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From Urge and varied stock tho undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following:
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
13 Tn addition to our usual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Boiled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
FT . TT TD Caliltrtlai aai
J -c VaffclHtM Mate.
Royal and "Cleveland " Baking Powders !
Mo. 1. Always In stock at loweet mar
,Si, 10a per bale.
Mrcrpool Course, Illlb. bio
English Dairy, tab. bags,
HAM, BACON, CHEESE.
J. T. Morton's English Groceries.
or068b blackwell'b english oroobribs.
IiIbbt, McNeil. 6c Liddy's canned Meats.
Richardson As Bobbin's Canned Meats
ne, Table and Drtea
TK and 1Mb. bona.
A largo varloty
LARGE STOCKS OP
Plastailoii applies. Hardware. Dry Goods,
Mory, Fnrnitnru, m Bir...
ALWAYS ON HAND AT MODERATE PRICES.
Theo. H. Davies k Co., L'd.
Kwong Sing Loy!
m till St.. "TkiBii Block.'
ItLUl W. 331
P. 0. Boi 207. s
Just Received Hen's and Boy's Suits 1
Colored Tweeds 7 GO
Diagonals 7 50
English Serge 6 00
Boy Suits (elegant) 0 00
Chinese, Japanese and Indian Goods 1
K3A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
6R0CERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOOR and FEED.
FrMk Cililorila Roll Butter ani Mud Butte?
0- ALWAYS ON HAND 0
lei Goods Seulftd by Kiery Steamer trom Sao Pmctua
mm- All Order fatthfally attend to. BatUfaction guarantied. Uiaou itnun
eaUoTted and packed with care.
Lmoow Block, Kino Stmr, Brr. Font akd Alakka SnirrB,
HXM TBIJIHHONE8 2i0
LEWIS & CO..
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale Retail Grocers
Pro? iiion Dealers it Naial Snppliei
freak 0d by I? tty CalUenU Unin,
JOB - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IftLAMM OaOIES SOUOITIO. af 90" SATUrAOTIOM Q0AATD.
U. E. MoINTYRE & BKO.,
fMtOWtUM UIO DBAUM V
Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed.
New Qoadi rUealred by Irery Packet from the Eaetarn HUUe and Europe.
fRIWH OALIKORNIA PRODUCE BY - EVERY BTKAMKR
kit Oraert talUiullr atUuded to and Uoodi MUvarad to ear
VtxX of the Oily eKKK.
u OawaM ouorru). Birmiono Qvikimo,
AIT OOKMIE rOMT AKD K1NU ITWUTS,
lUrreli and Hall Barrala
FoUior In tint aad paper
A choice variety of leadlna bra-da.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
& "Star" Kerosene
IMS Ili It., Mir Ilium li
latoal TeJe. 685
P. a Box 101.
f. U. BOX 171
-Y o mix o
623 Fort Strut, Honolulu
In the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Republic of Hawaii.
Eitate o! P. 8. Pratt, Decease.
Notice of SaleTof Real Estate,
TsUEBUANT TO AN ORDER
XT and entered on tho 10th day of Sep
tember, WH. a amentd by anoruer made
ami entered on tha i'lti day of October,
1(01, In the above-named Court, in tue
matter of the raid Estate, the undersigned,
as Commissioner, will I'll at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, the premises
t Wslklkl, lluuiilulti. Oahu, described In
Heeds from K. II. Allen anil II. Ollca to
stld K 8. Pratt recorded respectively In
I.lber .17, pages 222 and '23, and I.lber M.
rage. SUI and SO, Hawaiian It-iltrv of
enls. TIih ioiwrty will bo offered In
thrre lot, as MilHliv.ded by M I), Mou
arrat surveyor, vl.:
Lot A -HO (ret tt a frontage. 101 fet nia
uka frontage, average depth H83 feet ninre
or lent, aiva 8I-'0J acre, containing one
imall cottage: upset price f 3,0 O.
Lot 11-131 feet ten frontage, 133 feet ma
oka frontage, overage depth 383 feet more
or tern, area 1 10-100 ncrcM, containing
dwelling houso; upset prlco fiyOO
lt 0177 feet nea frontage, 13'J feet ma
oka frontage, averng depth 333 fret more
or less, arra i'-M-lU) ncrcs, containing ata
bto and outliou-en; uiuit price U,U0O.
The sale will be liuld at tuo trout door
of the Judiciary Uuilillng, In Honolulu, at
noon, on TUESDAY, the 30th day of Octo
ber, 1K0I. Terms Cau in U. 8. gold coin.
Sale subject to continuation by ald Cir
cuit Court. Dcedi at exiiense of purchaarri.
For pln of lots and further Information
apply to the undorelgucd, at the Judiciary
Oanar latal 4 RaaaM Mraeu
P.mllj Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Old
HS. N. RB3QXJA.,
1038 MANAQEll. (6m
W1ELAND . EXTRA - PALE
2 SCHOONERSJOK 26 GENTS
OHAS J. MoOARTHY,
S. I. BHAW, Proprietor.
and Fine Beer
BELL TELEPHONE 401.
Cor. King and Nuuaim Street, Honolulu.
To All Loreri o! Bet Bathlagl
WIIL SB SSrT IK
iueclal Accommodation for
American Union Party.
Ftr the Seiate:
MoCANDLESS, JOHN A.
SCHMIDT, H. W.
WILDER, WM. O.
WRIGHT, JOHN N.
Ftr the leprtsentatlffi:
Fourth Repreaentatlve Dlatrlct
GARTER, CHARLES L.
NAONE, D. L.
WINSTON, E. C.
Fifth Representative District.
CLUNEY, J. C.
To the Voters or tug
We. tho Doleaates of tho American
Union Party of tho Island of
Oahu, Republic of Hawaii, in
Convention Assembled, this 13th
day of October, 1894, announco
and declare these to bo our
Principles, and this tho Platform
of our Party:
1. We declare unequivocally that
tho foromost mission of tho Ameri
can Union Party shall contiuuo to
be unroserved effort to securo tho
political union of Hawaii with tho
United States of America.
2. Wo cordially commend the
efficient, courageous and houorable
conduct of public affairs by tho offi
cers of tho Provisional Government
and Republic of Hawaii.
8. Wo aro proud of tho party's
policy of internal improvements and
development, and in witnoss point
to tho inauguration of oztensivo
public works, to practical projects
of similar nature, and to plans of
settlement for open lands.
1. Woopposo tho employment of
prison labor in any mochanical pur
suit. C. Wo are opposed to tho employ
ment of Asiatics upon any publio
(3. Wo declare against tho im-
Eortatiou of labor or material of any
ind whatever by the Government.
7. Wo recommend that tho Gov
ernment at onco secure absolute
ownership of all wator front lands
in every barlrar throughout tho
group wnorn tuo possvsaion oi such
lauds by othor parties is detrimental
to neccasary wharfage facilities.
8. Wo favor a revision of tho tax
system, whereby all property, im
proved or unimproved, shall bo tax
ed on an equitable basis, and recom
mend a consideration of tho gradu
ated tax system.
0. Wo favor such legislation as'
will promote tho occupancy of all
publio lands by small holders, and
loslor the development of varied in
dustries, believing it to bo of vital
importance that ''many acres should
bo for many men." Wo aik that
Hawaiians have tho opportunity to
securo homesteads upon more favor
able torma than granted to others.
10. Wo aro in hearty sympathy
with the spirit which actuated tho
govorumeut in its dispatch of a com
missioner to search for European
labor for the industries of the Isl
ands; as a further oarnest of the in
tent of the dominant party in these
premises we refer to the creation of
the Labor Commission by tho Coun
cils of the Republic.
11. We pledge all the powor and
influence this party may possess to
aggressive endeavor to bring about
at once the restrictiou of Asiatio im
migration. In this connection we
again point to the meuaco of Asiatio
encroachmont, and demand legisla
tive protection from those people for
Hawaiian, American and European
mechanics and tradesmen.
12. Wo uro 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 homos.
13 Wo demand such revision of
tho Tariff as will prohibit competi
tion with Amorican products and
manufactures; protection to which
America is justly entitled by virtue
of the Treaty of Reciprocity, and
which we deem necessary to insure
the existence of our merchants, who
are being rapidly superseded by au
element having nothlug in common
with the principles lying at the
foundation of our institutions.
14. Wo urge tho Government to
secure for the Islands cable commu
nication; that no exclusive franchise
be granted, and that no agreement
or contract be mado which does not
meet with tho unqualified approval
of the United Stales.
15, Wo ask that thero be con
tinued effort in tho direction of ex
tending and improviug the system
of free schools.
10. We declare our opposition to
Monopolies and Trusts of any kind.
17. Wo declare full allegiance to
the Republic of Hawaii, citing its
Constitution and tho present peace
ful condition of the couutry as work
of tho Amuricau Union Party.
A LIMITED NUMJIKR OF SHARKS
rV in tho Suiith Kon (Villrn company
The Company haa acimlred live hundrtd
acrf ol coUVe land In fue ulum'e at 1'aiia '2,
South Koni, Hawaii, ahont three ami one
halt mile (rum lloopuloa Utullu!. The
land U among tho Iwit fur coiloe growing
in Kona, the mill vontlntlngof very rich a. a
and entity wiirki-d. A large number of
there have already been iubcrlbod for,
tttT" Apply to
J, M, MONHAIIRAT,
Cartwrlght'a Block, Merchant atreet.
There is probably less coal used
here in private families than in any
eity to which that article is export
ed. The reason is plain wood is
cheaper and of better quality. Na
ture provides Hawaii nei with the
wonderful and rapid growing alge
roba and it supplies the fuel for the
people. Anyone who has ever visit
ed the neighborhood of Waialae has
been attracted by the forests of trees
of this description. People who
have gone there to inspect Mr. Isen
brg's ranch have marveled at the
care and attention given the cutting
of trees for the market. As the sup
ply cuts some of the ice in regulat
ing the price of a commodity so the
thousands of trees on Waialae Ranch
act as a factor in putting down the
prico of wood. Mr. Isenberg sells
wood cheaper than anybody else and
delivers it free in any part of Hono
lulu. Ring up either telephone and
get a cord.
If you've had any trouble with
your milk try somo from tho Wai
alae stock for a month.
L. B. KERR'S
t HAVE JD8T RECEIVED A
LABQB ASSORTMENT OK . .
and Latest Styles.
THEHB GOODS WILL DE BOLD
ANY QUANTITY FROM A
100 Tarii Down tt Biongh
te Makt a Single Silt I
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
B. KERR, - Ihpoutkr,
-WILL ATTEND TO -
lutltie aid Sate of Propem
GlltttB la All Its Branohaa.
Orrios t No. 43 Merchant Rtrest.
UUTUiA TXZiXnOITS )eo.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Cocktail I
auer Brunnen 1
Vrederickauurg Boer I
Straight ani Hlzei DjIdkb
Of Ail Kinds and Rett Quality.
Seitkwatt Oerser Uai k Raaaoa Sts.
People'i Baggage Ezpresi
WILL CALL ANY PART OF THE
City for IIAOUAQK. All Kavgaxe
received by ui will be bandied wltb care
anil dUpatch. Wacgom will be on the
Wharf to meet all Foreign and Inter
Uland Steamers. Moving P.anoa and
Furniture a ipeclalty. Oftlce United
Carriage Co. and Livery Stablee, corner of
King and Fort Streets, next to K O. Hall
& Bon. Roth Telephones TO.
11UQ 3m M. T. MARSHALL
der Avinue: Uotx
' n acre) on Wit
FOR BALE-28K Acre of Good CofT.e
Land, fmosu; five mllei from towu
$H00. FOR SALE DtMrable Improved Prop
erty on Fancbbuwl strret, near Fa
lace Wall, 2 Lota, 2 Uoaaea adlolnlog
KJ.UX). FOR 8ALE-Houe and Lot, Chicken
Ho iae, Stable, Ooach Uonte, t, at
FOR RENT-Fumlihed or Unfnrnlibed
Houe in all part of the city.
108 FORT STREET,
In Gorti'a Shoe
A 6-ROOM COTTAQE ON
XX. Young street, near
A LARUE FURNISHED
Room for single gen
tleman situated on Here
tanla street. IS minutes'
walk from Post Office. Adi
A FEW LARGE-illlY
Offlnea to rent nu
moderate terms on the
second llo'ir of the 6neo-
keN' Bank Bln k Annlv to
llKMiin Wm O. IRWIN & CO,
A I WAIKIKI ON THA
quarter! for one or two Sin
ale Gentlemen: board op
tional! bathing faclllUei good,
rpiIK PREMISES ON
X School and Emma
street, lately In theocou
nation of Mr. Geo. W.
fJiullh, and known as "Keheli
further paitlculars apply at the oltice 0
11, KUvmt, iht ftopU't
, b it . KvyJ
Calculations Lead to Comet Rssalts.
Where people make a tnlttake U n tujipoh
ing that good picture an neeeuarily expen
tivt. We are telling pUtum every Hay, ft to grate
any home, theprieu of which couil atlonUh
thote not acquainted with theact.
It it not neceuary to get a firtt proof etching
or engraving in order to hate a work of art
The method of reproduction now in vogue,
make it pouibte for people of moderate meun
at welt a their wealthier neighbor, to gratify
their tattefor the beautiful.
Great range for the ditplay oftaite, in the
telection ofiubjectt, is afforded by our keeping
picture in thttt form and mouldtngi from
which to ttlect the frame.
One need never bt at a ton to know what to
give at a pretent, at any time or for any pur
pott, for there it nothing better than a picture,
ttW And KINO BROS, it the place to get
It cures Itching hu
mor, ami keepi tho
scnlp cool, niolit,
hrnltliy. and Irco from
&X&&Sj lienent of
Unit li vpnrt nun I lent ni-nrlr linllof my
hair, ami what n lilt turiicil Krny. After
inliitf A)cr' Ilnlr Vlisor nvrral inontln,
my Imlr Ix-mm to prim again, and with the
natural color rcitorrd."
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AVER & C0.L0WELU MASS., U ,S. A.
Ilfwrrnf rtimp linllnllnr. Tlir nin
u ltri'iMiiiiii .mi in "i. 1- .. -'. .
lit lai ui rrli ui our Imlii.i
blown In Hi
Hollister Drag Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for the Republia of Hawaii
Will n --J'
Wholesale -v Retail.
FULL LINE Of-
m aid Cocoa titm Goods,
Silk, linen and Crdpe Shirts
- OF COMPLETE STOCK
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
JBt- When voa are
In need of any line
of Japaneae Goods, give us flnrt
aava going all around town.
aosi srest art. nur Ovuatoaa Xovlm
The Enrapetn Lunch Rooms
OHOOK 8INO, Proprietor,
Hotel Street, nearly oppotlte Bethel
Firsi-Class Metis at Moderate Prices
At all Hours. Patronage Bollolted.
A. Va-nally Hotal,
Per nay I 2
Per Week SM
arCCUL MONTHLY BATH.
The Beat ot Attendance, the Bait Sltoation
and the Fineit Meals In the City.
NOTICE IS HKRFBY GIVEN THAT
all claims nKnlnst the Criterion Ha
loon will he net 1 ltd by Mr Jaa. V, Mor
uan, and all outatanilinK accounU due the
Criterion Saloon and the Jotiblu house of
I. II. Ilea up to the above date are payable
to Mr. L. 11. Uee. All bills ait'lnti L. H,
lice pleautt preneut immudiately fur nay.
ment, L. H. DKK
Honolulu, Oct. 8, 1801 liw-3in
ON ANI) ArTKR MONDAY, OCT.
1Mb, the Hawaiian Kliutbio Com.
ianv will glvo au all ulHhi aervloe for
Ue Dally llulletiu, M cent
trtonth, ilr'virJ by turrltri,
r : &?er?iall Msspjr
f tX77Si Tirav - aavx"
v x r-rf 1 j: - r-s.
v ssj ruuai V
Save Half the Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter should uso Lucol in
stead of Linseed Oil, because :
1. Locot Is mors cfuraofe than Linseed
O'1' . ......
2. LccoL Is mors teonomieal than Lin
PROOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Six years of actual use in exterior
house painting in California (the
most trying climate for paints), in
tho burning heat of the Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic coast, have fully and
practicully shown that Lucol always
outwears Linseed Oil under tho same
conditions. All the acid works in
San 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 fow minutes ; the
Lucol paints are practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Break up If lbs. paste white lead
in 0110 pint of Lucol, and the same
quantity in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads as far as and covers
much hotter than tho Linseed paint.
To got equally good covering with the
Linseed paint you havo to uso 2J lbs.
of white load to ono pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of f lb. of
paste lead to each pint of Luool used,
or 6 Hit. to evory gallon, equivalent
to your saving moro than half tho
first cost of tho Lucol.
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
JUfliits for the HutlUfl Itludi
JUST TO HAND
A NEW SUPPLY OF THE
Genuine Budfeiser Beer
BBBWBD BY TUB
SCEUTZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Sola Agaata for tha Hawaiian
Rigger k Stefedore,
8T1MATE8 AND CONTRACT" ON
ALL KINDS OP WORK.
The Stmr "WAIMANALO"
Becoming; Monday, Oct. 72, will sail at S
r u evrry Monday for Hanapepe, Kuloa,
VkV Inquire at office ot J. B. Walker ,
ovr Horn IceU' Hank, Fort airnet, or on
board to Wm, Davibs, MatUr and Owner.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTKI AND 80LI MANUrAOTUaU
New Patented Pol Straioer
SJ- All Orders or Communications
addressed to K O. Hill & Son, L'd.,
iwho have them on sale), or to M. T.
)onnell, will receive prompt attention.
PRAOTIOAL . GUN-MAKEE I
I beg to Inform Sporting Men and Ue
General Publio that I am prepared to Re
pair and Renovate every description of
Firearms. Qons, Rifles and Revolvers
skillfully Ka-stooked. Blueing and Brown
ing done In any shade. Mrst-class work
manship guaranteed. Customers promptly
UNION STREET, HONOLULU.
JOHN 7. BROWN,
Dealer in Hawaiian and Foreign Postage
Stamps. P, O. Box 441, Honolulu.
Highest prices given for Unused and need
Hawaiian Stamps In exchange for other
countries from llrat-claia approval sheets.
Sheets forwarded to any part of the Islands
on application with town reference.
J. T. B. is opeu to meet auy collectors by
Dishes and Glassware Wanted I
docks. Watches and Jewelry Wanted I
Old Gold and Silver Wantedl
HP IHfhMl FltMl nMI assw
U Kkaff BHraat, Oarmar tf Atoka,