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1111! tiVKNINrt HtJUlHINi HnNOU'll'. I.. Ullttl'AVi NOVIlMttt'K rt, li3,
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GtO. A. DAVIS
GEO. t). CEAII
DAVIS & GEAR
"Mlorrc)i nnd Counsellors M Law
'V. Putt J MeMntnlSK.IIimnliiltt
OUAHLES T. PETERSON
Attorney ivt- -"w ant!
.7. M. KAN1CAKUA,
Atfornoy nnd Counsellor nt
In the Occidental Hotel,
King nnd Alakea Street.
W. C. Achl. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys nnd Counselors
Offlco No. 10 West King Strcot,
SorKeoos, Poyslcl&Ds and Dentists.
Dre. Cooper & McDonald.
ft. Cooff 8 )4 to 10 a, m.. it0 4 -ni rto8r
Dr. McDoiulJ 10 a m. to 1 p. m.. f to S r m
Ir C'oofrr I jo to 10 a. m.
Dr. AtrAtj t to tp. m.
,,4 TEIEW.ONE iji It
OR. J. 1. WAYSON,
Has removed to his new office and resi
dence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite Me
nmirn umiDC J a.m.103 p.m
-"-' "u""" vo;)Pini-0":
TIX. Main 14G
DR. W. H. MAYS
has opened an office for the practice of
Medicine and Surgery, at 319 BeretanU
Street, next house teyond Central Union
Church. HOURS: to to 12, 2 to 4 and
7 to 8; Sundays, 9 to 11. TELhl'HONE
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-o&ened his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
f 9-1 1 A.M.)
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Reldence: Comer
Beretanla and MlPer streets.
OPFICI HOURS: I to II A.M.
1 10 I P. M.
Sundays 10 11 v a. m.
TELEPHONE ),'. WHITE. ii
Dr. W. J, Galbraith,
Offlco and Residence: Ilerctanla and
Office Hours: 9 to 1C a. m.; 2 to 4
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
IR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone 510. P. 0. Box, 601.
Offlco hours; 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
p. m.;7 to 8 p. ra.;Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. A. N. SIMLATrT
School Street, between Emma and Fort
Hours: 9 to 10 a. m 2 to 4 p. m.;
T "to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours ,....8:30104
DR. R. 1. MOORE,
Offlce: 222 Hotel Street.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
k, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street.
Hours: 2 to 4. Telephone 431.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
EI. Gr. BIA.Ra,
40ttt FORT STREET.
HonolQlQ Concrete Company.
Office with H. F. Bertleman,.Contractor,
King St. opposite Wall; Nichols & Co,
Ksm - ;z 'V
el1. 1 1 DO ALL kinds of Stone and Concrete
K' Work at CALIFORNIA PRICES.
Hoi, ' WE make a specialty of constructing
f$s Yemeni ame wanes ai very reasonacie
ft' 2 2 SEATTLE DEER.
Epi Af&Si MAIM 1 QQ The ever PPular Rainier boer Is be-
mjti, '"' " ACmW iTlIll left coming a household word and "will
HKk'; VSaSy "a80n,C often heard than anything olse. The
MHRFj' xfliy Temnlr Criterion Saloon has the beer on tan or
$ liv - m bottles. was In Washington when Senator VOte the Straight Republican Ticket
!i--iirii .in iisi-V-i ' rtiiii. w " ' "'"in -v
CtllOtlt IDd itpiBHI flfBl.
Donu in Crayon ok On. i
I'll tuff I 'Mine J In any styli
. ...Framed I'ktuttt it wt. i
. . ..New MmiMliic for PrintM havi
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stuck Ytd
14C0 Tl 1.1 l-HOM My
T. KAT8UNUMA Ct Co.
A. K OfAWA. alenaeet,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Tirorrr Office- Roea, t acitalro Sfreceeliloill
ttI! yt .
lAtllLS SKIRTS CLEANn
Clmrilri t Of in. J, Ih.J an j R, rilled
-"SUITS AlAtlP TO OHDEK
Tit (uiranieid. ae-UmMtPrke,
FoM Strrct, ntir Kukul, ini mji Or(hm Tfttittr
-rPtlcei Cloning on ult, fit luting lull Si y.
Wong Sal Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A. Pitricr Fit Guaiaktiid
404 Fort St., nc.tr King St.
HONOLULU, H. I.
Cleaning , Dyeing nnd Repairing n Specialty
A Fim AtioirrMtNT op American. Enqhshaud
SCOTCH CLOTH ON HAND
No. jtT Nuuina ttrett, Honolulu. H J.
Good work aal flritcUfl flt rurtntfd
uiointi uitanta ana Ktpurta
Irchltects, Contractors and Bollders.
Jobbing : Promptly : Attemleil : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Store .ni Office Fltthir.
Plint .nd Etttmatet Furnl.hed.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO..
Architects and Builders
:: PROGRESS BLOCK
Oto W. Pit.
F. W. Beerdilee
P. O. BOI TTl
BBARD8LEE t PAGE
VrchJtects & Buildcpft
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen street. Honolulu
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
0 rtar of old stand. Entranct on Kla
.rt. Oi'ers left at either shop, or office,
t ,'ohn Nott'f !or, Kin? street, will r
e'va nromc litter.'ltn. litl-tf
Bdsr and fine Dealers.
IatroaxaBs, and Wbolisali
Wine and Lipr Dealers,
AjMIe lot the BottleS Rtlalar Beei ol Seattle.
Mo. 19 Nduamd Btiir
Foiter Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiuidi.
P. O. B01 111. Mutual Teletboae 4.
QONSALVES & CO., Ltd
iVHOLEBALE GRO0ER8 AN I
aaSQneen atrest, Honolnla, H. '
idated Soda Water Co., LT
tarnir AIIcb k Fort Sts., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
In It? New Quarters on Hotel! St.
UNPER THE MANAGEMENT
T. A. .SIMPSON
LATE OF THE CRITERION
Enterprise Beer on Draught
Take the Crowd
Ttt Men) Stujur nt INla ym r nHl'mlllH JoW etiHI In h'j
nhf HfTHHeJ nt the VI I, tin : l.lll ll I ho I It -! Hrtltl,tH. Ill lOXt-ft
nlnrla IH ley M)llK that It Inoha II Mi Kllilty Hill h iHire It) will.
vh)" lli'illlm Ills iHiilhrr
"'I here .up mon'.M"l(lti : iiiliiicm than llrnti li.ilinris f 11 tiiAii."
"llMiiiieri iltin'l votf"
"No. lull tl 'lion hlli mi y lli w Iml titiins.'
At pery per.oniiinu win 11 this Joke Is irim,i McKlinirn liitnio '& I'
rchnl with Itiuil ni'lin'. In fK't. ill nil tlu llirnlers n M K 1 11 1 Jokn tli't
)rnr la morn liiinlly rlifi'icil tlinn n Joic Hint fnvms llrynn. Hteli nil Ilia
llowrry, 11 DemocrntlcMrjtiKliolil. whim It Is natural tti siippum- 'lint llrynn
Jokes wtiulil K" i'U. thf liciiHuritllr! ciiiiillilntr linan't llii lictliT (if l nlth the
iiiiilleiircH, Miiny of tho roinoill.llis who work till political koks, htmevtr,
tin so wllliiMit prcjuillrc to clth-'r rnln!lilnti. A sketch tciiin nt Miner's l!ov
rry, whlcli cssn)s piillllml humor, tries n McKlnlry ursp, siiiir hy tho mule
inenihers of the ttnm first, nlul thtii the feninto meinlicr switches on to
llrynn sentiment. Ho overyhoily Is ptensed.
Here Is n snmplc of the mntcrlnl turned out by tnlkltiK romedlnns:
"Hello, pal, ciiii tm tell 111c whero nil tho inemhers of Tainmnny Hall
arc oiunlly beautiful?"
'tlUc It up."
"In the dark. Hut snyl Whnt does llrynn wnnt the Presidency for any
'Tor llrynn. That McKtnley, IIiuiikIi, Is 11 dangeruus man,"
"Why Is he dangerous?"
"He takes life cheerfully."
"Do you thing they'll emblnm Croker when he dies?"
"No, 1 trust lee will lie cheap wht-n he dies. That reminds me of what my
wife said to the lee that she put In the ten box this morning."
"What did she say to the rnke of Ico?"
"You dear little thing."
"Speaking of Croker dying, whit do you think his epitaph ought to be?'
"His trust In the prophets wns grett but his profits In the trust were great
er." "Thnt wns n touching Incident."
"Croker hitting the cundldatea for coin."
"I can tell you a capital thing for tho candidates cash."
"I got one for you. Why Is Ilryan like Oom Paul?"
"Give It up."
"Uecnuse he's a great bore."
"When McKlnley getB In he'll make a dollar bill go as far as a ten-dollar
"Send both by mall."
"Speaking about tho money question, I believe Ilryan Is right when he
argues that silver Is better thnn gold. If you take n flvo dollar gold plcco
and put It In your pocket It Is only ?5 when you take It out. Hut If yw
take n flc-dollur silver certificate and fold It In your pocket, you double It
don't you? And when you take It out you'll llnd It In-crenses."
'I can give the nanio uf our next President."
"Det you eight dollars and a halt you tnn't."
"I'll take that bet Wllllnm." Vow York Sun.
- it it ii it it it it it it . ;V it U it it it Hft it it it it it it it it -'t it it it it it it it
Hosts of Republican
Close the Campaign
(Continued from page 1.)
dentlnl contest, but, In any case, Ha
waii could expect no benefit from the
plcrtlnn nf n Dfloimrn in f?imr?rrRB wild 1
... .. ... . ......
oeiongeu 10 no party nt nil. .Mr, I
Wright was frequently applauded and
took his seat amidst an ovation. I
MuhIc 'ow canie on the!
Hath Tuxedo Quartet with a
ChurniH rollicking lay. Tho en
core came tiimulttiously nnd Irreslstlb'y
to which the tuneful four responded
with n campaign song, Another rous-1
lng encore brought them forward aguln,
when they gave an adaptation to tho
campaign of "Ten dollars In my Inside
Ever nnd anon enmo from tho over
flow meeting In the tent on the parade, j
ground louu cheers following me plain
ly heard admonition, "Vote for Sam
uel Parker." At Intervals between
speeches and songs, the "Rnh, rahs"
of the rough riders rang through tho
Paul "on' 1aul Neumann
the was received with rounds
Noble of applause, and begun
with a graceful and witty reference to
the presence of so many ladles. Refer
ring to the saying that there were
good trusts and bad trusts, he said he
was going to make one trust himself.
It was his trust that by tonight the Re
publican cause would be triumphant.
He would not talis up much of their
time, as there were gentlemen present
who had more Interest In current af
fairs than he had. Thank heaven ha
was not a candidate. If they would
excuse an old almanac story he might
try to illustrate the local situation.
The story was that of the sleeping
passenger who wns hurled from his
seat and pulled back by friendly hands,
and receiving a negative reply to sev
eral conjectures as to his disturbance
said, "If I had known (lint I would
not have got out." To elect Robert Wil
cox was not to bo thought of, Wilcox
was only In this thing to sell out, and
when ready that was all tho Hawallai.s
would get from him. If Wilcox were
elected he could never sit In Congress.
It was not necessary for the speaker to
say anything for Sam Parker. What
ever the Islands needed ho would get
for them, and they needed a good deal.
Let them not look at th'ls matter as
boys' play. Send a man to Congress
who could obtain what the country
needed, one who would serve both
whites and natives, and represent the,
country In a decent and common-sen?o
way. Being a kamaalna tne speaker
was known to them. Some of them ho
loved and, some he hated ,laugbt,eri,
but there were others who, on this last
night of the campaign, had a better
right to be heard than he. Therefore
he would retire.
The band played Hawaii Ponot,
which from old association started a
number of people toward the door. It
was not the finale, however.
Stalwart Ilon- Sam Parker rata-
Leader ed a laugh In opening his
Talk remarks with a reference
to Mr, Neumann's prior appearance.
Referring to charges of corruption
agalnBt the Republicans, be wanted to
tell them that the Republican party
was for clean politics all the time. He
was In Washington when Senator
Clark of Montana nnd Hepresentntivo
Huberts or L'tub wuro expelled from
Congress, these Incidents showel
whero the corruption existed. It wus
In tho Democratic party. Hero thcu
were only two parties tho Hcpublleun
party and 'Wilcox. The Democrats wero
not In sight. It wus no use to elect Wil
cox, for he would be expelled the same
way us Roberts. Then they should
have to liavo an election over ugalu.
Parker made some humoruus ref
erences to Dcmocratls luaus and min
strel shows. The former' pleased him
on account of his Interest lu the meat
supply, and tho latter because he was a
stockholder In the Orplieum the Dem
ocrats hud another mlustiel show theri
that night. Ho concluded his remarks
Another Interlude was given by the
Tuxedo Quartet, the first song being a
u hooper-tip of Sam. Parker. The en-
Icoro was decidedly tempestuous, and
brought out the narrative of Wilcox iu
l tank. A second encoro elicited the
"son of a gun" ditty.
Cvclone George A. Davis was
George received with a storm of
Gctat up applause attesting the
high favor he had won as a campaign
orator. With an allusion to the Gun
powder Plot In England, ho went on to
say that, while It might be too much U)
say that the election of Wilcox would
be as disastrous as the Gunpowder
Plot had It succeeded. It would be u
serious menace to the prosperity of the
Hawaiian Islands. It was hard to t-peak
in the present campaign when a man
could not get to face, him focman of his
steel. He told of the proud re -ord the
Republican party had mudo in achieve
ments of equal rights, and of the Dem
ocratic attempts to bribe several States
against that cause. While thby were
to deprecate any racial divisions in Hu
wall, but it must be understooi that
the white people must have representa
tion. Tho Republican party came down
hero with a worthy candidate In tun
person of Samuel Parker. They were
now under the protection of the Am
erican flag. No more ever would they
seo warships come into Honolulu har
bor to coerce the government of these
Islands. Tho Amerlcau flag brought to
the Hawailans the fullest measure of
freedom and equal rights. If It proved
tomorrow nignt that tho Hawaiian
people drew a race Hue against the
white people, It would be one of the
grandest mistakes tho Hawailans had
ever made. He had been In favor from
tho beginning of the earliest extension
of the United States constitution, with
the grand Jury and unanimous verdicts,
notwithstanding tho opposition of peo
ple who had made riches here beyond
the dreams of avarice. These things
had come to pass and everything' had
gone on smoothly. In conclusion Mr.
Davis was loudly applauded as he call
ed for votes today for Samuel Parker,
a roan who had far more force of char
acter than he was' credited with and no
monkey on a utlck,"
At 10 o'clock the vast audience melt
ed away to the strains of patriotic aim
from the band.
The true Republican will vote the
straight ticket, from Parker down.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAV.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All drugglBts refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. S5 cents.
. AlnflCanKBfr' liAlhTa
T ere li no reeion hy aajrone thoulJ suffer from
dyarepile or any etomech trouol. Hnttetlef's
Stomech Ulttere cum con.tlp.tlon I.elKettton, o
ptrtla. n.l.rla, fever ana agve. It he. Son. to for
iiityye.ri. Any 4ru(lil will Mil It to you. Tak.
It l.lthtullv. It will rerulate trie buwelt, Iwprove
trie apretlM and Mine .ecu noaiia ana evengtn. ee
that a Pkivatb Ravstut TAr cover, the neck of
A M lirnatAasi Ta fM
A Blood HUSlMlLtt
Purifier and " gTOIAOH
Flesh Builder BITTERS
Prcwh from tho Coast.
A Talented Company of
Tho Pick of the Western Circuits,
Including such well-known people as
EDWARD B. ADAMS
DENNING and CARROLL
PAOLO DI GOSEA
SONGS Classical and Comic
DANCING, INSTRUA1ENTAL MUSIC
A First-class Program by
mCI3i-2A, MO, 7H CttntM
Ilox Office open Saturday morning
Real Estate and Insurance.
IITE and FIRE
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LlFK IN
SURANCE Co. of Boston.' i
tna Fire insurance Compani
HENRY ST. COAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention siren to ngrcnaea a4 aal. el
Hawaiian Surer Stock.
Loan. Ne(0tlata4. laitara aat rrel(t 8feS
408 California St.,
Ban Franclooo, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Hatalias Slock Bsckaai.
Melnerny Block, Fort 8treet.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stook and Bond Brokei.
Meat, of it. Hosolsls Slock luOaaf.
Office Queen street, oppoolte Union
TeleoSoaa toS p O Boa tee
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
ood paper for
2.50 per an
Advert Is or
who use its c
HAWAII SHIMPO 8HA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIJttPO,"
the only dally Jepanete paper publltbel
In the Territory c lliw.ll . , ; ,
Y. SOGA, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
sB" Editorial and Printing Office, near
MiiK unuKt, tying sireei. r. u. nox
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving tnetr pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe Just
ness Office, Telephone i$fi.
Abner Robblns, the leading capitalist
of EaBtcrn Oregon, Is one of tbe most
eccentric of Amerlcau millionaires. He
lives alone In a lonely hut, prefers
humble fare, nnd will not accept a pass
on bis own railroad.
1 vi m unn mi) m
Jintd llulldlii;, Port street,
tiKorpoisled under the lwi of th
Territory of Hawaii,
l(il,l Cnpltnl . ..
NeNerva . ..,... j
, no, oo()
OITICnitH AND DIIII.'OTOIIS.
Charles M, Cooko President
P.C.Jones Vlco President
C. II. Cooko Cashier
V. C. Atherton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Walorhousc, Tom May, ft W.
Macfnrlanc, 13. D. Tenncy, J, A, M
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to It Sell and Purchase For
eign Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Tern:bpolts received
and Interest Sallow4 v, accordance)
wfth rules and conditions printed In .
passbooks, copfot'of which may be nd "
Wa. U. huro
San Vonei'ieo AftnUtam Rktasa
National Bank or 8aj nuxoaoo.
Sam Frakoisoo The Nevada National
JMnK 01 tn Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London.
Nrw Yoke American Exchange na
tional Bank. "
Chioaoo Merchants National Bank.
Pabis Credit Lyonnala.
Bantin Drasdner Bank'.
honkono and Yokohama Honk. ng
flhanehel nanlrlnv rifiHiAMtlfin
Niw Zealand and Aotoaua Bonk
nf N.w 7.Aalan.
Victoria and Vanooitt m Bonk 0
British North America.
Truact 1 8utnl Balm ml Eitkue BU
lMpouti RscelTsd. Loans mod on Ap-
OredTts Istnsd. BUle of Kxchange bomtkl
and sold. , 1
OomcT ions PaoM lt Aooo id yom.
BISHOP Sc Oo.
Transact a General Bankli g
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travnlm a
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal citua
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 8 per cent, 6 months
3J per cent., 12 monthB 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. II, MM, lUl.ITT .
Money loaned on approxed tecarttm
ASaTlngaBank (or monthly depodta.
Houses built on tbe monthly Instant,
Twentieth Bert ., ot Stock U ma
opened. OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, rruj
dent; a B. nose, Vie President; C. .
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. dear, BaerataUT ,
DIRECTORS T. F. Lonsln;, B. .
Rom, A. V. Oeor, A. W. Keech, Usara
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, a
Oray, W. L. Howard.
Chamber ot Commerce) rooaia.
Offlce Hours; 12:10 i:to n. an
Bisior k GO.
BaTtngs DeposlU will ba
received and .Interest allowed by this
Bank at 'four and one-half per cent;
per annum. "
Printed copies ot the Rule and Bee
ulatlons may be obtained on application.
Offlosatbank building on Merohant
BISHOP A OO.
Tge Vo;oIiBmB Speoie Bij
Subealoel Capital,,,, .,,.,., Yen 04,000,000
Paid Up Capital,, .,....'....'. Yen iLooolooo
Reserved hund Yen 1,1)0,000
Head Office, Yokohama,
Tha Bonk buys and reoelTe tor tssV
lection Bill ot Rzebanga, UkniM Dram
and Letter ot Credit, ana tnuai
a general banking bnslnssnv,
OfTIRMT ALLOW BD
On FU4 Denoelt tor t montka. 1 W "
Oa Mmi Dann.lt for 1 boo,
, - - - .
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank,
Htw Eepiuic Eiiiim. in im el, mm
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with froat
Ave 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 PEB
A. V. GBAR,
, JurM Building, Uonolula.
J- a,JK-vnn4f, vfj