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iV new lot of the Finest
Autohnrpa, Gultarn, Violins, Etc.
Also u now invoice of Hie Colebrutcd
Specially manufactured for tho troptcni
cllmato, second to nono,
MORE THAN 100 OF THEM SOLD
On tho Hawaiian Islands during tho last
ALWAYB ON HAND A COMPLETE
Also the choicest European and Amori-
Beers, Alo, Wines & Liquors
A.T MOST REASONADLK MICKS.
Kd HOFFBOHLAEGER & CO.,
Corner King A Bethel Streets.
T. B. MURRAY
321 & 323 KinR BtreeL
Carriago and .
, ALL MAMMAIS ON HAHD . .
Mil lurmsh everything outside Btearn
boats and boilers.
- hoeing a Specialty.
TRI.KPHnNK 572. -S
k uniomt 607. P. O Box .TJJ.
128 & 130 Fort Street.
.drsksmltbiag in all Its Branches
inior from the olhflr Islands in Building
rnmming, Painting, Etc., Etc.,
promptly attended to.
W. W WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West).
Metropolitan Meat Go.
81 KING BTBEET.
(. 3. Wallxb, Mahaoicb.
Retail . . .
The abovo delicacy jan uow bo
procured in such quantities as required
upon leaving orders with
H. E. iclotvre ti Bro.
A B'axxilly KCotol.
T. KBOUBE, Prop.
Per Day 2.00
flPHOiAL MONTHLY RATKS.
Ph Btof Attendance, tho Best Bltuatlnn
n' It" "- vfP)r 'n b't "'If
WM. S. IRWIN (I CO.
WESTERN BUGAIt REFINING CO.,
San Francisco, Cat.
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS.,
Philadelphia, Ponn., U B. A.
NEWELL UNIVER8AL MILL CO.
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder").
Now York, U. B. A.
N. OHLANDT & CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
RI9DON IHON & LOCOMOTIVE
San Francisco, Cal.
Win. G. Irwin Presidents Manager
Clnus Sprockels Vice-President
W. M. GilTard Becretary & Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter Auditor
AOKN1B OF TBI
Oceanic Steamship Gomp'y
Of Run Frnnnlsno. f!l.
W. H. RICHARD,
General Business Agent
WILL ATTEND TO
Conveyancing in All Its Branches
Collecting and All Businosa
Hatters of Trust.
All business entrusted to him will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Olllon, Hnnnkfta. Hnmnkna. Hnwnll.
LONG BRANCH BATBS
WAIKIKI BEACH, Honolulu, H. I.
C. J. SHERWOOD, Proprietor.
27iere earth and ait, and sea and iky,
With breaker1' song, give lullaby.
King Strcot Tram-Cars pass tho door.
Ladles and children specially cares for.
SAMUEL, J. MAODONALD.
Counsellor at Law.
201 Merchant Street Cone door from
Fort Street.) ,
655 Honolulu, H. I. tf.
WILCOX & SOBEBRO,
Real Estate and General Business
Aoents, Also Surveyors.
Ofllco VA Konia StTeot, Honolulu.
R. N. BOYD,
Surveyor and Real Estate Agent.
Ollico: Dothel Street, over tho New
230 Model Kestaurant. ly
Plumbing, Tin, Coffer and Sheet
King Street, Honolulu.
Kaahumuuu Btroet, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN WINE CO
Frank Brown, Manager,
M nH 9n QtAAf. Honolulu TT. T
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Dealers in Lumber and Coal and
Buildinc Materials of
" All Kinds.
-V .; itfw if-" Wisymw.
(.Continued from 1st page.)
Some important steps in tho Constitutional
Eottlomont of Hawaii
hove boon taken since the failure of
the Treaty of 1893. After tho promulgation
of the Ropublie in July,
1891, tho first Hawaiian Congress
was olootetl, and by it Mr. Sanford
B. Dole was choson President, Liko
the Congress at Washington, tho
Hawaiian Congress consists ot a
Senate and a House of Representatives,
with fifteen members in oach.
The electoral franehiso, howover, is
much narrower than in the United
States. There arc property and
educational qualifications for electors,
aod property qualifications for
membership, Tho President holds
office for six years, and is not eligible
for Ho is elected by
a joint ballot of the two Houses in
tho same way as Sonators are chosen
to Congress from the State Legislatures
iu tho United States. Except
for the property qualifications and
tho mode of electing the President,
tho Constitution in modelled clonoly
after that of this country, and if annexation
is derided upon, everything
is so arranged as to facilitate
the establishment of a Government
similar to that of territories in this
country, suoh as New Mexico and
Oklahoma. In these territories the
Govoruor is appointed by the President,
and the President has a veto
on the Acts passed by tho Legislatures.
In Congross, the territories
havo a representative in the Lower
House. He has a right to a place
on tho floor and to address the
House, but can tako no part in a
There havo been only two questions
in Hawaiian politics since the
Revolution annexation and exclusion
of coolie laborers. Both questions
will bo settled if the United
States Senate accepts the Treaty,
for all American territories are
under the Federal Labor Laws, and
these excludo Chinese immigration
and prohibit the importation of contract
laborers. It is because an end
would be made to the importation
of Asiatic laborers that the smaller
sugar planters in Hawaii have
hitherto been opposod to annexation.
On tho other hand, tho few
people there are in
Hawaii of American or European
origin are friendly to annexation,
because it will extend to the islands
tho drastic Labor Laws now in forco
in tho United States.
The advantages of annexation are
mostly on tho side of Hawaii. Chief
among these advantages is that the
islands by ceasing to bo independent
and ooming uuder Amerioan
rule would be freed from existing
Treaties, some of which, particularly
that with Japan, havo been
sources of embarrassment to the Republic.
Hawaiian sugar would also
come into tho United StateB duty
free, and the groat planters would
no longer be uneasy concerning the
abrogation of tho Reciprocity
Treaty. For the United States, annexation
raises many serious questions,
among thoBe are tho status
and mode of government, and tho
fortification and protection of the
islands. Tho Hawaiians might be
content to remain uuder a territorial
form of government; but with
the direful experience of tho past
ten years in mind, poople in this
country nro, nervous lost Hawaii
should be brought in as a State,
solely to add 'no more Senators io
Congress, and help one party or the
other to a temporary majority in
Londi n Cycling,
At tbo Crystal Palace track, Mr.
S. B. Lawos, Anerley, B. O,, started
for the club's gold medal for a side
of 100 miles, the standard timo
With only a tandem
pair pacing, Lawos rodo his first 10
miles in 26min 8 2 Bjoc, but was compelled
to ride alone for several intermediate
distance", up to SO miles,
this dUtanoe being covered iu lhr
25 3 Bseo. Although riding alone
for nearly 20 miles in all, Lawes
finished the 50 miles in 2hr llrain 17
3 Cnoo, in tho faco of a cold northeast
wind, and, after completing GG
miles in 2br 58miu G8sec, the vetorau
rider retired, although inside bis
table limo, .
NO CHOLERA HERE..
The physicians say thcro is little
danger of cholera ever appearing In
Honolulu, on account of climatic conditions,
ntul particularly on account
of the purity of the most popular beverage
used tho oclobratcd Rainier
Beer. This beer Is pronounced by experts
ns the most hcnltliful beverage
sold. On tap or In bottle (it tho Criterion
Saloon. Phono 783.
Ladies Drawors, exceptional valuo
for 50 cents, at Sachs.
Fishtail ferns for sale in quantities
to suit, apply this ofilco.
Join our Suit Club, $1 per woek
Modoiros & Docker. Hotel street. '
Extraordinary bargains in Ladios
Muslin Underwear this woek atN. S.
Ladies Shirts for 50 cents. The
$1 Night Gown is a wonder at N. S.
Ladies night gowns, well made
pood cotton, for 50 cents, Ladios
Chemisos 8 for $L this woek, at
Scotland is famed for its fino
whiskeys, and the best brands of it
are obtainable at the Pacific Saloon
Ask for Androw Ushers O. V. G.
It don't pay to make underwear
when you can buv it so choip, iho
Underwear that N S. SsohR is Belling,
is sppoinlly niadn for him, and
every garment is guaranteed.
"Doppelbrau," on draft is tho
finest beer in town. It is on tap at
tbo Roval Saloon, and is pronounced
a very healthy and refreshing tonic
by all conoisseurs. '
Tho favorite beverage of tho nobility
is Andrew Usher's whisk and
Schweppe's famous sodB. The Royal
Annex, always up to date, is now
responding to the frequent calls for
"U. & S
Paddy Rvan is now assisted by
popular William Carlisle at tho An
chor Saloon, where Seattle Beer is
always on draught and other
furnished. Pointers on all
sporting events can be had, free of
charge from tho athlotia manager of
Tho Favorite has becomo the
favorite resort in town. W. M.
carries an excellent stock
of liquors aud beers. Attention is
called to certain brands which will
be of special valuo to sportsmen
during tho game season, as they
cauflM a steady aim and straight
Buffalo Beor has proved its immense
popularity at tho Royal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan SaloonB. The
celebrated Pabst is also retained
there in draft or in bottle. Tho interchangeable
check system that has
proved such a convenience to tho
patrons of these popular resorts is
also in vogue.
J. T. LUND,
General Repair Shop
Fort Btfeet, opp. Club Btables.
Worn-out Parts Renewed
Guns and Locks Repaired,
Being a Praotlcal Machinist, All Work
709 Guaranteed. tf
Reduction In Pricey
Having determined to not only
meet tho Groat Out in Prices that )s
now taking placo among tho Grocers
of this City, but to go them one
better, wo invito tho attention of
Housekeepers to get Our Quotations
and iuspoot Our Stock of
Fancy and Staple
Wo mean business and will as wo
havo always boon, bo not only tho
BEST, BUT THE CHEAPEST
GrocerB in tho City.
HAS THEM ALL
Telephouo 210. Froo dollvory twice daily
TWO REA SONS
Why peoplo come long distances to buy ot
REASON 1 Becaute ono customer tolls
another how much thoy havo savcii by
at this llvo and lot llro establishment.
REASON a -Because tho saving from
their grocory bill helps them to pay the
If you don't bnllovo what our customer
say Just givo us a call and ba convinced.
ttsuy and Craln
TEL. 7M Oppoattn Hallway Depot
Merc liaiits U ixcliaii)
B. I. BHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King and Nunauu Htreeta.
oar- TELEPHONE 401.
Bruce Waring & Co.,
Real Estate Dealers.
503 Fort St., near King.
Houses and Lots, and
Lands For Sale
elf Parties wishing to dispose of their
PrnpwrttpB. nro tnvltml topwll on iu,
(LATE II, MC1IT10.)
No. 22, Bcrotania Btrect, near Fort,
Is Dropared to do First-class Photographic
work in tho Latest Styles with
Neatness and Dispatch. The only ground
iloor Art Gallory and Studio on the Islands
Correct Likoncss and Good Views
Nono but experienced Hawaiian Artiste
Employed, aud no Oriontals.
KUPIHEA & McOANDLESB.
IB PREPARED TO
Manufacture and Repair
All k'uda of Jewelry,
WW T.nv ttnllriln?. Vnrl Rl H
The Pioneer Bakery
Bread, Pies, Cukeu of ull kinds, fresh
Fresh Ico Cm am mndo of tho Best Wood-lawn
Cream In all Flavors.
The Finest Home-made Confectionery,
Has romovtd his Plumbing BuBinesb from
King Btrcet to tho premises on
Formerly occupied by"Wnn