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English AVardi'obes, Plate Glass Front;
Marbletop Wash Stands,
Marble! op Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Flail and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Roval Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
THEO. H. DA
d? 3 3 23E 3E 3SIE w
Ntmaivu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS Jl'ST KKCKJVKD HY I..VTK AHK1VALS
Direct from China' Finest Mountain Quality' Supeiior to Any
thing Kvei Sold in Honolulu!
Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
Cumphitr Trunks Fitted with I'atent Detective Lock,
Latest Styles Chines? Hnmlnia Chairs and l.oumjes,
Heuuiifvl l'nllern,, Chinese Silk mid. Silk Handkerchiefs, lite.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alway. on lmutl a Choice Aoitineiit of I'
Low Prices and Q-ood
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
0 ALWAYS ON HAND jrff
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Onlers fnithl'tilU attend to
elicited and packed with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Stheet,
BOTH TELEPHONES 1MU
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
FreBh GooiIb by Every California Steamer.
ick - uorsrc - (ioods - a - specialty.
ISLANUS OUUKHS SoLICITKl). Jgfl &8T SaTI.SKACTION GlURA.NTUKIJ,
TELEPHONE 0.'- -
11. E. McIXTYRE & URO.,
- IMI'Olt'lLltti AND DLAI.IJIW IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Sew OoimIm Huwlvoil Ly Evory I'aeUut from thu Eaxicrii Htatiw and Kiuoi'.
FRESH CALIFORNIA - PHODLCK - 1JY HVKKV - STKA.MIOR.
All Olders faithfully attended
Part of the
Untiii Ohdlks Soi.icrri:ii,
VIES & CO.
i-di meres, Tweeds, Ktt: , Ktr.
1. O. UOX 37-'
Mitl-fllfllnii I'Hiirilllteeil, Mtuul Onlei-
But. Foitx and Alakka Siiieutm.
p, (). BOX '.117
k Retail Grocers
- P. O. HOX H5
u and (looiU JMhorei
City Fit HE.
iSA'iiSr'.MrriON Qua it iNTCKD.
AND Kl.NH oTIiEETrJ,
Australian Veterinary Establishment, Syd
ney, M. S. W.
I take pleasure in announcing thul I
hive established tin Agency In Hono
lulu for the sail' of "my well-known
Kemeiliet, and have appointed Mil.
ClAHKNiK W. Maciam.nk my Sole
Agent for the Hawaiian lhland und
United Status. '
ISiBiiecli JOHN POTTIE,
F. K. Y.M.8.
Calling attention to the above
announcement, 1 hey to inform
plantation owners, ranchers and
tin- public joiiortilly that I am
now in full supply of all of Dr.
Pottie's Celebrated Remedies, to
gether with his treatises on the
principles of doctoring animals
and the remedies to be used.
Dr. Pottie stands pre-eminently
at the head of the veteri
nary profession and his leading
remedies are known throughout
the whole civilized world. No
system known has shown such
splendid results. During the 20
years in which Dr. Pottie has
had charge of the Government
stables of New South Wales not
a single death occurred. Dur
ing the outbreak of "Pink Eye"
in Australia over -C(i(),0no worth
of horses were lost, but of the
cases treated hv Dr. Pottie's re-
medics LKSS THAN ONK PKWKNT
niKD. Lii-t year over 7,000,000
animals were treated by Dr.
Pottie and his corps of assis
tants, which will allbrd some
idea of the magnitude of Ids
business and the efficiency and
popularity of his remedies.
Special cases of assorted re
medies can be had at prices
ranging from $" to 1."), suit
able for plantation stables and
ranches; the-e remedies keep
I especially call attention to
Dr. Pottie's celebrated and un
failing remedy for Maxisk, which
is so widely prevalent among
horses in these Islands at this
time. 1 regard this as a certain
cure, and can show' testimonials
for cures already eilected of
very aggravated oases.
The following comprise some
of the principal Horse, Cattle,
Sheep, Dog and Pig Remedies,
Glelieairn Oil, I Ileal All, or (toldeii
lllaek U.Miglus Oil, Oil,
Urine ami I'olle
Grcn Heal iig Lo
tion, Ulauk HmlliiK Lo
tion, Mange Linlinuiit,
(iall and Shoulder
BlHlATTElif)' PEME)IES(inl)iilk form).
Pleuiii Drentih, for
mixing with drink
for mixing with
Ked Water Dreneh
Stutl Cattle Calving
Seourft in Cali-en,
Hoven Powtlor, for
nint r .
Cafees of At-turled leniecliet in botlle
from 5 to jC-J0, with printed aiuph
lutb on Disease, Breeding and
Win m Speei
Halt Hush Liek,
Ko-jt Hoi Dip Pow
der, Knot lint Hitii'l
Luiii;, HoweU ami
Klul.'u anil Liver
Catarrh in Sheep,
Dl'HLIN AND OLASUOW HOHKK ANJ)
For Hrood Mares,
For Stud Cuttle,
For Fowl, v
'l'raintirs' Eli cine
tiou, Trainers' Laxative
Trainers' Skin it nil
These aie all ripteial liemedies for Pine
Hied Aliimalii, and adapletl foi thu
Peeilllai Comlitioii of the
ing Di Inks,
Funnels' Heal All,
CiiMi of Aborted
All Inland iirdeix iiioiiiiillv at
tended to ami iiiimpbleiH eontitiiiliiK full
Information will be eut on application.
C. W. MACKAHLANK,
S74 &i(t.tittfvr br. I'utlti. iu
Continued from hi Aijc.)
the law of the question, but 1 can
not conceive of the United States
Seerotarv of State receiving with
equanimity a remonstrance, deliver
ed uiiilor the circumstances in which
this remonstrance was delivered.
Itomonstraucos from one govern
ment to another, are very ticklish
modes of communication, under any
But 1 have another anxiety. It has
been my unwavering conviction, that
the United States would reject the
offer of annexation as made, and
that wo should ho thrown bank
upon our own resources. I believed,
however, that she would in some
way enueavor to redress me un
doubted evils that, interfered with
good government, and thus to rIiow
her sympathy with those who had
turned to hor for help. Such a
course would bo in harmony with
all the past rolations of this country
with the Unitou btates, out lao ex
traordinary telegrams of the Ha-
waiiau envoy, and the incidents of
Saturday evening may destroy that
i sympathy, and leave us faco to face
i with merely a restored monarchy,
j instead of a reformed monarchy.
) Wo all want good government,
1 aud there can lie no good govern
' ment, without good will. Is it not
1 time to call a lialt, aud see whither
wo aro bound? Aud if it bo uot too
I late aud if wo cannot got into smooth
I water otherwise, 1 think wo might
do so by asking some of the great
powers to send a commission of eit her
statesmen or philanthropists or both,
wo all agreeing to bo bound by their
decision and advice. It is usoless
for us to try aud comfort ourselves
by tho cheers of San Francisco
newspapers, or by the letters in
which our foreign correspondents
re-echo tho sentiments wo send
them. It is useless to seek consola
tion in the idea that Mr. Gresham
is the mouthpiece of one political
party seeking to discredit another
political party. Mr. Gresham is tho
groat Minister of a great State, aud
with tho full kuowledge of the re
sponsibility which such a position
entails, ho has proclaimed to the
world, in the name or the United
States, his opiuion of tho morality
of the course which tho United
States officials adopted in January
last. Whether reparation to tho
Hawaiians is due or practicable -whether
Mr. Cleveland and his Cabi
net ma1 bo sustained or not at tho
next session of Congress, or the next
elections matters little just now.
What wo have to deal with is tho
fact that those cruel, blinding
words of condemnation have been
spoken by tho highest executive of
ficial of tho United States with
whom other nations have to deal.
It is only too evident that the ap
peal to tho p reseu t United States
Government is going against the
present Hawaiian Government, and
if so, surely the most confident of us
will see the obligation of naming
some court of appeal by whoso deci
sion we will agree to bo bound. If
we neglect to do this, we stand a
good chance, notwithstanding our
reputation fur integrity, philan
thropy, and religion of being sot
down as a community of political
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
Tnr.o. H. Daviijs.
Honolulu, Nov. :50, 189:5.
New Yohk, Nov. 10. All tho pa
pers comment editorially upo'n Se
cretary Qresham'a letter to the Pres
ident regarding the Hawaiian situa
tion. There is a wide raugo of opin
ion, 3"ine of the leading journals
upholding the Administration's view
of the alTair, while others denounce
it iu unmeasured terms. Tho Times
Nothing could more strengthen
the Administration iu thee miidoucc
of fair-minded and fair-thinking
mou than the act of justice to Ha
waii which is published this morn
ing, and there is no strength so groat
or so enduring for an Administration
as that given by the confidence of
fair aud intelligent men. Wo do not
think that an ono of this class can
study carefully the simple and
comprehensive statement of facts by
Mr. Gresham without first a
sense of shame that our coun
try should have been made
responsible for so gross a wrong
upon an uuolleuding, friendly, but
feeble government, and theu by a
sense of profound gratification that
our Government has dotortniuod so
houorably anil so fully to undo that
Wo shall not here undertake to
review, oon brielly, the history so
plainly and logically sot forth by
the Secretary of State. Sullice it to
say 1 hat it snows boyoud all doubt
that the United States Minister to
Hawaii was a parly to thocoiupiraey
formed to sioe the Government of
the Islands by tho direct aid of an
armed force of tho United States:
that tho conspiracy could not have
succeeded without such aid; that
the State Department aud tho Pres
ident of the late administration were
betrayed. American interests stand
on a somewhat different footing
and present a more complicated
problem. Tho United States have
one obvious claim with reference to
the Hawaiian Islands, growing out
of Until sit nation aud the extensive
share of citizens in tho property ami
industries of the islands, viz..: that
thoy shall bo kept within the sphere
of American influence to the exclu
sion of the opposing iulliience of
any other power. That claim will
obtain i ('cognition and can bo sup
ported far more readily by the po
licy pursued by Mr. Cleveland than
iy tlie policy embodied in tho treaty I
of annexation, No other power iu !
the world will think for a moment ,
of oli'onding the United States so ,
long as our Government observes
the rule of fair aud friendly treat-1
inunt both of Hawaii and of other !
....it,.,. ir ru 1 1 l .
1 Wit 1 1)11 h. Mr I Iloeiiliitwl III ult..r I
but'iinul (tl)noliite))' and without risk
so loiif,- ,, IiIh policy iH adliored lo,
all thu mill advantiiKOrt that Miiutua-
lion or a protect orato can claim to
Kive, mid hiniiirct, 1 limn with thu an-
peat and ovon llio uo-oporatlon of
otlmr nutiona, und without auv rea-
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,.w..n ,.n, m.w .i.j iiiui niiiiuii
Next door U the Palace Ice (.'renin Parlors
iiii Class Novelties !
Ex S. S. " China."
Heiiipctfullv Invites her Nu'tnerou
rons to INSPKCT the
1, ARC J R ASSORTMENT
Received by Last Steamer!
NOD: THK AJMlKKHS
Neztilom to the Palace Ice ('ream Parlors
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
Tlie undersigned has just
received a large and varied
assortment of IIkmstitchki
a.n'd FuiN;rci Tka Cloths;
also some exceedingly hand
some SiDKKOAiU) Cloths in
ilill'erenl lengths, which he
invites his lady customers
8 IS tf
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR !
Large Fat Cornfed Turkeys!
SXJOKlIlSrGI- FIGS !
tSf- Inquire of
C. W. MACFARLANE.
The Queen street Shaving Parlors
(Adjoining Morgan's Auction Room)
YOU CAN OI1TAIN A -
First Class Shave or Hair Cut
iiy - -
AFIJiST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING
lie.sort at Waikiki. Tiamcars pasn
the gate. Special arrangements can he
made for Family Pienles and Kvenlnt:
Bulbing Parties. S.sS-tf
iMI'OltTKl! AND DEALER IN
Gent's, Ladies' and Children's Boots, Sboes
No, 103 Fort Street.
To Lot or IioaBO.
Islied ItoouiH for
Gentlemen at No. i Harden
ed Cottige of three
liooiim, Milialile for tno
gentlemen, at 7.') llerelaula
blieet, opposite the Hawaiian Hotel
Ti:W HOIKK OF FIVF.
1 IIooiiih, on Magazine
Hlreet.wlth llulhiooui, Pat
eul W, I'., eto. Command
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, KJSAtl L31Ai;E l01i SAL-
, VA1 ., , ,,
i I inionived Pn'n
j in dlll"ieni 1'arii.of the lily of
J'i"'"Jiii all Imualnr. Appi
I for full iiartleularn lo
itltUOK A A. J. lUHTWItlUIIT.
f. TRADE J
Just Received per "Australia"
A LAKGW ASSORTMENT OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES' & CHILDREN'S HOSE,
FLAN15LETTES, TABLE LINEN,
SILK & CRAPE SCARPS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
IsL. S. LEVY
75 WCTVT STREET 75
j. hoff &. co.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Single Pieees and Sets.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
hi Fine Spring, Hair Wool, Moss and Straw Mattresses.
PILLOWS OF LIVK UKKHK FKATHKltS ANJ) SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements in Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Variety or Baby Carriages, C.lbs, Cradles and High Chairs.
Our Cabinet-Making Workshop is Superior in Men and Material.
FURNITURE AND MATTRESSES REPAIRED AS GOOD AS NEW.
MATT1XG - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
OUli PlilCKS ALWAYS THK
J". HOPP cSc GO.,
T XElxxg- Street, ... KCoaaLOlia-lvi., X-I. I.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Fire links on all kindsi of lutmrance Properly taken at Current KlakB by
SOMETHING NEW !
"Ih tlitTc anything new mi
ll ur the Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question anil the
answer is "(!o io M. Golji
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. Al. (JoLDUKitf! is the
sole agent for Dr. 05. Jaeger's
519 FONT STREET.
OF TH F
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Opening Daj tor Xmas Goods !
rl! KOKT STKEET.
ALL ACCODSTh DUK MK, ASI)
paid hj Tiittnilny, Deeeiuher ft,
Ul he liloaeeiilrd Al n.sei:.
'Ji!-ltt CHAB. J. riHUKL,
CHAIRS, Etc. Etc,
LOWKST IN HONOLULU.
The iinder.s'gued oIl'eri for sale the follow,
iug Beautiful Stock:
THK FINK HOKSK
AMI 1 UK rOI.LOU'INII mabkn:
"Angie A.," "Josie W.,"
"Sally Black" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" und Colt,
"True Blue" and Colt,
Full lVdieieca of the above can he
heen al Orreiilitlii Btablea, where price and
teruif eau be arruned to milt the tluiea.
: Kaplolanl Park,
JUHTOHOWN AT THK AHUI.MANU
Kanch, a eholeu growth of
New England Sorghum Seed
For Kale In !ott to unit, hy
Every deteriptinn ufJOlt I'MNVtNQ
dune ut the UalUtin Office,