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PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
SKT FOR FOUR WEEKS ?3
Anheusor-BuBch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Ecr.
Sr. Ua-iK Oct. , IN.
MKMn. Mm MHt,NK V Co., l.'l'.i
Honolulu, II. 1.
Vnr.S'rs Wu hne mailed you n ropy
of the iJhilcl'ritiociiit nmiouni'liig tin great
victory won hv tin AtiiEt'rn-llrHfii .Wo
math's wlth'llirlr "EAGLE" Hnin.l of
ANHEUHER-RUHCH RREWINO ASSO.
(IMflnl Drtjmteh to 1IMilrnwcriit.)
WomVn FaUi, t'lllo.MK), ll.l, IVt. '-M.
No uwarJ has oerhccn inailc .o uriitlfylin'
to bt. l.otiN tule uud so justly merited
as tho one Ktveti to-day by the Columbian
Jury of the World's lnir, rotiltln)5 ol con
nopWun niul vlieiiiNta of tlie lilphost rank,
to the Atilicuicr-lluvh llrcwliic Aocla.
Uon. Uy nu-thodj of utirhalli-d lmliicn
entprprliK. nnd bv uMng the beit material
(Continued from lit Page.)
of the surrondorcd plunder and so
t hoy aro enabled to mnko a fino show
of popular support in thoir attacks
upon tho procctluro of llio prunt
There is no denying that it was a
tempting plum that it was proposed
IU UIUM IUIU vuiuiiiuwo QUiiJiu .
Hawaii would be an acquisition ol
which any country might bo proud.
It is the gom of the Pacific. It may
English "Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Marblctop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
H3to., Etc, ESto.
untry might bo pi
of the Pacific. It
oven be taken as a fact that of tho
$SP,'W,000 at which tho valuation
of tho Hawaiian kingdom is put,
merchants of the United States own
.S2rt,r00,000, and that this sum would
rapidly increase if American domi
nance in tho island were assured.
Hut these circumstances can bave
no weight in the disposition of the
rpiestion by an enlightened and
Christian community The matter
had to be determined on principles
of abooluto right and wrong. And
every honest citizen of tho ropublie
may rejoico that the representatives
at Washington had the honor and
nerve to throw profit aud popularity
to the winds, ami to settle thi9 nnalr
with a single eye to justice and
en nil v.
I. .... f ll ..f tl.. A.
in view 01 tiro cry in iiuauior'
iroduced In America oml Etirone. cxolitit
n corn anil other adulterants or urni-
irntex. llintlillerent kititlwol I no Anneilser
flinch bror have become tho favorite nith
the American ticoph, and havo now con.
quercd the lilnnet award in every particu
lar, which hail to I if romldered by the
Columbian jury. The hlli clmrnrtcr of
the award given to-day by thu juror will
Ihi better understood when It I known that
the illll'erent beers exhibited by the An
hciiscr-lhuoh llrowlnp Ao:latlon hail to
compete with hunilniU of the tuot excel
lent tll.plnv of other brewer. Tho fact
that no other concern ha received to
many point for tho various essential qual
ltloof pood beer conllrm nnew the firm'
reputation a the leader of all American
been, and Mr. Ailolplius llncli can feel
proud over thli rctilt to lititlv merited.
THEO. H. DAVIES fc CO.
Nuxianu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
has JUar reueiveu.uy latk arrivals
Direct from ihlni' Fluent Mouiitiiln (Jiinllty1 Superior to Any
thlni: Evci Hold in Honolulu '
A Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
fiiMin-. 7Vm.il FithJ n,lh I'.ilnil llflft'livr t.olt,
I ft t SIi,Ij Cliiwxi- 1:imIxo Chain ami J.iu mjt,
llm MM l'Ur. Chhw filth uml -Silk llnntlkereltteft, Elc.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches I
l;ij oil luibd n huitv A mtiiii hi uf l '.iMitiii'rc , Tweeil'i, Ktc , 1 '.!!.
Low Prices ecxicX Qoocl UTii GS-ustranteeci
tib" The ibort Is a Fte-ilmllle of tbe
Libtl of tbe " EAGLE " Brand which took
Vk. In onlcrlni; thU llecr b -arc to
nulTfor the "HAO fa'." Ilratul.
Macfarlane It Co., L'd,
SW-lf .iijfiitt fur ltiiteiiHiui hhiwU
Dai Nippon I!
above "iUiti' lixi uveivi'it nnothcr
Sphuutld liooice of
-1'. O ROX 3T
IMl'OUTP.H ANT) DKALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FRED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Bntter
ALWAYS ON HAND
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
JapauescSilk Fancy Goods
W All Onlerh faithfully attend to.
BOlliiTted and pucked with cure.
ciatltfnctlou KUiirunlecd. Itlaud Orders
Liscoi-n Block, Kisa Stheet, Het. Font and Alakea Streets.
U0TI1 TKLKPilOSKS 'JW-
-I'. O. UOX 2)7
Per S. S. "Oneanic."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
VOi: HRRsBKR -
tei I'llVITl', (lowiio,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN (IKKAT VARIRTY.
V- Inicetloii Itetpccttully Invited.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Okders Solicited.
-p. o. nox i
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
IJIPOIITERS AND DUALEItS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Hood llccelvud by 1 Ivory l'ucl.-ot from thu Eastern States and Kuro)H.
PRKSII GALIKOKNIA - J'KODUOK - BY EVERY - STEAMER.
All Older faithfully intended to and floods Delivered tu ntiy
run of the niv riiEi:.
ISLtNIl OlIllEIIS SOI.ICITKD. SaTIHFAOTION (ll'AIUNTLED.
EAST COHNEIt I'ORT AND JCIN( STKEKn,
Latest : Novelties !
IN THAT LINE.
Xmas and New Year's Presents.
MARE TO ORDER.
ffMtilnrid orders promptly nlienlod to.
E. A. JACOBSON,
term that is tuo keynote ol tuo tiartl
snn protosts nn'mat tho l'rcsldont's
policy, il is iiuoruaiiUK w rucnu luiib
tic is roully but following in tho
footstep of Atnorica'A greatest
statismou in thin mattor.
Webster, Clayton, Marcy, Blatuo,
and lesser lights worn all lu their
tiuio coiifroutod with almost tho
identiuat problem thrust upon Clovo
land by tho proviotts administration,
and curiously enough thoir pollcj',
in all its essential details, was iden
tical with that laid down by him.
In tho archives of the nation thoro
is to bo found the original of tho
lottor writtou by Daniol Wobstor
during his term as Socrolary of
State, in 1812, tu Messrs. Haalllio
and Richards. "Tho United States,
therefore." savs tho croat common
er, "aro mora interested in tho fato
of tho island (Hawaii) and of thoir
government than any otuor nation
can bo. and this consideration in
duces tho President to bo qulto will
ing to doclaro as tho sonso of tho
dovornmeut of tho United States
that tho Govorninont of tho Sand
wich Islauds ought to bo rospocted;
that no K'-i-;5.ought either to lako
poaaoxtcin of tho Island as a conquest
or for tho purpose of colonization,
and that no power ought to soolc for
any exclusive rights or preferences
with it in matters of commorco."
Shortly aftor this President Tyler,
in a messntro to Congress, euuuciatou
similar sentiments in oven inoro de
cisive terms. "Considering, thoro
foro, that tho Unitod States possessos
so vory largo a sharo in tho inter
course of tnoso islands, it is doomed
not unfit to mako tho declaration
that this Government, tho Unitod
States, scoks, novortholcss. no pecu
liar advantages, no oiclusivo control
over tho Hawaiian Government, but
is contont with its indopondont ox
Istonco and anxiously wishes for its
security aud prosperity.1'
Surely thoro is no ambiguity In
that trenchant uttorauco of Amer
ica's sonlimonts toward the haploss
realm to our west.
When Mr. Clayton was Secretary
of State ho sent to Mr. Rives, then
Miuistor to Franco, a protest against
that country's threatened encroach
ineut upon tho island that a handful
of malefactors, advanturers, and
small-fry politicians tindorlook to
pluudur tinder tho pretense of per
forming uu net of patriotism and
Rut, porhaps, tho most com lacing
and conclusive uttorauco on tuo suu
ject is to bo found In nn oOlclal com
imiuicntlou froc U groat Mr. 'Wob
xtur. ti.o Govorninont of tho
United States," ho pointed out, "was
the llrsl to acknowledge tho national
oxislonco of thu Hawaiian Govern
ment and to treat it ox an independ
ent state. Tho United States, truo
to its obligation, has in no caso in
terfered with tho Hawaiian Govern
ment for tho purpose of opposing
tho courso of its owu iudopendont
conduct or dictating to it any parti
cular party lino of policy. This
Governmout still desires to soo tho
nationality of tho Hawaiian Govern
mout tnaiutaluod, its indopondont
administration of public affairs ro-
Bpoctoil, anil its prosnoriiy ana re
Marcy, a statesman, socond not
oven to Webster, wroto in his capa
city as Secretary of Stato: "While
we do not iutondto attompt tho ox
ercise of any oxclusivo control over
thorn wo are resolved that no other
power or state, shall oxact any poli
tical or commercial privllogo from
thorn which wo aro not purmittod to
oujoy, far loss to establish any pro
tectorato ovor them."
If Prosidout Cleveland's conduct
in this affair has boon "uu-Amerl-can,"
ho may take comfort from tho
fact that his course has uoon exactly
that which would havo boon pursuou
in tho samo circumstances, by tho
late Jauios G. Blaine, the idol of Mr.
Cleveland's political opponents, the
vory typo of "Atuoricanism" in all
that that torm implies to tho popu
lar mind. Just about two years ago.
Mr. Blaiue wroto in his capacity of
Secrotary of State: "Tho Unitod
States Govornmont has dooliuod
ovon at thu request of tho Hawaiian
pooplo to assumo oror thoir affairs a
firotectorato which would only bo a
hinly disguisod domination, and
confine its offortB and its iufluonce
to strengthen thoir govornmont and
open to their commorco and outor
priso tho readiest aud most profit
able connection with its markots,
but this policy has been based upon
a boliot in the real and substantial
indopondeuco of Hawaii."
Auu that has been tho attltudo ol
this country from tho vory begin
ning of things Hawaiian.
Not only havo wo always indicat
ed our readiness and determination
to resist any foreign intorferonco in
tho autonomy of tho island, but wo
havo also professod our intontion to
abstain oursolves from any nttompt
to assume control ovor thu territory,
"even at tho request of tho Hawai
ian people," to again quote thu
most American of American statesmen.
No: Mr. Cleveland's policy in this
difficult affair, may bo unpopular,
embarrassing, perilous, and possibly
Impolitic, but it certainly is Ameri
can. It is honest, foarless, conscien
tious, scrupulously just. And no
country under the sun except tho
Unitod States of America over pur
sues such a policy whon It comes to
dealing with a weak power.
LATE FOBKION NEWS.
NEW SCHOOL BOOKS FOR CALIFORNIA.
Stockton, Dec. 23. Tho Board of
Education met to-day, with all, the
members present except Governor
Markham. It was decided to havo
the State language bonks rewritten,
as mo present series i-t not sausiac-
tory. Mrs. Isabella Pierce, wife of a
mombor of the board, was chosen
to do tho constructive work, under
tho supervision of a corps of editors.
Sho is authorized to got copyrighted
matter and seek tho assistance of
tho bost writers. Tho makeup must
be completed by January, 1890. The
proposition to revise tho histories
was postponed for consideration at
tho next meeting, which will be held
in Los Angeles tho second week lu
.. I OKVKRAL ITEMS.
1 Mm nndnw. Iliwv '2H.-A tnrrilm
galo struck at Port Philip last
night. Tho steamer Alert from Port
Alert to Melbourne was wrocked off
Jubiloo Point, aud only one life was
Louisville, Dec. 28. Capt. Georgo
Cross, a veteran of tho Moxican War,
diod to-day, 70 years of age.
Denver, Doc. 28. Tho product of
tho Boston Colorado Smolting
Company for 1803 shows a gain of
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
r:i.jm..vKMBaMBBiKi7,-B l J
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc
50 porcont In Colorado gold handled,
tho total lor tho year Doing
San Dieoo, Doc. 28. Samuel Mc
Koon. father of Hosmor P. McKoon,
Eresluont of tho San Diego Cham
or of Commorco, diod at tho Fanlta
ranch, his sou's rosldonco, this morn
ing, at tho age of 91. Ho had boon
promineut in politics in Now York
anu judge ol tho Mtrrogato court.
Ho was made a Freemason in 1823,
and is supposed tn havo been the
oldest Mason in tho United Slates.
Splendid Line of Rattan and ."Reed Furniture!
Singlo I'Iccm anJ Hi l.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Fine Spring, Hiilr Wool, Mos bihI Btraw Mnttresse.
1'II.LOWS Of LIVE OEESE FEATHERS AND SILK. FLOSS.
Latest Improvements Id Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofia ,
Creat Variety ot Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and High Cbalrs.
Our Cnblnet-Mnklng Worklio N Sitcrlor tn Men nntl Mnterlnl.
rurtNiTL'rtE and jhttresses nEPAinr.ii as iooi am new.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
OUR PRICES ALWAYS Till'. LOW KM' IN HONOf.t'l.l.'.
3STO. T-S, JClxxcr Stroot.
Ak Tour Friend
Who havo taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what thoy think of ll, and the roplios
will bo positive' in its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
tolls tho story of its morit. Ono has
been curod of indigestion or dyspep
sia, another finds It indisponsablo
for sick headacho or biliousness,
whllo others report romarkablo euros
of scrofula, catarrh, rhoumatlsm,
salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills aro purely vogetablo.
HAVE yOU TRIED
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF --
B. F. EHLEE.S & CO.
BOS A 611 FORT 3TK.H3HJT.
Oaxitoix "Weisli ITatorios !
A handsome Cotton Fnbrlo: Now Styles tliln kcrsou; tho dlccta aro fsc-slmlles of China
Bllki; to e them means to appreciate them,
MLA.R.XJ S-A-TEEBSTS !
Bilk flnlth Juit out; real French designs aro the finest and the crnio of tho senson.
Oaslixxxore 0ul3lixn.es SO OontB Yard I
On oT tho htndiomost Wash Materials this season entirely new nnd
for tho price has no oqnal.
White Xjb.'wxis and Dimity I
In 1'Uln, Striped and Checked In great variety.
tW DrtMuklai Uadsr th aUaaatment ol MR8. BGIfrTER. ja
If you try thorn once you wilt
smoke no other.
Any one returning SO Jockey
Club Labels to 6'. KUBEY &
CO., No. 614 King Street, will
be jH'Csentcd with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Casr.
To Close Oat Consignments 1
I'm I lie llenellt of the KiUte of
Commencing on SATURDAY, Decern,
her tnu, I will sell a New (.Vmilgument of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Ctlcbratetl "Slar" ttrnwl nt
$6.00 ptrl fat Doznt.
Boys' 8niti from S3.S0 up.
Men's Suits from $12.00 up.
Men's Extra Pants from $1.50 up.
Mtr. Ml-TELEPHONES -Dux 171.
1 O. Box m
4U KINO STREET.
IIAYE JUST RECEIVRI)
IVrH.a. "Ooortiilo." Dec. 4th.
a nnr vmirrv or
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Different Varlitlen ami l.ntehl rnttemo.
8HIRT8, BILK HANDKKRCHIEFS.
PORCELAIN TEA SETS,
Eli-., Etc., Etc.. Eli'.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
SnMal ntti'iitlon Is called tonurNrn
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladle' and Oouta' Handkerchiefs
(Willi AiiuTltiin or llnwallnn KIk'
Blianlx, Sit dpi, Tulilo Covin',
NcrLtles, Hlilrls, lite, Etc.
COTTON CKAPK OF DIFFEREUT GRADES
I Shirts, I'njainiii. Snltx,
Kimono l'attornn, Etr., Vic.
1 Fanoy Porcelain Ton SotB,
Ciii.i and Suiiivr.i, I'tntck,
! lower vasui, rite, istii.
ChrlBtmas Cards, Fancy Euvolopos,
AlljiuiiH, Fftim, I'upur l.intorn.i,
Tabh' (Vuiiih I'aim, Eti, Elo.
ILiO-vv" Frioes ! ! . . .
t1 1 TTi -n a - filf .tAof ! ITOHAN
- . k6 - v w Impovtor
To Arrive per S. S. Alameda ,
DECEMRER SI, lens.
of Japanoso Goods.
1XI I'tnl .St., near Custom House.
I. LEVINGST0N, Manager.
Frozen a Turlseys
Hiavy. I'li-sliy and Firm, lust received
from thu Coast. Also
(From Camarlnos1 Ranch). Fattened
on grain and fresh meat; any desired
nululit; ullve or killed and dressod.
Mntiwl Tuloplione 3T. lm
Postponed Until Farther Notice.
Watch ron tiie AnnounceiiuntI
WHEREAS MY WIFE, DINAH KA
Iml. has left my bed and hoard,
this is to Rive notice that I will not lie res
ponsible for any debts contracted by the
said Dinah Kaitul without my written
order. J NO. KAIMI.
Honolulu, Jan. tt, 1891. l3-'Jw
REAL ESTATE FOR BALE.
I Improved l'roporty
in illiriirunt Farts ot tli
le Uitv of
Honolulu; all bargains. Apply
for full tiartlculara to
1IRUOE it A. J. OARTWRUIHT.
rpWO NICELY FUR
JL nUlicd Roonu for
(Icntlomenat No. 4 Oardou
Ettry ttacrlptlon of JOB PRINTING
(tone of the liulltttn Office,
"Is thoro anything now un
der tho Sun?" You will ask
yourself Mint question and tho
answer is "Go to M. CIold
hero's and havo a look at his
New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable nnd cool.
A. summer garment that can
not be surpa-j-jod; both in long
and short sleeves. Price 50r.
eaeh. M. Cioi.DiiEito is the
solo agent for Dr. (I. .laoger'-
A Good Business on Feet Street
Tim iiudirslKiied oilers for sale the follow
ing llrautifill Stock:
-THE FINE H01t8B
Nl TIIK rOM.OUIMI MAtll':
"Angio A.," ".losio W,"
"Snlly Black" aud Colt,
"Yum ynm" and Oolt,
- '-ivory," "Violet,"
"True Blue" and Colt,
soon at Qrrunllejd Stables, where prlcn and
Full I'edlKreeii ot tho above can !
tcrniH can be arranged to suit the times.
: Kapiolani Park.
FOK. S.LE !
1 llHlllU' uf
(I. E. 110 A RDM A.N,
61U Fort itreel
'PHI. WEEKLY 1HILLKT1N-2K COU
JL uiutis of Inltrentlni: Rcudlui; Matter,
Iiisnils,t4 mailed tn forlen oonntrie(,tO