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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, November 14, 1893, Image 4',
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100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
"Worth SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
H. S. TREGLOAN &
Nuaanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST RECEIVED UY LATK UUUVALS
Direct from China! Finest Mountain Quality1 Superior to Any
thing Evui Sold in Honolulu!
Camphor Trunks Fitted with Patent Jktict'ae Locks,
Latest Styles Chinese tiamhoo Chuirx and Laumjes,
Beautiful Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchief, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Etu , Ete.
IiO"w Prices etiici Q-ooci -Fit G-iaa.ra.:riteeci
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
Hew Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attend to.
solicited and pat ked with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Street,
BOTH TELEPHONES 240-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
JOE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IfaLANDS OllDEHS SOLICITED. JS& V& SlTlhrAOflOK OlMJUXTEU).
11. E. McINTYRE & BUO.,
IMI'OIITEIIS AND lil.Al.KHrt IN -
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Goods Itucelved hy Kvoiy Patket from llio Kuttiirn Mate and Kllmpi.
FRESH - CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - liV - ICVKRY - STKAMKR.
All Order faithfully attended to and Moods Unllvurt.il to any
Part of tin Ut) r'UL'i:.
Isu.nu Oimuits Bomcitkii.
-P. O. BOX 372
Batter and Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND
Steamer from San Francisco.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Oidcis
IJet. Foiit and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 217
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
-P. O. ItOX 145
S,V1 m ACTION Gl'AIUNIEKU.
AND KINO STItKKJrt.
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned litis just
received si large and varied
assortment of IIicmstitimikp
and Fiuxokd Tea Cloths:
also some exceedingly hand
some SiuKnoAiM) Cloths in
diflercnt lengths, which he
invites his lady customers
FOR SALE !
The undersigned oilers for ialo the fol
lowing lieautiful Stock:
THE PINE HOUSE
IM TIIK FOLLOW INO MAM-:
"Angie A.," "Josio W.,"
"Sully Blaek" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Blue" and Colt,
Full Pedimces of the above can bp
seen at Oteenrield Stables, where price and
terms can be arranged to suit the times.
Greenfield Stables, : Kaplolaul Park.
W. II. KICKARD.
October 18, ISHi. 8.V)-lm
We have jusl received ex "J.
C. PHuger" and "Paul Isenberg"
from Bremen, large consign
ments of Rock Salt, especially
adapted for Live Slock, and
which can he had in quantities
to suit, at extremely low prices.
Union Feed Co., L'd,
807-2W SOLE AGENTS.
"Is there anything new un
der the Sun?" You will ask
yomself that question and the
answer is "Go to M. Goi.n
HKitii's and have a look at his
New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can
not he surpassed; both in long
and short sleeves. Price 50c.
each. M. Goliiheieo is the
sole agent for Dr. G. Jaeger's
"Sans Souci" Hotel
(Iiliilier 7, JKil,
If unuMie ilititr tucli ulU-faihioncct ii'ii;m
(i tvitly teener i;, tuitl, pure air, clear tea
unter, yvodfuod anil lieaienlji suimits hiiinj
unt btfurt liia fim eiery rimi'i; uier tlie I'nci
Jic ami the tlittant hillt of Wniaiiae, I ret inn
mend him coiilinllu tu the "iimii &mct."
itoiwitr Linus srwuNsny
T. A. SIMPSON, : Manager.
A KIHhT.OLAHH FAMILY
V Iteaurt at Wulklkl. TiiimciirH puns
tliu KU't. Hpveini
untile fur Family
arrHiiuuiiiunlii cuu lio
1'Uilllut mid Kvoidiin
(.Continued from 1st Page.)
"Tho Provisional Govornniont hnd
errors aud difllcultios ouough to donl
with, and I would bo tho last man to
wantonly weaken thoir bauds. But
thoy mado ono most griovoua blun
der whon thoj wont outside the
bounds of tho nation without tho
sanction of tho natives. Such a pro
posal could hnvo uo othor responso
from any modem Christian nation
than it has had from this and, if un
happily for thoinsolves, tho Cninmis
sioners had succeeded in thoir mis
sion. 1 am confident that their deed
would havo boon regarded as either
filibustering or treachery, according
as they called thomsolvos tho ene
mies or tho friends of tho Hawaiians.
"I believe I am credited with some
political mission now, but that is en
tirely without lounuatiou. ami JL
sincerely hope that the strong opin
ions 1 hold will not in any way lea
mo to do anything that would in-
creaso tho difllcultios of the Provi
sional Government, which embraces
some of my warmest personal friends.
"The word 'provisional' must sure
ly bo got rid of, yet what is to take
us place; Tuo appropriation bill
expires, I believe, early in 1891 and
revenues. Will there bo no snow ot
constitutional legislation and will
these fifteen gentlemen proceed
to deal with tho revenues of tho
Kingdom in defiance of the Consti
tution whoso defouso was their only
call into existence.
"There would seem to be only two
courses open--ono is to hold tho
Hawaiian people in bondage to the
foreigners as thoy are now, or to
come to terms of agreement with
"Last February I urged a compro
mise. Now I would urge it again
but the conditions are very much
more complex now, for the annexa
tionists havo left nothing undone
that could excite tho ill will aud
animosity of the Hawaiians.
"Both parties must have a convic
tion that hitherto the fortune of
war has not lain with the annexa
tionists. They staked all on an im
Eossibility aud failing that what
ave they? Either recourse to the
electorate or to another mass meet
ing, and I think that even the bank
ers and merchants who have been
hot for annexation will shrink from
the prospects of government by
Rev. Dr. Hyde on Annexation.
The public here have a right to
know from Dr. Hyde, whether the
following communication published
by him in the New York Sun of
October 11th, represents his views
of our situation:
1st Does Dr. Hydo believe that
any considerable number of Hawai
ians favor annexation?
2d Is Dr. Hyde in favor of ignor
ing the Hawaiians in the disposal of
3d Does Dr. Hyde really believe
that a majority of the joint Ameri
can aud Britinh residents, or even
ten percent of them, would sign for
Finally, will Dr. Hydo reiterate in
Honolulu that tho Provisional Gov
ernment is gaining strength outside
of what its importation of arms
might denote, and what does this
enormous expenditure for deadly
weapons imply but that it is at war
with the people?
As Dr. Hyde is hero to represent
the American Board of Foreign
Missions and is therefore a repre
sentative man,. the outside public,
on whose behalf ho has undertaken
to talk, have a right to an explana
tion. Of course the motives of tho
average annexationist cannot influ
ence Dr. Hyde, as being a represent
ative missionary, neither himself or
family during his sixteen years' resi
dence here, could have loaned money
on mortgage of native or other
lauds; aud tho name of Hj'de never
could have appeared in the papers
as foreclosing any mortgages for
conditions broken, to wit, non-payment
of interest and principal. Nor
could Dr. Hyde or family be inte
rested in any of tho numerous finan
cial coueems here, which have been
booming annexation. As an old
citizen, with a large family boru
here, I object to Dr. Hvde's repre
senting the niue-touths of the peo- .
pie, oi wnom i am one, auu who are
outside of his rapidly narrowintr
circle of influence.
The Rev. Charles M. Hyde, D. D.,
the representative of the American
Board of Commissioners for Foreign
Missions in Honolulu, Hawaii, is at
present in this city. He had lived
for sixteen years in Honolulu, and is
at the head of the North Pacific In
stitute, a traiuiug school in that
city for native students who wish to
become pastors and missionaries.
"In this country," he said yester
day, ''we are iuelined to forget that
the Hawaiians are removed only two
generations from absolute barbar
ism, aud pobple expect too much
from them. Thoy are still weak anil
have to be hold up all the time as
reformed drunkards do at home.
Work in their best interests is great
ly hampered by the constant influx
of undesirable foreigners, among
whom are Portuguese, Chinoso and
Japanese. The last-named people
are coming iu large numbers by
reason of the treaty relations exist
ing with Japan.
"In Houolulu there are 1200 Amer
icans and 800 British residents. They
mould the social and moral life of
the community and constitute its
business activity. Thero are no gon
tlomen of leisure thero, and what
they do to promote the political and
religious growth oi tuo natives tliey .
do at the expense of thoir private
interests, This fact is one of tho i
dillimiltios appertaining to the pros
eui J rowHioual Uoveriiment thnm.
1 The business men have not tho time
to devote nil thoir energies to help,
lug on tho affairs of Government as
they would liko to do.
"The 1'iovisioual Government is
recgllimj by ii the grout powers
ami is accepted as such by all clussos
iu the I'liiiumiiilty. It is gniuing
ulroiitftli mory day, aud is putting
tho administration of affairs on a
moro businossliko basis than it over
"Tho people thore believe that an
nexation is a logical necessity aud
tho only logitimato moans for the
dovolopmont and complete civiliza
tion of tho islands. So long as tho
quostiou of tho standing of tho royal
houso remains as it is, of course
matters will bo somewhat unsettled,
but onco that is definitely deter
mined tho people will bo roadv to
embrace annexation. They look to
this country for every thiug that is
good, aud thoy fool as well that thoy
should bo part and parcel of tho
United States." iY. Y. Sun.
Rooms to let with board at Ilani
Root Beer on draught at Boubou,
Smith & Co.'s.
For Now Silks aud Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Maile."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved -his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Beretania street, near Emma.
Cun. Hekskind aud J. MoMeekix,
Piauo Tunors and Teachers, Pen
hallow House, Beretania street. Mu
tual telephouo 614. Lessons given
on Piano for beginners and practi
cal piano players. Tuning orders
will be promptly attended to.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
To tbe Ladies of
Our Dolls ! -Doll
Doll Bodies !
Have arrived mo as to enable you
to Dress them for Christmas.
We can confidently assert that
a Nicer and Bettor Selected
Stock has not been offered in
THERE IS A BEAUTIFUL
Real Hair Dolls !
are rcadv for vour
Hotel Street, - Oppo. Bethel St.
IN OIlllFR TO KKFKIT A
Total .'.Clearance 1
Before November 30, 1893,
-THK KNTIKE STOCK. OK -
Handsome and Artistic Goods
WILL UK Ot'rhltHD W
R,ed.u.oeci Prices !
Come and See for Yourself !
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
SONORA & CO.
, . ..,..
' Good Square Meals. 15 CtS.
N... 1IH ..,, . .... .,,, ,,.,..,,
I N0, m S l a7u.1V
J. HOPP &, CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture !
Single Pieces and Sets
CORNICE TOLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In 1'itio Spring, Hnlr Wool, Moss and Straw Mattresses.
PILLOWS OK LIVi: GEESE FEATHKHS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, G.lbs, Cradles and High Chairs.
Our Cabinet-Making Workshop is Superior in Men and Material.
FURNMTUnK ANDlATTKESSCS ItEr-AIRED AS GOOD AS NEW.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
OITK l'KKT.S ALWAYS THE
7-5: iZiaa-g- Street, -
PER BARK "C. I). BRYANT."
OF ALL STYLES;
Carpets, Rugs and Mats j
In the Lati-st Patterns; t
" HOUSEHOLD " I
HAND SEWING MACHINES, .
All with tho Latest Improvement.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Pailor Organs, Guitars,
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King Street, uih. Castlu .V Cool.e.
Real EStatO AgeilCy,
No. 519 Fort Street.
1 House on Oerinania stieet $20 pci
1 House on Kiaiim Siiiuiru $15 ier
1 Store under the "Arlington."
1 Store on Nuuanu street.
'2 Houses on Beretania street.
i Houses on Kort street.
House aud Lot on Beretania street near
Pcusaeola. Lot 200 ftet fi outage uud
110 feet deep.
Several Desirable Residences at flrst
1 Residence on Oerinania stieot.
H U ST ACE & CO.
All Kinds in any quuntity
bac to a ton.
From one bag to any ijiuintity.
III 4-ft. lengths aud fetiwcd or Split,
from a bag to any ipiautlty ; also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
The Queen street Shaving Parlors
(Adjoining Morgan's Auction Itniuii)
vnu can uia.MU a
First OlasB Shave or Hair Cut
ALL I'KHhONB HAVINCI CI.AI.MH
ugullifct Kumiimi M a in will pleuhu
pro(tiu the mi m u to tint uiulcralgiii'd at hit
otlli'u. Muriiliuut Htretit.
J. M MONh.YUIUT.
Honolulu, Nov. I, I MIX &7M(
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc,
LOWL'ST IX HONOLULU.
HCoaa-ol-wl-u., E3C. I.
Are Receiving New Invoice of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVEKY STEAMER
Electric Printing: dice,
Where they are fully prepured to do all
kinds of work in the lutest styles, at
the shortest notice aud ut the
most Reasonable Rate.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty i
Executed In the Most Atti active
Read the following paitial list of spec
ialties: uud get the Bulletin's pilces be
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
Bills of Jyuding,
i Whipping Contracts,
1 Legal liliiiikb,
' Vimtuig Cards,
Theatre Ticket b,
Recuiptu of all kinds,
Liihelu of ovory variety,
1'otitioiiH in any language,
Kiivulopcu &, Letter Circulars,
Sporting Hcorea & Records,
l'urputitiil Wawhing LiBtb,
Uoneiiil Hook Work,
Kin., Ktu., Ktc, Etc.,
I'llnlcd ami Ulockud when dcslicd.
Ugr No Job In allowed to li'iuc llu nl-
lll'U lllltll It given .IlllntlU'lllill,