
Silks. A lull line f Silks in ill I colors
At Kilty cents a Yard.
Theae lloodi are selcctt'ii personally by Mit. Bachs in New York city and an
nf tlu Very Latest, and will be offered al prices
in stiii tin timefl
THANKSGIVING. HHkS tMipoNrowiiNo toan amebicas
custom, sanctioned by the Presl
KdW YEAR, dent of the United Slates, Th nksuivimi
Services will he held THUBSDAV,
Weiuiit 18 to 80 lbs. Nov. 80tb, nt Central Union Church, st
LEAVE OKHKBs i:l:l. TO BKCUBK
L.AR.OK III II lS,
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
505 Port Strbkt.
(Opposite Shooting Ctsllsry near Nuusou Street.)
fiust 01 t'as KAitS
IN FIUST I I. Ass STVLK
Meals by the Week -Single
Ham and Eggs I
Fish, Chops and Eggs
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate sad Glagerste will)
I i- rl-t i
They are .situated between
t)n the eastern dope of Punchbowl,
That this locatlou is a e'.oiee
ami desirahle one is cvid, need
by the man attractive homes
which have been built Ihere
during ihe pasi tew years,
More would have been built, but
available building sues have
These hi x lots lire sub-divisions
of ti tract which has baaa
opened up b) 1u.1l.ing ti strata
through 1 "in Hagaslim tu Prua
peet m reels. Tin- prioea range
from m'iMi to uee lot,
A map show lag size and
location "I the-e lots etui he
seen al in.
T. W. H0BR0N.
MO I IM lt RKIIAHDI.RHS t)K l.'UHT.
latdies' Linen Collars
Dents' Standing Linen Collars
Richelieu Ribbed Vests
, Collar Buttons, per doS
Slnevn Buttons, per pair
Marking Cotton. I halls for
Silver Match Safes
Btlver Card Cases, with cards.
Ladies' Silk Mitts
I Misses' " "
I Fine Dress Buttons, 8dos. for.
Xmas v Plnah, etc. al half 01 Iglnal cost.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Oornei" Pott itinl Hotel Wreetn
has just been Op)
An ItnnctiM Meoftfttrfii ol
White and Culored Cotton iJrcss UoOdt
I. atest Patterns. Newest Material New Cliafl
les. New Muslins. New CtHpeA.
A fine assortment of
Ginghams, Percales and Plannelettes. Fancy
Striped Cotton Crinkles.
AUo an etegaiR eaeoftment ol
Dress Trinnntoga to match ui) Materlale
1 1 a. 111. . and at St. Andrew's 1 al hedral.
at hours to he announced (Brer,
ALBERT S. WILLIS.
1 '. s. Legation.
Nov, is. 1898. 801-td
Lincoln Block, Kino Stkkkt,
Between Port and Alakea sis.
Groceries and Provisions.
Fresh California Roll Butter ami Island
Butter always on hand
Frfsh Goods tcccivfd by evtty Steawti
fntH Sm 'hi hi ism.
S.v'I'lsl-'Ai'TIi IN G-tTABANTRKl).
ELITE 1GE man PARLORS
Candv Factory. fK Cake
IOE CREAMS. V ,Jr COFFEE,
Wins DANDIES V II. UHUUUIAII
Oui Batabliabmsal is tin- Finest assort in tin
City, Call anu speus. Open till ll p. in,
A FEW OF OUR SPECIALTIFo.
COMPLKTH ASSOKTMENT Of
STOVES AND RANGES.
set in Brick.
AGATE IRON WARE,
am. TIN W'AKi:,
I 111 1 'im - WHWHOBT sri 1 1 sinks
ItalvaMlaea and Ki'lilte Kna uelesL
ui 11iD.1t Huatc
tU UAH'S SfHIBKLHItM.
siuti ueiid uaada in tin, fupprr urtgl
aalssil 1 1 on "ii saad r gjads la aegja,
Pall Una uf saaltart U is. Hath Twee,
lasvateriaa, Watsf ItUaarta. Ptas and rl II tsgii
Wu sie gealtaaal tor nin k uf nil kbsls hi ska
SImmm Htttsl ami Piaasbtaa tssda, siei t an
gaaraatss Liuaajgunu anrsinsashlti and Bral
'lass lllltll'l'illls ill these line...
Wt- lot loll sgajy gglggsuugat
J- EMMELUTH & CO.
rlAmai CO I
No, t Nuuunn St jni 104 r.i 1 . si