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Watohmakkh and Jkwki.kk
003 Kurt Btrftfi, Honolulu, H. 1.
f. 0. Hoi ai7. Mutual Tele. w.
DR. C. W. MOOltlfi,
1400 Van Neef At., B. K., Cal.
Elegant Apartments for PaliwutB.
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ttf Dr. Moore oilers invuliiln nil Hit
oomforts of home, with uoiiMunt ami care.
fu) treatment, liefer to H. K. MHi'farlaii.
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Orrioss New bale Deposit UulimiiK,
Kort street, Honolulu, U. I.
flank, BpeclUoations and BitpertiiUtud
euoe fflrun for Every Debcriptlon of Uuild
lu. Old Building eucceanlully Keiuod
elled and Enlarged. D)Ikii for Interim
Decorations. Map or MenliAtiipxi I'rnw
Ing, Tracing nnd Illuo i'rlnting. Drawings
for Rook or Newspaper Illuatrutlon.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
JPy KIUC SI
WnolasHle will Rtiuil Butchers
Q, ,1. Waller, i t Mauafror.
WM. G. IRWIN A GO.
OKI" KB KOK HALB -
LSI. OSOM A (IHf
CAloDraiod Hlgti Grddft Cane Innores.
A art ! nrured to take orders fnt
Uhi-m N Ohltendt A Oo 'a
irnninns imitiit dellvarv
WTThl I ntrrior Paim Oil. oou
utmng leas pigment than Linseed Oil, am)
giving a lasting brilliancy ui rotor.
TJed with drle' It gives a vplendtd Moor
f alrbaaa Canning Co.'t Coraed Bent
Goraponads, Rooting & Papers,
IM'i Patent Sltiim Plpf CotMiti
JarbtHHt' Diamond, CnanHl A Bver
la tin 0 Paint
KKprciallf dnlKi"d tor Vncnuin 'm
W di.G. Irwin Ko.
Wm. (. Irwm.
W. M. Olllard.
Tio. II. Hurt'
1'reiuUui iii MkiiSKr
Hmvi'iary and Treaaurer
llNT (It fl
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK HAN KKANOIHCO, OAL.
VING FAT CO.,
Rir to Inform the public that they have
clocd the llrnncli M'irc t!l22 Nliuanu
htrtft. but tliov will meet their ou.
toiiicm Ht their old stand on
King htn ut, Hlieie I liny
IIKIIIKIOM HhTH, CHAIKB,
BTAND8. Kir., Etc, Etc
Parnitars Bepalred and Oaoaral Jobblag
t Rauonabl Rales
VING PAT CO.,
Hki.l Tkl. 381.
Mctual Tkl. fV)7.
I2H & 130 FOllT BTKKET.
IN ALL 1TB
OnlerH Irom the otlmr Islands In
Bunding, Trimming, Painting, Etc., etc
Promptly Attended to.
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HONOLULU Free -:- Kindergartens
On Monday, Soptembor 10th
At (l o'clock a.m., fit Kiiiiiiu Hall, corner
of Nituiiim ninl Heri'tiiulit Ntrcuis.
Mies timimili K riistu.iwi, u prlnulpul ol
khvitiI yuub' iixpcrluiu'e In the liolilen
Utile I'nv Kiiidurgurluns of Kim Krunoixco
will liuvu nUtirvN)nti ol tint work here,
Klmlergaitmi hourni from II to i'.'. Till,
A training dHs for Klmlergartenurs,
w. til three iil'urnnnii ieNi.iiiis enuli vmiiIc,
will lui oriMiiUnl by MIbh IInNtiunn, mi
Ttti'Mliiy, rlepteniliiir i'tli. ut'J o'vlmilc, in
lliKultrit-rooiu lit hiniuu Hull.
Tuition fur I inliiliiiuint! f IUiir inontli,
ApolitMlloiit for ikIuiikkIoii IiiiIiu K mliT
giirti-ii or training rln iniiy liu iiimln lo
In. irliui.ul, Mini l.iutiuiui, or lo Mm,
llnriii't l!inlle Cnleiuuil, Fiiuitii'llil bo. re
in ry Honolulu Frvu Kliulergnrluns.
BartlnH Fire lumruoe Co.,
London A Uauaalre Fin laa. Co.,
ThntnBit HeneY Marias In. Co.,
Nn T..ra Lite Im. Co.,
G. 0. BERGBR,
ChiRHral Ageat tor lawallaa lalaau.
III ST ACE &(().
t mills in any iuautlty
hsg to a ton
Kntiii one osg to liv illautltv
In 4.fL lengtUi and Bawed or Bplli
from a hag uany quantity; also
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1 pared to make all kinds of Iron,
lirass, Uronte, Zinc, Tin and Lead Cast
ings. Also a General Hepalr Bhop for
Bteam Engines. Itice Mills, Corn Mills,
WaUr Wheels, Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for thtr Cleaning of Colfee, Castor Oils.
Reans, Kamle, Blsal, Pineapple Leaves and
other Fibrous Plants and Pannr Block.
Also Machines for Extracting Btarcn from
the Manioc, Arrow Hoot, eto.
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HOP H1NG & C ).,
WU HOTEL 8TKEET,
- Wholesale Dealers In
LinDors and Manila Guars
General Chinese Merchandise
.Sin Oils, Hlce, Matting
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Kir
EHfjUah and American Qrooeriea
II y Every Coant Hteamer
MUTUAL TKLIU'IIONE U7.
WILL ATTKNI) TO
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Collecting In All Its Branch.
Orrinai No. 42 Merchant Htrevt.
ttVTU'AL TXXdErXXOXTSB 3 BO.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
OccideDtii tDd Oriental S. S. Co,
For rUKOHAMA aid HONQIONQ.
Stearueni of the abore Oompanlei will
call at Honolnlu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates t
Btmr "OCKA.MU" October 2, I8M
Btnir "CHINA" November 12, 1KM
Btmr "OCKANIO"... December 11. 1HM
8trar "CHINA" January 21, 1M
btmr "UOKANIC"... February 19, IKO
Hlmr "CHINA" ArrlI2. IK
foi 8AM PtUNCWCO
oteamers or ma arxiva uompanies will
i all at Honolulu on their way from Hong
oteamers of tbe abore Oompanie will
Kong mna lOKonaniB to me
nr about the following dates i
"CITY OK PEKINO"
Btmr "OCEANIC". .November 10, lifiH
Bliur "CHINA" December 31 1km
Btmr "OAELIC" February 10, IK
Btmr "l'EUO" March &, 1895
8tmr"UAELIO" April !M, HW8
HATES OF PASSAGE HI IS FOLLOWS:
Cabin, round trip I
Cabin, round trip U
Knropean Steerage .
Of Passengers ylng full
allowed 10 percent olTieltirn f
fare will be
fare If return.
ma within twelve tmitith
tW Pur Kretght and Paneag appiy Ui
H. HACKFELD 4 CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mall Service.
rer Saa Praactaco ;
I lie New and Fine Al Bteel riieiniii
" AiAMEDA "
Uf the Ooeanio BUamshlp Com pan will
ba due at Honolulu f mm Uydneyanri Aurk
land on or about
And will leave for the above pun with
Mall and Passengers on or about Ibatdaia.
For Svdaej aii Aackland:
Hie New and Fin Al Hleel Hteanihl
" MONOWAI "
Ol llie (Keatilc Bleamsblp Coniin) will
ur mm at noiioiuiu. rrnro nan rranntseo.
on or shout
And will nav prompt desiiauiti with
Malls and l'aa.fngers for the altove porta
I'ha unders'gneii are unw prepared to Issue
TH10UGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
II TUB UNITED STATIS
For further nartumlars reitarrilnif
rreigiu ur rsmake apply lo
WM. 0. IttWOi A CO., Ltm.,
iji Oauaial aqsata.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F
for B. F.
Krtuu Han Fraticisni
Knim Bydney foi
Arrive Honolulu tave lloruilulu
MONOWAI Oct. 23 ALAMEDA
The Best Lnncb In Town.
r and Oorrt
.T 4 i.l nulla
rHK KINKST B HANDS Of
Cigars and Tobacco
EL J rsrOLTIC. Prop.
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
uor. Allan a Port St., Honolulu
H01.I.ISTK.K to CO.,
4isiuere of tbe aikivs Line, running In connection with trt
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., and Sydney, N. B. W., and calling at Victoria. It. 0
Honolulu and Bnva FljiJ,
A.RH3 DXJH1 A.T K03STOLTJ-LXJ
On nr about the dales below stated, vlt-t
froia Sydney and Sura, for Victoria
and Vancouvor, B O.t
Blmr"ARAWA" October 2
Btmr-'MIOWEItA" Novemlier 1
btmr "AKAWA" December 1
raroifh Tlekata IssaM from Bonolaln
raatouT and fABusnms Aosntet
D. McNtCOMj, Montreal, Catiala.
KOBEKT KEKR. Winnipeg, Canada
M. M. 8TEKN. Ban Francisco, Cal.
O. MoU IIKOWN, Vancauver, tl. O.
M-u.t-u.a.1 Telephone 314.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W. a Win , Pn.. B. li. Ilo-s, nee.
lUn. J. A. Kinu, Port Hupt
WUI leave Honolulu at 2 t. a.. Ui'uiu. at
Lahalna, Maalaea Hay and M.ikens ihi
same day j Mabukona. Kawnlhaiand Lau
pahoehoe tbe following day trrietuir at
HUo at mldulght.
Tuesday Nov. 27
Friday Deo. 7
Tuesday Deo. IB
Eetunung leaves HUo, touching at Lau
pahoehoe same day; Kawalhae a. m.; Ma
bukona 10 a. si.: Makena Ir.s.; Maalaea
Hay U r. St.; Lahalna It r. u. tbe following
day; arriving at Honolulu N a. a. Wednns
day and Bsturdavs.
AKKIVEH AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday Oct. 3
Battirday OoU 13
Wednesday Oct. 24
Baturday Nov. 3
Wednesday Nov. 14
Baturday Nov. 24
Wednesday Deo. 6
Baturday Deo. 10
weunesuay ueo. i
No Freight will be welvwi after
12 noon on day of sallin.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuewlax al 6
e. St., touching at Kahulul. Uuelo. Ha
Heturning will arrive at Honolulu every
Km No Freight will be renewed after
4 r. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the laudtugs to
receive their Freight, as we will not hold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
has been landed.
While the Company will use due dill
Sence In handling Live block, we decline
j assume any responsibility In case of the
loss of same,
The Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry uniex placed In the uarr
Mr. Itoardman has rrmavttl the bid
ancf o htr ttock from Jlutrl ttrrft lo
her private llrsldence, where hr in
tend cluninp it out at private title. It
it amtnyed and ready or inspection,
and at the intend to retire permanent
ly from butineaa thtt Goodt will be sold
retiurdlett of Coil. Old patrons are
cordially invited to pay her a viit.
CoNTitArnm avd Miii.diih.
Kstliuntes given on nil kinds of llrlrk,
Iron, Hlonu ninl Wooden Hill dings. Job.
blug ol nil kinds llulldliig Miilorliil for
wtlu, MUandftl2 King street, llii.ldelue
Teluuou, "H; P. O. II ox 11.
From Victoria and Vancouver, B O.,
for Suva and Sydney!
Btmr"AHAWA" October 21
Btmr"MIOVKUA" November 24
Btmr "AKAWA" December 24
to Gaud. United SUIas aid Caropt.
For Frelsht and Paseage and all
tieneral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies && Co., L'd,
Agtnttfnr the HnwaUnn htondi.
IBQAN VAPOB A PACIFIC OAS
Engines k Launches
THE BEST IN TUB MARIET.
7 Thuy ennnot lo surpussud
for motivo power.
BEND FOlt CATALOOUE
103.VII Bole Agent, Nunanu street
California Fruit Market,
Corner King A Alakea Hi
By Every Bteauier from Ban Fran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Kin., Kto., Etc., Etc.
Drawing and Painting.
0. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and Painting taught by the 1st
est Euroan methods. Clasces every Wei.
nesday and Baturday forenoon from H a. m.
to 12 uoou.
tTV. Lessons for Private Paplls In se
clsl hues of work also given.
Tho Btudlo will be onen to visitors
evKiy rrioay aiiernoon.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Hu.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Flue Carriages & Civil Driver
To be bad at all hours.
J. S. ANDRADE,
i lUrtt-tf Manager
! Cement Sidewalks 6c G-ra-j
nite Curbing Laid.
Estimates given on all kinds ol
ttTONE.CONOUETE A PLABTEU WOltk
Ma- t'OHOBBTB A BPSCIALTT -U
JOHN F. BOWLER.
6. E. BOARDMAN,
MIM.B AHKNT FOH
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W.SUliMlDTA tSONh
Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
TWO CONTRAST! VO
nr e. rt. hocse.
Tho edict of the Japanese Emper
or, announcing his resolreto declare
war against China, was published on
tho 1st of August; and the response
of the China s ruler followed a few
days later. By this time the two
proclamations have been closely
studied by tho nations of Europe
and America, and the judgment of
tho civilized world as to their respec
tive merits has been pronounced.
Some weeks will pass before tho
record of foroign opinions will reach
this country, and in the interval it
nmv tin Interesting to institute a few
comparisons, with a view to fore
casting the probable estimato of
Western observers of events.
Tho Japanese decree presents a
brief explanation of tho circum
stances under which hostilities be
vamo inevitable, with emphatic as
surances that in spito of a sincere
dosiro to maintain poaceful relations,
tho provocations persistently offered
by the coutiuoutal power compelled
the islaud ompire to take up arms.
The argument might have been much
more extended, and put in more
forcible terms, without exhausting
the subject or conveying a full idea
of the injuries which Japan has suf
fered: but it may bo doubted whother
any representation of the sort was
really essential. Foreign nations
will scarcely need the direct avowal
ot moderate and prudent intentions,
to convince them that Japan would
not lightly abandon her steady
course of matorial progress, or invite
the dosporato hazards of war except
uuder a necessity equivalent to com
pulsion; while the people of thin
couutry are so thoroughly familiar
with the causes of the nuarrel, aud
so confident of tho justice of their
position, that the recital of griev
ances seems superfluous, so far as
they are concorned. For the rest,
the imperial rescript merely com
mands tho heads of the army aud
unvr to perform their duties dili
gently, and expresses tho hope that
"by tho loyally and valor of our
faithful subjects peace may soon be
restored and the glory of tho empire
augmontud." The documont is calm
and firm in lono aud is entirely froe
from exaggerated pretensions. The
governments of Europe and America
can find in it nothing that conflicts
with the "Lnwol Nations, or latls
to accord with the true principles of
Turning to tbe Chinese procla
mation, we find the characteristics
of that couutry exemplified in a de
gree which would bo diverting if the
subject treated were not of so grave
a nature The arrogance aud con
ceit of tho governing body at Peking
aro conspicuous in overy phrase.
That the truths of history aro en
titled to n reasonable measure of re
spect appears nover to have occurred
to the authors of this remarkable
production. All the events loading
up to tho final rupture are distorted
in China's favor when it is possible
to so pervert them, aud when their
bearing is such that no amount of
false coloring could make thorn ser
viceable, they are suppressed alto
gether. But the blemishes which
will go farthest to doprivo the decree
of credit are the insolence with
which it rails aud scoHs at tho ad
versary, and its bombastic assump
tion of iuvincible superiority. The
mere designation which ll applies to
the Japaueso is suilicient to cover it
with disgrace. They are repeat
edly called "Wo-jen." a term
which appears to be misunderstood
by mauy Japanese newspapers, siuce
they render it "people ef Yamato."
But the character "Wo." used in the
rescript, is said, by scholars whose
roputatiou entitles them to respect,
to be not the same as that which
may be translated "Yamato." Its
origiual meauiug was "dwarf-land,"
or "country of pigmies." Tho Chi
nese have, however, so long employed
it as an epithet of contempt aud
opprobrium for Japau, that it has
became, in their mouths, a word of
still more flagrant offense, lu Eng
lish, their "You-jon" may be taken
to signify "midguts" or "vermin:"
aud in Japaueso its sense would be
hardly less odious thau that of "uji"
although the Chinese imply by it
considerably more thau "uji aloue
woulu imlicate. lu any case, it is a
vile aud obnoxious uame aud al
though it may aptly represent the
taste nnd fancy of the Chinese rab
ble, to insert it, over aud again, in
an imperial odict, is a greater de
parture from decency thau tho mag
nates of the "Middle Kiugdom"
were supposed to be capable of. The
English have a proverb which tells
us that "uurses, like chickens, will
come home to roost." To the same
purpose it may be said that phrases
like tho following will "came home
to roost," and will surely inflict
themselves upon those uttered them.
'It was fmtnd dllUcult to reason with the
"The vermin luivu broken all the laws of
nation mid treaties "
"We cmnmnil LI Hung CIiiiuk to root
the vermin out of their lulrs. "
Thus we are constantly rotniuded
that the Japanese aro vermin, while
the Chinese, as it appears from this
astuuishiug state paper, are but lit
tle lower than the angels. "We
tunki) it known," declares the august
expert in polite aud modest forms
of speech, "that wo have always fol
lowed the put lis of philanthropy
and perfeul justice." China, the
world must believe, has douo nothing
that is not admirably consistent with
brond humanity auti a paternal re
gard for thu little kingdom ou the
(VonlinutJ on f A ISiyt,,