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1)H: t-.Vi.HNa HUl.l.t:1INt HONOLULU, !, I., lltllMY. llH'lliMHUM M. Uy..
Ur JWiHwm aM k T M i
CouUBPllors at Law.
0E0. A. DAVIS - OtO. 0. OEAK
DAVIS & QEAR
Mtornei and Cotiniellnri il Liw
Rooms Mi, j, tot. JuJJ HulMlnr
Ior. Port nJ Mtrdunt SU.,llenwu
CHARLES r. PETERSON
.ttornov tit Law and
Notary Public. j
J. M. KANEAKUA,
A.ttomoy and Coutifellor at
Mm: Id the Occidental Hotel,
raw of Kim and Alakea Street!,
, B, Aeal. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and CtmiiHuIorn
Mee No. 19 West King Street
MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK, FOHT STREET.
SirKMis,FliystclaDS mi Dentists.
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
Has removeJto his new office and rei
dtnee. Heretanla Bt., nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS 0to
i6jj-tm TI.L. Main 146
DR. W.6. TAYLOR,
Has removed to Ueietanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from comer of Klchard
and Beretanla streets.
i5ofrim Tel. 517. Hours: 9 to 5.
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-opened his office at . . . '
36 Emma Street
fo-i 1 A.M.1
J- 4 P.M.
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: King St.,
ear Alapal. :::::: r ::: :
lOrrici Hours: lion am.
1 101 p.m.
to I p. m.
SuaDArs fl.l. to II 10 A. .
TtlEPHONE ton. WHITE. ijij
Dr. W. J.
fea and Residence: Beretanla and
Baca Hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 2 to I
. aa.; 7, to 8 p. m.
SR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
JHUTANIA STREET, (opposite the
jtSb-kOB 1X0. P. 0. Box 601.
(fates koura, 8 to 10 a. m.;. 1 to S
. av: T to I p. an. Bundaya, 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. 1. N. SINCLAIR-
trsat, between Emma and Fort.
atari: I to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. n.
to I . .; Bundaya, 8 to 10 a, m.
DR. R. I. MOORE.
Dcs: 222 Hotel Street
OBcs Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Mrs Building, Fort Street
I to i. Telephone 434.
ERFECT ii;Lti'iiurii iouu.
RIOTING 1 Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED T tiers until 4 p. m
BOHPTLY Saturdays. . . .
He MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner of Fort Street
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
f Jt velry.
ei. a. BiAEa-,
401U FORT STREET,
v W. THRUM
ROOM NO, 10, HPKECRELS HLOCR
Plantation Work a Specialty,
CaJHH ltd flMftrrt fkflt.
aaBBBBSBBI MBS BBS MMMS- vf
Do.su in Ckavon ok Oil
Mint 1t iv Hyli
.itstM it m .
MowMllfit let Ptatriit Haw
King and Alapat streets
Near Honolulu Steel Yatdi.
Uft U 1 1 HIQM.-M
T. KATHUNUMA & Co.
A. CblAWA, MtMtM,
QBNERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
T.r.rr 0i triti Sro.io .ul.
hi t.i, m,
Wong Sal Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A I'MIICt Fit Gl'AIAMIID
aw. iort St., near Mnji St.
Honolulu, II. I,
Cloning, l) tint ni K.f'l'l.l rlHr
Y. MAN 8ING
Hu Removed From Port Street to
Nuuinu Street, opp. Goo Kim's,
Dresses Made Tp Order.
I HOP HONG,
I A FlNI AllOiTMtftT 0AMttlCAN, EnOLUH AMl
, Scotch CLoth oh Hand
I No. 0 Nwutou fttrttt. Hottolold. H. I.
j Goo4 wirfk d4 tutcUw it furante6
,.COKI AlAtU AND KlUO StMITI.i.i
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLRb,
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
1 FRUITS by every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. jOj
The . . .
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King and Alakea streets
FIRST CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT
otST .Meals at all hours -fiao
Ah Chuck Proprietor
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Ttfriana Awn Tlf w t r iai a r
rn:. J T r I
Wine anil Lipr BBBlnraL
AtMU l.r U. Botil.d Rtlslir BMr ol sunt.
No, 19 Nocakc Htbkxt
F.M.I Block. Honolulu, Hawaiiah Isubds.
P. O. B01 1 it. Molu.l T.l.pko.. y.
GrONSALVES dc CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN
225 Qneen street. Honnlnln, H
lonsolidateEl Soda Water CoL'r
ornir Allen ft Fort Sti., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER A CO.,
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a spooialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Lessons In ART EMfinOIDEnY will
bo given by Mrs. H. H. Willlnma nt tlw
City Furniture Store, Fort street.
First Class stamping done.
MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS. .
The following resolution was passed
unanimously at meeting of the Executive
"That It Is the sense of the Executive
Committee that the District Committees
have the power to fill all vacancies that
may occur in saia District (committee.
ucvj, w. ami in,
E. R. HENDKY,
EGESSLERSE will refund
; MAGIC :: the money
iS HEADACHES: If they fall
I WAFERS : to cure.
iMW.'.''.'.".'.'; frl 10 .ent..
MJIJUK SIlAHI'i: 1AI.KS
Com ( MM ltomj f(fiKM ky Am
I rally Succwful nt tht Polls
I Lf;il Sj'iltm.
i NHW YOHK, Kpt. - 1 he tnuiMnt i
1 JltClr4l.ii. whlih arrhul last nlht
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In I'iiiIo Hlian alhir 1liniln a
In ihargp uf Oaplaln William W'l'Rfl
lllnililli Itnllcil Htalca liifnntr) nii'l a
Uelnll of ill tncli. It Kaa liirmil nvrr
to nn xirci romimii)- to Inke to tlir '
I'lillnili'lphla mini, where It will !' ! ,
A rontervatlip i-atlmntp iUci Hip
1 nmouiit nf iinreiUi'ini'il I'orlo Itlcnn
llhcr allll In circulation nn Hip IaIhiiiI
nt nhotit tr,W.)MiO. Thla roln la nKnillly
romliiR In thruiiKh Hip varloua hank
iiKiiH'lia nml It la aufi to any Hint In
nltoul alx oiik, or two months nt
mint, but little of Hip circulating me
dium will rrmntn on Hip lalnnil
In Hip lurgi'r ronat tounn. aurh n
Knn Jiinn, I'once nnd .MnjiiRiii-i, wIhmi'
I the Kowrnnipnt IUn patnlillhi'il llr-c t
pxchmiRP, the irolnclnl coin la px-
fa.rf.fi1 111 it 1 aial-rn liiilhif fulitniaiil lit
American Rold. hill, and allver. but B I "" "'"'""'r r!1""-."
the amnll. laolateil Interior tona tliel"' tmmn hennlor Dnvl.l U. Hill. Tip
new medium la nlmoat unknown. Th"1!"" mnl y him nt Troy wna Hie
Kjmnluli hank nt San Junn up lo ilatei cnime of the Tiimmaiiy chlefa i1Ii1p.
haa put out about l.'oo.OOO In imp", urc. "1 ate," hcKnn Mr. Crokcr, "that
which, nlthouisli moro or lea "wllJ-i )ap 1 1 ill hn Ipii nttacklnn me nRnln.
cat " la readily accepted and fnu get- ne ,ld It Indirectly, lie didn't dare
uiiK into circuinnon.
When the first time limit expired on
AiiKtiat lt It waa found Hint hut Utile
over hnlf of the I'orto Hlcnn coin had
teen redeemed, The amaller merchni-'a
rcfuaed to ncreit the ilehuaed currency
and prlcca iIoiiIiiimI and Imaliics te
cnlneil nt a standstill for several
weeks. Competition nnd the law of
aupply nnd demand baa atcndlly
hrought nbout a readjustment and
prlcca have now, It la snld, reached Hi?
Ucsldea n full Hat of pnascngcrs from
I'orto Itlco nnd Cuba, the McClellan
I uroiiKiu company 1, iirsi iniainry
iCnptnln Cnrrlncton, which la en rnvtol
to Fort Lcnvenworth, Kansas.
George M. Davla nnd the Misses Dh
via. family of the lomiiiiindliic general
: of the department of I'orto Rico, were
, ulso nnionK the passengers,
Major 8hnrpe, who linn been Judge
uuiuviui- ui me iiiniriiiifiii 01 i oriu , iiipf i iitrnrnkT uric uirprn
I Rico slnco the occupation of the Islnnd.lWtLLINUlUlN WAi illbbtU
niso enme on ine iransport. lie la on
In four months' lenve. It Is probable
mini .iinjor Biiarpp win no neni 10 ill-
i sss-ssr j?n'ir xss-tea,ns
.... ..-. a. .. . ..
representative he spoke In the highest
terms of I'orto Rico nnd predicted n
brilliant future for the Island.
"I have been In nearly every port
anil city in the United States," anld he.
"but I had much rather live In I'orto
Rico than nny other plnco I huve hnil
the pleasure to visit. The climate is
nil that one could wish for."
Major Sharpe anys the reorganization
of the Judicial system will bring about
n startling change. "There la n good
ilenl of work to be done there aloiiK
thnt line and the commission to revise
the laws will have no time to spare to
turn In their report by April 1st," nail
he. "The civil code now In forco la
admirably adapted for existing con
ditions nnd should. In my opinion, be
allowed to stand to a considerable ex
tent, but the system of procedure is en
tirely Impracticable and should be nbol-
Ished as Eoon ns leglslutlon can do It.
The whole system 1b crude nnd genera
tions behind the times."
When nsked concerning the future
government of the Islnnd under tho
Fornker law, the major anld he could
make no predictions In Hint direction.
"Thnt !b n question thnt can only Ik
nnBwered ns It works Itself out," he
anld. "I will say, though, thnt I do not
believe the upper nnd lower house aj'8
tem will be a success. The lower house,
which will be composed of thirty-five
members elected directly by the people
will probably prove n failure. That
depends, though, on which political
party carries the elections. There nnj
about 60,000 eligible voters on the la
Innd. At the elections last spring the
federals carried the islnnd by a ma
jority of about 6.000. If that party con
trols the lower house nnd occupies the
speaker's chair, It will be In a position
to dictate to the upper house nnd to the
"Tho other party, the rcpubllcnna.
ore pro-ailmlnlstrntlon In every wny.
or nt least purport to be, nnd are !n
favor of tho Introduction of American
Institutions. The federals are anil
American In their sentiments to n ur
prlslnlg extent, nnd seem opposed to
things American 011 general principles.
They want to see nil the offices nnd
clerkships filled by men from their
party, and It Is n pnlllng sight to them
to see so many lucrative positions held
by the continentals, or Americans.
I a ni very anxious to see how the
legislature works out. I will not li
surprised If Jt deadlocks nt Itn first
session nnd accomplishes not him;.
If such should bo tho rase Con
gress would have to pass a new bill
nml It Is probable, thnt the lower lioiihe
would be abolished. A government
by a governor nnd his cabinet of six
heads of departments would be an ud
Mount Baker Is
An Active Volcano
NEW WHATCOM, Wash., Sept, 1.
Thut Mount linker is n seml-actlve vol
cano nnd that smuko comes from lit
crater Is emphatically coufirmed by n
party of prominent mcu In this city,
They were ou tho summit and at ths
crater of tho mountain, on August Slst,
Tho party was heuded by I'rof, F. W,
Eply, professor of natural science In
tho State Normal School of this city,
And I'rnt. ItiilriM M. Valla f the nine
Ttir tMH Ik MHM lll tx-fctc
mm ib rtKM fraw Wbm
M to ttw MM 4mk 4 th Hi" tii'
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4ii n Iihmhi r ,-iBiilly
1 h' n4r "( mli wr Iip , iwhr
M Uik NMnw tHfwniiK in .
rrntMn i( imtrnr km)- l- n
1 fHtntH nil mmM mi Hie Miu At the
, Kali litilr, Ykimh or iniukl' llaltiK
I tnim Hip etalcr Hie ilr Hif iiarly 1
( Hiete ot le ln)' h In fata l,rle'ti
1 llif nun IIKc h timid ami tail a ahndiiw
nn I In. nn' It, hunctrr, wat hut
marlr an ilt-nte aa un Hu' lr hefu,'n
Hip 'lly llarMtt In climb, That iliy
iaa clear anu ttlll una iruin uakvr
UKf nl)e olllM bp m) ro,1C U, ,
Brrat clun.li from thp cialir Thla waa
rtiouah In iimvliur the part)' uf tlm
actlrlt)' of Hip rrnter.
Tlicrr U no antlitiillc account uf n
)ri'loiia airrntlnn of litis moiintalii,
hUIioiik'j Iniiiiincrnlilo nllrmiila hna
liern mnile. 11 ml In otic (bip It waa
clnliiuil to hnp Iipii auctciatul
Croker and Hill
At Swords Points
New York, Kept. 4. In the corrld'jr
I of the lloffinnn llnuie, before n aco -e
1 of men, Itlchnrd Croker today ma'ta n
to (ay uhnt he meant directly. He did
the rame tliliiK alx years nj;o, 1 ask"d
him about It. He aald: 'Why. Mr.
Croker, I didn't menn )ou.' I nkd
him whom he meant and he wouldn't
nnauer. That la bin way of nttnckltu
n pernon, nlwnya lenvlns a loophole for
"Hill U a peanut politician, and n
amnll peanut nt Hint.. He Is an un'
truthful man. Tnmmnny Hall wouldn't
have 11 deceitful, untruthful snenk like
David II. Hill in Ha organization. Up
would not be cnptnln of a district If he
lived In New York.. He is dishonest,
deceitful, false to his friends. I will
sny now thnt If Hill had not done this
thing I should have recognlied him as I
Cumberland, Mil., Sept. 5. The tipen
Ing of the Democratic campaign for
tho States of Maryland nnd West Vir
ginia nt this plnce Inst night was ren
dcred memorable by the appearance on
the samp platform of the Democratic
national stnndnrd bearer, W. J. Itrynn,
nnd United States Senator Georce Wel
lington, who wna elected as n Republi
can. Senator Wellington's speech
mnrkpd his formal renunciation of par
ty ties on account of the Issues grow
ing out of tho wnr with Spain. He had
for this reason prepared his spot-li
with care, and he rend It from tv;i
wrltten manuscript. He was listened
to with Interest nnd was frequently ap
plauded, although nt times there weiu
very pronounced hisses. The Maryland
Senator lost no time In declaring bin
opposition to the present Administra
tion nnd his determination to support
Drynn. He had taken this position, he
said, because of his views upon the
Spanish war mid Its consequen:es, iml
because of his opposition to Imperial
ism. Several times Wellington was Inter
rupted with cries of "Put him out!"
Onb voice yelled, "Benedict Arnold!"
nnd another called for "10 to 1."
OLNEY MAKES EXCUSES.
New York, Sept. C The World to
morrow will print n letter from Richard
Olney, Secretnry of State during tho
Cleveland administration, In which Mr,
Olney declares his intention of sup
porting XIr. Bryan for President. Af
ter saying that Mr. Drynn Is hardly the
candidate he should choose If he had
his way In the matter and that he en
tirely dissents from parts of the Knn-
sns City platform, Mr. Olney says:
"Perfection In a candidate or plat
form Is an idle dream and Infirmity
in Its creed and defects In Its leader
ship will always characterize very
party,. Rut they In no wise excuse any
citizen from taking his asslgnril pa-t
in the government of tho country from
making up his mind what the com
mouwealth demnnds and which party's
success will come nearest satisfying
them and using his Influence and cast
ing his vote accordingly.
"lie It admitted that the Democra
tic party, its platform nnd Its candi
dates nro open to much Just criticism,
yet .nil things considered, would not
Its triumph be tho best outcome of the
present Presldentlnl contest?"
Mr, Olney then criticises the poll'iy
of tho McKlnley administration re
gnrdlng the Philippines nnd snys ho
thinks that the country will soon 11ml
Itself in the tolls of a Chinese problem
even more costy and menacing tlnn
tho Philippine problem Itself, .
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you hnve n glnss of Seattle," Is moro
oflen heard thnn anything olso. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
REGISTRATION ROLLS TOR THE
NOVEMBER ELECTIONS ARE OPEN.
M F.MIU Hl iMttHM.
LiitfM unci K1HI
Nrw England mutual Lin In
SURANCE CO. OF BOsTON
Etna Fire insurance Cohpani
AND DEALERS IN
IPtnicaUi iiimiIm tlTta l ,wttM aa4 Ml t
Hawaiian St ijlotk.
Ui Nititu4. !) aal rMMn
j tal BmIi,
40S California St.,
San Francisco. Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
AUsbH ! HmlluSltck C(ck.i..
Melnerny Block. Fort Street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House r Internal
: ReTenae Brokers
)I5 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokei
Haiti .1 Ik. Hoaolula Stock tickMf..
Office Queen street, opposite TJnlot
T.lnllMU? 5 P.O. B.i it 1
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
FJoctro-iIyilraulic Power Tranamlaslox,
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Netl Co., Queen street.
Office next to Poufflce. 1211
JAMES T. TAYLOR,
M. Aa. Soc. C. B.
806 Judd Block. Tele. 684.
Sonolulu Iron Works C
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for lrrlgaUoi
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
Hon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
No. 1. Duslness property on Smith
street, between PauaUI and Beretanla
No. 2. Residence property on Punch
bowl street, near Vineyard street, suit
able for cottages.
No. 3. Fine suburban property front
ing on McCully street and running
from Beretanla to Klug streets.
Will sell on easy terms, viz.: part In
cash, or approved stocks or bonds, bal
ance on mortgage.
Fop Sale or
Valuable business property, corner of
King and Smith streets.
A few office suites In Model Block.
For particulars apply to
Cartwrlght Building, Merchant Street,
The World Register
Keupa the Cash while you are busy.
Try one o
On Marble and Granite
WORK. . .
Fenoes and Lawn ' '
Baw'D Iron Fence and Monumental Ct
14 J KIpo Rtreat
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
five to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers ot attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION .PRICE, 2.00 PER
A. V. GUAR,
JutH Building, Honolulu.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " IMIjJnon "
720 Ileretanla street) Tel, 1114, i6j7tf
Ann ttnnrlttn AptnliTHH NlvAPA
M AiioxAi, IIAkk or klt Fkamcisud.
Nan raAMTwo Tlia N.rsila Hatloaki
Hank nf Han rrsliclaci.
lyikinx lb. Union Hank of London
Naw York Am.rlcsn Kicbsnts Ms
CniCAoo Marrlianta National Hsak,
Pakis Credit Lyonnale.
Hshuh l)rln.r Hank,
lloaaoan and Yoioraha Honkiag
Hbanihal Banklliu OorporsUon.
Naw y.Aijixn anp AuataAUA Baak
of Nsw Ksaland.
Vioroau and VAKoouvaa Bank e
dtlah NortU Amsrlua.
DepstsU Reeelfsd. Loass atade oa Ap
brsilts lassecf. Bills of BieksH bowki
sad sold. '
Cot soTioss raoMrrtT Aooocstsd rosj
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LUl
I Ucoi.osai 10 Uo ths Laws t
lor raa Hawaiiak Rsrvaiic
I Capital f.00,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORSl
I Chas. M. Oooaa, Prealdsm.
I P. C. Jonbs, Vtoe-Prsaldeut
I O. H. Oooaa, Cashier.
F. C. Athkrtok, AaalsUnt Cashier.
I Hsnrr Waterhouae,
F. W. Macfarlane,
I E. D. Tenney,
Solicits the Account, of Firms, Cor
poration, Truata, Individuals, and wlU
carefully and promptly attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
6AVING6 DEPARTMENT !
i Ordinary and Term Deposit, received,
1 and Interest allowed in accordance with
rules and condition, printed In Pa-.
book., coplea of which may be had upon
Saving. Deposits will bt
received and. Interest allowed by thla
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rulea and Reg
ulation may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
BISHOP 3C Co.
Transact a General Bankir g
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal citie
of the world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
form will not bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3J per oent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEC. 81. 181, lll,nj.
Money loaned on approved security
A Savings Bank for monthly deposit
Housei built on the monthly Install,
Twentieth Serl of Stock la no
opened. OFF1CERS-T. F. Lansing. Preat.
dent; S. B. Roee, Vice President; C. 9.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS-T. F. Lanaing, 8. I.
Rose, A. V. Oear, A. W. Keech, Henra
Smith, J, L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. B.
Gray, W. I Howard.
Chamber ot Commerce room.
Office Hours: 12:801:80 p. aa.
Tb VoIohQma Specie Bi'ik;
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 2t,000,00i
Paid Up Capital ........ Yen 18,000,00
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,00
Tho Bank burs and recelTaa for ml
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Draft!
uu beiicni 01 ureau, ana
a general banking business.
Oa Fli.l D.po.11 lor BoitSt, . m.1 t. a.
OaFH.ID.poiU lor 6 Mlki.iV
Oa Fli.4 Dtpo.lt tor 1 bus, J
By tb. H4 Oaki, at Yoaobtai, .. Csrrt
O. Fli4 D.po.11 lori.ionUn, H h mI ., a.
Hew BepiMlc BelMln, 11 m 81, Doiolili
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of .itar, Mandolin, Zltbar
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Ordert to be left care of Wall, Ntohola
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