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A now lot of tho Finest
Autoharpo, Guitars, Violins, Etc.
Also a now Invoice of tho Celebrated
Specially raanufoottired for the troplcr.1
ollmnto, second to none,
MORE THAN 100 OF THEM SOLD
On tho Hnwailnn Islands during the lust
Also tho choicest Europcnn and
Beers, Ale, Wines & Liquors
AT MOST 11EAS0KAI1MS rltlCES.
Eii HOFFSOHLAEGER & CO.,
Corner King & Uethcl Streets.
riti.rrnoni: 007. P. O Box 32L
128 .t 130 I'-.. Uroot.
Blanksmitlilng ia all Its Branclies
Orders from tho olhor Islands in Building,
Trimming, Painting, .Etc., Etc.,
promptly attended to.
W. W.x WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Buccesaor to G. West).
321 & 323 King Street.
. ALL MAMMALS OH HAND . .
Will furnish everything outside steam
boats and boilers.
Horso Shoeing a Speoialty.
ma- TELEPHONE 672.
Metropolitan Meat Go:
81 KING BTREET.
G. J. Wallib, - Manaukb.
Retail . . .
Tho above dolicaoy jan now be
procured ia audi quantities as required
upon leaving orders with
H. E. Mcintyre & Bro.
A. JPetraiily Kotol.
V. KBOUSE, - - - Trop.
Per Day , $ 2.00
Per Weelr 12.00
BPJtOlAL MONTHLY KATES.
Tho Best of Attendance, tho Best Situation
Ill liT'll i) fit
,d mm m.
.WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO.,
Sim Francisco, Oal,
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WOHKB.,
Philadelphia, Tonn., U. B. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL. MILL CO...
(Manf. "National Cnnc Shredder')
New York, V. 8. A.
N. OHLANDT & CO.,
San Francisco, Cat.
UISDON IRON & LOCOMOTIVE
San Francisco, Cal.
Wm.G. Irwin Presidents Manager
Oluua Bpreckels Vice-President
W. M. Qlffiird Sccrotary & Treasurer
riifo. C. Porter Auditor
AdKHXB OF THE
Oraasiic Steamship Gonip'y
Of finn FriuinUm. Cal.
W. II. RIOKARD,
General Business Agent
WILL ATTEND TO
Co.'iV6?aacing in All Its Branches
Collecting and All Business
Matters of Trust.
All business entrusted to him will reeoive
prompt and careful attention.
Ofllrn. Honokan. Hnmnknn, Hawnll.
LONG BRANCH BATHS
WAIKIKI REACH, Honolulu, H. I.
0. J. SHERWOOD, Proprietor.
There earth and air, and tea and tky,
With breaker's sung, ghcjullaby.
King Street Tram-Cars pass tho door.
Ladles and children specially cares for.
SAMUEL J. MAODONALD.
Counsellor at Law.
204 Merchant Street Cone door from
655 Honolulu, H. I. tf.
WILCOX & SOBRBRO,
Real Estate and General Business
Agents, Also Surveyors.
Offlco VA Konia Btrcot, Honolulu.
R. N. BOYD,
Surveyor and Real Estate Agent.
Office : Bethol Street, over the New
230 Model Kestaurant. iy
Pluiibino, Tin, Copper and Sheet
King Street, Honolulu.
Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN WINE CO
Frank Brown, Manager.
i ami in Murnlian Streof. Wnnnlnln H. T.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Dealers in Lumber and Coal and
Building Materials or
Onian BWaat fTnnnltiln
ART .IN HAWAII.
A Sculptor's Experiences Btudios in
Mr. Alleu Hutchinson, a roce'nt
arrival from Hawaii, gives an interesting
account of tho progress of art
in that country. Mr. Hutohinicn
is a sculptor who has been for
sevoral years ougagod at Honolulu
in type studios of the native rare.
Onn of the interesting features of
Hawaii from an art standpoint, ho
explained to a Daily Tolegraph representative
yostorday, is tho interest
now being taken iu the preservation
of what remains of the native
antiquities, ouriositioa, and characteristics.
Till quito recently nothing
whatever had been done in this respect.
Steps have recently beon
taken also to preserve the old native
temples, which had previously been
allowed to decay, and oven to bo
carried away for .building purposes.
The phyoique of the natives, ho says,
is splendid, but they are rapidly
losing their interesting primitive
condition and charaoterisitcs. Only
the old pooplo have any knowledge,
for instance, of the manufacture of
tapa, or native cloth. "Honolulu
has a very flourishing and enterprising
little art league, which holds
two exhibitions a year, and which is
woll supported by subscribing laymen."
As evidencing the small interest
which artists take in mundane
alTairs, Mr. Hutchinson moutioued
that he had been through threo
revolutions in Hawaii without being
any wiser. "If I wont down town
aud found a fresh government installed,
it roally made no difference
to mo. At the lime of the first revolution,
however, about 188'J, I happened
to be doing a bust of the
King, and was actually shut up in
the palace during a siege of the
buildiug. Bullets were flying in
every direction, and I narrowly escaped."
Among tho native type studies
which Mr. Hutchinson has done for
the Bishop Museum at Honolulu
are a series of relief heads, male and
female, representing four ages, from
ohildhood to old age. Two years
ago ho was commissioned by the
trustees of the Museum, to make a
sories'of life-size figures (casts from
life) of native Hawaiians for tho
now annexe These represented an
old kahuna (native priest) or
man, praying to death a real
old type fast disappearing; a bark
Btrippor crouching at his work; a
group, and a poi-pounding
group, Mr. Hutchinson
is hero with a viow of continuing his
othnologioal studies of tho native
races of tho Pacific Sydney, he
considers, as tho most suitable base
for operations. Ho has with him
moulds of the work he has already
done in Hawaii. Sydney N. S. W.
The story of the annexation of
Hawaii by the United States hunot
without its significance if the
ing Post account of it is truo. Ha
waii, it seems, has
25 000 Japanese inhabitants,
40,000 Hawaiian "
. 15,000 Portugueso "
8,000 American "
5,400 Other white "
and 60 Millionaires.
The last are the owners of tbo su
gar industry, Under the old tariff
laws thore was a duty on sugar.
Tho sixty millionaires being more
or less Americans got this remitted
a present to thorn of $60,000,000 a
year, Under the MoKinloy Tariff
the duly was taken off, and a bounty
substituted for American manufactures.
Thou tho millionaires begau
to agitate for annexation. Now a
duty that puts $38,000,000 into tho
Sugar Trust's pockets is imposed.
Tho Hawaiian millionaires could
not Btand that, and have compollod
MoKinley to annex. How edifying
aro the quarrels of protected industries.
A lady, who is an accomplished
toaoher of music, dosiros to givo
lessons to a few pupils at thoir
home, at 50 cents a lesson. Address,
tho oditor of The Independent,
Eu. The iNDnpnNnnNT:
An a salvo to the much
Star man, who is not as safo behind
the guns at ho thinks, I will slightly
raise the curtain for his benefit.
Tho whole race of Hawaiinus with
thoir host of frionds aro what tho
very much hoodwinked Star man
ofton tonus ai a "noisy little knot of
royalists." The royalists, both Hawaiians
and thoir friouds, have
proved thomsolves during the last
four years and over to be truo to
their colors, and will romaiu so tho
last. But how is it with your side,
my doar Star maul Do you understand
thorn? Every Hawaiian,
a fow who havo taken an
oath to this Government, havo done
so solely to earn a living, until the
tide turns iu thoir favor. They are
truo royalists still at heart. Tho
othor few excepted Hawaiians,
discouraged, say they want
annexation, as that will wipo out
forevor the devilish tribo of Stevons.
And furthermore, allow me to say
to you, my dear Star, by far tho
larger majority of whites that you
depend upon, are not altogether
satisfied with the outlook horo.
Wake up, Mr. Star man, and look
about you, and ask youraolf tbo question
of how in tho name of the
Great Jehovah, any decent person
could mourn tbo loss of tho hell
planted hero in 1893, and by a sect
known as puritan descendants of tho
bluo law framors of Connecticut.
Quoon's Hospital Report
"To the Trustees of the Queen's
"Gontlemon We have tho honor
to submit the following report for
the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1897.
"The number of patients at present
in tho Hospital is 72, viz.: 45
HawaiianB (35 males and 10 females),
1 Chinese, 4 Japaneso and 22 of othor
nationalities; 24 paying.
"Tho number of admissions during
tho quarter was 149, viz.: 80 Hawaiians
(67 males, 23 females), 2
Chinese, 20 Japanese aud 47 of
"Discharged 137, viz.: 70 Hawaiians
(44 males, 26 females), 5 Chinese,
19 Japaneso and 43 of other
"Deaths 17, viz.: 12 Hawaiians
(11 males, 1 fomale), 3 Japanese and
2 of othor nationalities.
"Tho causes of death wero: Cancer
of mouth aud throat, 1; fraature
of skull, 8; gangrono, senile, 1; mesenteric
abscess" 1; panoroatis, 1;
paresis, 1; phlebitis, 1; pneumonia,
2; railroad injury, 1; typhoid fever,
8; valvular heart disease, 2. Of tho
above 4 died within 12 hours and 2
within 24 hours of admission.
"The highest number of patientH
was 85; lowest, 61; daily average,
71; number of prescriptions, 463.
"Thore have been 15 major and 10
minor operations and 2 post-mortem
"The total number of patients
treated has been 855, viz,: July,
181; August, 108; September, 110.
"Charles B. Coophr,
"O. B. Wood,
Tho Annexation of Hawaii.
Tho Temps, in an article on the
annexation of Hawaii by tho United
"Wo aro tempted to seo in tho
sudden plaoing of tho annexation
of Hawaii on the Ordor of tho Day,
not so much tho natural outcomo of
a'desigu slowly prepared and
concealed, as an expediont improvised
to create a diversion an
attempt at tho eleventh hour to
throw into tho background the
aud thorny affair of Cuba.
Prosidont MoKiuloy ovidontly
that in throwing this bono to
tho Chauvinist Corberus to gnaw ho
will procure for himself a moment's
rospito. This is only too probably
an idlo hope, Bince nothing is no
calculated to strengthen and
tho courso of aggrossive
groody for Cuba as
this first appetiser at tho oxpenso of
littlo Hawaii. ife(er.
WHBN MU 8JST OUT INTO
wo can ho with you. Tho memory of a
noil siockod lardor In your camp will holp
the onjoymetit of tho scenery picturesque
or majestic, ns It appeals to the eye. The
cllmuu genlnl, bracing, roJuvonutlnK
WlU be aided by good groceries. Whalover
you do rnstlcntlui;, hunting, fishing, riding,
boating, wheeling, mountain climbing
or In valely ropoulng our gdods are the
host and necessary accompaniments.
Tho season for this son of thought and
action it upon ns. All l ho world, takos an
outing once a year if It doesn't, it oueht
to. Whilo making up your mind whore
you will go, put these places before your
ON MAUI-Haleakala, Lahalna,
Makawno, Hana, Kula, Knhului,
ON KAUAI Hanalcl.HanaDopo, Lihno,
Koloa, Walmea, Nawillwlll and Kawal-bail.
ON HAWAII Kilauea and
tho rainy city, KnpapaH,
Hay anil Dr. Liudloy's Sanitarium,
Walplo, Kohalu, i'una, Kona,
Olympus or Louhl Makapuu and
Mokapu. Walanno, Pearl Hatbor, ltemoud
Grovo, Aloitnalua aud Alanoa.
Tbo Islands of Lanal, Molokal,
LEWIS & GO,
HAS THKM ALL
Tolephono 210. Freo dohvery twico dally
Why peoplo come long distances to buy at
ItEAKDN 1- 15ecauo ono customer tells
another how much thoy havo savo1 by
dealing at this livo and let llro
REASON 2 Because, thu saving from
their grocery bill helps them to pay the
If you ilon't believe what onr customer
say just give us a call and be convinced.
Hay sixica. Orain
TKL. 7fi.ri Oppnnltfl Railway Depot
8. I. BHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King and Nuuana Streets.
, TELEPHONE -Ml.
Bruce Waring & Co.,
Real Estate Dealers.
C03 Fort St., near King.
Houses and lots, and
Lands for Sale
&3- l'artlos wishing to dispose ol their
PropnrHflH. nr invited in nail on n.
is prepared to
Manufacture and Repair
All kinds of Jewelry.
WW Lnv..nnllllnB.T,nrtRt. tf
The Pioneer Bakery
Oread, Pies, Cakes of all kinds, fresh
Fresh Ice Oream mado of tho Rest Wood-lawn
Uroam In all Flavors.
The Finest Home-made Confectlonory,
Has remold his Plnmblng Business from
King street to tho premises on
Fonuorlyjpooapled by "Woven