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title: 'Hawaii holomua = Progress. (Honolulu) 1893-1895, November 24, 1894, Image 3',
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ahc Solomua (Calendar.
M Tn ' W 'Th ; F
1 ; 2
30 13 '14
J9 20 '21
15 I 16
22 t 23
"fi 27 2S ! 20 I 30
tl 13 51 S 1 fyadntb, May, Esqaimsnlt, B C
T -li warship Duguny-Trotiin, Cnllao.
, . S. Australia, Hondtetie, S F. .
I k Aimarn, Brown. Newcastle, N S W.
II w Lk Manna Ala.. Newcastle.
. s. h Alice Cook. . . I't To iwnsend
v - l;f,urt Lcwers, Goodmeo, Layout Is.
f ad... Forest, Mclnnee, NeweMle.
tr X Castle, Hnbbard, S. 7.
- Aii rt, Griffith. S. F.
N;iii-hsn, King. Kobe.
- )r Eta. hlilfrard, Eureka.
" -hip Glanivor. . .Newcastle. ..Nor 30
- r ' 1c l'anl Iseniwrg. JJreinen Dec 10
- II F tIade Liverpool Jan 30
FO!ti:!.V INT All. SKilVICE.
m.piiip will leave for and arrive
San Francisco and other foreign
on or about the following dates,
Dob at Honoluuj
Fm. San Francisco
pra Nov !?
Australia Nov. 3
u-truha Nov. lOlChina. . .
. Nov. 22
i, -uuir Nov 19 pliowera
,r.wa Dec. 1
Australia Doc. 1
Oceanic Dec 11
Mariposa Dec. 20
Australia Dec. Si
Mou.wai Dec. 13;
Mi-AM-ra Dec. 31
( iiina Dec SI
Arawa Dec. 24
Australia.... Dec. 29
T!,e Pantheon Saloon is the
deput for the celebrated Enter-pri-eBoer,
where it can always bo
foui.d ckjI and frt-sh on tap. We
do nr-t deal in 'Fredericksburg
Beer" as the morning Paper
tM-'Uigh some mistake has adver-ti-tid.
Call at the Pantheon for
rt-f reshing drink.
JIM DODD, Projn-ietor.
Talk about braying asses. The
town is full' of thorn. McBrayer's
whiskey is only to be fouud at
the Empire Saloon. And when
it's found it slays.
1). V. McRichol of the Empire
Saloon has made a new deal
which will tonch the Jjoarts, or at
least the palates of many a thirst'
wanderer. Ho keeps ''half-
and-half" on'jdracght and serves a
most delicious and cool beverage,,
far superior to "plain" beer.
so 17 tf
J. J. Williams the well-known
Artistic Photographer is making
a specialty of portraitson Watch
Dials and Silk Handkerchiefs.
Complete sets of Lantern slides
lectures can bo had at the gallery.
For they are sold at a reasonable
figure by the dozen or hy the
H atli Hbus e
The undersig.iod having Leased
the well known Ilaxiwai Bath
lien se at Waikiki, begs to inform
oi, that it wjll be run asjx
jfgT Special accommodations for
Ladies and Children.
W. S. BAHTLETT,
Tram-cars pass the place
The first term of Kamehamoha
Hall. SatnnlSy mornings froui 9-U vtero
1 hi 1 n ttwpl nrtmicacts. Alio
SJH' Will DC piCilSVlA l . Vi
i. .iniiw S50.1 a Tear.
npphcants received under 12 years of age.
.v n-nmuiTTfiV AND EMPLOY-
A" inent Bureau has trhi
View. Aala. on King Street. pi"
nse Theatre. Parties desiring
r.f Mv.nti.r. cooks. wlanUtion
supplied with good andjWfJS.
cnfnP at the Bureau. Slataai j.wty-v-
J to Miss Popo cither at Kamehamcha
i . M-511 bo hi tho Hawa-
The Postmaster general is
Mr. John ilcGuire was a pass
enger in the Kinau,.
T. B. Murray bas a fine pLaet-
on ior stile. Annexation guaran
teed. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan returns!
from the Yolcano this moraine
The Miowera arrived from Van
couver to day. She will proceed
for Australia this afternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. Atcberlev
still enjoying their honeymoon at
The Xmas goods in the Japan
ese store next door to the Holo-
MUA office are insf fim fi,;;,
jots of presents that will tickle
he "kids" will be found there
Look at the new clocks now on
exhibition in the Masrm TW
lie at the offices of KnW
rown and you will learn some-
hina in regard to Hmo
Mr. Chas. Wagner who has a
arge number of contracts on hand
o keep roofs fireproof and water
proof by means of his patent
paint, has been kept very busv
lately in examining the staying
quality of his material. Of sixty
five roofs which ho has covered
not one was found to have leaked
during-all the late downpours.
THE LIBEL SUIT.
The editor of the Holomua
appeared this morning in the
District Court to answer a charge
of seditions libel brough against
him by Attorney General W, O.
Smith Mr. Neumann who is the
couusul of the defendant was en
gaged in the Circuit Court and
Mr. Chas. Croightou appeared for
The Attorney General desired
to go on with the case but it was
finall' continued fill Wednesday
owing to the absence of Mr.
Neumann. There was a little
sparring on legal points which as
a matter of cou-so were all settled
in favor of the "republic"-! Judge
In spite of tho cloudy weather
a large uumbor of people visited
tho beautifully decorated grounds
of the St. Andrews Cathedral and
enjoyed the Luau and Luuch J
served in a high class style by tho
many fair and active Jladies who
are assisting the church. To
night ..the Fairwill bo crowded
and as tho rain has taken .a rest
for tho f"ay all good people
should get a move on tonight and
THE WAR ENDED.
There is no doubt that tho
Ja)anese army has by this time
made its triumphant maroh into
Peking. It is no use to discuss
tho causes which led to the con
stant, victories of itho bravest of
brave untionsi -Tho truth is that
tho soldiers wero furnished with
goods that only Japan can secure.
In spite of the largo demands of
the Japanese government on tho
manufacturers the Dai Nippon on
Flotel Street has been able to se
cure some of tho vory best 'goods
and on tho Oceanic there was
received a shipment of Japanese
fancy wares and Xmas goods
that will paralyza tho community
The Japanese army will take
Peking but tho Dai Nippon will
take Honolulu with its largo as
sortment of silks, crepes and
other Japaneso goods. Before
buying tho usual stale Xmas pre
sents call at tho Dai Nippon,
J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Kotils hereby given to all persons that
inert are at tbe Government Vonni at Mikl
Wor.Xov.22.tSM. 1 white horse, unknown br&s4-
lo-o tlaS rfeAt kiaa k?Ti blte pot on
the left feisd wUte pel os the bk aad
i r- lto tOCaM;ftB4SaS;c t&esase
- . 7.
The Kilohaaa Art League.
The Airr exhibition nfr 9TK1 ir
rfwnt St. will be open to the pub
lic Ibis evening. Electric light
on the works of rt these gathered
together give I charming effect
tbpt makes th exhibition well
worth visitinjr. An nrl.'minnai
attraction will be music bv a !
string quartette. Several new
pieces will be played for the first
Russia and the War.
The following nnnaaK Jr.
Overland Mailt Ar, ir,fx-fj
letter addressed to the Novoe Vre
myra by a correspondent who was
commissioned for hvdofrrarVM
work in 1SS6. Ann v?;fnrl P,f
LazarefF, is printed in this morn
ing's Timas. His opinion after
surveying the Bay of Lazarefi is
mac as a cojnmproml nm4 u
subject tojan improved Korean!
governme. bo converted infn n !
prospero locality, but that it
can nevef be a naval port. But
about siy miles north of Laznreff
he saysr that there is a port
Shestakof which otrers much
more promisina features, and m-
minds one. on first impression, a
KOOU aeal of iiomrl-rmrr TTn
warns his readers that tho Eug- ,
lish may bo looking after his im- I
portant station, and advises the I
Bussian to keep a good watch ,
over it. On tho subject of the j
present war, his remarks are '
worth reproducing: Our interests !
in tho Eitst are at this mnmptit i
solely at stake, and the war be
tween China and Japan mavibring
forth fruit for "us. Should" Japan
prove victorous she will, with the ;
purchased political counivance of
the honest brokers, the British,
conclude a profitable treaty with
China, and then quickly proceed
to guide Korea along the path of
progress tojx position of strength
which will place serious obstacles
in our way for safeguarding our
frontiers by occupying points of
advantage in Korea, if not for
active operations, at least with a
view to protecting our shores.
But the opportunity is yet not
lost to us, and we can avert the
danger. We should at once enter
into agreement with Japan and
support her just and reasonable
demands in Korea, by which wo
shall not only secure a clear and
defined basis for Korea, and
free and peaceful progress for its
inhabitants, but by supporting
Japan in the event of her military
successes w.i may obtain for our
self advantages which would
otherwiso f ill to England, to our
detriment. Japan would gdn
considerable more by joint action
with us Mian sho would with
England, who is uot likely to bo
her friond in the future! On the
contrary the rapid maritime and
commercial development of Jap
an will eventually prove a source
of rivalry for England, who will
not submit to such competition
calmly. The history of England
is replete with such examples.and
it is for us to point this out to
tho Japanese." In addition to
tho above, and in showing that
Eussia does not seem inclined to
accept tho advice proffered, it
may be stated that Router's Peters
burg correspondent telegraphed
to Loudon on tho 8th of Septem-
Tbeff "In view of tho reourrent
reports that Russia intended
shortly to send troops to Korea,
it is again affirmed that llussia
has no thought of military iufbr
vention in that country. Her
policy is to uphold her national
interests in tho far East, interests
which forbid an' power, Eastern
or Western, to take possession of
any part of Korea, and in the
meanwhile, during the exhaust
ing struggle between China aud
Japan, which . must end in the
weakoniug of both, to the advan
tage of all European nations; to
bo prePftrocl by strengthening
her own naval forces in Eastern
waters, to step iu at tho right
moment to prevent any violation
of her interests by China or Jap
an, whichever may come victori
ous out oi tue present counict.
THE EXTIItE STOCK OF
Wenner & Co.
WILL BE EOLD
Regardless of Cost
sspt 6 tf -
ISecond-Hand Phaeton at the
. Isew Shop of
; T. B. MURRAY.
King Street nov2itf
Under the Proclamation of
mi 1 1 . 1 1 i 1 1 1 . u 1 . u . . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 u"
of the United States sojourn
ing in the Republic of Hawaii,
are respectfully invited to at
tend Thanksgiving Services,
to be held at the different
Thursday, JSTov. 29, 1884.
I Albert S. "Willis.
U. S. Legation,
STov. 20, 1894
THE GREAT SALE,
Having purchased largely at a late
Credit Sale, I'm now enabled
to sell Goods
than any other Retail Store in town,
All Kinds of Dress Goods
Willbe sold at AUCTION PRICES for
CASH. Sale commencing on
MONDAY, NOV. 26th,
M!. S. Levy.
nov 24 tf
Harry Klem me, Manager
Qor. Nuuanu &. Beretania sts.
Honolulu, H. I:
" The Only Sporting House in
f - - '
O. 3?. S. a Specialitv.-
LOHEXGBEN LAGER BEER
v Always on Draught
2 GLASSES .FOR, 25 CENTS.
Best of Wines, Xiquors,
ALWAYS" ON HAND. .
. - iuitf
We asked you' las t week to cal
aud see -those magnificent COT
TON CEEPES in EVENING
SHADE. Also tho COLOBED
aud FIG DEED COTTON
DUCKS, the GINGHAMS, OX-
EOBDS, CALICOS, COLOBED
FBENCH ORGANDIES, BLK.
FBECH LAWNS, LINEN
LAWNS, etc. The run on these
goods has caused us to C3ntiuu3
tho sale for another weekv We
siill have a sweet variety of pat
terns. An encouraging lowness
of price, becausa they are Quick
Sales nd Small Profit prices. If
you pay kss yo.u can rest assured
you get less. The sooner you ap
preciate this fact, the sooner you
will realize that you can Economi
ze and still be a Fashionable But
terfly. We want your trade and will
have it if goods and prices are an
object to you.
As the time approaches for our
proposed Volcano trip, the Quest
ion: "Who has the most tickets?"
s asked daily. We won't give it
away, but simply say keep every
one of your own as you may be
the lucky one. t
. One thing now we want t J call
3our especial attention to is our
Embroidered Cashmere Shawls in
all shades' Wo have handled
shawls for forty years, but this lot
beats them all. The are the kind
we like to look at, and yet they
are like lha rest of the goods
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
During my absence from the Islands, Mk.
Horace G. Cs.vbbe is duly authorized to
receive and receipt for all monies due and
owing to me J. W. LUXIXG, 'at my office
until November 23rd, 1SW, at which date
will oersonallv attend.
v. it IjU.IUU.
oct 17th lm
t ir- TTrvTurn
CITY DRAYAGE CO ,
Stand: Queen and Fort Streets
. White and Black Sand.
Dra ying Done at Reasonable Rales.
"W. F. SHARRETT, JLufAGEB.
KWONG SING & CO.
HsTsos Zing Si. X35t is Sriii
JOBBING Promptly Attendedi
boy 15 3a
ARE TO IT?
, rani jy
cat, tired, tMrty
t4e voa mmt.
W L'C'JID ftQaCi SS EASf MADE
1KSP.KXAZZ VAXES F.tt CAUCUS
MtrkMcs the. Wood,
ttcklta tb palate.
WHAT'S THE DIFFER
rt on Appsnzrso
for pluun: o imA esc a rEiirxK-ca dk::.k
tonic Yon tatae H as a JUk your Da;vu:
ACoriiiiiG:, iSToon. iSTisrlit
Good all the time. It removes the biu--nor ot mondMr- wtabis tha mmkIw at
lnlU the ffwrinsj of ukrht HIRES KOOTBKEK tWkto, ijMrkttatr. apytrtJMg. CtPO s
a iiuun , - wu as a iuujc.
It is iKviMHt all dbpute a vroAderfiil bcalthtritir drink, aud it t Terr rn.tr tor
to nUerstand why this Is so. The root. herb,
BEER U skUlfally tnade, are the idaniical Utincs frow which phjsfciaM t Uwir wto&l htito
fol remedlej. For iatance: Do yoa btire that rairiha l ralnnbhi raoMdv
IIIKEs i:oo Tifbhi: contalas more wsaparitta
to other ingredients.
It is doin? more to advance practical temperance than tnaar people realiar. It b usl
and recommended by tue uio?t canUotis attd eonervaUr tera'peraaee people. Th mo&
scrapulous abstainer can enjoy HIRES KOOTBEEEhln:f4t, and recommesd K to oUleci
an agreeable and healthful substitute for the strong drink which he opposes.
It is a homennde and horaemakiDg beverage. It is very eaily prepared, aad il Um
plain directions are followed, it will alwnvs be mod. Krerv member oi the fatatlr. hum Htm
baby to the grandfather, can enjoy HIREs ROOTBEER, and etery on of them will ha
Oritur iwraitu tor eacji snairow tuey tawe.
tones the whole system. Children est
tion interests them, ami its use does theta !
BEER that mother made," will be among the
BEWARE ! Do not confound It with other Rootbeer preparatioM, a It k eatlreA)- mh
like anythtus else of the kind. Beware of extraetd adrertted for makhu Rootbeer, m Umj
arc composed eh icily of coloring matter and oils to give them Havor, which emit the a err it i
and cause nausea.
Hires Improvd Rootbeer packages makes really the wost harmfe of our foshtomMe
drinks, yet nourishing aud strengthening the Wood, it ekatwes Ute system of the pof'OaWA
humors that develop in kidney aiid urinar- diseases, and iu feet, ha aay com that arVfe rtom
au impure state of the blood.
Hires Improved Rootbeer is ottered to the pnhlic with fall conftdtttce Of Its rnerU). It
contains no poisonous or Injurious properties whatever, and an iaJUat may take It wttb per
BENSON, SMITH & CO
LEWIS vt CO
HOLLISTER & CO.
Importers, Wholesale and Botail Doalors in
Smolrlri-g Toloacco, and
Agents for the Celebrated
IS USED JBY
SODA WATER WORKS
omw Thmr ic
Tab wfett a BNMa k
For fHuilwUi, Oaf iwt
To itand aMiMWrtfta
.n tb not.i rxvrr.
or Oroz tor M.
- - - -
bark and berriw. trow which HIKES
than aanr irjaparilkvj
The mbwh trwi m
bappktt recollect kn of ehlhthood.
B. X). PIPES.
ilADE IN PARIS.
it tmprored Um aptlte. parlMii tan Mooil. and
Hxlallv ilelkrht in HIKES KOOTKKKK. Ite BratiaM-
Eood. In thoBMixfe. of hornet. "HIKES KOOT-