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;nf ''y''SMBa " $
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
"Worth. 50 Ooxits.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
"Worth. 75 Oe:nts.
Nuaanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS
Direct from China! Finest Mountain Quality! Superior to Any
thing Evoi bold in Honolulu!
Cumphur Trunks Fitted ivith Patent DeUctivr Locks,
Latest styles Chinese lUimboo Chairs and Lounges,
Beautiful Pattern Chinese S ill; and Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alwuys on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Etc , Ktc.
HjO-w Prices and Good 3Tit Guaranteed
IMPOKTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
SJT ALWAYS ON HAND j&
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Ordera fuithfullv attend
solicited and narked with cure.
Lincoln Block, Kino Sikect,
BOTH TELEPHONES 1MU 1
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers, .Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamor.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IbLANua OnuEits Solicited, J3 C Satisfaction Guahanteed,
II. E. McINTYllE & IHiO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Ntw O ood Received ly Every Packet from the Lantern States and Euio,e,
FRESH - CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE . HV - EVEUV - STEAMEK.
All Order faithfully at tended to anil floods Delivered to any
Pari of the Lit) KKIill.
I BLAND OllDKHS SoLICU'LI), SaTI.SKAOTIOS (JlUHANI KM).
HAM' CORNER KORT AND KINO BTRUr.Tfl,
: : : 25c. Each
: : : 35c. Each
P. O. BOX 372
to. Satisfaction KiluranUed. liland Orders
Blt. Foiit and Alake Streets.
P. O. BOX en
-I. O. BOX HS
AND UL'ALKHS IN
OAN A SON
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned has just
received u large and varied
assortment of IIicmstitciikh
and Fhinoki) Tka Cloths;
also some exeeodingly hand
some Sideboard Cloths in
different lengths, which he
invites his lady customer
"Is there anything new un
der the Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question and the
answer is "Go to M. Goi.d
m:m;'s and have a look at his
New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can
not be surpassed; both in long
and short sleeves. Price 50c.
each. M. Goldberg is the
sole agent for Dr. G. Jaeger's
Sans Souci" Hotel
Seaside raggS Resort
Oi Other 27, lS'Ji.
If nnuone ilenire Such ohl-faihioneil thing
as loiety sceneri, quiet, pine nil, clem sen
unter, good food ntul hull fitly iitnset Uunq
out before hit eyts nery evening mcr the Paci
fic una the distant hills of Wit'utnae , I recom
mend hint loruuitly to tht otfin ooici
T. A. SIMPSON,
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR !
Large Fat Cornfed Turkeys!
STTOKHTSTQ- PIGS !
C. W. MACFARLANE.
ttONKOKMlNG TO AN AMERICAN
I Custom, sanctioned by the Pic:-ident
of the United Status. Thanksgiving Ser
vices will be held THURSDAY, Nov. 30th,
at Central Union Uhuich, at 11 a. m. mid at
St. Andrew's Uuthedral, at hums to be an
nounced latei ,
ALBERT S. WII.l.lS,
U. h. Legation.
Nov. 18, 189 1. x&&-eud
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ATTUK ANNUAL MEETINU OF THE
Union Ffed Co., 1AI, held in Hono
lulu on the 15th day of November, 1M1J,
the following ollleum were elected to serve
for the ensuing) ear:
E. C. Macfailanc
V. F. Allen . .
F. V. Macfarlane.
F. R. N'idu .
Treai. it Manager.
. .. Auditor.
, 11. VI DA.
U. F. Co., I.t'd.
The Queen-street Staving Parlors
(Adjoining Morgan's Auction Room)
Mill fn OIITAIN a
First Class Shave or Hair Cut
iMI'OltTKIt AND DKALUH IN
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
No, 103 IToi't Street.
AKIRST.CI.Ah-H FAMILY UATHINO
Renort ai Wiilklki. TraiiicarM pun
the gulu, Special iirrHiigonioutH can lie
made for Family Plciilffe and Kveiiluu
Bathing Partivn. &HU-tf
rpJIKbltllOONKR 'NORMA '
1 MS Toim KrulMcr. milinliin-
tlalh built of Oak and Cedar:.
Coinr and Copper IWenod.
i it iirue ami pariiciuiiu appiv
71 tl TilKO. Jl, JJA VU'lj Ji (JO,
(Continued from 1st Page.)
NEW VORR PAPERS.
The NoV York Tribuno says:
"With tbo quostioHS of voraoity in
volved in tho coulrovorsy wo nro uot
now concerned. What is curtain is
that there is no business in which
tho United States would appoar at
a greater disadvantage thau in using
its bayonets to prop up a brolion
dovvn throno, especially tho throne
of such a Queen as Liiiuokalam."
Tho Now Ydrk Times, after re
capitulating the facts in Mr.
Grosbam's lottor? concludes "that
the recommendation of re-establishment
of tho constitutional Govern
ment of Hawaii, uudor its lawful
head, tho Queen, is but repairing
the outrage committed in tho name
and by tho power of tho United
All judications of division on the
Hawaiian policy among members of
Congress have been on strict party
Congressman Hitt, ox-assistant
secretary of stato, has come out in
condemnation of tho movement to
restore the deposed quoon.
Congressman Springer of Illinois,
however, says that ho is in thorough
accord vvitli the administration on
the question, and believes tho queen
could not have been overthrown
without aid of United States marines,
and she should bo restored.
Congressman Geary of California
preierreu uot to talk until tlie evi
dence was published. Ho said ho
would not aid in restoring the
It is thought tho Presideut will
send a message to Congress which
will make public many Tacts hither
to unknown iu tho United States,
and put the cae in an entirely differ
Albert Jaeger of Honolulu, iu an
interview iu San Francisco, con
tradicted emphatically the idea that
the people of Hawaii are favorable
to annexation. "As to the talk that
some foreign government, say Eng
land or Gormauy, would got Hawaii
should the United States not annex,
there is no sense in it. Tho people
are all friendl' to tho United States,
and if they were compelled to choose
the United States would be their
Colonel Spreckels expressed his
"satisfaction over the cheerful news."
He did not think any trouble would
ensue over an attempt to return the
Queen to power, but the natives,
peaceable as a rule, would wreak a
terrible vengeance on anv who
dared to molest the Queen.
L. A. Thurston, P. G. Minister to
Washington, did not hesitate to
reiterate that American troops took
no part in the movement, and that
the revolution was initiated by the
Queen and forced upon the people
of Hawaii, who in self-defense took
action, terminating a condition of
affairs menacing to life and property
and which was no louger tolerable.
"The monarchy cannot be restored,"
he said, "except by force from with
out, ami, if that supporting force is
withdrawn, it will bo forthwith over
thrown." Washington, Nov. l'X -A gentle
man entitled to speak ex-cathedra
for the administration on the Ha
waiian situation, told a United Press
reporter to-day that when all the
facts in connection with the polity
outlined iu Secretary Gresham's let
ter were made public there would bo a
revolution of the preseut popular crit
icism of the administration's course
and that many of those who are now
engaged iu making bitter comments
on tne President s intentions, would
be obliged to admit that the restor
ation of Queen Liliuokalaui is neces
sary to satisfy the demands of right
and justice. "I do not know posi
tively," said this gentleman, "whether
or not it is the intention to make
public Mr. Blount's report, but if
that be done, I can assure you that
that the people will see the wisdom,
and foresight of Mr, Cleveland and
Secretary Gresham in doiug as they
have done. These criticisms that we
see iu the newspapers were expected.
They are based simply on what tho
Secretary of State said in his note
to tho President without the know
ledge of the facts by which Mr.
Gresham was guided iu giving his
views. He considered the whole
matter carefully, judicially and dis
passionately, and he was forced to
the one and only conclusion that a
wrong had been done iu displacing
Queen Liliuokalaui and that it should
"Washington City, Nov. 14. It is
learned on good authority that the
cabinet is a unit in indorsement of
Cleveland's plan for restoration of
Queen Liliuokalaui. This fact devel
oped after the conclusion of the cabi
net meeting to-day. The Hawaiian
question was the chief topic of
discussion. Tho mooting was at
tended by all the members except
Secretary Smith, who is iu Georgia.
Secrotary Morton remained with the
presideut after adjournment, aud it
is presumed took luncheon with
It is said that tho Queen will not bo
restored without a thorough under
standing with all the foreign powers,
aud it is also reported that tho Unit
ed States Government has received
assurances that no objection will be
raised to its plan.
More War Ships Coming,
Vaixejo, Cat.. Nov. 14. -It is said
on good naval authority that the U.
S. ships Hanger aud Mohican, now at
Mare Island, are boing made ready
for sea and will be ordered by tho
Seoiotary of the uuvy to proceed
direct to Honolulu. Tho plan is to
increase the number of mariues iu
Honolulu aud give Minister Willis a
large force at command.
It is also reported that 11. 15. M, S
Nyinphe will sail shortly for Hono
lulu. 'The Bost In the World."
This is wlmt W. 1). Wootlrinc., of
lionlly, Ky,, suys of (lliitmhcrluiu's
(,'iuifdi Kinnedy. He spoke fiiiiu piu
Mimil experience iu the uhu of it, him
mH ami family having jufl licnn
cured of bail cough and colds hy it,
tint) consider It thu host Iu the world.
For side by all ili'idniH. llciison,
Smith it (Jo,, Agents (or thu Hawaiian
To Lot or lioaso.
rpWO NICELY KUR
X ulshed Rooms for
Ocntlumuti at No. 4 (lardun
A NEATLY KURN18H
cd Cottnge of thrco
Rooms, tuitabte for two
ucntlanitm. nt 7.1 llnrntntiln
htreot, opposite tho Hawaiian Hotel
NEW HOUSE OK FIVE
Rooms, on Magazine
Street, with bathroom, Pat
ent Y. O.. otu Commands
one of tho llnest viewa in Honolulu. Ap
ply to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
REAL ESTATE FOB, SALE.
rj VALUABLE P1EOE8 OF
I Improved Property, located
In dillcront Part9 of the City of
Honolulu; all bargains. Apply
for full uurticuliirs to
UIIUOK & A. 3. OARTWRIOHT.
The undersigned having been uppoiuted
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian islands
run THK UBI.EIIRATKti
FROM THK WORICS OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
leceive Orders for these Engines,
of any sie and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARE NOW MANUFACrUKINO A
bTYLK OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adaptor! for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will have
pleasure In fiirnishinn plantation agents
and malingers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other mukes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Snln Agents far iha Hawaiian Islands.
Between Alakea and Richards Streets.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PKE
X. pured to make all kinds of Iron,
llruss, Bronze, Zino, Tin and Lead Cast
ings. Also a General Kepair Shop for
?oe'!'" ,m1KiVcsI.,Jli;0 MIUd 01" Mills,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for tht Cleaning of CoHee, Castor OilH,
Beans, Ramie, Sisal, Pineapple Uuves unci
other Hbrous Plants and Paper Stock.
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Arrow Root, etc.
m JJI orders promptly attended to
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
PALO ALTO STABLES,
Sao O'arroli St.,
Two Blooks from Baldwin Hotel, B. P., Cal.
1BEQ TO ANNOUNCE TO' MY OLD
friends and patrons in the Islands that
1 have purchased the above Stubles and
intend to muintain its namesake "Second
to N one" 1st class. Livery Outfits of every
description ulso on hand. Forsale: Matched
Spans, Road and Draft Horses guaranteed
as represented. Correspondence invited.
E. R. MILES,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL IIOUIIS.
THK FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND,
H, J. 3STOLTE3, 3ProiD.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
8! KING ST,
-sy HrtRr wa!!&
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- AND -
Q. J. Wallor, . . . MantiBer,
NEW OTJKNITUBE ?
j. ia:o3Pi dk co.7
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
TliriniMIM1 TTirtlMYHiiT Tlr I
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Single Pieces and Sets
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Fine Spring, Hair Wool, Moss and Straw Mattresses.
PILLOWS OK LIVE GEESE FEATHERS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Louiige & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges. and Sofas,
Great Yariety of Baby Carriages, C.lbs, , Cradles and High Chairs.
Our Cabinet-Making Workshop Is Superior in Men and Material.
FURN1TUKK AND MATTKESSES JIEPA1KED AS OOOD AS NEW.
MATTING- - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE.!
B- OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST IN HONOLULU. -&
J. HOPP &CO,
Otf-o 7" -Kiner Street, - - . KCom.o1-u.1-o., XX. I.
Next door to the Palace lee Cream Parlors
Higli Class Novelties !
Ex S. SChina." i
3M1.R.S. COliLiACO j
Respectfully invites her Numerous Pat- 1
runs to INSPECT the
LARGE ASSORTM EN T
Received by Last Steamer!
NOTE THE ADMtESB
Next door to the Palace Ice Oreuui Parlors
Hotel Street, Oppo. Bethel St.
IN ORDKR TO KfFECT A
Belore November 30, 1893,
-THE ENTIRE STOCK OF-
Handsome and Artistic Goods
WILL RE OFFERED AT
R.ecluoecl Prices !
Come and See for Yourself !
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
519 FORT STREET.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Opening Day for Xmas Goods!
GIO FORT STREET.
CHAIRS, Sic, Etc,
Are Receiving New Iuvole.es of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
Electric Piin. Office,
Where they are fully prepared to do all
kinds of work lu the latest styles, at
. the shortest notice and at the
most Reasonable Rates.
Fine Job Wort in Colors a Specialty I
Executed Iu the Most Attractive
Read the following partial list of spec
ialties and get the Bulletin's prices be
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
I JjjH Heads
Bills of Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
, Labels of every variety,
I Petitions in any language,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
, General Book Work,
Etn.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed and Blocked when deshed.
tffl" No .fob Is allowed to leave is of
fice until It gives satisfaction.
HUSTACE & CO.
All kinds III uny quantity from a
hue to a ton.
Kimii one hug to any quantity.
In -J-U. lengthx aud Hiiwcd or Split,
from a lint; t0 "")' 'inutility; aho
WHLTM& BLACK SAND