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PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
-FOR FOUR WEEKS-
Jiiiiglish TTnrdrobes, Plato Glass Front;
Marble! op Wash Stands,
Marblotop Dressing Tables,
Scotch (Jhests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chair?,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Uoval Worcester Vases,
Uoval "Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret 'lugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
'EAGLE" Brand Boer.
St. Lofts, Oct. 23, lb!M.
MES.SIIS. MAl'I'UUANIf it C(l., Ii'D.,
Honolulu, 11. 1.
Dear Sin: Wo have mailed you n copy
of the Uhbc-Dcmocnit announcing the great
victory won by tho ANiiKtisr.n-lltiscii Asso
ciation with their "EAGLE" Brand of
ANHKUSER-RUSCH P.KEW1NG ASSOCIATION.
(Sjiccial Jksjmtch to (ih'uC-Dcinvcriit.)
Wobt.h'8 Fair, Cittcuio, III., Oct. 20.
No award 1ms over been mado so gratifying
to St. Louis peoplo niul so justly meritod
as the ono given to-day by tho Columbian
jury of tho World's Fair, consisting of con
noisseurs and chemists of the highest rank,
to tho Anheuser-Busch Brewing Associa
tion. By methods ot unrivalled business
enterprise, and by using tho best material
produced in America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and othor adultorants or surro
gates, the ditlcrent kinds of the Anheuser
Busch beer havo bocomo tho favorites with
the American people, and havo now con
quered the highest award in every particu
lar, which had to bo considered by tho
Columbian jury. The high character of
tho award given to-day by tho jurors will
be bettor understood when it is known that
tho dillerent beers exhibited by tho An
heusor-Busch Browing Association had to
compete with hundreds of the most excel
lent displays of other brewers. Tho fact
that no other concern has received so
many points for the various essontial qual
ities of good beer confirms anew the firm's
reputation as the leader of all American
beers, and Mr. Adolphus Itusch can feel
proud over this result so justly merited.
(Continued from 1st Page.)
THEO: H. DA VIES & CO.
Ntiaanti Street, - : Near Hotel Street
has jusr received by lati: arrivals
IH cct nom Chin.i! Finest Mountain Quality' Supoilor to Any
thing Evei fold in Honolulu!
'"fr Ghoics Assortment of Christmas Soys on Hand
Camphor Trim! s Fittrd with J'atfnt J)etertiie Locks,
l.ni'ttt .Sv''"s Chinne Jltimlmn Chairs and Launijcs,
liuutliitl Patterns Chinese Silk and Sill: Jlaudl.rrehien, KU.
Higli Class Tailoring in Ail Its Branches!
Alwuy- on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Etc , Etc.
XiO-w ""Prices a.racL Good Eit Guaranteed
B The above Is a Fac-slmllle of the
Label or the " EAGLE " Brand which took
U9u In ordering this Beer be sure to
ask for the "EAGLE" Brand.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
fc!)j-tf Aacnls for Jlanaiian Islands
Latest : Novelties !
provont tlio adoption of any meas
ures of proscription or pttuiahinont
for what has been douo in tlio past
by thoso sotting up or supporting
tho Provisional Government.
Tho President fools bv our origi
nal intorforouco and what followed,
wo havo iucurrod a responsibility to
tho whole Hawaiian community, aud
it would not bo just to put ono
party at tho mercy of the othor.
Should tho Quoon ask whelhor; if
sho acccdo3 to condition?, active
stops would bo taken by the United
Slatos to offoct her restoration or
maintain her authority thereafter,
you will say tho President cannot
uso force without tho authority of
Should tho Queen accept tlio con
ditions, and tho Ptovisional Govern
ment refuse to suriondor, you will
1)0 governed by previous instruc
If tho Provisional Government
asks whether tho Uuiled Stales will
hold tho Quoon to tho fulfillment of
tho stipulated conditions, you will
say tho President, acting uudor the
dictates of honor and duty, as ho
has dono in endeavoring to effect
Iter lostoration, will do all in his
constitutional power to cause tho
observance ff Jlio conditions he has
Minister Willis reports on Nov. Itt
that Minister Damon had called to
dotail the minors of trouble on
m:n.ii:.s in uoxcii:r.b.
Senator Hoar made a bitter speech
against President Clovoland, charg
ing him with having acted through
out, in regard to Hawaiian affairs,
as if ho regarded himself as the
A fight in tho Houso ovor the Ha
waiian matter followed fast and
furious on tho heels of tho reading
of tho President's message. Bou
tolle iutroducod a rosolutiou con
demning the action of tho adminis
tration, which caused groat oscite
mont and somo uproar. In tho con
fusion Boutollo failed to follow up
his parliamontaiy adranlago and
was ruled out ol order.
Cockran moved a resolution for u
committee of seven to imestigato
tho alleged invasion of the toiritn-
nai linogiiij 01 mo uniicii &:au-;
by the lat administration. Thin
was alsu ruled out under an objec
tion fr.im Boutelle. It was reform!
nest day to tho Coniniitteeof liuli
Bouti lie's lesolution was iiKu
brought uj next day, when tht
movnr made a furious speech, in
which he held, amidst Republican
applause, that it was the imperative
duty of Congress, reluctantly recog
nized by the President, to disaunv.
diseiedit and reprobate a policy de
signed to bring tho country iutn
discredit in tho eyes of tho civilized
world. His voice was drowned in
tho confusion that followed his re
mark, "I care not whence I hi- poli"
emanates, whether from a lift u!'.:
can President or a Democ-iain-usurper."
Speakor Crisp decided in favor of
McCroary's point of ordor, that tho
resolution should bo referred to the
Committee of Foreign Affairs.
Boutollo appoaled from the deci
sion, but, on motion of MoCrei.ry.
tho appeal was laid on the labli !;
a vote of 180 to Si).
One Store above King Street,
Cheapest House in Town
JEW FUKH1 u I
. HOPP &. CO,
Beautiful Articles in Mipe
sai i: on rr.o.M
AND Till: FOLLOWING
THREE WEEKS !
SoSEr Cioods being- sold at
enormously 1 induced Prices,
at less than half the value.
Si?2 The undersigned lo
cated at S"uuanu street, is
offering the following Goods
' tiStf ' ill ' if
to reduce his large
3r Come and see for
yourselves and you will be
Men's denim Pants only 10c. a )air.
Men'? l'ino Black Worsted Ru't- only .$!
Men's lllnc Flannel Coat, 2..r.u.
MunN llluo Flannel Suit-), .V complete
Mon's Straw Hats, 23c. each.
Who Denim, heavy at 15c. a yard.
Fine Whito Blankets, only $1.50 a pair.
Ladies liordurcd Ilandkci chiefs atSc. each.
Fino Sillc HandkerchicN, two for 2oc.
Extra Quality Silk Handkerchiefs, 25c.
Silk HnndkcrchioN, -with Hawaiian Flag
oniy ouo. v
Men's IXtra Sie AVIiitu Silk Handker-
chiefs, at 5Uc. iach
Turkish Towol", onlv !!. cneh.
llrown Cotton, l!i yards for 5(ic.
I.inen Collar--, lUc. caoh, 3 for 2"".
Men'.-. S'rong Workiiig Shoes only 1,50 a
AND OT II F.U GOODS
Too numerous to mention at
equally lied need Prices.
Splendid Line of Kattan and Keed Ftirnitt
Single l'ietcs anil Set1-.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTING;
In Fine Spring, Hair Wool, Moss and Straw Mattresses.
PILLOWS OF L1VK GIOUSU FK.VTHlUtS AND SILK FLOSS
Latest Improvements la Wlro Mattresses, Loungo & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges a
Great Variety ot Bab; Carriages, G.lbs, Cradles and High Chairs.
Our Cubliiut-Mnking Workshop is Snpcrior in Men and Materia
rUrtNITUrtE AND MATTIIESSES HCrAlRED AS GOOD AS NEW.
MATTIXG- - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - jStOT
r- ouu nucFS always thk lowest ik hoxolulii. -
HAVE YOU TRIED
J. KCOE3 cSc CO,
JfcTo. Ta Ziiifj Street. - - - ECoaxel-w-l-q.,
AT T11K FAMOUS ST0IU3 OF
IB. W. S2BZLSK,S &z C
SOS &s B 1 1 PORT STEJHllHST.
Canton "VsTasli IPaorio
A handsomo Cotton Fabiie; New Styles this '-ea'-on; tho eil'ects a'e fnc-uitiiil.";
Silks; to see tlium means to npjtn elato theiu.
Silk finish just out; real Fiench deiiii-ns w Uip lineal ,nd the craze of tin; s
Oashmora Sublimes SO Cents "Sj-i
One of the handsomest Wiiah Matorisl tliK oi-nn niiiro5' :ii-w'! -for
the price has i .ju-i.
Wliite Ija.-vvii3 and XDinaity I -
In Plain, Striped and Checked in great variety.
tW Drossinakinq Under the Manaqeiaent u( SIRS. IIENNEI5. JS3
0. Box 3i.
-I) km. 471.
IN THAT LINE.
-V. O. ROX 372
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Frcsli California Boll Butter and Island Butter .
gT ALWAYS ON HAND Jd
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
f-H- All Ordu.s faltiifullv .iltoiul tc
Miliuitod anil parked with earn
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Oiders
Lincoln Block, Ki.nu S'rnusT, Bet. Fom and Alakea SracErs.
uotii Tnu:i'HONi:.s 210
-V. 0. 1I0X 297
LEWIS & CO.,
1 EOKT STREET.
Iraportfis. Wliolitlfi & Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies .
I'resli Goods by Every California Steamor.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Xnias and New Year's Presents,
MADE TO OHDEK.
Island orders promptly attented to.
E. A. JACOBSON,
ISLAMte Uhdem Solicited. jS5
fJ& Satisfaction Guaranteed.
-P. 0. 1I0X 115
K. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMI'OUTEKS AND DEALEIIS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Now Goods lleeclyed l.y Evi-ry racket from lliu KjKtorn States and Kiirojn-,
li'ltKSU 0ALIFOHN1A - 1'IiODUOti - BV - EVfiJIY - STBAM15H.
All Onlurs faithJul'v nltomlml to niul (loodn Delivered to any
l'jin of tliu City Fitr.i:.
Iumi Oniinn Soi.iciTru. Satisi-aotion Guaiiantced,
i:AfT rollMJIt TOUT AND KINO STIUXJH.
To Close Out Consignments I
For tho Benefit of the Estate of
Commencing on SATU11DAY, Decem
ber Oth, I will bell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celebrated "Star" Brand at
$G.00pcr Half Dozen.
Boys' Suits from 83.50 tip.
Men's Suits fromlS12.00 up.
Men's Extra Pants from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGSTON, Manager.
To Lot or IiOaoo.
rpV0 NICELY 1'UII
X nlslied ltooms for
Ueutlemcu at No, i Garden
rpilE KOUlt 1100MB0N
X the u'lound lloor of
the .Masonic Tcuiplo: thusu
ltooms 1110 fiuitah'o for
HloioH or Olllcee. l''or jiartlculnrs iiiiply lo
u' I.' A I.I.I'.V
Clmirmiui of Tructt oi over Bishop a.
Co.' Hank. hill-1 in
ItEAXi ESTATE I'OIl BALE.
VAi.i'Aiii.i: iMKcr.s ii''
( ImiiroMil l'iopiirt, ).. lid &W'M '
In dllli'icnt I'nrUof thulityof &wf&
Jlonululu; all linrKalim. Apply t?
tUOJi .V A. .1. CAUTWItltllir.
for full jiartlcuhirM to
good wokd rno:i sacuviimd.
Every citizon of tho United State?
should read tho message of Presi
dent Clevoland upou tho Hawaiian
situation, which is to bo found in
full on the first pago of lo-tla's
It is a document punctuated v. ith
facts from beginning to end.
It places this Government in a
position from which there is no 10
treat with honor, savo in undoing
tho shameful wrong that has been
done to a friendly nation.
It amply proves that Tho Bee was
right in denouncing tho annexation
project as a boodle scheme, ongi
noorod by Hessian politicians in the
iutorest of American capitalists.
Tho Houso committeo considered
tho resolutions of Hittand Boutcllo,
and resolved to report tho following
Whereas, It appears from tho exe
cutive communications sent to tho
Houso of Representatives that tho
United btales Minister ana Uniled
States naval forco at Honolulu ex
ceeded their authority in January,
1893, aud illegally aided in over
throwing tho constitutional Govern
ment of Hawaii and sotting up in its
placo a Provisional Government not
republican in form and in opposi
tion to tho will of the peoplo of Ha
llesolved, That it is tho sonso of
this House that such intervention
by tho Govcrnrucnt of tho United
States, its representatives or armed
forces is contrary to tho policy and
traditions of our republic and tho
spirit of our constitution, aud
should bo and is emphatically con
demned. BeprcEontativo Storor of tho com
mitteo offorcd a substitute for tho
resolution adopted by tho majority
which was rojoetod, and whioh Stor
or wished to substituto as a minority
Storor's resolution was of much
tho same tenor as Boutollo's.
On tho 21st Boutollo sunt to tho
clerk's desk nnd had read a lesolu
tion questioning tho authority of
Willis to command tlio Ainoricau
naval oflicors at Honolulu. Tho
Spoakor declined to allow him to
discuss tho resolution without una
nimous consout, which ho could not
obtain. Tho resolution wa-i loforred
to tho Committeo on Naval Affairs.
Wilson gavo notico that on tho
first day aftor tho reconvening of
Congress ho would call up tho tariff
McCroary, chairman of tho For
eign Affairs Committee, gavo notico
that ho was assured Hint within ton
days nfter reconvening two days
would bo given for coiihidoratlon of
Boutollo gavo notico that on llu
first day aftor convening ho would
call up liis Hawaiian resolution u
warding tlio authority of Minister
If you try ihem once you will
smoke no other.
Any one rcturniny SO Jockey
('lab Labels to S. KUBEY &
CO., No. J4 King Sired, will
be presented with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Case.
A.XD : S'rr.vBiKMtK
ESli MATES AND CONTRACTS ON
AI L KINDS OF WOIiK.
"Willi Wii-'ht Bro"
A Good Business on Fort Street
JC6y Inquire of
111 KING STREET.
PerS.S. "Oceanic," Dec. 4th,
A I.VKGK VAKIE1Y OK
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Dillerent Varieties and Latest Patterns.
SHIRTS, SIL1C HANDKERCHIEFS,
PORCELAIN TEA SETS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Lcrw- Prices !
411 -:- King-:- Street
To Arrive per S. S. Alameda
DECEMBER 21, liO:i.
y . t - j
--s sr w'ji v"
Special attention is iMlled too
Sleek of ,.
tJ i. ATifilJ
SILK DKESS GOi
Ladloj' aud Coats' Uaudkerc
(With American or Hawaiian
Shawls, S.iihcs, Table Covet ,
NtclUie, Shiitp, I
C0TT0H CRAPB OF D1FFEREHT
Shi:!), Puj im.i'j. Suits,,
Kimono Patterns, Etc.,
Fancy Porcelain Tea
Ouj3 and Saucer,, Plates,
Flower Vases, Etc., Etc.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envi
Albums, Fans, Paper Lantern?
lauie i;rumu 1'aiib, lit
Importer of Japanese G
200 Fort St., near Custom Hot
Covoih ot union tt.u u. . .
Memo Doohs, can be had on application at
tlio Cnmpany'n Oflleo, (Jucou htrcet.
b'Jl-lni UNION FEED CO., (Ld).
NOTICE IS HERE11Y (JIVEX THAT
all porsons trespa'-sing on Tonj; Fat
Wnl Co. banana plantation at Kalilii-ulca
will bo protecutcd to the full oxtentof tho
law. TONO FAT W'AI CO.
GTOWE WOE.K, ETC.
rrUIE UNDEltSIONED INFORMS Till".
X public that be is ptupared to do all
binds of stono woik, .-iduivalk curbing and
cement 'worli nt verv reasonable rats.
Apiily; A. 0. Cuircii, CiiiiiiiiIiin' JSloiik,
Mercliunt Street. 1'llt-lw-
rpiIE UNDEKSKJNED WISHES TO
JL notify tho imbllo that tho Merry-go-round
will bo run Evrnv Titi'iisiuv Aitv.ii
noo.n, from U o'uloulc for ohildien especial
ly, and Hint proper caro u 111 bo taken to
prevent any incident or iiijuries.
J. A. VICTOR,
Heavy, Flesliy aad Firm, iust received
from tho Coast. AUo
(Fiom Camarinos' Ranch). Fattoned
on grain and fresh meat; any desired
weight; alivo or killed and dressed.
The undefs'gned oircrs for sale iho
ing Deautiful Stock:
Mutual Telephone U78. lm
THE FINE HORSE-
A PARTY DEhlREs TO
llu or In Chaitor a
mimit rinuiii-r or rjoiiooni'r.
For particulars, call at tho -w
Oltico or tbls paper. bUl-2m
OEYEOI JEWELRY AND LAOES.
rpiIE VNDEltKinNED REUS TO IK
L foim the iiubllo that bu bus opened u
Miiiu at No. I.W Nuuauu htioet, Incar L.
AIiIo'k for Hie halo of I'oylon ilauilfnc
turoil .luwulry and llaiid.iuuilu Lace. In
Micutlun ii'ipuctfully Invltcil,
, , . W ' 8AIM1H,
Miiitufni'tuiliig.loNM'Ici', 101 Nuiiaiiii ht.
J! l'or kil by
I'ul'NJIf 1 1 JJ1.
OHET Elie NEW !
"Is thcro anything now un
der tho Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question and tlio
answer is "do to M. Gold
HKitti'.? and have a look at his
Now Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durnblo and cool.
A summer gannont Hint can
not ho surpassed; both in long
and short slcovos. Price 50c.
each. M. Goldhero is tho
solo agent for Dr. G. Jaeger's
ALL DIM DUE A0AINSTTHE HO
liolulu Road Hoard In futuro uru ru
iiuuittud to bu prufenti'd at tho olllvti of the
lUud Hii)iirvUor of Jloiioltilu on tlin 'JUth
of wti'li iiiuiith) othcrwUi' tin1)' will Ihux
uiupt from that numih'a otlinuto and llk
ly not to bu liald for ono or two inimtliH
after, lly onler of the Honolulu Kuiid
llourd, V. 11, Oil MM I.N OH,
bVJ-ll llnid HupurvUori Honclulu.
ANIl 1111! 101.LOU1KO MAlltP:
"Angie A.," "Josie "W.,"
"Sally Black" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and
"Truo Bluo" and
Full Pedi::rcea of tho abovo (
seen nt Oreenfiehl Stables, where in it
tcTiiiB can bo arranged to mit tho tlin
Kh1iiiI.ii. Hawaii rl
rpJIK WEEKLY TiuiiHivriNai
.1. umubol IntciuhtliiK Reudliif! M
ltlutl.f4l niwllol t fimdsn ivituitria