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"The Qottg of Table Waters."
" WW LEADING
-New York Tribune.
"HAS LONO HELD A POSI
TION OF UNCHALLENGED PRE
EMINENCE ON THE DINNER
TABLES OF' THE WORLD,"
St. Jamet Budget.
. for Sale at Greatly Kednced Hate
F. A. Sohaefer & Co.
Mutual Telephone Go.
XLXOXIOK OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Meeting of this Company held Nor.
19th, ltui, the following Olllceri wero
elected for tho ensuing year:
Wm. 0. Irwin President
Cecil Drown Vlco-1'resldent
James Campbell, Godfrey Drown.
Widetuano. J. V. Drown and
At Directors' meeting of Nor. 20, 1WH,
under the uy-iaws oi tue uompany,
ihcr elections wero maae as louuwsi
J. F. Drown Hecrctary
Qodfrey Drown Treasurer
CO. Derger Auditor
J. V. UltOWN,
UKMm Secretary Mutual. Tel. Co.
Pointer Paps For Sale I
Dam Honolulu Belle (ex QUI
whose dam was Vera, by
Duke of Vernon I m ported);
tire of Honolulu Nolle wa
emu wno was Imported from Ktwland
at a cost of $1000. Tno sire of thote pups
Is Honolulu Duke (Imported) from the
Bbaborna Kennels, Ottawa, HI. The breed
log of these oups cannot bo beat on the
Islands. Father and mother both broken
to hunt. Also two Uordon sellers nlceiy
marked, 8 months old. For further par
ticulars, apply to
W. 11. CUNNINGHAM,
11IM-Im Anchor Batoon.
M. T. DONNELL,
riTINTKB AND SOME MANUFACTURER
Net Patented Foi Strainer
mm- All Orders or Communications
addressed to K. O. Hall A Bon, l.'d.,
fwbo hare them on sale), or to M. T.
Donnell, will receive prompt attention.
Macbtiiry For Sale!
1 KNOINK. Double Cylinder. Blimte Ac
tion, OiO Cylinder, ' Horso Powor.
1 VKIIT1CAI. TUDULAU DOII.KH, A feet
long, 40 Inches diameter, coiitani'iiK
lOU-lnch tubes; will supply steam for
16 Horse Power Kog.ne.
1 FKBD PUMP with all connections.
The abort are all In Rood order and can
be had at a bargain by applying to the un
dersigned. uoairn Uiloi gee Co., Ltd.
Tuple's Biggiga Express
Wild. CAM. ANY PART OF THE
City for DAUUAUB. Ail DaeKK
received uy us will be bandied with care
and dispatch. Waggons will be on the
Wharf to meet all Foreign and Inter
Island Bteamers. Moving Pianos and
Furniture a specialty. Oillce United
Carriage Co. and Livery Btables, corner of
King and FortBtreeU, next to K. O. Hall
ft Bon. Doth Telephones 23.
1100 3m M. T. MAKBHALL.
A. V&mily Hotel.
Per Day 2
Per Week W
SrECIAL MONTULY BATKS.
The Best of Attendance, the Dekt BItuallon
and the Finest Meals In the City.
BACE AQAUTO T0RK.
1ST. F". BXmQESS
la again prepared to repair Garden Hose,
BprUiklers, Water Taps, etn. Baw KIIIhk
and all kinds of Tools slurvened.
lng Carving Knives anu Bcisors; Lawn
Mowers a specialty; also Betting Ulass; in
fact till kinds of jobbing. Wore called for
auu reiurueu. lung up ioi .aiuiuat tele
phone any time before 0 a. u. 1 liUtl
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Kstimates given on all kinds of
iTONK.OONCHKTB A PLABTKK WOUK
fj. ooaouTi a. sraouLTT -
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Dishes and Q lassware Wanted I
Clocks. Watches and Jewelry Wanted I
Old Gold and Silver Wanted I
W MtisMl Mm- PaMI Jm
114 Xing' Street. Corner of Alakea.
H. EGA da SILVA,
11711,!. Gl VK MUB10 l.KBBONB ON
VV all Btringed Instrumenti", In either
Kugllsh, FrenofI, Hmnlhh or PortUKUuxe
lAiicuages. Address iuiiulrlus to iliu
litin OiUce. UirJ-'Jw
Th IMly UMftin, CO centi prr
month, dtllvtred by carrier .
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; I is Home without tt I
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l is Mother without J;
'I a Baby? li;
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is Baby without a !
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; ncinernys ;
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i 105 Fort Street 5;
sliolilil Itcnr in ininil tlutt pcoplo
who liuvu licen in tliu Gents' Fur
nishing "ml Tailoring for n life-
timo comu vury near knowing
in Mid fclmpo of projicrly matlo
clothing. Mr. Hloroy, wna for
yer tho cutter for AiluniH, tho
fitinoui) Sitn Francixro Tnilor.
Wo luivo u fresh lino of (lootls
Wo uro alno wuy-tip in tho (lfiitn'
Furniithing Lino, iintl koup ooit
Hlunlly on Itnml n full hiipply of
tho very littosl Tiux, DrcsH Shirlx,
Finn Undurweiir, Ktc, Ktc, nnil
wo intuiiil to coniiulo Loth in
price and iinulity with any nlinilar
utoro in Honolulu.
VAN CAMP, JOHNSTON & STOREY,
1III3-3IU 413 Port Street.
For Thanksgiving Day !
Live Tutkcys, Geese & Chickens
Kalihi Poultry Ranch
fmf All Poultry from tho above Itanrh
are Fat and Hrm. Fed on (J rain uinl Kn-sh
gjmy Bei d orders for any description of
Poultry Alle, or Killed and Dressed.
California Fruit Market,
Corner King and Alakea Bis.
Mutual Tki.kimio.vk 'MS.
HOP HING & CO.,
402 HOTKL BTKEBT
Wholesale Dealers in
Liprs ail Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
Nnt Oils, Klce, Matting,
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Ktc.
Ba.liib tat Aaericaa QreosriM
By Every Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TKI.KPHONE 147.
- WILL ATTEND TO -
Management and Sale of Propert
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Orriuat No. 42 Merchant Btreet
irtrrtrjk.1. xx:zjxc3P3xoxTaD aoo
I rt . . . D . tj,i, aai
! COlltCOf ddd Real ESUl8 AgCDt
Houses iti'liti'.l. Itciiln Collected.
Oillce i Cuiumlns' lllnck, Merchant Btreet,
By Lewis 3. Zievey.
Household -:- Furniture
hv Mr. api .MPKitibin
to sell at Public Auction t hli KeMdenc-,
Beretanin Street, adjoining WftMiingmn
FRIDAY, DEC. 7th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
the whole of his
Household Furniture A Effects,
Consisting In part of
Rosewood Hofa. Ensv Chalf. Marble Top
Center Table, fancy Tables, Whatnots, etc.
Large Koa Pldelxard Koa Bide Tables mid
Chairs, Chandrllcrs, handsome Tmlo
Lamps. Cut Table and Ornaiiien'al Glass
ware, Cutlery, Dieakfnst Te and OMna
Ware, Walnut, Koa and Ir.,n Uedstad
handome Mahogany Wardrohc, llure.us,
WDMiiunur. uunir, HovKing rnatrs, ice
Box, Meat Bale, charter Oak Blare and
Utenttis, I.awn Mower, Hoe, HinlnVI r.
UBIUCII DniSi line riunci utctim, n line
collection of Ferns, Oruhldn, I'otted Plants.
MmIhh U., UM L'lnwii. Ql.li.lii m fl.m
A conitilclo set of Duws and Arrows for
1 Halfbred Jersey Milking Cow.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THR Al BTKAMBHIP
WILL I.KAVK UONOI.tll.ll
roN THE AHOVK rORT ON
Saturday, Deo. 8th,
The underpinned aro now prepared U
Issue ThroiiKh Tlckctn from this City to nil
points In the United Blatc.
gmf For further particulars reardlnp
Freight or Passnge, apply to
WM. O. IltWIN A CO., IO,
12iJ K Deneral Aitfntu
Real Estate and Loans
The enlnwrncnt of thu 1,0 AN Market
so n to covit the wants and ihtIiIc'k of
the large number of honornble ieople Mho
nro not owneri. of uulueUMilHTed I tea I
Ktald wiik one of the moit nvreiury Inno
vations of recent yearn. To nmuy It lln
meant relief from pretiut. clnlint nt thu
very tlmo when moit usrcntliil. Whin
prutierly mid liDiiorubly conducted thU
uuttiies Is of iunlly Kr'''t lnil"irlHii.:f
uud valuu to tho couimunliy a IIiiIIiIIiik
uud bian AkmhiUIUiiik hnvu pmved theui
(elvt'!( to oe.
The Hawaiian Investment Co.
Make nHT'laUy of Negotlatliig and i'ro
curing 1utiiiK f ir lltirrowers who nro un
able to discount their Nines nl the Hanks
and who do not euro to obligate them
selves to wiiim friend or nciiiiulataiicu by
asking his nudnremeuis to their Note,
Tills Company will make Imhui upon
Hoimehold Purnlturu, i'lnnin. Uri;aus.
Iliiii'ui. Milieu, WugutiN, Currlatics and
PerMimil I'ropTty wilhoul reiuovlug hu
l'ruirly from the ItorroMcr's pnoeislon
uinl all IiiihImoih will be conducted on a
BTKICTI.Y CUNPlUKM'lAl. IIAblH.
Tee Hawaiian Iateitmeat Co.,
GUNKIIAI. HCAI. KflTATK AdKNT.f,
13 and IS Kaauumaiiu Btrtets,
Notiry Public. Mutual T rplioae C39.
W. W. AHANA
333 XTiMuavx BtrV.
riafULsh, Scotcb and Amsncao Goods.
Style and Kit Onaranteed.
Cleaning & Ropairin:
lututl Tele. 668. P. 0. Boi 144.
X ed UiKiiiHiit No 3 Ka-
walahao, opposite rear of ,
the ouurch IlltS-lw
HOOKS AND BOAKD.
ROOMS AND HOARD
for u few purxous uun lie
hud at llunlwal, on the Wul
W. H. 1IAHTI.IHT,
A FEW LAKOE AlHY
Otllnes to rent on
moderate terms on the
second llotr of the Bli'ec-
keU' llank lllivk Aoiilv to
llW-'.'m Wm O. IJtWlN&CO
TO BENT OR LEASE.
rpilB PHKMIBKB, ('Oil-
X n r tiueuii unit I'lincii-
bowl K'riciH, fiirmerly ocru-
nli'il iv Humiers' nxnriisH.
I'o.srsilon given atiiicti For lrnis. ap
ply to JOHN V. COI.IIUItN
I tm KW
L"Oll TWO Oil THItKK
Years, a I'ottauu (euu- mfitiw
nil 1 1' liit'iilL'ill
Itniiiiis with i'autr and
oi rnur aalsaiaBiaL
Kiii'liim utlai'lied llatlirroia, hcrvaut'h
and ('iirrlHiM'-riioniM and htalilut on thu
I'ruinlxcs. Tim HoilMt Is pa'll) llll-d up
fur hoilM'kei'plui!, and the lot will lm
divided oil' from ilia imtlll yard b) a fitliee
IIihm) reHiuiliUi teuanlH are wauled lu
ijulru at tliu IIUM.KTI.N Oillce. l'J'Jl- If
Hi gnUjj 3 iHtftln.
WEDNESDAY, DEC ii. I9
CONSTITUTION A I.
IVrotn the lloitiiiTrancrlpt.
To the Editor of th? Transcript Now
that tho smoke and noise of the
political battle are pasqiul, may I ,
ask spaco to reply to tho volloy of :
questions good-naturedly finnl at mo
by "A. B. C." in your paper of a
short time ago? (
Q. First. 1 reply thoro mm a cou-
stitutiotial convention, composed of
the council and a number of dele
gates chosen from among tho people I
of tho different islands. In that
convention as delegates thoro wero ,
six native Hawaiian?, fourteen Ha
waiians born of foreign jnrents, nine
Americans, three British, three
Portuguese, two Germans all old
residents and fully identified with
the country. Not ono could proper
ly bo called an "alien," as has been
The convention was in deliberative
session for twenty-four days, and
notwithstanding an mo tniiicuitics
and wide differences of opinion, a re
sult had been reached which was
The convention by a unanimous
vote provided in tho constitution
that the limt president of tint repub
lic should bo chosen by the delegates
assembled. At tho expiration of his
term of ollice (l!H)2) "tho Legislature
shall meet to elect a presideut for a
term of six years," and so on.
Q. Second. The constitution thus
provides for tho election of Presi
dent Dole by tho dologates not bv
the people at large, who were not all
ci'izeus of tho country entitled to
tho franchise and a right to vote.
Q. Third. President Dole's elec
tion was in full accord with tho con
stitution adopted as above; there
was no "direct violation of the con
stitution, such as it was," nod the
allusion to Mr. D. B. Hill has no
analogy, and n comparison with
President Dole unfortunate.
Q. Fourth. "It may be interesting
to know" -That tho Constitution
provides, very wisely, for large liber
ty of tho press, there are honorable
criticism in some of the newspapers,
ami a tone of independent judgment
upon government measures; there
is practically "a free press." Free
dom of speech and pen is one thing;
violent seditious language is another;
vile epithets and unbridled license
qulto another, and the fact that tho
largest HlMirty is allowed to pass un
noticed by the (Jovoruiuout in proof
positive of the inherent strength
with which public sentiment sustains
law and order as represented by tho
Q. Fifth. Tho late Government
having failed to keep inviolate "tho
Constitution' that was, which had
been publicly acknowledged and
sworn to, there was no "usurping
administration" but a public upris
ing of thu people rn iiinmr, and a
resuming of administrative power
by tho people and for the people, In
accordance with tho well-known
truism "self protection in tho first
law of nature." 'Purity of purpose"
is a most important factor In all
good government, and tho events of
thu twenty mouths past have fully
nhnwn, in thu administration of every
department of thu new Government,
that it has been realized as it had
not boon for tho twenty yearn pro
ceeding. "Missionary principles as now pro
mulgated at Hawaiian Islands" are
tho same in kind and largely in text
an those proclaimed at the forma
tion of the American Itepubliv.
"Tho affairs of Hawaii aro of such
a character" under the present Gov
ernment, that tho most scrutinizing
examination is invited.
Thu acts of tho administration are
open to public inspect ion, thu meet
ings of tho councils are free to visi
tors; thu Government finances aru
reported in the public press uvory
week, showing' receipts and expendi
tures. 1 no press have easy access
to all departments, and all that is
asked is that courteous ami truthful
statements shall bo made. "Friend
ship does not demand that only one
side le published." No objection is
or will bo made to "fair play and
accurate knowledge" and there is no
suppression of any truth or honest
ditlureuco of opinion.
It can bo truthfully stated that a
largo majority of uowspapor corres
pondents for United States papers
have Imeu in full sympathy with the ,
now order of things.
It was my privilege to bo in Hono
lulu July 1 last, tho day of promul
gating the now constitution. It was I
a day of serious, thoughtful celebra- i
tion. No military display, no hila
rious mirth, but the people realized
tho great event, momentous in tho
history of tho nation, and that tout- '
pored their joy that another repub
lic had been born to good or ill.
On tho Hth the next day the
closing duties of the convention
took place. It was an occasion long
to bo romembered, as one member
after another rose and spoke of their
work, their hopes and fears, their
full ami free disuussioiih; and yet at
last all united in the one grand con
summation ol a new constitution
that should give civil and religious
liberty, froo schools and good gov
ernment to a nation. The native
Hawaiian members wero not a whit
behind their foreign-born associates
in words of hope, encouragement
and anticipation for a brighter
future than had vet dawned upon
tho Paradise of tho Pacific.
1 wish tho Transcript would Hud
place for President Dole's address
to tho Constitutional Convention.
It is a remarkable document, and
could our people have the privilege
of reading it 1 am sure that tho al
ready high opinion entertained in
this country of his ability and patri
otism would bo increased. It would
prove a state paper well worthy to
bo classed as one that will long
stand as an exponent of the loftiest
sentiments of public duty. If you
cannot give it in full, I hope you
will give tho concluding sentences:
(Cimtinued on ilh I'aar,)
By Jas. F. Morgan.
TO-MOKKOW, Die. (Jth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I am Instructed bv Mesrs H. HM'K
KM, I) .v. CO., to sell nt Publli; Auction, at
my enlfTooni, (Juecn Htreet, the following
lino of Tailors' (foods, cotilthii; of
Cassi meres, - Tweeds,
D'ngonnls, Sergei, I)oeklns,
Kangaroo, In pieces;
Suit and Pant Patterns
Pieces Drills, l)uik. Linings,
Piice Kiatiticls, Vleto'la liun,
Mosquito Netting, Bcwnn Threat,
Buckles, Buttons, Nff-d'os, '
Ktc, Ktc, Ktc.
Jas. "F. Morgan,
Valuable Real Estate ;
Ofl Thursday, Dec. 13, 1894
AT 12 0'(!I.O(!K NOON,
I ant ItiMruct-d hy the Trtiile.s undr
the Will ol Mm. It. P. II ho.. t. re I at
Pah Ic Miction, nl my sah-.r.Nitn, (ueen
AM. THAT Tit ACT OP LAND COM-
PKIB1NO AN AHKA OK
!H ll-too A0KKS.
Situated on w lldr Avenue and Kewnlo
utreel, Makikl, II tiirulu, Im-Hic thu lull
anc of t'ie Land dp cpeci in itrnnt ifTM,
Ai.ma l,io i.o Kaiie-lMiiieha, and the
laud cuMiiirlvd In tlrslit IVKJ Annua I, to
lll.lioi i: tMe.
"The luatiof ihi'iironerivcaii Imi.tii
t my auction room,
Terms Cssli. It. H. (lolil din.
Dicdi at cxiene of pur In-er.
Christmas Cards !
Waier Color Cards of
Bond BomuthinK Hawaiian to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
3i! NUUANU HI'ltKKT,
lli'twit-a Hotel and Klnu Slrret, next to
llai" aliened a i'lrst-clai (Innrry Store
an almve. He will ktet ulwayx on huud
the lleht ami Kreshent
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
Ami do hist heit to nleaiu all
Cfe I'urcluuie!) delivered to all part I
of the t.'liy. I
XX'o.t'a.al TolopiLon.0 257.
BtMD lUkea and Ricktrfli Street
IMiK UNDKKHIONKI) AUK 1'HK
pured to make all kludH uf Iron
llraHB, llruute, Zlue, Tin and l.ead Cut
iiiKx. Ainu a General l(emir HIkiii far
Hteaia KuKineb, itice MIIIh, Corn Mill,
Water Wheeln. Wind Mills, etc. Mat'l.luo
fur tin Oleauini; ol Cullee, CnsUir Ollh
lleuim, itaiale, BIhhI, l'lneapjile liaven anil
other KIliroiiH 1'lants and i'aper Htnek
Uo Machlueb for Kxtraotltit; Uiarrh Iruin
the Mauioe Arrow llool, etc.
All ordem iiroiaptly Btu-aamt ii
WHITE, RITHAN k CO.
KAMEHAMKUA OIULB' 80UOOL.
rpilK MUST TKII.M ! KAMKIIA
1 mm 1 1 1 tti-H Hi iiiiui, . imii WKIlNKh
DAY, I'm'. 11 li. Aiiln "ili'im lor inliiil--iimi
niy Im iiilii-"'ii to Minh l'oi'Ki.ilii
at KiniM'lirtiii.liH MhiihmI. o al t"e lla
w'fliii' Kiitiii rKorirn ItiMiiii t J ..- i Ivmin
Hall, haiuuUv iiiomiuKt I i u m CJ
to re H'ib will l innxiil to ni.i't t'il'
ciiiU I'h III thm Ik I'llH If.Mll Dollar u
I jfur No iiilrauth rreeivrd timii r lvlvi
I jerotK. IllU-tl
Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums,
Fine Crockery, Glassware, Etc,
JOnselft, Piano LampH,
Kocvi g Chairs, Fncy
Royal AVoree.-ter, Crown Derby,
Salstina, llaviland, Cloiseini",
Cms' flit China, Ktc ,
Fancy Vaes, Cut CiIuhh Decanters,
J tno Howls, Tnmbleis.
Wine CthiHr-uA, Etc
Velvet Pile Centre Rugs,
A LA IUIP. ASHOItTMKNr or
Fanny Plates, Plaques, Caps and Saucers
T ) UK SOLI) BINOl.Y OK IN HKTS.
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
TO HK (JUlSKD OUT UNDKll COST.
Kieliet" ami "('. 1
llryunt," and nmre
In in rive per "Trail-hit."
N"o. 74 KLing Street.
L. B. KKRK'S
1 HAVK JUST UKl'KIVKD
I.A1U1K A8S011TMKNT OK .
and Latest Styles.
TI1KHK (IOODS WILL UK HOLD
ANY'iniAN'l'ITV KltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Suit I
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. H. Ktiltlt, - Impoutku, j
merchant" TAILOR j
Fino CnHHimoroH SorgoH,
Whtto Linons, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOIIl'i:.
, CLEANING. DYEING & REWIRING
U. AltlMA, -
Hi Nuiiniiii St rout.
Door Mats n
ICvery variety, stylo
iiikI price in the
Furniture, line. Tliu
lio.it ami most vu
lii'il in Iltuioltilu.
Call iiml iiihpevl our
WJELAND - EXTRA - PA1-E
2 SCHOONGRS FOR 25 CENTS
Ci)mmeroial -:- Saloon
HaRRY KLEHME, Haugtr.
Cor. Nuutuu .V lieretaxla Bta , Honolulu.
The Only Sporting Houu In Town.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Lager Beer
A'ways on Draught. 2 bUsses or 20c.
IIhi of Wiuee, Lliiior and Olgart
al way ton hand
! Merchants' Exchange
! H. I. BHAW, Proprietor.
I Choice Liquors
' and Fino Beer
I Cor. KitiKnd Nuuanu Hlreet, Honolulu.
ATinilPU .Mmiuliteturernf Fancy
. uAUUEiH, WrouKht Iron l'euni
I.ir llarlal Uit, llenldeiu'en, llardent, Dal
ronlet eta Union itreet, neriy oiol(t