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d Retail Grocers
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Cash you can always got good bargains.
All our Goods arc Marked In Plain Fiuures;
the richest man and the poorest child can
toll tho prices of Goods in our Store. Every
steamer keeps our stock properly assorted.
Fashionable .'. Society . Writing.. Papers,
Fabers, Dixons and every other kind of
roncu at iuc. per Dozen up.
CROQUET SET8 & OTHEH GAMES.
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The Cock of tho Walk.
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Pan-American Sewing Machines
Hand Machines $12 with Cover.
Stand Machines from $25 Up.
$2.50 extra Is charged for packing and snip
ing Stand Machines to tho other Islands.
A PERFECT STOCK OF
Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Is always kept on hand in either Steel,
Nickel, Shell or Gold Frames. No
charge for testinR eyes and
A Well-assorted Stock of NOVELS always
on nana, a jNeai Assortment 01
Bound & Children's Books !
At Publishers' Prices. No need to
send away for books.
MUSIC ORDERED BY EVERY STEAMER.
Of the Best German, Spanish and American
Makes on hand from $4.00 up.
Just received the BEST GUITAR ever
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Genuine v Spanish v Make
Unequalled in Tone only $7.50.
Banjos, Tamborlnes, Harmonicas, Bones, Etc.
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Nezt door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Mhh. Cot.LAt'0 has received a Large Invoice
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Silk and Embroidered Silk Crape for
Yery Handsome Handkerchiefs,
Embroidered, Drawn Work, Open
Work, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Plain and Bordered Silk Handkerchiefs
Embroidered Cushions, Parasols, Fans,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Mufflers, Opera Hoods, Sashes, Scarfs,
Shawls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
A LA1HIE AShOJUMKNT OF
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With Pictures of Jupanese Scenery,
Costumes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
-- COTTON CRAPE --
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Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
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W. S. LUCE,
Wine & Spirit Merchant
OAMPUULL FIIIEPIlOOr ULOCK,
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NEWS ABOUT HAWAII,
(Continued from 1st Page.)
"As to tho taking of a vote of alt
tho residents of tho islands on tho
question of annexation, I ronturo to
predict that such action will novor
bo permitted by tho Provisional
Government. Tho whites have had
all tho gonoral voting thoy want. If
an honest expression of opinion
could bo obtained from tho natives,
it would bo all right, but it has boou
proved tinio and again that tho
knuakas will soil thoir votes for a
drink. Wo don't propoBo to allow
Bitch an all-important question as
that of annexation to bo sottlod in
"So far as the popularity of tho
deposed Queen is concerned, that is
an uncertain quantity. Ouo thing
is certain and that is that tho na
tives do not desiro her restoration
half so much as lias boon represent
ed. If I could take twenty-five men
away from Honolulu there would bo
no more talk about royal restora
tion. Tho natives are kept oxcited
and irritatod by a score of men who
have lived for a generation on the
pickings of the court, aud for thoir
personal interests those sycophants
aro working to keep alive the so
called royalist sontimont.'
"If no acceptable legislation shall
be suggested by the present admin
istration at Washington, the Pro
visional Government will continuo
in power until after tho next Presi
dential election in tho United States.
Tho hope of the Hawaiian annexa
tionists will bo that tho next admin
istration will provo more favorable
to their desires than the present.
There is no question that the Pro
visional Government can last
throughout tho present term. Presi
dent Dole is stronger now than ever,
and he and his associates can re
main in control of public affairs in
definitely." MR. DAVIES OX THE WAV.
Vancouver (B. C), Oct. 8. Theo
dore H. Davies, ex-British Consul at
Hawaii and guardian of Princess
Kaiulani, arrived this morning and
goes by way of San Francisco to Ho
nolulu. le anticipates some change
in tho Government there, and being
on tho scene will have a hand in
what political movements take place.
He expects that tho Queen will bo
restored eventually, and for that
reason that the Princess will not be
introduced iuto the Hawaiian politi
cal arena. The Princess goes to
Germany to learn the German lan
guage and music.
Allow uie space to answer "Query"
who ovidontly does not intend to
forego tho pleasure he derives from
blackguarding the dead aud insult
ing the living. ""
In my former letter 1 sUowod who
Rives was; 1 will now add further
particulars. He was the sou of a
French naval officer who distin
guished himself at Aboukir Bay and
other famous engagements (vide
Fordos' Naval History). For his gal
lantry he was created Grand Knight
of tho Legion of Honor.
On page 175 of Alexander's His
tory is found the following signifi
cant information: "In August, 1820,
ouo Jean Rives, a Frenchman in
Liholiho's service, came from Kai
lua to Honolulu to expel all foreign
ers who did not belong to the king
or Kalauimoku. In consequence of
this several Americans removed to
Fanuiug's Island. Among those
living in Honolulu at that time was
a long-haired Yankee named Bing
ham. This follow on receiving his
notice to quit from the ennobled
Frenchman went oil his knees aud
bogged permission to stay ay!
begged for pity's sako to bo allowed
to stay in the country which gave
him the broad and salt his own bar
ren New England home could not
No wonder the joalous Jarvis and
the bigoted Bingham hated Rives,
no wonder that those historical Hes
sians had thoir little flings of spite
at their superior when ho was safe
ly out of range. Rives was beloved
of tho pooplo whoso country he
adopted; in thoir meles aud tradi
tions his name will live and survive
over the petty persecutions of lying
historians, just as the religion which
ho instituted here has triumphed
over tho attacks made upon it by
those same historians and their pa
rasites. Anderson and Hopkins
copied from tho two heroes I men
tioned above, Alexandor wont
through all with a scissors aud paste
brush, his statements do not amount
to the proverbial row of peas.
"Query" refers to a statement on
page 164 of Alexander, in which Ka
monameha is represented as having
a yearning for another religion. The
Napoleon of tho Pacific who would
rather fight than eat did not want
any strange gods. Kokukailimoku
was good enough for him, with his
nativo belief, and nativogod, ho con
quered this group, and it is an ab
surd missionary lie to think that
such a man would desort so substan
tial a doity for a foreign god which
he could uot boo, much loss handle.
Tho native chiefs admired and
rospoctod Rivos, who was ennobled
by tho King; thoir moolelos and meles
which aro evou now extant show
their veneration for him; Hawaiians
who aro alive now and vho know
Luahino speak highly of him; so
that tho jealous utterances of tho
disappointed Arago, who wrote his
reminiscences amid bitterness aud
blindness amount to vory littlo, Of
tho missionary historians (o) who
malign him the loss said tho bottor
"ouo cannot touch pitch," etc,
In conclusion I would remind
"Query" of tho dishonorable position
ho occupies, by assuming tho char
actor of a ghoul, and attacking post
humously the unsullied record of a
noblo uamo. Haioiaio.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 189,').
If your tulitoriplioa has expired now
is ii goui lime lo renew it.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
October 17, 1893.
After tho Boat Race.
The Financial Status.
A High Handed Act.
New Kind of Surplus.
Who Contracted tho Debts?
Full Report of Cases on Trial.
PROVISIONAL LEQIShA TURK;
Report of Session P. G. Councils.
THE HO AT RACE:
Myrtles and Healanls.
TIW ROY U LORE TROTTER:
Account of His Doings Hero.
THE iUOWERA WRECK:
Latest News Items Concerning the
Death of Mr. Sam'l M. Carter.
Death of Mrs. Alex. J. Carlwright.
Tho Steamer W. G. Hall.
Local Nows and Gossip.
Shipping Reports, Etc., Etc., Etc.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Home $4. Foreign $5.
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned has just
received a large and varied
assortment of Hem-Stitched
and Fringed Tea Cloths; also
some exceedingly handsome
Sideboard Cloths in different
lengths, which lie invites
his lady customers to in
spect. W. O. SPROULL.
"Is there anvthinc now under the
You will ask yourself that question and
the answer is
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AKO IIAVK A LOOK AT HIS
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PRICE 50c. EACH.
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For Yokohama Direct !
The Nippon Yusen Kaisha's Al Steamer
is due here about October 22nd, and will
leave for tho abovo port on
Monday, Oct. 30, 1893
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HAND SEWING MACHINES
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Celebrated Cottage Pianos
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At this Well-known Store, a beautiful and
artistic line of Goods is now on view, all
having been personally selected. In the
Dry Goods Department
Which is now under the management of
Mr. W. R. Nichols, late of New York,
there is to be found a choice assortment of
India and Surrali Silks, Pongee and Ciape
Bilks, Persian Lawns, Swiss Muslins, Or-
Sandtes and many other Fabrics of lovely
eslgns aud colors. The
Children's and Infants' De
partment Is the most complete in the city. The
Fancy Goods Department
Has not been neglected and is well-stocked
with a choice collection of High Class No
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Ex Barkentines "W. H. Dimond" and
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1 Family Carriage Horse, Ktie
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1 Covered Brake,
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Doors, FenceB, Balconies and
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Made to order of Wrought Iron, by
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Bills of Lading,
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Labels of every variety,
Petitions in uny language,
Envelopes it Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
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jjjQfe ft Builder.
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building trade attended to. Keeps for sale :
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1 to 4 p.m. Telephones: Bell 361; Mutual
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id:r,. :m:. goto,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Sell Telephone IBS,
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Engine Co.'s Building.
HOURS: ltoBP, M.
Kksidenck: Achi Street, opp. Hefornia.
tory School, l'aluma.
DR. J. UCHIDA,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 5 KUKUI, LANE.
Bell Telephone 636
DR. S. ASANO
WILL LEAVE FOR KOHALA
On Friday, Sept. 1, 1898,
And will be absent from Honolulu for
Honolulu, Auk. 2D, !'
AFIHST-ULABB FAMILY BATHING
Resort at Wnlklkl. Traiututm puss
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