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THE EVEN1N0 BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 7, 18U8.
ROAD 30 $
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The abovo Lots will bo Sold on
VERY , EASY TERMS.
Apply to W. G. AGHI & GO.
Telephone 92. P. O. Box 145
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . . .IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN. . . .
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods reef v- il by every packet from tbe States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All onloid faithfully attended to, and goods delivered
TO ANY PART OF THE CITY FREE.
General Agents for tho Sanitarium brand of Health Eo'ods.
Island Orders Sollolted. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
Hirano! Hirano! Hirano!
A Natural and Effervescent Mineral "Water.
Bottled in its natural stato at Hirano Springs.
Highest Award World's Fair in 1893, Medal andlDiploma.
"An Alkaline Water, well-carbonated and well-bottled,
permanent in quality, clear and sparkling, a fgood table
water." So said the officials at tho Fair.
For Sale "toy
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.,Ltd
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
Of NEW YORK.
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008 .00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2,571,595 .95
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623 .84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders c, 524,720.07
Life Annuities paid to, Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
Tho Germania Isiuos nil tho lutost and most liberal forms of Life, Instill
mont, Income Dividend, Endowment or Bond I'ollelos.
GEAR, LANSING A CO., Gonoral AgoiitHjfortho Hawaiian Islands.
EMMETT MAY, Manager,
1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
Hotei. St., JIKAU Nuuasu.
John H. Lang, Proprietor
a-Thl Is th only Shootlne Calltry In the cIN
lop In and try your maiksmimhlp,
8 00 . 3
lllds will bo rocolved by tho under
signou" until 0CT0M3K 25, for tho Halo
of tho fourteen years' unoxplrod leaso of
For further particulars apply to
E. 0. HOWE.
P. 0. Box 293. 1027-lm
YIEW FROM JAPAN EDITOR
Talks About French Machinations on
Gives a Shot at French and Congratulates
Hawaiian! Americans and British OrervJ
Annexation It Was Necessary for All.
Tho ostonBiblo reasons for Ha
waiian annexation may not have
boon tho only ones, if cortoin rev
elations mado by tbo correspond
ent of a San Frnnoisco newspaper,
have any foundation in fact. Ac
cording to him it perhaps may bo
doomed in tho highest degree pro
bable that upon moro than ono oc
casion daring the annexation cam
pnign, firm but dolicnto pressure
was brought to bear upon the
United Stated with throats of look
ing olsowhoro for political alli
ances. Tho attitude- of tho Hawai
ian Government in this regard was
prompted by the secret machina
tions of tho Fronoh Qorornment,
and the promoters of a French
trnnu Pacific cable connecting with
Tahiti and Honolulu, who stronu
ously opposed boforo tho Execu
tive Couucil, tho granting of any
exclusive f ranchiBO to nny Hawai
ian, American or foreign company.
When this statement was origin
ally published, an oquivocnl con
tradiction whs rocoived from per
sons interested in suppressing tho
information behalf of rival schemes
then practically pending before
tho Governments of Hawaii and
America, but "in tho throes of
the dissolution of the Hawaiian
Republic and tho personal un
pleasantness tboroby engendered,
the true secret bus reluctantly
oozed out in epito of the secrotivo
manner in which it has boon
handled by tho moribund Cabi
net." Tho correspondent goes on
to Bay that tho French warship
Duguay Trouin at tho samo time
that it brought tho proposition for
making Houolulu a port of call
for tbo steamers of tho Messago
ries Iinporiales Lino brought a
request to tho Hawaiian Govern
ment that no special or exclusive
franchise b-j granted to any tranB
Faoifio cable company until a pro
position for a French cable con
nection with Tahiti had boon fully
considered by tbo Hawaiian pub
lic, evon although tho Uuited
States Government had to bo first
considered in any negotiation for
landing a foreign cablo on Ha
waiian shores. It was this oppo
sition that induced a sootion of
tho Cabinet and its supporters to
make So strenuous a fight in tho
Legislature against tho exclusive
franchise of the Pacific (Scrym
sor) cablo bill, which subsequently
won its fight in so extraordinary
and mysterious a manuor as to
compol admiration of tho ability
which engineorod it and commont
on the sudden dooility with which
votes llookod to it. It is oven now
intimated "on tho dead quiet" that
Franco stood ready to tender dip
lomatic assistance in aid of tbo
preservation of Hawaiian inde
pendence had tho slightest ap
proRc'i to an entente cordialo boon
If those statements bo true, tbon
Englishmen as woll as Americans
have evory roason to fool thankful
that tho Fronoh proposals wore
rojectttl, for it would bo impossi
ble for us to view with equanimity
tho acquisition by that country of
such increasod prostigo in tbo
Pacifio Ocean as an arrangement
of that kind would involve, TJiut
tho granting of thosn concessions
would have implied deeper politi
cal conaequoncos can scarcely bo
doubted, and French interference
in aid of tho preservation of Ha
waiian independence from what
we know of French methods of
diplomatic procedure could only
havo resulted in confusion worso
confounded. To our mind things
aro bettor as thoy aro, for short of
the restoration of the monarchy,
whioh candidly speaking seemed
impossible in view of all tbo cir
cumstances of the caso, nothing
could have pleased us bettor than
the obliteration of this farcical
Hawaiian Republic. It is
easy to sympathize with the aspi
rations of a vanishing pooplo,
who oven now on the
consummation of annoxntion,
cborish a lingering hope of de
liverance from Europo, but for
tho edko of wider intorests it is
impossiblo to wish for tbe success
of thoeo aspirations. Nor is it
difficult to roalizo that French in
terference would not havo meant
rescno and restoration, but mere
ly the substitution of a tyranny
more galling than that which has
been dethroned. Tho idea that
any modern Power could bo capa
ble of disinterested action, in
theso days of cynical and cold
blooded Rolf-aggrandisement, is
too absurd to be entertained for a
moment, and wo firmly boliovo
that the native Hawriiiune, evon
those who havo hithorto opposed
fo'reign intorforonco, will ulti
mately recocnizo that anart from
absolute iudopendonco,their coubY
try uuuiu uur- uavu lnouruu n
brighter fate than to fall under
tho protection of the Stars and
Stripes. Japan Mail Summary.
This over popular Rainier boor
is becoming a household word
and "will yon havo a glass of
cattle" is moro otton board than
anything olao. Tho Oritorion
Saloon have tho boor on tap or in
Tsjjsj- Order house is ours : it's
-!& the kind that keeps the
-Slf customers for genera-
-& tions; many men deal
-$jf here whose fathers dealt
5- here for years.
4S&- Of course we want
sfr the one-time order, that
-lf is the beginning; each
-& succeeding order helps
$& cement the friendly feel-
$!$ A party of Honolulu
$&- Professors going over to
Sw. m..: ,..j u ti.
- juaui iu ojciiu me mil
;rc vacation came here to
-& buy supplies and re-
$? marked that they tho't
?$ they could buy cheaper
Isf elsewhere but didn't like
-5jj5- the uncertainty and in-
4- That illustrates the
-$! value of a good name.
Lewis & Go.
211 FORT STREET.
GrONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS ANL
225 Queen atroot, Honolulu, H, 1
H. MAY & 00.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
felophoner 22 P.O. Box 470
Annexation has already
had tho effect of lowering tho
prices at tho
Palama Co-operatiYe Grocery Co.
Ton can save quito a few
dollars monthly by dealing
Tho cars stop right at our door.
Palama Co-operatiye Grocery Co.
Opposite Railway Depot, KlngSt.
Tho Oo-oporativo Plan is
proving a genuine success to
tho general public as woll as
DR. ALBERT JOHES DERBY
CORNER KORT AND HOTKL STS.,
Tklkphonks: OAlco, G1C; Rosldonco,
780. Houits; 0 a. in. to i p. in.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S
New Love's Baildlng, Fort Street 1
DR. F. E. CLARK,
13-14 Progress Block, coruor Borotanla
and Fort Stroots, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
No. 210 Hotel Htroot. Telophono 503,
HOURS': 0 to 12 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m.
Real Estate and Insurance.
' Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
12 Chinese Granite Hitching Fontaift
A furnished or unfurnished house,
at No. 1211 Beretaula street.
Also, an 8 room unfurnished house
wltb all modern Improvements, on
Also, a 6-rooin house at Iwllcl, op-
fio-j te Oahu Prison, with all modern
Heal Estate Transaction p.
Babscribers are furnished with from Qve
to six lists per week, giving an ocoarate
record of all deeds, mortgages, leaws, re
leases, powers of attorney, etc., etc, which
are placed on record.
Subscription Price, 92.00 per Month,
A. V. GEAR.
210 Kind Bt. Honolulu.
Boardman & Masuda
Houses for Rent.
Real Estate Agents.
Brokers In Japanese Goods.
Legal nlul other documents trans
lated into any language.
Agents (or Japan Emigration Company,
U, $. rjngtoni Honge Buotyty.
Room No. 1, Spreckels Block. Tele
W. C. ACHI a CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
17 We will Bay or Bell Ileal Estate in
ill parts of tho group.
tS Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
iblo Commissions 1
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
r t r n vf-m-vw 1
MFE and EIRE
AGENTS FOR ..
New EnglandMutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
J. S. WALKER,
Qkhxral Aobkt tor IUttaiun Islakds.
Royal Insurance Company.
Alllanoe Assuranoo Company.
Allianoo Marine and General Assnranoe
Paolffo Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of California.
Wllhelma of Madgoburg Insaranoe Com
pany. Scottish Union and National Insuranoe
Room 13 Spreckels Block, Honolnlu, H. I,
Bruc3 Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money te Loan on Mortgages.
Wb are Agents for
Svea Fire Insurance Go. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
Rooms t an S. Telephone 678.
L. O. ABLES,
Ileal Estnto anil financial
315 KORT STRUCT.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Office: 208 Merchant street. Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carters oflloo.
P. O. Box 104.
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Societj
Of the United Btates for the Hawaiian
Orr'CHt Merohant street, Honolnlnt
Aoknt to Take
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
District of Kona, Oahu. t
At W. 0. Acid's olllco, King street, near
Real Estate and Insurance.
WM. A., LOVE,
Stocks, Bonds and (rriimt Skcuiutiks,
Loans Negotiated. Ileal Estate.
Honolulu, II. I.
LOUIS K. AVGREW
Ori'ICE: No. 15 Kaahumnnti Ntreot,
Honolulu. Fonnorly A. Hosa's olllce.
United States Custom House Brokers,
Accountants, Searchers of Titles and
General Business Agonts.
Telophono 620. 1021
leal Estate ami Collection
Island Potatoes and Corn For Sale
TO TUB TltADK.
OFFICE, 532 FORT STREET.
J AS. 1 MORGAN,
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Telephone ,,, p. o. Dos 501.
There are 8 Good Residence
Lots on the Waikiki side of
Fort Street, for sale, about 70
feet above the east corner of
Fort and, Vineyard Streets.
The lots are leveled and
ready to be built on at once.
The location is in a quiet
and respectable neighborhoro
The prices are cheap and
The terms are very easy.
For further particulars apply
W.-C. AGHI & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers.
Lanai Sugar Co.
Tho SUBSCRIPTION LIST for the
nbovo Plantation Ih now open at my
Tho prospectus mny be hud on np
1009 Comor King ntul Uethel St.
The SUBSCRIPTION LIST of th
above Plantation Iu now opon and the
pronpectiiH may bo Been at my office.
Real Entato and Share Broker
Corner Kllitf sncl Bethel h treats.
Book and Job Printer
Merohant Stroot, Honolulu, H.I,
Over Hawaiian Nowb Company 'j
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