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New Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
Worth SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
HAS JUST RECEIVED 1JY LATE ARRIVALS
JNreot from China! Vinest Mountain Quality!
Ctiiiijihor Trunks Fitted villi Patent Dettelier Locks,
Luteal Sitleu Chinese liumhno Chairs and Lnuntjex,
Beautiful Patterns Chinese Silh uul Sill; Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Higli Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hniul a Choice Assortment of Cah mutch, Tweeds, Etc , Etc.
XjO-w Prices and CS-ooci IFit G-aa.ran.teci
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
Hew Goods Received by Every
All Orders fiiirlifnllv
s-olirlted and packed with care."
Lincoln Block, Kino Struct,
BOTH TELEPHONES '.'10
LEWIS & CO.,
m ITOKT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Ordkrs Solicited, jtff fj9" Satisfaction Guahantkkd.
JI. E. McINTYRE & JSRO.,
tJiroiiTciis and dijalkics in -
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Ooodn llucdlvi'il ly Evory I'iirkut from tliu Eastern HIiiti'N and Kinoe,
KHUSII CJAMKOHXIA - PRODUCE - BV - EVEKV - ST.ICAMEH.
Ihi.ANii Ohiikks Soi.ii!ni:i,
EGLOAN & SON.
Near Hotel Street
Superior to Any-
fcSulil in Honolulu!
-P. O. UOX :t72
Batter and Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND
Steamer from San Francisco.
to. Satisfaction jjiiaranteeil. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakua Strckts.
-P. O, UOX ttl7
-P. (). JlOX 14.1
to and Ooodn Delivered
AN)) KINO BTHKHTH,
W. F. RoynoHs, : Prop.
To the Ladies of
Doll Bodies !
Have arrived so as to enable you
to Dress them for Christmas.
We can confidently assort that
a Nicer and Better Selected
Stock has not been offered in
THERE IS A BEAUTIFUL
Real Hair Dolls!
are ready for your
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned has just
received n huge and varied
assortment of Hemstitched
and FitrxoKD Tea Cloths;
also some exceedingly hand
some Sidehoakd Cloths in
different lengths, which he
invites his lady customers
SOMETHING NEW !
"Is there anything new un
der the Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question and the
answer is "Go to M. CJoi.d
ijeko'k and have si look at his
.New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can
not ho surpassed; both iu long
and short sleeves. Price 50c.
each. M. CJoliiiierg is the
sole agent for Dr. G. Jaeger's
"Sans Souci" Hotel
(h tuber ST, lS'U.
Ifanmmedesiie such uld-fashioued thimjt
as turrit mvirr, ijuitt, pure air, clear ten
ualer, yuoil fuuil and lieai enlij mnmrlii Ituim
nut before hi c.'cd rtery eienimj neer the 1'aeU
fie and the distant liilln uf U'niauae, I ricum
inend him etndiullii In the "Suns Swici,"
ItOlil.'it'T Ull'IH STI'.VnNSON.
T. A. SIMPSON, : : Manager.
AriltKT-CI.AriH KAMII.Y IIATH1NO
Jichort at Walltilcl, TiamuarN imb
thu (;aln. H.eelal
made for Eainlly
arriiiiHenuiiitH oan bu
riuniei and ICvuiiIiik
JI Tki Tonu Iteuldtcr, niliKlau
Ihilly Imllt of Oak' and Cedar;
Copper and Copper FaHloned,
rim anil particular apply
tf TJII50. II, JMVIKH.tCO.
C TRADE J
Proclamation of ttao Festival by Pros
President Clovelnnd issued the
following proclamation on the !Ul
the Prosidoul of
States of America:
Piioclamation While the Ainor
ienn pooplo should every day re
mombor with praiso and thanksgiv
ing tho divine goodness and mercy
which navo followed tiiem sinco
their beginning as a nation, it is
titling that one day in oaeh yoar
should bo especially devoted to tho
contemplation of tho blossiugs wo
have rocotrod from tho hand of God
and to tho gratoful acknowledgment
of his loving kinduoss: tlieroforo I,
G rover Glovolaud, President of tho
United States, do horeby dosiguato
and sot apart Thursday, tho 30lh
day of tho present month, Novem
ber, as a day of thanksgiving aud
praiso, to lie kept and observed by
all people in our land.
On that day lot us forego our
ordinary work and employments and
assemble iu our usual placos of wor
ship, where wo may recall all God
has done for us, and whore from
gratoful hearts our united tribute of
praiso and song may reach tho throne
of grace. Let the re-union of kin
dred and social meeting with friends
lend cheer and enjoyment to duty,
and let gouorous gifts of charity for
the relief of the poor and needy
prove the siucerity of our thanks
giving. G ROVER CLKVULAND.
Tho Rally of the Leagues.
Within the past few days tho An
nexation Club has metamorphosed
into another of tho soveral associa
tions under which in future it will
hang out. In order to impress the
United States Minister with the fact
that there is a mighty armed Ameri
can force here, the Annexation Club
remnant has assumed, for tho occa
sion, tho title of the "American
League." To be sure the league is
candid enough to state that its
membership is "strictly American''
by virtue of being "native born, and
by adoption," all of whom are "op
posed to royalty" aud waut the flag
of their "common country" to iloat
over them hero, as it certainly would
be most inconvenient for many of
them to get under the Hag at home;
because of a shortness in the cash,
aud the floating warrant consequent
thereon; aud by reason of the sun
dry other causes for a hasty exit to
It is about time that these patri
otic exiles, "native born and by
adoption," should be heard, aud
their wrongs redressed. The' have
hung their harps on these Hawaiian
willows, lot these many years, aud a
new way should be opened which
would enfold thotn within the ten-
alia return tUem to the precarious
existence which they quitted to bet
ter themselves under royalty.
How these patriotic exiles must
have cursed the cruel fate which
hound them to remain in a land of
monarchy! With what joy may
some of them look forward to tho
coming day that may declare a gen
eral amnesty for the children of
It may have been for reasons of
prudence or modest-, that the
League withheld signatures from tho
address, and launched it on the sea
of anonymity, "Molly Maguire"
fashion. If there was any other
cause why this Captain Kidd-liko
mauifosto remained unsigned, it was
probably hecauso no one cared to
vouch for its grammar, and that no
American of decency would endorse
the general hogwash. Its distin
guishing features are selfishness, blat
ant toryism, and an utter inability
to understand that tho United
States is neither the universe nor a
uation that is not bound by the
ethics of international law and
Tho "American League," in pay
ing attention to the extinction of
monarchy in Hawaii, is wasting its
energies on a triilo-liko Hercules
clubbing an infant! Why do not
the patriots seek a larger field, say
the British Colonies, south of us,
where there are from one to two
hundred thousand native-born Ame
ricans groaning under the tyranny
of British, monarchy. There is a
field! The gall of the American
League is stupendous, aud its
stupidity is the only vast aud exten
sive circumstance about it, else the
coterie of P. G. conspiring ofiico
holdiug mercenaries would have
hidden their address in a cellar, and
put a stone on top of it to keep it
out of sight, instead of publishing it
to the world in all its naked foolish
noss. Makee Aui-uni.
Annexation on Maui.
The island of Maui was tho thea
tre of annexationist activity last
week, when that indefatigable or
ganizer and orator, tho Deputy Col
lector of Customs, was sent to blow
the horn for a grand rally. Mac's
arrival was heralded by posters scat
tered over the island, and tho city
of Wailukn was fairly painted roil
in printer's block type. From all
over the island tho patriots came as
"The waves come
When navies aro stranded,"
to tho tune of Mac's pibroch, and
when tho palpitating muliitude as
homblod there was just thirteen -a
lucky number; that is, it would have
been, but that tho odd man was one
Tong Sing, the Chinose caterer, with
a bill of .boinH twenty odd dollars
for refreshments which tho annexa
tionists appropriated at a former
ball and forgot to settle for.
Tho chairman, .1. W. Kalua, open
ed the meeting, which included
threo Americans alleged to bo "na
tive born," two llawaiiaiis, tho bal
ance being a mixture of Europeans,
Portuguese ami one KnuiHltatkaa.
Tho Chinninaii having kept beating
n loni'toiu on tho door wa intro
duced, and after being admonished
by the chairman for iiitnrniplhig
tho vital hiiKiuuHH of thu country,
was solemuly informed that wo
would he annexed boforo next Chin
ese now year, aud then John W.
would see that congress voted tho
Totig Sing bill, togothor with cost
of hnlf a dozon sanishu which Tong
had hot tor hurry up and got.
Tho busmoss of the evening was
with, and tho Em-
Star resolution that all gov
ernment employee under 45 yoars
shall bo forced to bocomovoluntoora
having been mtorprotod into four
languages was carried unanimously;
it boing understood that all prosont
wore over f0 yoars of ago and there
fore oxoinpt from any lioavior duty
than carrying a pocket pistol loaded
with "old rye."
One American prosont holding a
govommont position, who question
ed tho right of the P. G-. to coorco
govommont employees, was sat upon
aud discharged tho samo night, and
tho Portuguese said that "Don
Carlos say Portuguese no more carry
gun me pau, whereupon a uigu
official suggested that if tho Portu
guese wore not going to carry any
more guns, they had hotter return
them, a proposition which the sous
of Lusitania said they would take
time to consider and withdrew.
Tho Kamskatkan then throw out
hints of disaffection, said his Ha
waiian wifo's relations threatened him
aud burned his club taK on a bonfire.
His largest leg was already over tho
feuco and he could muster two thou
s md Maui men for tho Quoen if annex
ation didn't hurry up. The chief of
police offered to run tho 2000 in if
tho member from the North Pole
would give him tho names. "Yor
kiant do it," was tho respouso. Five
of the members then organized
themselves into a Citizens' Kesorvo,
aud would forward a request to head
quarters for one of the twelve gat-
nug guns iu xionuiiuu. luau tnuuynu
Honolulu wanted all tho gatlings
for city use, although two had been
sent to Moanalua; but if tho P. O.
could sell more bonds, which was
doubtful, they would import auothor
dozen of gatlings and a full park of
artillery. It was further suggested
by the Citizens' Reserve that Kalua
being now a good braud of native
"Melakin man," with no kanaka
about him, he ought to have a gov
ernment job. Moreover, if there was
any superfluous coin in the treasury
at headquarters they might consider
the advantage of cancelling a few
of the Citizens' Reserve mortgages,
just to make one or two of them feel
good. At this juncture the mem
bers of the several leagues and re
servos and clubs quietly slipped out,
and the chairman and Mac being
alone gave three cheers for the 1 . I.
aud adjourned to meet the balance
of the audience who were clearing
their throats at Kalua's house for
the .samshu. 'Twas a grand rally it
was. Makee Aupuni.
Gleanings and Gossip
Queen Victoria's 55 pet dogs have
a Uining room that is hanasomeiy
, 1 ,
lmT and ornamented with tho
-f .-oiio ol their
aucontors. in oils
(Jarlylo's homo in Che
Uhelsea, is in a fearfullv
uegieciea condition, ana it is pro
posed to buy it by public subscrip
tion and set it apart as a place of
Mrs. Cookesley, for painting the
portrait of the sultan's seven-year-old
son, has been docorated with the
diamoud-studded star of the order
of the Chefakat. She is a San Fran
cisco artist, traveling iu the East
with her husband, Capt. E. A.
Amos Densmore, inventor of the
railroad oil tank aud joint inventor
with a brother of the Remington
typewriter, died lately in New York
at tho agrt of 09. Tho Densmores
sold out their interest iu the Re
mington in 1880, and then Amos
launched the Densmore which he
sold last spring to tho Union type
A Common Occurrence.
It is not unusual for colds con
tracted iu the fall mouths to hang
on all wiutor or as soon as a person
is over oue cold to contract another.
This succession of colds is what
causes chronic catarrh aud bron
chitis. Oue or the other of these
diseases is almost certain to be tho
result. For this reason it is of much
importance that colds contracted at
this season of the yoar receive
prompt attention. They can be
quickly cured if Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used. It acts on
natures plan, loosens the cold, aids
expectoration, and relieves the
lungs, soon effecting a permanent
cure. 25 aud 50 cont bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
To Lot or Leaso.
rpWO NICELY EUK--L
nisheil Hooiiih for
Oontleinun at No. 4 Uarrfen
A NEATLY FURNISH
eil Counts of three
JtooniM, suitable for two
centleiueu. at 7.S Iteietania
Street, opposite the Hawaiian Hotel.
JISW IIUI'HKUK 1'IVK kM
r Kooiiib, on Magazine Afi!
Street, with llathrooiu, 1'at- m
uut W. U..(Uu. (JoiiiiiiaiiilH Hii
one of the IIiipmI vlewb iu Honolulu
ply to ( 1,7 tf ) .1. M
KEAL ESTATE l'OR SALE.
7 VALUAM.E I'lEOES OK
I Improved 1'ioperty, located
In illlli'iuut I'aiUof thu Oitvof
Honolulu; all ImriniliiH, Ailiilv
for full purtlculiirs to
IIUIJOE ,V A .1. OAUTWItldHT.
OO.MI: LIVIMI CAM'S KOIt IIIIKEI).
J IliK. HO lllpi llnualluu I'oioaimtH for
".".!"."' ,. . ' MNUKMANN.
Wulluii, Ivaiiul. ew-ai
rTTrMr i TBi1itrwT'iilinrtry'r'i
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture !
Single Pieces and Sets.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Kino Spring, Hair Wool, Moss and Straw Mattresses.
IMI.LOWS OK UVR OEE8E FEATHEI1S AND SILK KLOSB. .
Latest improvements in Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Solas,
Great Ya'rlety of. Baby Carriages, C.fbs, Cradles and High Chairs.
Our Cabinet-Making Workshop is Superior in Men and Material.
FUItNlTUIlE AND MATTRESSES REPAIRED AS GOOD AS NEW.
MVTTIXU - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
OUK J'MCES ALWAYS THE
'T'-S: JS:i.g- Street, -
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
High Class Novelties !
Ex S. S. " China."
MRS. OOIj Tj A. O O
ltespectfnllv invites her Numerous
riiiis to INSPECT the
Received by Last Steamer!
NOTE THE ADDRESS
Next door to the Palace lee Cream Parlors
Oppo. Bethel St.
IN OnilKlt TO EFFECT A
Before November 30, 1893,
THE ENTIRE BTOCK. OF
Handsome and Artistic Goods
WIM. UK OFFKIIKD AT
Reduced Prices !
Gome and See for Yourself !
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
BH FORT STJtBET.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. IStb.
Opening Day (or Xmas Goods !
Mil TOUT 8TKBI3T.
in Antique Oak
CHAIRS, Etc. Etc,
LOWEST IN HONOLULU.
Are Receiving New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY KVKRY STRAMKR
Electric Priii Office,
Where they are fully prepared to do all
kinds of work in the latest styles, at
the shortest notice and at the
most Reasonable Rates.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty !
Executed in the Most Attractive
Read the following partial list of spe
ialties and get the Bulletin's prices be
fore placing your orders. By so dolug
you will save both time and money.
Bills uf Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Etn.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed' and Blocked when desired.
1ST No Job is allowed to leave the of
II ce until it gives satisfaction.
In any quantity from a
hag to a ton.
From our Img to any quantity,
In l-lt. It'iiKtlm ami Kmvrd or Split,
from u hat; ' "iiy quantity ; uUo
WIllTWit HI.AOK SAND