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How Many Beans are in the Jar?
SEE IF TOU CAR GDESS.
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
B3?" FOR FOUR WEEKS SS
English "Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Marbletop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Roval Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Yases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
. Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
We have exhibited In oar Window a Glass
Jar tilled with Deans; the nearest
guesser will receive as a
New Year's Gifts,
Silver Tea Set
Four DPieoes !
Now on exhibition In our window.
YA- All Guossing Blanks must bo sent
In by THURSDAY, Dec. 28th, before S v. m.
Tlie nmno of tho nearest euessor
will bo nnnounrod in tho daily papers on
Saturday, Dec. 30th.
ng Ulnnk-s will uo given to
N. S. Eachs', Fort street.
Latest : Novelties !
IN THAT MNE.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Ntraania Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS
Direct from China! Finest Moantnin Quality! Superior to Any-
uiing r.vei 30 id in Honolulu:
I Choice Assortment oi Christmas Toys on Hand
Camphor Trunks Filled with Patent Detective Locks,
Latest Styles Chinese, Iiamboo Chairs and Lounge,
Beautiful Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchiefs , Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches I
Always on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Etc , Etc.
Low Prices and Oood 3Tit Q-iisir ante eel
Xmas and New Year's Presents.
MADE TO ORDER.
' !-Island orders promptly attented to.
E. A. JACOBSON,
uiont of thomsolvos iu powor until
thoy could transfer tho Islands to
tho United Stntos, and Minister
Stovons was iu thoir full coufidonco
at tho timo thoy asked for, and ho
ordered) tho landing of tho troops.
Thov had linen throatonod with ar-
rost by tho government thoy planned
to overthrow, and ho had promisod
to protect thotn. Tho troops of tho
Boston wore tho only moans ho had
of kooping good that promise, aud
ho did not scruplo to uso thorn for
it. But oven to tho thirteen on
gagod in tho plot tho danger of ar
rest was not so imminent as to do
tor thorn from requesting Mr. Slo
vens not to land tho troops loo soon
for thoir nurnosos. Mr. W. O.
Smith, Attornoy-Gouoral of tho Pro
visional Government and a loador iu
tho committee, tostifios that at a
conferonco ou Monday afternoon, at
four o'clock, "our plans had not boon
perfected, our papers had not boon
completed, and, aftor a hasty discus
sion tho timo boing short it was
decided that it was impossible for
us to tako tho uccossarj' stops, and
wo should request that tho troops
bo not landed until tho next morn
ing, tho hour in tho morning boing
immaterial whothor it was niuo,
eight, or sis o'clock in tho morning
but wo must havo further timo to
prevent bloodshed." Nevertheless
tho Boston's men landed at fivo
o'clock, Mr. Stovons boing apparent
ly tho only man on tho Island of
Uahu who deemed tuoir prosouco
nocossary at that time.
To keop pace with Mr. Stovons'
haste tho Committoo of Safety met
secretly a few hours later and Beloct-
od Judge Sauford B. Dolo as tho
civil head of thoir oligarchy, and
Mr. John H. Soper, a citizen of tho
United States, as tho head of its
military forces, then in existenco
only in the imagination of tho con
clavo. Mr. Sopor admits that ho did
not agroe to accept tho command of
tho provisional "army" until ho was
assured that Minister Stovons would
recognize tho Provisional Govern
ment on Tuesday. On thoir part
both Judgo Dolo and Minister Ste
vens apparently did not havo entire
confidence in tho prowess of "Gen
eral" Soper, as witness tho following
letter to Judgo Dolo tho noxt day:
"U. S. Legation, Jau. 17, 1893.
"Think Captain "Wiltso will en
deavor to maintain ordor aud pro
tect life and property, but do not
think he would tako command of
tho men of tho Provisional Govern
ment. Will havo him conio to tho
Legation as soon as possible and
tako his opinion and inform 3-011
soon as possible. Your3 truly,
"John L. Stevens."'
Through tho action of thoir ropro
sontativo tho United Statosi woro
placed on January 10 and 17 in tho
position of armed invaders of a
friendly slate, giving couulonanco
and moral support to a plot to over
turn a Government, which could not
othorwiso havo succoodod and would
not othorwiso havo boon attempted.
Tho charactor of that Government
does not outor into tho question of
tho obsorvanco of our troaty obliga
tions to it or into 1 hat consideration
which is duo to tho weak from tho
strong in tho mind of ovory Ame
rican. ECUENU TVLEIt CHAMBERLAIN.
Catarrh In tho Head
Is undoubtedly a diseaso of tho
blood, and as' such only a reliable
blood purifier can offoct a porfoct
aud pormauont cure. Hood'a Sar
sapanlla is tho host blood purifier,
aud it has cured many vory sovoro
cases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times leads to consumption. Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla boforo it is loo
Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or
gripo, but act promptly, easily and
J. IHZOIRIF &, CO.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
For rkoumatism 1 havo found
nothing equal to Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. It roliovos tho pain as soon
as applied. J. V. Young. West
Liberty, W. Va. Tho prompt rfoliof
it affords is alouo worth many times
tho cost, 50 couts. Its continued uso
will offoct a permanent cure. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agonts for tho Hawaiian
80 1-1 m
'.Rigger : and : Stevedore
estimates and contracts on
all kinds op work.
O'fick: With Wright Bros., : Fort Streot.
One Store above King Street,
Cheapest House in Town
Bargains I Bargains!! Bargains!!!
SALE ON FROM
AND THE FOLLOWING
THREE WEEKS !
Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture !
Singlo I'icccs and Set?.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Flno Spring, llnlr Wool, Moss and Btrmv Mattresses.
PILLOWS OF LIVE QEESE FEATHERS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas
Great Yarloty of Bab; Carriages, C.ibs, Cradles ant1 High Chairs.
Our Cabinet-Making Workshop is Superior in Men and Material.
rUnNITUUE AND MATTRESSES REPAIRED AS OOOD AS NEW.
MATTING- - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST IN HONOLULU.
IfcTo. 74b .KiM-or Streot.
ISoM.ol-a.l-w., EC. I.
-r. 0. BOX 372
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Bntter
ALWAYS ON HAND J03
A Good Business on Fort Street
51U Fort street.
POCKET MEMO BOOKS.
DUPLICATE INSIDES FOR USE IN
Covers of Union Feed Co.'s Pocket
Memo Rooks, can bo hnd on application ut
the Companv's Office, Queen btrcot.
SUl-lm UNION FEED CO.. (L'n).
flow Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
UBT- All Orders faithfully attend to.
wiliolted nnd packed with care.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Inland Orders
Lincoln Block, Kino Street, Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
BOTH TELEPHONES 210
-P. 0. BOX 297
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill EORT STREET.
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Orders Solicited. jgfS &F Satisfaction Guaranteed.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JA all persons trespassing on Tons Fat
Wai Co. banana plantation at JCalihi-uka
will ho prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. TONO FAT WAI CO.
STONE WORK, ETC.
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS THE
public that ho is prepared In do all
kinds of btono work, .sidewalk curbing and
coment work at vory reasonable rates.
Apply: A. 0. Correa, Cummins' Block,
Merchant Street. 910-lw
THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO
notify tho public that the Merry-go-round
will be rnn Every Thursday Aftck
koos, from 3 o'clock for children especial
ly, and that proper care will be taken to
prevent nnv accident or injuries
J. A. VICTOR,
A PARTY DESIRES
XX. Buy or to Charter n
Small Steamer or Schooner.
For particulars, call at tho
Oflice of this paper.
CEYLON JEWELRY AND LACES.
-P. 0. BOX 145
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Goods RocolTed by Every Packot from the Eastern States nnd Europe.
FRESH - CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY EVERY - STEAMER.
All Ordum falthfullv attended to nud Goods Delivered to any
Part of the City FREE.
Island Oiiocns Solicited. Satisfaction Guarantied.
EAST CORKER FORT AND KINO BTRKETB.
form tlie public mat 110 jm opened a
I5U Nuuanu street, near L.
for tho salo of Ceylon Mannfac
store at No,
rrilE UNDERSIGNED BEOS TO IN
tnrod Jewelry and Hand-made Lace. In
jpection respectfully invited.
W. J. SADRIS,
Manufacturing Jeweler, 45(1 Nuuunu st.
To Lot or Loaso.
JL nlshed Rooms for
Gentlemen at No, 4 Garden
rpHE FOUR ROOMS ON
jL the ground floor of
tho Musonfo Temple: these
Rooms are suitable for
Stores or Olllces. For particulars apply
W. F. ALLEN.
Chairman ol Trustcos over Bishop it
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
I improved Propel ty, lorn ted
in dilleruiit Purls of the City of
Honolulu; all ImrKalus. Apply
for full imrtioularii to
DRUOE 1 A. J. OARTWRJOHT.
Tbo purwoso o tbo prosouco of
the bluo-jackots, in tho mintls of tho
committee that asked for it, is sum
med up in tho admission of Jurio
Dolo that when tho troops woro first
furnished thoy could not havo cot
ton along without their aid, and of
Mr. Honry 'Wntorhouse of tho com
"We know tho fooling of those who
were in power then that thoy wore
cowards that by going up with a
bold front and thoy supposing that
the American troops would assist us,
that would help us out."
Tho forces of tho United Status,
thus brought ashoro agaiust.tho pro
tost of a friendly power, at tho re
quest; of men engaged iu a plot to
overturn that power, were stationed,
remote from the residences of Ame
ricans, less than a hundred yards
from the Government Building, de
signated by Minister Stevons as tho
place in which tho Provisional Gov
ernment should bo established to
socuro his recognition, and in plain
sight of the Queen's palace windows.
Admiral Skerrett sums up tho dis
position of tho forces thus:
'The Amorican troops woro woll
located if designed to promote tho
movement for the Provisional Gov
ernment, and very improperly
located if only intended to protect
American citizens in person and
The Queen was dethroned and tho
oligarchy established by proclama
tion, read by a citizen of tho United
btates, snortly beloro tureo o'clocH,
and recognized, in tho name of the
United States, by Minister Stevens
before it was in possession of any
point hold in forco by tho Queou's
government. With moro prudence
Captain Wiltso, in command of tho
"Boston," declined to recognize it
until it came into possession of tho
military posts of the Queen, as it
did by her voluntary surrender of
them early in tho evening. Ilor sur
render was in terms "to tho superior
forco of tho United States," and
"until such timo as tho Government
of the United States shall, upon tho
facts being presented to it, undo tho
action of its representative," aud on
this understanding it was accepted
by tho junta.
On February 25, 1813, KingKa
mohameha III. coded tho Hawaiian
Islands to Lord Goorgo Paulot un
der duress of tho guns of Her Maj
esty's ship "CaryBfort," subject to
review by tho government of Queen
Victoria, and tho British flag was
raised over Honolulu, On July 31
of the samo year Roar Admiral Rich
ard Thomas, representing tho Queou,
decliuod to accept tho cession, and
juuolmuzuu luo jviutr as ma lawiui
sovereign of tho Islauds, stating that
this aot of restoration should be ac
cepted by tho King "as n most pow
erful and convincing proof not only
of tho responsibility ho is under to
rendor immediato reparation lor real
wrongs committod upon British sub
jects or thoir property, but also of
tho importance which attaches to
tho maintenance of those friendly
and reciprocally advantageous rola
Uoub which havo for bo many years
subsistod botwoon tho two nations."
Tho pooplo of Hawaii havo dedicated
ono of tho public squares of Hono
lulu to tho memory of UUb just and
gonorous restoration of thoir na
Tho (iiiostiona raised by Coinmis
sionor Ulount's roport and tho
statumout of facts given in those
pages rosta on tho testimony of an
nexationists tako nroccdonco of nnv
I (juosliou of territorial expansion.
JJsr3 Goods being sold at
enormously Reduced Prices,
at less than half the value.
SSS?3 The undersigned lo
cated at jNuuanu street, is
to reduce his larcre
AT THE FAMOUS BTORE OF
IB. F. EiKCLIEIRS &c GO.
SOS & Sll 3EHOK.T STIBIHIT.
Oa,n.ton "WeisSi Falorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric: New Styles this season; tho effects are fan-similes of Chirm
Silks; to see them means to appreciate them.
JMLJURTJ S-A-TEESsHB !
Bilk finish just out; real French designs aro the finest and tho crazo of the season.
Oasliixier Sutolixxios SO Cn.ts "STard !
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely now and
for the price has no equal.
"Wliite LEL-vvnas a.nci IDiixiity I
In Plain, -Striped and Checked in great varioty.
tgr Dressmaking Under the management of MRS. RENNER. jgg
offering- the following-
SCSJIr Come and see for
yourselves and you will be
Men's denim Pants only 40c. a pair.
Men's Fino Black Worsted Suits only $0
Men's Blue Flannel Coats, ?2.50.
Men's Bluo Flannel Suits, ?7 complete
Men's Straw Hats, 25c. each.
Bluo Denim, heavy at 15c. a yard.
Fino Whito Blankets, only $1.50 a pair.
Ladies Bordered Handkerchiefs at5c. each.
Fino Silk Handkerchiefs, two for 25c.
Extra Quality Silk Handkerchiefs, 25c.
Silk Handkerchief;', with Hawaiian Flag
Men's Extra Sue Whito Silk Handker
chiefs, at 00c. each
Turkish Towels, only inc. each.
Brown Cotton, 12 yards forOOo.
Linen Collars, 10c. each, 3 for 23c.
Men's Strong Working Shoes only $1.50 a
AND OTHER GOODS
jluu iiiwiJUl una iu iiiuiiLiuu ut
equally Reduced Prices.
YEB CHLAJST c& OO.,
800 Nnuanu Street. 2w
MiiT. 544 TELEPHONES -Bei.l 474.
P. 0. Box 380.
HAVE YOU TRIED
111 KING STEEET.
PerS.S. "Oceanic," Deo. tth,
A LABOK VARIETY OF
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Different Varieties and Latest Patterns.
8HIRTS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
PORCELAIN TEA SETS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Low Prices !
411 -:- King-:- Street
To Arrive per S. S. Alameda
DECEMBER 21, 1E03.
Frozen s Turkeys
Heavy, Fleshy and Firm, just received
from tho Coast. Also
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Any one rclurniny SO Jockey
Club Labels to 8. KUBEY &
GO., No. SJ.j. King Street, will
be presented with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Case.
To Close Out Consignments 1
For the Benefit of tho Estate of
Commencing on SATURDAY, Decem
ber Oth, I will i-ell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celebrated "Star" Brand at
$0.00 yer Half Dozen.
Boys' Suits from S3.50 up.
aion'u Suits froni!S12.00 up.
Mon'fl Extra Pants from $1.00 up,
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGBTON, Irlauayor.
Special attention is called to our New
Stock of . ""
SILK DRESS GOODS !
tadioi' and Goats' Handkerchiefs
(With American or Hawaiian FlagB)
Shawls, Sashes, Tablo Cover.",
Neckties, Shirts, Etc., Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, Pajamas. Suits,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Etc.
Fancy Porcelain Tea Sets,
Cups and Saucers, Plates,
Flower Vases, Etc., Etc.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envelopes,
Albums, Fans, Paper Lanterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Etc.
Importer of Japanese Goods.
206 Fort St., near Custom House.
(From Camarinos' Ranch). Fattened
on grain and fresh incut; any desired
weight; alive or killed and dressed.
CAL. FRUIT MAEKBT.
8!)l Mutual Telephone 376. 1m
"Is llii-ro anything now un
der (ho Sun?" You will ask
yourself thnt question mid tho
answer is "Go to M. Gold
berg's and havo a look at his
Now Patont Ventilated Undor
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summor garmont thnt can
not bo surpassed; both in long
and short alcoves. Price 50c.
each. M. Goldberg is tho
solo agent for Dr. G. Jnogor'a
ALL BILLS DUE AQA1NSTTHK Ho
nolulu Roud Board iu future are ro
iiuusted to be presented at the ulllco of thu
Itoail UupfrvUor of Honolulu ou thu iidtli
of each month, otherwise they will ho ex
empt from that month's ciitiiiiuto und like
ly not to lm tiald for ono or two HKiiithn
after, By order of the Honolulu Bond
Board, W. H. OUMMING8,
btw-tf Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
FOR SALE !
The undersigned oilers for sale the follow
ing Beautiful Stock:
THE FINE HORSE
I AND THK FOM.OWIKO MAItEH:
( "Angio A.," "Josio W.,"
"Sally Black" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Bluo" and Colt,
CtF" Full Pedigrees of tho above can be
seen at Greonfleld Stables, where prlro und
terms can be arranged to suit tho times.
FOK. SJLIjE !
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