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Ifrora s largo and varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
13 In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oata and Rolled Barley.
These aro each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
"11 X 1 TT TD CallfonUi u4
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
No. 1. Always In Btook at lowest mar
Hi, !, lftt per bale.
Mterpool Course), 1121b. Mn
Kngllib Uairr,6tb. bin
HAM, BACON, CHEESE.
J. T. Morton's English Groceries.
0r06sb & blackwell's en0li8h groceries,
ubbt, McNeil & liddy's canned Meats.
riouaboson j6 hobbin's canned i4matb
Ite.Table and Dried.
7H and lilb. boia.
A larxe variety
LAHOE 8T0UKB OK
Plantatlofl Sopites. HarQware, Dry Goods,
Crockery, Fornitnre. tilt., Bit.,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT MODERATE PRICES.
Theo. H. Davies fc Co., L'd.
Ewong Sing M SING LOY,
40! Ilai St.. "Ttinu Block." t II -6J III! Si., Mir Iiiiiih Si
im&i Tell 338 P. 0. Boi 207. JMDtmU Tela. W p. a Boi til,
2 BIG STORES 2
Just Received Men's and Boy's Snits I
Colored Tweeds 7 50
Diagonals 7 50
English Serge 6 00
Boy Suits (elegant) 0 00
Chinese, Japanese and Indian Goods !
rA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS1 HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 Kino Street.
IIUfHUN UV P. O. BOX ITS
IMPORTER AND DEALER IK
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOOR and FEED.
total. CalUarnla Roll Batter and Island Batter
gr ALWAYS ON HAND .00
1st Goods Smiled by B?ery Steamer from Sun Francisco
Of Ail Orders faithfully attend to. Satisfaction guaranteed Island Orders
olloied and packed with care.
Limoolm Block, Kino Stbeet, Bet. Fort akd Alaska Btbbbts.
turtH TMLBPHONEB S40 P. O. BOX kV7
LEWIS & CO..
Ill FOKT STREET.
ii t I i I
Profiiion Dealers k Na? al Supplies
rmi OMdi bj Evry CalltonUa ItMUaN.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IwJtiroa Obdbm Solicited. 3 tfm Satwaotioh Quabawtbbd,
TMLMPUONB m P. O. BOX 148
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO
lUrOBTBU AKD DBALMS 0 -
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
Daw Oooda lUealrad by Every Packet from tha Eastern State and Murop
rKBflH CALIFORNIA. TrODUOeTbv. EVBRV 8TKAMKB
Ail Ordart faithfully attanded to aud Oooda Delivered to an?
Fart ol Ui UKy KUKK.
UmJTS OlMM SOLICITED. SaTJWAOTIOB OOAaAWTMr
BAST OOUMJIU rORT AND KIMQ STEM IS,
turrets and Hall Barrel
Volgcr"! In ttus and papwa.
A oholoo variety of leading brand a
Etc, Etc., Kto., Etc.
& "Star" Kerosene
p h i l r
0 mm wwm
(1 70 d
W. P. Royiolda. : Prop.
I i i
.-A- A- ..-.- A-,
' la tha talk ol all wheelmen.
j 19 LBS. IS flB&YT ENOUGH.
i H. E. WALKEK
Agent, Honolulu, II. I.
! Comma. Block, lirekmlSt.
j 19 Lbs..
'Z ? -5--T- T- T T
Oanwr Retei ft Ntuiw Strait
Punllj Wines and Brandies
83 Yeeurs Old
m. IST. REQUA,
10M MANAQBU. lm
"WTELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 CENTS
OELAS J. MoCARTHY,
H. I. 8HAW, Proprietor
and Fine Beer
HELL TELKI'HONK 401.
Cor. King and Nuuano Street, Honolulu.
AT THE ANCHOR
OyaUr Oooktaila I
Sauer Brunnen I
Fredericksburg Bear I
Straight aid Mixed Drinks
Of AJI Kindt and Beat Quality.
Iwtkwaat Oaratr Ui k lluui 8U
- WILL ATTEND TO -lalWMt
Ud Sil Of PNOWt;
CtUMttii U All Its IraBOkii.
Ornoit No, 41 Merchant Hlreal.
Wttaa VKiSrxoyii aao.
American Union Party.
For the Senate:
McCANDLESS, JOHN A.
SCHMIDT, H. W.
WILDER, VM. C.
WRIGHT, JOHN N.
For the Representatives :
Fourth Representative Dlatrlct
CARTER, CHARLES L.
NAONE, D. L.
WINSTON, E. C.
Fifth Representative Dlatrlct.
CLUNEY, J. C.
HALUALANI, L. K.
To toe Voters or the Rsrunuo or
We, tho Dulcgatos of Iho American
Union i'atty of tho Island of
Oahu, Republic of Hawaii, in
Convention Assembled, this 18th
daj of October, 1891, annouueo
and declare- these to be our
Principles, and this the Platform
ol our i'ariy:
1. Wo doclaro unequivocally that
tho foremost mission of tho Ameri
can Union Party shall coutiuuu to
bo unreserved effort to socuro tho
political union of Hawaii with tho
United States of America.
2. Wo cordially commend tho
efDciont, courageous and honorahlo
conduct of public affairs by the ofU
cors of tho Provisional Government
and Republic of Hawaii.
8. Wo aro proud of tho party's
policy of internal improvements and
development, and in witnosn point
to the inauguration of cxtensivo
public works, to practical projects
of similar nature, aud to plans of
settlement for open lauds.
4. WoopposA tho employment of
prison laoor in any mocnauical pur
suit. 5. Wo aro opposed to the employ
ment of Asiatics upon any public
0. Wo declare against the im
portation of labor or material of any
kind whatever by tho Government.
7. Wo recommend that tho Gov
eminent at onco secure absolute
ownership of all water front lauds
in overy harbor throughout the
f;roup where tho possession of such
ands by other parties is detrimental
to necossary wharfago facilities.
8. Wo favor a revision of the tax
system, whoroby all property, im
proved or unimproved, shall be tax
ed on an equitaulo basis, aud recom
mend a consideration of the gradu
ated tax system.
9. Wo favor such legislation as
will protnoto tho occupancy of all
Jiublfo lands by small holders, and
ostor tho development of varied in
dustries, believing it to be of vital
importanco that "many acres should
bo for many mon." Wo ask that
Hawaiians havo tho opportunity to
socuro homesteads upon moro favor-
aoio terms man granted to others.
10. We aro in hearty sympathy
with tho spirit which actuated the
government in its dispatch of a com
missioner to search for European
labor for the industries of the Isl
ands; as a further earnest of tho in
tent of tho dominant parly in theso
premises we refer to the creation of
the Labor Commission by tho Coun
cils of the Republio.
11. Wo pledge all tho power and
influence this party may possess to
aggressive endeavor to bring about
al onco the restriction of Asiatic im
migration. In this connection we
again point to the tnonaco of Asiatic
eucroaohment, and domand logisla
tive protection from those people for
Hawaiian, Amorican and European
mechanics and tradesmen.
12. We urge tho enactment at
onco of a law that will cause the
Asiatics brought to these Islands for
plantation labor to continue in that
service, or return to their homes.
13 Wo demand such revision of
the Tariff as will prohibit competi
tion with American products and
manufactures; protection to which
America is justly eutitled by virtue
of tho Treaty of Reciprocity, and
which we deem necessary to insure
the existence of our merchants, who
are being rapidly superseded by an
elemont having nothing in common
with tho principles lying at tho
foundation of our institutions.
14. Wo urge the Government to
socure for tho Islands cable commu
nication; that no exclusive frauchise
be granted, and that no agreement
or contract bo made which does not
meet with the unqualified approval
of the United States.
IB. We ask that thero be con
tinued effort in tho direction of ex
tending and improving tho system
of free schools.
10. We declare our opposition to
Monopolies aud Trusts of any kind.
17. Wo deolaro full allegiauce to
the Republio of Hawaii, uitiug its
Constitution and the present peace
ful condition of tho country as work
of the American Union Party.
Homo and Abroad.
It is tho duty of everyone, whether
at homo or traveling for pleasure or
business, to equip himself with the
remedy which will keep up strength
aud prevent illuess, and cur such
ills ao are liable to come upon all iu
every day life, Hood's Sarsapnrilln
keeps the blood pure aud less liable
to absorb the genus of disease.
Hood's pills are hand made, aud
porfuut iu proportion aud appear
auoe. 26u. per box.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Bale.
TOTIOBIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Xi pnranant to a power of Mle contain
ed In a certain chattel mortgsio bearing
data the 30th day of March, A V. 1891,
made by CIIAHLR8 UtltOLKK of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Island, to
las. F Morgan of said Honolulu, of record
In theotliceof theltcglstrnrol Convfvnnces
In Liber 147, pages I5.MV5, nnd for the
breach of conditions In said mortgage deed
contained, to wlti non-payment of certain
promissory notes thetcin described, the
morlgnren Intends to fwloe.
No.ico is also given that tho mortgagee
has taken possession of tho propeity cover
od by said mortgage aud Wll sell Ine same
atp bllo auction at the Auction lloomtnf
James V. Morgan on WKDNK81IA.Y,
October 17, 18'J.
Tho property to be nol it dfsrrlbed as
follows) 4 csllco shirts. 2 prs corsets, S-3
dot white Linen hdkfs, 70J4 doz hlte cot
ton hdkfs, i doi colored cotton hdkfs, S3
11-12 dozen lady's hose, 3 doz white dress
shirts, P-12 doz itegatta stilrts. 7 Pajama
suits, 2 black hats, doz Udy'sasst straw
bats. (X) doz Olsrks crotchet cott.n, b
doz feather falows, 21;; boxes Chadwlck's
mondlng cot ion. 7 ptgs Dutch linen braid,
K doz pes Dntch linen tape, 1 doz knitting
sets, 0 boxes knitting silk, 4 boxes black
silk Mohair bralil,pcs colored silk o'astic,
8 boxes Torchon lares, 24 pes bonk muslin,
V o nuiiu unco jLiA- IV .1 DOIIil
chicks, 3 pes whlti table damask, 3 pes
hair cord mnsl'n. 7 ladv'a blouses, tl ladv'a
chemises. 1 lady's apron, 2!) doz Brooks
colored thread. U doz pim mending silk,
K doz machine spool thread, 6 LOGO
bone buttons, 1 doz knitting silk, 10-12 doz
silk twl.t, 1 doz dress prcscrrers, 0 gro jet
buttons, a gro silk buttons, 22 gru pearl
buttons, 4 boxes pearl buttons, 3 curds but
tons, 17 chemises. 3 wool shawls. 3 pes In
sertion, 40 lies embroidery, 0 pes flouncing,
13 pes Cutton Pongoo, 15 pes sateen, 8 pes
muslin, 3 pieces dress good., 13 pes brilli
ants, 4 pes French cambrio, 1 pa sateen. 4
tics spot muslin, 1 po shirting, Opes mus
lin, 1 tvo zephyr, 117 doz Dovlles, 4 doz and
1 parllk elastic, 1 po brown linen, 3 pes In
dia Twill, 03 gro coat and vest buttons,
store fixtures, desk, counters and shelving,
Purchase price In U. S Gold Coin.
Dated Honolulu, Pcptember 17. 1MI.
JAMES F. MOKQAN,
Uy his Attorneys, Uastbb & Gauss.
The abovn sale has been noslnoned
until WEDNEHDAY. October 24th. at 10
o'clock a.m. llG3-7t
Thero is probably loss coal used
hero in private familios than in any
oily to which that artlclo is export
ed. Tho roasou is plain wood is
ohoapor aud of bettor quality. Na
ture providos Hawaii noi with tho
wondorful and rapid growing algo
roba and it supplies tho fuol for tho
pooplo. Anyono who has evor visit
ed tho neighborhood of Waialao has
boon attracted by tho forests of trees
of this description. Pooplo who
have gone thoro to inspect Mr. Isen
bfrg's ranch havo marveled at tho
care and attention given the cutting
of trees for the market. As the sup
ply outs some of tho ice in regulat
ing tho price of a commodity bo the
thousands of troeson Waialao Ranch
act as a factor in putting down tho
price of wood. Mr. Isouborg sells
wood choaper than anybody else and
delivers it free in any part of Hono
lulu. Ring up either telephone aud
got a cord.
If you'vo had any trouble with
your milk try somo from tho Wai
alao stock for a month.
L. B. KERR'S
I IIAVR JU8T HKCEIVKD A
LAKGK A8HUKTMKNT OK . .
aud Latest Styles.
THK8E OOODB WILL BR BOLD IN
ANY QUANTITY FHOM A
100 Tarda Down to Enough
to Hake a Single Snltl
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Importer,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT.
18th. the Hawaiian Elsctmo Com
pany will give an all ulgbt service for
AB-ROOM COTTAGE ON
Young street, near
LEWIB J. LKVE'i
Room for single gen
tleman situated on Here
tanla street. IS nil nu tea'
walk from Post Office. Address "G"
this uffloe. ifjaa-tf
A FEW LARGE AIRY An
Olllnrs to rent on aS9Lwib
uiuderaui terms on th flaieBu3.
second floor of ihe Bin)- IBaiBlBHBK
keh Hank Dl.wk Annlv to
llnl).2iu Wm O.IKWIN ACOm L'd.
AT WAIR1V.I ON THE
ouartors for ona or two Hln.
Sla Gentlemen; board op-
unalj bathing facilities good.
rpiIE PRKMIHKH ON
X Bohool aud Kuiiiia
streets, lately In theoccu
patmn of Mr. Geo. W.
Hmlth, aud known as " Ke.he
luithar particulars apply at tha olllca of
llW-tf rl)kOIL yilOWN,
IS TBX GREAT 4BjBjJ
NERVE TONIC, V
find breaks up
cures skin enip
l lions, restores
llty, and drives
Font every cle
ment of dlSCMC.
eral debility, or
any other ail
ment Arising from Impure blood, should take
Aycr's Barsapsirlll.-i. It gives strength to
tho weak, and builds up tbo system gener
ally, liy Its uso food is mado nourishing,
sleep refreshing, and lite enjoyable.
HIOHEBT AW ASPS AT TMC
World'a Great Expositions.
Ut tf f. J.CATtf Co L8Wtll,MM..U.8.A.
t1Tnwteof cliesn Itnllstlinn. Tlie niinie
Arer HnrBimrlll It .roinlne nt on 1II15
r'per.aiil It blown In tilt gUttot t.cli of
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for tha Itepabllo of Hawaii.
Caico'dlloDs Lead to Comet Rssnlts.
Where jwyji'e malt a mlttnlt it (n u;jk)
ing that gvud jiiclurt art ntctunrily ein
the. HV are ttUtng picture! every itny, Jit tu grue
any home, the iirictt of uhhh uvuld uitunhh
thou not acquainted ttith the net.
It it mv( neteuary to gel afirtt proof etching
or engratlng in onltr to hint a work of art.
The methixl of reproduction now in i-ogul,
make it pottilile for people afmoderatt meant
at veil at their wealthier neighbor, to gratify
their tattefor the beautiful.
Great range for the dltplnu of In it t, in the
telectiun oftubjtcti, itaffonled by our keeping
pleturet in thect form nnd inouldlngt from
which to teleet the fi timet.
One need never be at a ton to know what to
give-at a present, at any time or for any pur
oie,for there it nothing better than a picture.
" And Kim 11 1 tUS. U the place to get
MILL LINN OP
Silt ud Cottoi Dwss Goods,
to., Etc. CU. Cto
Silk, Linen and Crape Shirts
-OF ROMPLKTB BTOOK -
Madn by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
V When yon are In need of any line
of Japanese Goods, give na first nail and
aava going all around town.
ITOH A 1ST,
BOS JTort MU, smx Oujstom Xonxmm
The European Lunch Rooms
OHOOK SINQ, Proprietor,
Hotel Street, nearly opposite Bethel
Flrst-Clfcs Metis at Moderale Prtos
At all Hours. Patronage Bollolted.
To All Loven ol Sea BatUig!
WU.L BE KErT IN
N II finHcUl Acorn modal Inn for
Uilles ami Umlilirii. IIWI-'iii
ALIMITKI) NUMIIKK OK BHAKi:4
In the HiaiHi Kont lillee ikinimny
Tim (,'oinpany has aiiiilii'(l II vh huiulrud
aort-s of 11 1 Hue land III ho bIiiiii'ii at 1'aiin '1,
Uuiith Kuna. Hawaii, about tlirt'f ami one
hull miles from lloopiiloa Nndlng. Thu
hind In uniting tliu bot fur coilun growing
In Kona, thu noil roiiblttliig of vtry rluh a-u
and uiully worked. A largu number of
tlmrus havu already been subscribed for.
BF Apply to
J. M, MONHAHKAT,
Uartwrlght's Illook, Unrohaut street,
Save- Half tho Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Having in Pitrrannt.
Every painter shutiM tmo Luool in
Ptond of Llnpccil Oil, brciuise:
1. LtU'Ob Is more durable than Linseed
'i. Lt'coL Is mora economical than Liu
1'ItOOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Hix yrrn of actual use In exterior
luuiso pftintinj; in Cullfornia (the
most trying climate for paints), 'n
thn biirnitiK iiont of tho Ariiona Dos
ort, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, nnd on
tho Atlantic coast, havo fully and
practically shown that Lucol always
outwears Linseed Oil under tho same
conditions. All tho ncid works in
Ran Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucol.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. Tho Linseed paints
aro destroyed in a few minutes ; the
Lucol paints aro practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUOOL IS MORE
Brcsk up If lbs. paste white load
in 0110 pint of Lucol, and tho same
quantity in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far as and coven
much better than tho Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with tho
Linseed paint you havo to uso 2 lbs.
of whilo lead to ono pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of lb. of
pnsto lead to cucli pint of Lucol used,
or 0 Ibis, to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving moro than ball tbo
first cost of the Lucol.
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
MG. IRWIN it CO.,
Menu for the Hit illio Island.
JUST TO HAND
A NEW SUPPLY OF THE
Genuine Budweiser Beer
SBBWBD BY TUB
Anhoueor-BuBoh Brewing As
soolation AND OF
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Sol Aganta for tha Hawaiian
RiQQer It Ste?edore,
BTIMATEB AND OONTBAOTB ON
ALL KJNDB OF WOKK.
Tho Stmr WAIMANALO"
Denlnnlng Monday, Ort. 32, will sail at 5
r m every Monday for Hanapepe, Koloa,
VfJv. Inqalre at office of J. 8. Walker ,
ov-r Hpm-keU' Hank, Fort iirrei, or on
board to Wm. Da vies, Matt-r and Owner.
M. T. DONHELL,
PATENTEE AND 80LE MANCrAOTCBEB
New Patented Pot Straioer
ft?" All Orders or Oommiinlottlons
addrebsed to K O. Hall & Son, L'd.,
iwho have them on sale), or to M. T.
Krnnell, will receive prompt attention.
PBAOTIUAL GUN-MAKER I
I bag to Inform Bportlng Man and tha
General Pnblio that 1 am prepared to Ka
palr and itanovata every description ot
Firearms. Guns, Rifles and Kerolvers
akillf ally Ba-itooked. IJlnelng and Brown
ing dona in any shads. Firit-elaaa work,
manship gaaranUad. Onttomara promptly
UNION BTBEUT, HONOLDLU.
JOHN T. SR.O-WN,
Dealer In Hawaiian and Foreign Postage
Stamps. P. O. Uox 441, Honolulu.
Highest prloea given (or Unused and ITsed
Hawaiian Stamps In exchange for other
countries from ilrat-claii approval sbeau.
Sheets forwarded to any part of tha Islands
on application with town referenoe.
J. T. 11 la open to meat any collectors by
Dlsha aud G lass warn Wanted I
Olooks. Watohai and Jewelry Wantad '
Old Gold and Hllrar Waatad I
mr BwkMs MtM nmi jm
U4 KUb; ItoMt, Oenw af Alaka.