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OfHce M Mcrdiant St. Olllcc 210 King St.
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Stocks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited ami Accounts AdjUHted.
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GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Cor. Fort and Qneen 8troots, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fott nnd Quoen Streets.
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Merchant aud Ilichards Streets.
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AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estnto and Furniture.
Book and Job Printer
MorcVnnt Street, Honolulu, H. I,
Ovrr Hawaiian Nowa Company'B
.Book Store. my 18.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuuuuu Valley, nbovo tho Mausoleum.
AH ordora iven prompt aud faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
1'lowern tn nny part of the city. Lois,
Mountain Circeim aud Carnations a spe
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Denlers in Lumber nnd Coal
and Building Materials of all
Qnoon Htteet, Honolulu,
Hotol St., near Fort. Tol. 802,
Lewis S Co
There nro few gourmets in
Honolulu who do not know
our Maltese Cross Hams.
They are cured expressly for
us and nro infinitely better
than any other ham on the
market for boiling or roasting
This brand of ham is from
polcctod st'iok and is in tho
picklo a uniform number of
hours. They cost a trillo more
than ordinary hams but they
are fifty per cent, better in
If you want to roast one of
these hams here's a good
recipe: Put it in cold water
and let it soak over night, thou
pour off tho water, wipe tin
ham dry and put it into the
kettle again, covet with fresh
water and boil for three hours.
Then take it out, scrape the
rind whou cool, put it into
another kettle nnd pour four
pints of cider over it and then
enough water to cover. Put
in a bay leaf, cloves, allspice
and cinnamon and allow it to
boil slowly for two hours more,
never letting tho water boil
over. Then take it out, wipe
it thoroughly nnd dust it with
powdered i-ugar and cloves,
sticking whole spices hero and
there in the fat. Put into tho
oven and bake for an hour and
a half. The Maltese Cross
Hams aro tho only ones
suitable for cooking in this
way and we aro the exclusive
dealers in them.
Lewis & Co.,
W. C. ACHI & CO,,
Brokers & Dealers
XZT We will Buy or Soil Real Estate in
till purls of the group.
tST Wo will Hell Propoitlos on Reason
ablo Couimis lions.
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
Puunui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
On the Instalment Plan and 10 Percent
Discount for Cndu
GT" Apply to
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Or W. 0. AOUI, Real Estate Broker.
September 21, 1800. 412-tf
At WAIKJK1 on car line oxd on PA
LAMA ROAD near Fertiliziu
Theco Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Aero Tracts near tho city and
other Properties for sale.
BltUOE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lota and Lands,
.112 Fort Street, near King.
Telkphonk 007. P. O. Boz 021.
For Sale or To Let.
Three Houses near Punahou Colic go,
containing from noven to nino rooms, bath
room, halls, closets, oto. New, modern
nnd convenient. Good riew, honltby loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BDTTERFIELD,
Anapa na street.
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Estimates civen, Ropaiis nnd nltern
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jivknino JioiiUrns. miouMiuiii ,
font inn of tho (Mull hIiiiII bt adopt
ml oc'i.t hi tn. tn. 'j if ilm Club
called for tln putpoi, titli liko
uotico as remit i t'd Uy Article 7 for
On motion of 1'- C. .louoa tho
constitution wuh adopted an read.
A reecBrt waa taken for aijniiuy tho
coiiHtitution, wliou nixty-oiio
imniuB wore enrol ed. Members
of tlio old club were not roquircd
to onroll tlianiHolvcH. OilioorH
woro thou elected aa foMowH and.
excepting the viee presidents ana
enrollment committee, all by ac
clamation: President Lorriii A. Thurston,
Secretary J. L. McLean
QVeasuror J. II. .Fiahor.
Fiuaucial Secretary W. It.
Enrollment Committee 1). J,.
Naoue, J. J$. Atherton, L. C.
Abies, F. J. Lowrev, E. A. Jouos,
A. V. Gear aud G. II. McLeod.
President Thur.-itoi) delivered
nu address, be'iiuniny with thanks
for the honor don-' him. Annexa
tion ho bolieved won d briiif
prosperity, ntabilily and olhor
bouelits to a greater degrco than
anything elso iu sight. The as
sertion often made that "Thurston
aud his partner tho devil" would
do anything to gain their purpos
es aroso out of a speech ho mado
in tho old armory when ltobert
Wilcox was on tho ennui side with
him. Now ho wanted to treat
toriner opponents, loyulists or
others, who were willing to sup
port annexation ns if they had al
ways been its supporters. Ho
went on at length to argue that a
great deal might bo accomplished
at this end of tho line, to influ
ence the United Ktatos Govern
ment. Ihe constitution of tho
organization allowed of Uawaii-
nns aud lrortucueso lormnjc
branch clubs of their own. It
might take years to accomplish
tho object, as it took Texas soven
years to gain admission to tho
Union, but tho oveut would
be hastenod in proportion
to the popular backing given to
the cause in these islands. Ho
hoped the time would soon come
when tho United States Congress
would vote in the oflirmntivo on
tho question, and, if not at tho
first regular session, it should bo
applied to at every succeeding
one uutil success was attained.
All things enran to those who
waited, and ho bolieved tho com
munity of theso islands had shown
through the last three years its
capacity for waiting.
P. C. Jones endorsed every
word iu a rrcent article by Judgo
Hartwoll, and ho hoped it would
bo published in Hawaiian as well
as English. The speaker was in
favor of annexation four ypars
ago and was more in favor of it
now than then. As ho had re
plied to one who predicted three
yenrs ngo that annexation would
make grass to grow on our streets,
if Louisiann could keep its head
above water by ruiBiug ono aud a
half tons of sugar to tho acre, he
was williug to t'iko his chance3 in
Hawaii with three nnd a half tons
to tho acre. Let tho contract labor
Senator ,1, N. Wright did not
think thero was fear o much op
position. Mr. Thurston was tho
right mau in tho right pluco, who
had taken a decided stand iu 1893
and held it over since. Thirty
threo years ago tho speukor stuck
totho Hag and assisted to main
tain it, and often since coming
here lie had wished to seo that
flag floating over Hawaii. Ho
believed thoy had a good man iu
tho Uuitod States for next presi
dent, nud bolioved that iu his first
message McKiuloy would say
something very favorable to Ha
waii. Somo planters ho could
name were opposed to annexation
because it would take their pro
fits for years. Ho thought if
theso considered tho runttor they
would bo convinced that thoir
position wonld bo improved three
or fouryear8 nftor annexation.
Annexation was tho only preven
tive of Hawaii's becoming an
J. Hydo Pratt of Albany, N. Y.,
said ho had long been in favor of
annexation nnd had worked for it
whon at home. Ho was convinced
that it wob a more important mat
ter to the United States than to
Hawaii, nnd cited the annoyance
to that country in tho war from
the rofuge given to hostile ships
by islands in the Atlautic. Mr.
Pratt told of a conversation ho
had with President Cleveland
about annoxalion enying, in an
swer to a remark, "Mr. Clovelaud
is a second coubin of mine, and
that is not my fuult" and tho
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