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From a large and varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley. Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middling. Oiitw, Corn.
13 Tn addition to our usual stock of these we are not
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by a41 interested in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
No. 1. Always In stock at iowt mar
l.Urrpoof crwi 1121b. bags
Knullnh Dairy, frlb. bar.
HAM, BACON, CHEESE,
J. T. Morton's English Oiioceriks.
GHOSSB S5 BLACK WELL'S UNOl.tSH OnOCEIUKS
Uuuy, McNeil & L'.uuy's canned MKATa
RIUUAUDSON SS ROUUIN'S OANNKD MKATM
Pt, Tablo and Drum. Itt)wn wrapping
MACCARONI: ' rwiXES:
TK and Ulk boiaa,
A largo variety.
Plantaiton giuim Barta, Dry fiends,
CiiKsr?, Fiii'iiiteri;, Hi, Bii:..
ALWAYS ON HANI) AT MODERATE I'RICE8.
Theo. H. Partes" & Co., L'd.
Kwong Sing Loy Sl M GX0YT
10? ling St.. "Thotnu Block.' 5 Si-Al ling Si., nut iiouitu i
iDtQdl Tele, 33. P. 0. Box 207. Moal Tele. 83b P. 0. 8ni Mi.
Just Received Men's and Boy's Suits !
Colored Tweeds 7 ISO
Diuuoiuils 7 50
English Serge 0 00
Boy Suits (elegant) 0 00
Ohineuu, Japanese and Indian Goods!
ISA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and u complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect lit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS1 IIATSi
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 Kinp Street & 407 King Street.
ruucfuoNM hi - . o kmx in
IMPOHTEIi AND DKALKU I.N
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresn California Roll Butter and Island Bntter
S0T ALWAYS ON HAND rj
lei Goods Bscolted by Every Steamer (rom San Francis
IW AJ1 Orders faithfully atteud Ui. baiLlmiuou itutranti-iiil I aland Uid.r
sulioltad and packed with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Stiikkt, But. Fort ni Alakk Stbkcts.
Bora 'iKLUfHONKS -iw - o. mix art
LEWIS & CO..
Ill If OUT STREET.
Importers Wholesale & Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Freeh Goodi by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
ISLANDS OltDSU SOLIOITHD. .Jgl iff .SaTI"KITHIN fllUBAWTSKO.
MLKJ'iiUNtl t . O. lOX 116
IJ. K. MoINTYKK & MU.,
IMPtHTKHS SNII pKALKlUt M
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Maw Uoodi iUclved bjr Every 1'arret Irnni the Kn.itirn Hint and Kuril)
rKKHH OALIKOKNIA I'UODUCK ItY KVKItY KTKAMKK
A.U Ord.r faithfully aiunnlid lit and UimhU l)llvnrid u an
Karl of IL City HtKK
ttuiip Obuim Romoitbd. HATihriuTioM OuanTBia
past vouuku rum auu k:j utukis-ib.
r.nn-N find Hall llarwla
l'oUci' in tlua and pHiti
A choice variety of loading brands.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
& "Star" Kerosene
623 Fort Street, Honolulu.
In th Circuit Court of th. First
Circuit, Bapublic of Hawaii.
Estate oi F. 8. Prttt, Decern.
Notice of SalMf Real EsUte.
PUH8UAST TO AK ORDRR MADB
mid cutcrrd on tho lOlh day of Soi
toniber, lil, n amen''td byanorocrmnde
ami entered on the !llh dsv of Ootnhcr.
IM)I, In tho abovf-named Court, in the
moltor of tho raid KUte, tba underalgned,
m Coninilsnioner, will n-U at tmlillo auc
tion, to th. hlitnoat hlddT, the rrnils
nt alklkl. Honolulu. Oahu, dmcilbwl In
Derda from K. II. Allen ami ll.Oilea to
nuIiI V S. l'mtt recordnl rerMitlrely In
l.iher H7, tugc 'J3J and 'J-J.1, and I.lberM.
vane "ill mid 'Jii Hawaiian JCnUirvof
I'eniii. The piotcriy will bo oirerl In
thrru lotx, a nuixtiv ded by M. 1). Slou
narrat nurr'vor, vlr.:
lt A-W fret sen frnntaRC. 101 fct ma
ttka fruntat;'. arernRe deptti &) frrt mora
or loii-. arra 8l-'OU aci, containing one
imall rottaRp; npiet tirlce .'I U H.
l)i H 131 fet e frontaRH, 133 feet ma
ukfi frontline, nveniKe detli 33 feet more
or Ip. nrra 1 1U-100 acres, conulnlng
ilwellliiK liou.e; upret )rlro 'i,fDO
I ot O 17 fert eta frontf;, IS!I feet ma
iiki frontwRc. aVtraK'tlrptli 343 fret more
orlcn, arm 1 .'S-IOU ncrm. conlnIuln t
IiIm and outlioii-m: limit lirlca (tl.OOU.
lliHeaiewiu ue nviti at me nout uoor
.; . ..r . . i . i .. : .' .
of tho Judiciary HulMlnK. In
noon, on iiiKBHAi
the 3Uthdav of Octo
ber, iwii. icrma latm in u. n. roiu coin.
Sale subject tn confirmation by aald Cir
cuit Court- Deediatextienneof imrahaarr
For (iNn of lota and lurth-r Information
apjilv to tliH undendRiicd, at the Judiciary
UKKRY BMl TH,
Cm? Mai k Mian Strat
- CHOICE OLD -
Family Wines and Brandies
63 Veara Old
H2. 1ST. REQUA,
1036 MANAGER. 16m
W1ELAND - EXTRA - PALE
I SCHOONERS FOR 25 CENTS
The European Lunch Rooms
CHOCK 8INO, Proprietor,
Hotel Street, nearly opposite Bethel
First-CId'S Moils At Moderate Prices
At all Hours.
.A. Family Hotel.
arKCIAI. MONTHLY BATHS.
Tbe Best of Attndnca, tho Hit Bitua'lon
and the Finest Meats in tbe IJIiy.
ATTOltNKY AT LAW.
Hfiuuved to 42 Merchant Htrett
SUFFJ1X8BIO OF a AMINO.
Leaat the Ghlneis Are Not Al
lowed Their Fun.
The police have Rot in their good
work, and everything is quiet in and
about town. Che fa, pakapio, fantan
and other gambling dens havo been
closed up, and about tho only place
when a che fa banking gamo is be
ing run, is at Moiliili. This parti
cular bank employs a large number
of spies who are stationed at differ
ent points of vantage, whore thtv
can survey a vast cover of ground,
and note the annroaeh of nnvonu.
Tho bankers have so managed the
affair that the police have been baf
fled, although sevoral attempts havo
tMen made to raid the bank. In
Chinatown, whore gambling has
been rampant during the past few
years, it has now almost disap
peared. Notwithstanding the sup
pression of the vice Senior Captain
Parker and his minions are keeping
a sharp lookout in case of an erup
tion. Those who have been arrested
recently for che fa gaming have had
sentence suspended, but, if arrested
a second time, will be punished
severely. Captain Parker, who ban
become quite popular, seems to be
tne ngni man m tne ngnt place.
There are dramatic productions
of such gonoral known strength that
tho calling of publio attention to
tholr salient features is not a neces
sity. Such a play is Bolasco's
"Hazel Kirko." which enjoys as
much popularity as it did years ago,
when Elllo Elslor first introduced it.
Tho charm that surrounds it is
doubtless duo to its close portrayal
m many everyday Homelike live,
through a storn father, a winsom
country lass, the honorablo Lord,
and last but not loast tho dovolou
friends. Tho sale is largo and a
good houso will bo present.
Intelligent people, who roalizo tho
important part the blood holds in
keeping the body in a normal condi
tion, find nothing strango in tho
number of diseases Hood s Snrrapa
rilla is able to cure. So many trou
bles roult from impuro blood, tho
best way to treat them is through
tho blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla
vitalizes tho blood.
Hood's pills aro tho best after
dinnor pills, assist digestion, prevent
O. R. Harrison, practical piano
nu organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed tn be the name done
It. Klemme, the 1'eoplt't
V. J. FAGERR00S,
jrTATOilMKKR. lNTKSDtvo TO
V v 'loo out lili Iltt.lnP'ri, r.qiicita all
peironi li-tTiiitf work In Ills handu to call
fnr ih amn within nno itiunt'i from date.
All thoo Indebted to hlmwlll .oae ny
up within tlf eami lime. Apiily at Tort
Burvi-yor'a olllco from 7 . m. io o r x.,
and from 6 to 6:30 at bis oill con Hi.ul
a reel, lllKU'lt a-lt
10 to 20 Lbs.
is eclentlfioally cnntraoUd,
biautlful In appearance, and
Is Just 12 months abeid of
any other make.
A pimpblet eut't'ed 'Bjund
8enM in Hel.ctloga Cycle," and
"CtcviLAMb" Catalogue! free at
the "I'lvvclamo ' AKtney, Mei
a. & WALKER.
1A ori T T
XJ IAJ wV LIUO. IV
w, v - w w i w -T-l
between China and Japan
will catiFio priced for their
silk fdbricM to go higher ; no
country can fight imd weave
Bilk ut tho same lime. The
price has already advanced
and the paptrs state that
tho war i likely to be "on"
for two or three yearn. It
behoove the careful buyer
to purchase now. Wo had
an immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
Mar whs declared, conse
quently wo can continue to
sell at the old prices as lonu
as our present stock ho'ds
out, and then the Wr will
force prices up. our lust
Dress Goods, both iiuurcd
and plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ludk's and Griit, Mik
Kimonos, Smoking Juck
ft", Siik.Pajumas, Japanese
ami China Wuro, Screens,
Lump Shudt s, Lunch Ban
kets, etc., etc.
Hold Ot. (Arlington Mock),
Mis. J. P. P. Oouavo, Proprietress,
American Union Party.
For the Senile:
McCANDLESS, JOHN A.
SCHMIDT, H. W.
WILDER, WM. O.
WRIGHT, JOHN N.
Fer the Re presentatlrei :
Fourth Bepreaontative District.
CARTER, CHARLES L.
NAONE, D. L.
WINSTON, E. C.
Fifth Bepresentatlva District.
CLUNKY, J. O.
TO TUE VOTEBS Or THE
We, thn Delegates of tho Amorican
Union Party of tho Island of
Oahu, Republio of Hawaii, in
Cotivontion Assembled, this 13th
day of October, 1891, announco
and doclaro theso to bo our
Principles, and this the Platform
of our Party:
1. Wo doclaro unequivocally that
the foremost mission of tho Amori
can Uuion Party shall continue to
be uuroserved effort to secure tho
political union of Hawaii with tho
United States of Amorica.
2. Wo cordially commend the
euieiont, courageous and honorablo
conduct of public affairs by the offi
cers of the Provisional Government
antl Ropublio of Hawaii.
3. We are proud of tho party's
policy ot internal improvements and
development, and in witnoss point
to tne inauguration oi extensive
public works, to practical projects
of similar uaturo, and to plans of
settlement for open lands.
1. Wo oppose tho employment of
prison labor in any mechanical pur
suit. 5. Wo are opposed to the employ
ment of Asiatics upon auy publio
0. Wo doclaro against tho im-
Eortation of labor or material of any
ind whatever by tho Government.
7. We recommend that tho Gov
ernment at once secure absolute
ownership of all water front lauds
in every harbor throughout tho
group whore the possession of such
lauds by other parties is detrimental
to necessary 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, aud recom
mend a consideration of tho gradu
ated tax system.
U. Wo favor suoh legislation as
will promote tho occupancy of all
publio lauds by small holders, aud
foster the development of varied in
dustries, believiug it to be of vital
importance that "mauy acres should
be for many men." We ak that
Uawaiians have the onnortuuitv to
secure homesteads upon moro favor
able terms thau grouted to others.
10. Wo aro iu hoarty sympathy
with the spirit which actuated the
government iu its dispatch of a com
missioner to search for European
labor for tho industries of the Isl
auds; as a further oaruest of tho in
tent of the domiuaut party iu theso
premisos we refer to the creation of
the Labor Commission by tho Coun
cils of the Republic.
11. Wo pledge all the power and
influence this party may possess to
aggressive endeavor to bring about
at ouco tho restriction of Asiatic im
migration. In this connection we
again poiut to tbe menace of Asiatic
encroachment, aud demand legisla
live protection from these people for
Hawaiiau, Americau and European
mechanics aud tradesmen.
12. We urge the enactment at
ouco of a law that will cause the
Asiatics brought to theso Islands for
plantation labor to continue in that
service, or return to their homes.
13 Wo demand such revision of
tiie Tariff as will prohibit competi
tion uiiu American 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 existeuce of our merchants, who
aro beiug rapidly superseded by an
element having nothing in common
with tho principles lying at the
foundation of our institutions.
11. We urge tho Government to
secure for the Islands cable commu
nication; that no exclusive frauchise
be grauted, aud that no agreement
or contract be made which does not
meet with tho unqualified approval
of the United States.
1G. Wo ask that there be con
tinued effort iu the direction of ex
tending aud improving the system
ot free schools,
10. Wo declare our opposition to
Monopolies aud Trusts of any kiud.
17. We declare full allegiance to
tho Republic of Hawaii, citing its
Constitution aud tho present peace
ful condition of the couutry as work
of tho Americau Uuiou Party.
II. Klrmme, the Pcople't
Episcopal Church Senlces!
BKOINNINO ON SUNDAY, OUTOI1KU
14th, n-Ktiliir niornliiii mul uvenlug
svrvlccs will ho held liy tho Methodist EoU.
I'oiml t huroli ot Honolulu. 111'.'. II. W.
I'i'.OK, I'a-lor, in lliu hsll. nt the cornvr o(
Kurt uml Hotel utrreU iThUtln, lurinerly
Annsmiliiii Giuli llooiiis),
A formal orKunltatlon of this Church
will tuko pluco on Huiulny, ovsmlisr 4.
All Chrlstiuns iiutslllllsteil with any other
HvKiiKt'llcsl ulmiuU are luvltad to unite ia
tills urssulisuou. lU7ln
There is probably less coal used
here in private families than in any
city to which that articlo is export
ed. The reason is plain wood is
cheaper and of bettor quality. Na
ture provides Hawaii noi with the
wonderful and rapid growing algo
roba and it supplies the fuel for tho
people. Anyone who has ever visit
ed the neighborhood of Wainho has
been attracted by the forests of trees
of this description. People who
have gone thoro to inspect Mr. Isen
b"rg's ranch havo marveled al tho
care and attention given tho cutting
of trees for the market. As tho sup-
ply cuts some of the ice in regulat
ing tho price of a commodity so tho
thousands of trees on Waialao Raneh
act as a factor in putting down tho
price 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 troublo with
your milk try some from tho Wai
alae stock for a month.
L. B. KKRK'S
1 HAVE JUST KKCKIVKD
LAttOK A8K011TMBNT OK .
and Latest Sty'es.
THKSK onoDS Wll.l. UK SOU)
ANY QUANilTY I'KOM A
100 Tarda Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt!
- ANH AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KEltlt, - Impohtkk.
FOlt 8Al.i:-A Ut ( " pt) on Wll
(It AV'Iiuh; dixit! llou-c, tlri.i-o.ai'. j
MlJJIUIUIllUlltB f i,W
FOKPALK-28K Acr ot Omx! ColT.e
Liml, fin3.i: live iiillrs fr towu-
I7,OKBAI.R-l)lr.itil Inurr.l I'rop-
rty on I'liiian.! strrot, nr la-
2 Lots,'.' Houes ojululi)K
fOK8AI.E-Ho!Wi sn-l l.o, Clil.kni
r Ho-hm, btahie, Couch lUu-c, t, nt
FOR KK.NT Furnlthril o- Unfurnished
Uoa-e. In all psrts of the city.
gtf Knqul e
103 FORT STKEKT,
Ocrtx's Shoe Siore, oppisto
luu&enieiu arid Sale ot Proport)
Gellectlng In All Its Branches.
Ornoat No. 42 Merchant Hiirst.
uutuax. ttcxx:sotos3"k: a so.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Cocktails I
auer Brunnen 1
Fredericksburg Boor I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Best Quality.
laatawsst Rnrasr Klag ft Nanann Sts.
People's Baggage Express
WILL CALL ANY 1'AUT OF THE
City for li UlUAOK. All Knvgatte
rtcelved by us will he handled with car
and dispatch. Wauoiiit will he on the
Wharf io meet all Foreign und Inter
Islund Steamer. MuvIiik 1'inn s and
Furnltuie a npcl tlty. Olllce United
CnrrlaKu Co. aud Llvury Rtubles, corner of
KIiik and Kort Strents nuxi to h O. Hall
iktion. UotU leleiihonpH'O.
1100 3ut M. T. MAIISHALL
AB-KOOM OOTTAQE ON
YounR street, m-ar
A LAKHB FtlKNISHKU
XX Uooni for sliiKloRfU
tleman situated on Here
unto street, 15 inlniit;'
walk from Post Ottico.
AKEW LAitOE AIRY
OfUi're io rniii on
iiioiIpirih lnriiH on th
sniinil llo r ui the Hn-Ho
kel' luuk Hl.k Aiu.K to
HMK!m Wh 0, IRWIN it CO
4 I WA1KIK1 ONTHR
A lleaob, comforUble
iusrtr for one or two bin
Hie OentleniHii: board oi
llonalt bathlliK facilities kimmI.
lOW-tf RUI.I.KTIN (IKKIPK.
rpHK PREMIHKH ON
JL School and Emma
streets, lately In Ihnivcu.
iistou of Mr. Ueo. W.
liebuna ' 1-or
Huilth. and knnwu as ''Kelieliuna
further MutlouUrs aiiidy al the olllce of
Save Halt the Amount of Your OU
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter should use Lucol, in
stead of Linseed Oil, uociuihq :
Lccol Is more duralile tban l.lnceed
2. l.ccoL Is more tcuiwmlcnl than
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Six years of ncttial use in exterior
houo jminliiiK in Cutifurniit (tho
most trying climate for ptiints), in
the burning hcut of tho Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Alnnku, mid on
tho Atlantic conxt, lmvc fully nnd
practically shown that Lucol always
outwenre Litiemt Oil under the canio
conditions. All the xcid works in
Hun Francisco lmvc discarded Lin
tccd Oil for LucoL.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong nmmoniii on Linseed unit
Lucol paint. The Linseed paints
uro destroyed in it few minutes; tho
Lucol paints aro practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Break up 1 lbs. panto white lead
in ot'o pint ot Lucol, nnd tho same
quantity in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces, for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads us far ns nnd covers
much better than tho Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with tho
Linseed mint you have to Use 2 J lbs.
of wlilto lead to otic pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a savini; of 3 lb. of
I1 paste lead to each pint of Lucol used,
or 0 lb, to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half the
first cost of the Lucol.
J Lucol is not in competition with
i cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Ments fnr the Hawaiian Islands
JUST TO HAND
A NEW SUPPLY Of THE
Genuine Budweiser Beer
tJRKWKD IIY TIIC
Anhousor-BuBch Browing As
sociation and or
SCHUTZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Sole Agonts for the Hawaiian
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KtiTl MATES AND CONTRACTS ON
ALL KINDS OK WORK.
The Stmr "WAIM AN ALU"
HeiMiinli'K Monday, Ort. "2, will ifl ntS
u evry Munday for llnnai.uiie, K-i.oit,
Llhui mi i Ki.el",
VSaW Inn 'lire ot oflke of J. S. WsUer,
ov r Hprwkelh' Harik, F.irt sirei, or on
bosrd lo Wv, Davirh Muvt-r ami Owiur.
M. T. DONKELTi,
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Orders or Comiiinnlo.tlnns
addreised to E O. II ill k Sou, L'd.,
(who huvo them on sale), or to Al. T.
Douuoll, will receive prompt attention.
I bK to inform Snortiut; Men aud the
lieneral I'ubllc that 1 am ireiared to Re-
Iiulr and Kmiovale ever Uvsoriitioii of
'irearms. Uuun, Rltleb and Ke vol vets
skilltully Re-storked, iilueiugand limwii
ing doue in auy shtule. Firm-clans worr.
uianahip RiiarautnMi, liuiiiiiuarH promptly
UNION STREET. HONOI.tII.il.
JOHN T. BR.O-WN,
Dealer In Hawaiian and I''oriiiii I'oitage
Stauiis. I'. O. Jlox 111, Honolulu.
HlKhest prices nlveu for Unused and Used
HawullKii Hiauiii Iu oicIiuiih lor otlur
countries from llrt-i'lusa Hjiprnvnl sheets.
Sheets forwardud to any iartol the Islauds
on application with town reference,
J 1. 11 Is oieii to ineiit auy collectors by
Dishes and Otussware Wanted)
Clocks, Watches aud Jewelry WantMll
Old Oold and Silver Wunte.fl
W WflMrt Price PaMI UH
U King atrtt, Oorttsr of Alaksa,