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STEINWAY PIANOS 1
The Rest Atnoricnn Plane in tbo World;
WESTERMAYERS PIANOS !
The Uest Gciman Fianos for this Climato.
HOFF8CHLAEOEU &. Oo, Solo Agonts for the llnwaliau Islands for
Steltiway A. Sons, Now York; and Ed Wcsterniayer; Berlin.
Cabinet Upright &
For Snh nt Moderate Prices by
Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co
406 lm-114 4t King nml Ucthol Sheets.
UNION FEED CO,
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FJLOUR -Altn, Golden Gato & Salinas"a FJLOUIt
IqlophonoD, No. 175.
HOLL1STER & CO.,
100 FOKT 8TJ1EKT. HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Colgate S Co.'s Celebrated Perfumes & Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
ZZZIB U H A C H
WARRANTED GENUINE & IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
Hell Telephone, SO -J jgr Mutual Telephone, 371
Ho, 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
HAVE THE BEST QUALITY
EACH AND EVERY KIND OF
Our " PEDRO
Which will be Bold AT LOWEST RATES by
ttlmnnri Oloolr," Now.
ra-aLir. j ji-is- ns .rotxtsssrasarszi: zn
Granite, lion and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
. House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, GOPtfE& AND
MB- Sheet Iron
Cor. Edinburirh & Queen Sto.
0 A' f)7 K1K vio
DATLT BtTLLETli IIONOIULU, H. I.; DECEMBER, 6, 1830.
Alameda Decembor 14
Australian Mail Service
Mm WAN FBAlICO,
The now and ftpo Al steel steamship
Of tho Opcanlc Steamship Company, will
lio duo nt Honolulu from Bydnoy
and Auckland on or about
December 14, 1889.
And will leave lor tho above port with
mtilla and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having SU.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE Q. IRWIN & CO., Asonte.
For Sydney and Auckland
Tho now and flno Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Decembor 21, 1889.
And will havo prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for tho above porta
For freight or passage, having 8U
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
WE 0. IRWIN & CO., AROnta
. A. G. SILVA,
07 Hotel St., opposite Bethel St.
Cabinet Work Neatly Done,
Furniture Repaired & Polished.
iVItvttliicr Sc Cai'po'tH Laid.
j"Work well and promptly done at
reaonable prices. U98 lm
Prof. Q. SATJVLET,
PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING LESSONS.
Residence: No. 195 Nuuntiu Avenue.
Mutual Telephone No. 099. nov.2C.3ni
AN Experienced Sugar Boiler. Ap.
pjy by letter with references and
copies of testimonials to the
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished. House To Iot
Waikiki, a two story
House, containing sis
rooms nicely furnished with
kitchen, lanai, bath and servant's rooms,
stable, etc , to let for a few months at a
HAWAIIAN BUSETOSS AGENCY.
Valuable Property For Sale
Ojn ituuanu Avenue, a
newly furnished 2-storv
House containing 8 rooms.
Kitchen, uaihrooiu, closet?, carriage
house, Diablo, hencry, etc. Grounds
contain 2 2-10 acres, well laid out in
lawns, shade and fruit trees, flowers,
etc. Will bo sold low, with or without
furniture, horses, carriage, live stock,
and all tho appointments needed in a
first-class residence, as the owner in
tends leaving these Islands.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
THE best remedy for
galls, proud llesh and
sores of everv descrln-
j(-&2 t!on to persons or ani
mals. Adopted by leading horso rail
road, club and livery stables, etc.. In
the United States and elsewhere. Wo
aic prepared to prove thl3 statement by
testimonials and references to planters
and liverymen in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSLNES3 AGENCY"
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
nnd Stereoscopic Ylews of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc ,
in these islands, for sale at reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Fort and Merchant streets.
BB. MONROE, ladies' nurso, has
removcu to jno. y, liuiun lane.
ANEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Organ with eight slops. Suitable
for nchool or church. A flno instru.
went. Apply at 57 Punchbowl utreot,
opposite N. P. Mission Institute. 27!) if
Alt. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
oUlco and pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel and Richard
streots. Scientific treatment In nil (lis
oases of domestic animals. Orders tor
plantation and rancli stock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone ti."i4,
P.O. Box 320. mh.lSfc)
HAVING bought out Mr. W, H.
Page in the "Honolulu Oairinge
Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, 1 am
prcparedjto continuotho above business
under tho old name of Honolulu Car
riage Manufactory, and being un old
experienced carriage builder I eo)i6lt
tho patronage of my old friends and the
nubile in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the business and with e.
pcrienced workmen nml using only tho
best material I guarnnleo general satis,
faction. Please call nnd see me beloio
.jfc. GIDEON WEST.
SEJlIniiolulu, Oct. 2fl, 1H891 lfl I f
A WORKWOMAN ON THE SECOND
Editou BoLumx.Bj' comlerati
iiig tho sytciu instead of tho men,
ns tbo dodge used to bo, our politi
cians havo tnken n broader view of
tho principles Hint should govern
politics. Of couiso thu men ulio
uphold ii bad system of government
must go with It; still, thoy who
profit by tho present system con
sider It tho best, nnd, 09 tho discus
sion on the accond plank of tho Me
chanics' and Workingrncn's plat
form seems to indicate, would insist
in upholding the division of voters
lu two classes, tho privileged nnd
the unprivileged, as the only safe
guard of our liberties and prosper
ity. It seems to Iiavo struck n Ha-
"watinn (of Hie narrow-minded mis
sionary pattern I should judge)
that tho said second plank is an in
vitation to submit to the rabble.
Now, for myself, I'd ns lief have
the qualification of voting for No
bles raised to 85,000 woith of pro
perty, or 1,000 annual income.
But you know It wouldn't be just
nnd fair, It would shut out so much
of tho intelligence of the country,
jou know; and ahem we don't
want to do that ; we only want to
keep out tho ignorant kannka rab
ble, you know; 'tisu'tsafo to givo
them too much power, you know ;
and the 3,000 property or SC00
annual income clause, is just the
thing, you know, so say tho narrow
minded clique. How the largo pro
perly or annual income test is to bo
a pioof of higher intelligence I can
Who says and believes that the
possession of a $3,000 property or
SG00 annual income moans higher
intelligence? (Place a problem
from the integral calculus before
the large propel ty and anuual in
come men and seo how many can
boast of their higher intelligence).
Now, on the same principle, will
not the higher qualification, of say
$5,000 'property or 1,000 annual
income test, be better still? Will
it not include only the more
intelligent, the men of real business
capacity, and the men who possess
the capital of the country?
Since we havo only one legislative
chamber, why have a half of its
members elected by and from a cer
tain class only, and the other half
by all the voters? If class distinc
tion is the object, why not let the
other half be elected by and from
the poorer class alone? If better in
telligence is the plea, do away with
the ridiculous property qualification,
and let an educational test be es
tablished. If conservatism, will
not a Noble elected by a majority
of all the voters of a district better
lepresent the ideas of the time of
his election, than one elected by a
certain class? And what justice
and fairness arc there in a system
that deprives a large majority of
our citizens of the right to elect the
other half of the Legislature ? Per
haps it would hurt the class or
clique conscience a little to answer
these questions honestly.
Yet some people think that large
property holders should have special
representation, and, as we. have
seen, confound intelligence with
money. This wc all know is a false
light upon so good a subject, for is
it not true that labor produces capi
tal ? And would you, Mr. Editor,
believe that the laboring men, who
produce capital, would do anything
to destroy that capital or the means
of producing it? Not much.
borne one has written that 11,000
of our fellow citizens nre "too shift
less or tbo ignorant to understand
an ordinary newspaper or to receive
a gross income of 50 a month, con
sequently, could not think for them
selves nor be trusted with the liber
ties of our country!" This charge
is a gross injustice to our poorer
citizens and in the faco of well
known statistics on illiteracy it is a
downright lie, for which the creature
who wrote those lines should be
There is nothing noble in the man
who indiscriminately brands the
common kanaka or Portuguese
laborer,that is doing all the hard work
about the caneflelds, and is rearing
a large family besides on 20 a
mouth, as "too shiftless!" And
when these hardworking men (whom
he calls the rabble that must be
kept down with as little liberty a3
possible) take up their Kuokoo,
Pao Aina, or Luso Hawaiiano, to
con the news by lamp light, he con
siders them "too iguorant to under
stand an ordinary newspapor!"
Men whose thoughts run in such
narrow grooves should bo pitied.
They do not seem to understand
that the laboring men not nlwayB
ignorant men either who arc striv
ing for a livelihood in the lower
walks of life, are placed there by
circumstances over which thoy hac
no control; and really intelligent
men would not despise them. Of
course he thinks theso men must be
fools not to strike for higher wagej,
get $50 a month, then why, be
come "Intelligent citi7ens lit to be
trusted with our liberties!"
Under tho present unfair system
of voting for Nobles the poor mnn,
no matter how intelligent, vWiose
labor produces the planters' wealth
must remain content nith his paltry
$20 a month and Lave very little in
fluence in the making of laws to
iiupiove his condition, If ho should
desiic to better his lot, circum
stances over which ho has no control
crowd him out with some cheap
Ablatio coolie; which evil the openv.
lug up of tho JNoulo franchise to tho
intelligent voters in .the lower wollts
m me wigiu niuuiiy, aim yivf win
workibgman such a little control of
one of the circuuiatancai over hlin
as would gradually butter his condi
tion. Their lovo of fair play nnd justice
is one of the boasts of tho Anglo
Saxon raco. Let them show, now
how much of these uoblo qualities
have survived the soft cliinuto mid
easy conditloui of this island king
dom ; and vtltnt justiuo and fairptur
will they givo the poor working men,
whose labor is producing the wealth
of this nation, making it a Paradise
for the capitalist but not tho
Maui, Dec. 1, 1089.
NOW FOR SALE AT
Theo. H. Davies & Co.'s
Suitablo for presents;
Dressing Casen, silver mounte.1 ;
Hand Bags & Valisss,
China Dinner SrU,
China Tea Sots,
Fancy Majolica Ware,
Fancy Work Baskets,
Fancy Screens & Lamps,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Dolls! Bolls! Bolls!
Etc., E-c, Etc., Etc.
An Immense Variety.
TOYS, Toys, TOYS,
Tin Toys, Drums,
Doll Sets, Carts,
Musical Toy?, Etc., Etc.
A Large Assortment.
Christmas & Hew Year Cards,
Direct from Raphael Tuck &
and S. Hildesheimer.
Ex. "S. S.
November 25, 1889.
At the Double Stores of tho
Hawaiian News Co..
as Jt 27 Herchunt HI.
Our Holiday Stock of Novelties
Comprise tho largest and choicest
ART -:- GOODS
By "Prang," of Boston; nnd I?, Tuck &
Son i, of London; ever before
shown in Honolulu.
Xmas Card ly tho Million,
From 6 cts to !5.
Books & Booklets,
' For old and young. Many oilier
Goods impossible to enumerate.
EST" Call ourly and get first choice -j
MR. IIARItY J. AGNEW, on account
of leaving the Kingdom to locato
lu California, offers for salo the Pro
perty owned by him. Said Property
consists of his present residence at
Kapiolanl Park known as "Greenfield,"
this Property must bo examined to bo
appreciated. Tho House is neaily new
and well built aud 'of the best material,
Tho Stables aro commodious, very handy
and ample room for the storage of car
riages, feed, etc., in addition to that It
has been the homo of such hoisos as
"Angle A.," "Johnny Goldsmith,"
"Queen Kaptolnni,'' "Mink," and
others that will long bo remembered by
tho public of Honolulu. ,Also, tbo
Household Furniture . In said hoiiEo,
The Land has n li outage on the main
aveuuo of the Park of 250 feet and a
depth of 200 feet. Also, '
About 10 Acres of Land,
Estate, and lying
between the property of W. H. Bailey
aim jas. uampueii, J'-sij. Also,
A Beautiful Building Lot of about 3sj
Acies joining the tine tesldeneo of Cecil
Brow li, Esq. Also,
About 20 Lots in Kapiolanl Park.
All that Piece of Laud ith Improve
ments, comer Penancola and JCInau
kticcts, now occupied by Chas. A.
Blown, Esq. AUo,
Shaies lu Walmanalo 'Sugar Co.,
Mutual Tolcphouo Co. and Kapiolanl
1 Fine Top
1 Road Oaft, 1
Phaeton. 1 Miilkv.
1 Sulky, Double nnd Single
lluiuess, isontb, urns, uuuicrf, bauuie,
nnd a complete outfit for bioakingaud
tialnjug horse i.
&f3" For nai tlculars and di Ices apply
... . 1. 1 .... .. 1.
or, riiiT. urt'KiictEi.i, li'Jj I'liieou
The Thoroughbred Stallion
Will stand at scivlce nt
ItKConiJ 2:22V, Sacramento, Sept. 10,
I'EDioiutu: Marin was sired by
Qulnn's Pntchcn, bo by Geo. M. Pat
chen, Jr.; Marin's dam bv Emigrant, ho
by BHly McCracken; lldly McCracken
by McCraoken's Black Hawk, 707, (tho
sire of Lady Doolcy, and of the dam of
Overman. 2:10U). McCraoken's Black
Hawk, 707, by Vermont BKjuk Hawk, 6;
2nd dam by Marshall's Ulack Hawk, ho
by Easton's Black Hawk. The dam of
Qulnn's Patobcn by Btockbrldgc Chief,
he by Vermont Dlack Hawk, 5.
It. T. Carroll of San Fianclfco, tho
former owner of Mariu, vouches, that
out of thirty-six marcs served by this
horso during his lost season In Oali.
fornia, thirty-tlvo proved with foal.
I'AUL. It. ISKNKKRG.
Aitlflclal Teeth from ono to an entire
set Inserted on gold, silver, nlluminum
and Tubbcr bases. Crown and Bridge
Work a specially. To persons wearing
rubber plates which aro a constant
source of Irritation to the mouth and
throat, wc would recommend our Pro
phylactic Metal Plate. All operations
performed in accordance wilh the latest
improvements in dental science. Teeth
Extracted without pain by the use of
Nitrous Oxide Gae.
CSTOffice at Old Tregloan Residenco
Hotel street. Fcb-20-80
THOMAS & HENRY,
Fort Streot, noxt Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksmllhlnrj, Drays, Carts &
Wagon Building as specialty. M.
Every description of work In tho
above linos performed in a first-class
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
(ST- Orders from the other islands
solicited. Will bo pleased to see all
our old customers as well as new ones.
Mutual Telephone No A7G.
W.W. Wright & Son
70 i 81
(Tho Rose Premises )
All orders for wheel vehicles of every
description filled wilh promptness.
First-clnes mechanics employed.
Fine Carriage Work a Specialty
TRAM CARS. 031XIDVS8CS,
Plantation Wagons, Male & Ox Carts,
Made to order, altered orlrepaired.
Carriage Painting, Trimming,
ETC., ETC, ETC., ETC.
Our HORSE SHOEING Department
Is under the management of R.
oct-lOJ Cayford. 3m
74 King St.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
ianos & furniture
Moved with Caro.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
tho city, and fitted up In the most
approved stylo. Pour tables with ail tho
J, P. BOWEN & CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
O LTJSO HAWAIIMO,
ALL porsons who want to communl
cute with tho Poitucueso, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other holps, will find It
ihomost profltablo'way to advertisoln
tho Luso 1awaiiano, the new organ of
tho Porfuguose colony,, which is pul
lishcd on Hotel streot, and only charge
reasnnahlo ratus for advertisement,
Jb ilUpp V)v iJUaj
-rfmJ I King st
1S3 days from Liverpool. ,
Largo, Varied & Selected Block.
Wicker Ware, Etc.
A full Una
A large assortment.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
Oils ! Oils Z
Boiled & Raw Linseed, Castor.
Paints & Zinc I.
Fern Stands & Wire Baskets
Frypans, Etc., Etc.
IRON! IRON !
Corrugated & Plain.
TIN WARE !
In all varieties.
Fence Wir$ ;!;
Patent Btoel Barbed
BEASTEADS of IRON,, . ,
t PENCE WIEE,
WIEE NETTIHGy , ,
Of all varletlee, always In flock.
Hay, Feed & Flour
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,