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. UST ARRIVED
A new lot of the FInost
Autoharps, Guitars, Violins, Etc.
Alsu a now invoice of the Celebrated
Specially manufactnri'd for llio tropical
cllmato, second to none,
MOKE THAN 100 OP THEM SOLD
On tho Hawaiian Islands during tho last
ALWAYS ON HAND A COMPLETE
Also tho choicest European nnd American
Beers, Ala, Wines & Liquors
AT MOST REASONABLE mtOES.
Kd. HOFFSOHLAEGEU & CO.,
Corner King & Eothcl Streets.
T. B. 1DBMT
.121 A 323 King Streot.
, ALL MArCItlALS OH HAND . .
I, lit n !) everything outsldo steoin
i ' ' mifirt Htid boilers.
1 .i's-.- Shoeing a Specialty.
f 'I KI.KPHONK 572. -ma
1 r KPItflNF Ufl. P. O Vox 32L
12S & ISO Port Street.
r.lciH from the oth Islands in Baild'lng,
(Voimlng, Painting) Etc., Etc.,
promptly attended to.
W. WUIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. Wtiit).
Metropolitan Meat (Jo.
81 KINO 6TIIEET.
Wallku, - -
Retail . . .
' Navy Contra mors
The abovo deliotuiy jM now be
procured in auoh quantities as required
upon leaving orders with
H. E. Iclolne & Bro.
j. JTcLnaily Hotol.
X. KBOTJSE, - - - iTop.
Per Day ... . ....Si'.OO
BPK01AL MO 'J I AT9
rh Dost of Atttiiulnnfc, th- IJ -Ai
Hi IRWIN fti liV.
WESTERN SUOAlt REFINING CO.,
San Pranclsco, Cal,
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS.,
Philadelphia, Pcnn., U B. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder").
New York, U. B. A.
N. OHLANDT & CO.,
San Pranclsco, Cal.
IUBDON IKON & LOCOMOTIVE
San Francisco, Cal.
Win. Q. Irwin Presidents Manager
OliuiR Sprockets Vice-President
W. M. Glflard Secrotary & Treasurer
rheo. C. Porter Auditor
AGENTS OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Gonip'y
Of Rati Franolwo. Cnl.
W. II. RICHARD,
General Business Agent
WILL ATTEND TO
Co ue wincing iu AU Us Branches
Uollectlng and AH Busiucso
IXattora of Xrust.
All basiness entrusted to him will receive
prompt nnd careful attontlon.
Office. Honnkaa. Hnmnknn, Hawaii.
LONG BRANCH BATHS
WAIKIKl BEAOH, Honolulu, H. I.
0. J. SHERWOOD, Pioprietor.
There earth and air, and sea and iky,
With breaker's suinj, ghe lullaby.
King Streot Tram-Cars pass tho door.
Lnrilpi and children specially earns for.
WILCOX & SOBRBRO,
Real Estate and General Business
Aqents, Also Surveyors.
OIUco VA Konia Street, Honolulu.
R. N. BOYD,
SuiJVKXOR AND REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Olllco: Bethol Btreet, over tho Now
230 Model Restaurant. ly
Plumbing, Tin, (Jopper And Sheet
King Btreet, Honolulu.
JCaulmimmu Btreet, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN WINE CO
Prank Brown, Manager.
9 anil Uf Uonliai fl wt Uinnlr)t W, T
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Dealers in Louder and Coal and
Buildino Materials of
i. ilrpst fl'i'lillnlli
Annexation Unjust to America.
It might bo well for tho Federal
Government to ask itself at this
time, has this country not got morb
divono and opposed races undor itfl
Hag than it can deal with
Why should it seek to receive
into citizenship at ono swoop 80,000
proplo who are tainted with an
awful and ineradicable disease,
whose customs are alien to those of
this Republic, who are idle if not
vicious, immoral if not criminal, and
at tho same, moment keep guard at
tho ports of tho Atlantic Goat so
that no single objectionable immigrant
sball sot foot on those shores?
Aro theso Europeans who arn thus
debarred refused admission to this
country sololy becauso they would
cheapen tho price of labor iu a market
uhich is alroady overflowing
Not at all. Those are reasons and
important ones, but there is a greater
principle in tho background. It
is that they havo in numbers too
vast to be assimilated in our republican
life, aud that thoir increasing
presenco is a menace to tho State.
Then why should these people of
tho Sandwich Islands be brought
into the Union? Their sooial life is
as antagonistic to ours as that of
that flood of immigration we are
now stopping on the Eastorn Const.
They havo a country, it is true, that
is rich with possibilities, but it is far
distant, exposed to attack in case of
war indefensible, requiring great
oullay for administration purposes
and out of touch everywhere with
tho. genius of the American people.
There is no commercial profit to
be looked for that is not ours
or that the legitimate efforts
of trade cannot secure. There is no
strategic value in an island, which,
if regarded as a protection to the Pacific
Coast, is 2000 miles from it.
Ono might as well say that the island
of St. Helena serves that end
for the Cape and South African
colonies. It can be of no value as a
coaling station, because there it no
probability that the great fleets will
ev' r maneuver there. Its annexation
would be uujust to its people
and nupowii Philadelphia Times.
Tho Wiong Boason
Tho Detroit Free Tress, speaking
with regard to tho Hawaiian annexation
suhemo, adopts the right conclusion,
but gives tho wrong reason
for it as follows:
"Annex Hawaii, 2200 miles distant,
possessing a population incapable
of appreciating American ideas of
government and morals, and there
can bo no valid excuse for not admitting
Cuba, lyiug close to our
doors aud possessing a Christian
civilization. Let Mr. McKiuley yield
tho coterie of plotters who so cunningly
workiug Congress for the
furtherance of their island-grabbing
project, and ho must, to bo consistent,
reverse his attitude toward the
Our interest in Cuba and tho
other West Indian islands is vital
and imperative. They command
the Gulf of Mexico and tho Caribbean
Soa. They are within half a
day's sail from our coasts and most
intimately connected with this nation
in commerce. Beyond that
every instinct of humanity and American
freedom, as woll as our traditional
policy, evokes our sympathies
aud aBsistauco with all efforts of
theso people to establish aud maintain
Spain is ready to quarrel with us
for her supremacy over Cuba, which
she has reduced to a desort. Germany
is undor the suspicion of got-ting
ready to grab a West Indiau
foothold in Hayti.
Tho vital and traditional interest
of the United States is iu theso islands.
We should bo ready to prevent
Europeau aggressions thoro,
With these possibilities ponding, to
waste strength in trying to hold an
ishnd in tho Pacific that wo have
not tho slightest use for is a blunder
at once fatuous and pusillanimous.
If it be truo, as roporled, that tho
administration will accopt Spain's
plan of autonomy in ordor to push
the Hawaiian job through Congress,
it means an abandonment of American
policy aud a fatal error. Pittsburg
Expects His Doc to Go to Honvon.
The Listoner has received many
letters of sympathy for tho death of
his dog Mac. He is gratoful for
them all. Thoir tono of strong
sentiment and tho loftiness of thoir
ideaB prove to him anew that tho
lovo of animals is ono, of tho most
spiritual things that wo havo iu our
nature. Nearly evory lettor expresses
a more or less firm acceptance
of tho notion that some part at
least of tho greatly lovod and do-voted
dog will survive to meet some
part of the human in anothor form
or piano of existence. From the Boston
Tho Oollogian's Retort.
Membors of tho class in
had been rather flippant in
regard to some pompous authority
and a fellow was eulogizing him.
"You are probably ignorant, young
gentlemen, that the venerablo person
of whom you havo been speaking
with such levity is ono of tho
profouudost scholars of our ago
Indeed, it may bo doubted whether
any man of our ago has bathed moro
deeply in the sacrod fountains of
antiquity " "Or como up drier, sir,"
was tho reply of an undergraduto.
llccoller.tions of Aubrey de Vcrc.
Reflection of a Bachelor.
After a while tho women will got
up a movement to have a curfew
rung for the men.
Tho reason why most old bachelors
havo never married is because
they havo uevor asked any girl.
Whou a girl can't judge a man by
the company he keeps, she judges
him by tho creases in his trousers.
There may bo such a thing as a
man convinced agaiust his will, but
there never was a woman convinced
any way at all. N. Y. Press.
No Merit in It.
It is worthy of uoto that Senators
Pettigrew and Dubois aro not in
favor of annexation "f Hawaii. They
havo been to tho islands, and naturally
come back convinced that there
is no merit in taking tho possessions
of a peaceful people, who have al
ready been proyed upon, and whose
despoilers staud roady to hand over
loot that thoy aro afraid they cannot
retain much longer. There is known
iu law such a thingas being an accessory
aftor the fact. S. F. Call.
Scotland is famed for its fine
whiskoys, and tho best branch" of it
are obtainable at the Pacific Saloon
Ask for Andrew Ushers O. V. G.
"Doppolbrau," on draft is the
finest beor in town. It is on tap at
the Royal Saloon, and is pronounced
a very healthy and refreshing tonio
by all conoisseurs.
Tho favorite beverage of tho nobility
is Andrew Usher's whisky aud
Schwoppe's famous soda. The Royal
Annex, always up to date, is now
responding to tho frequent calls foi
"U. & S "
Paddy Ryan is now assisted by
popular William Carlisle at tho Anchor
Saloon, where Seattle Beor is
always on draught and other stimulants
furnished. Pointers on all
sporting evoutB can be had, free of
ohargo from tho athletic manager of
Tho Pavorito has becomo tho
favorito'rosort in town. W. M.
carries an excellent stock
of liquors and beers. Attontion is
called to certain brands which will
bo of special value to sportsmon
during tho game soason. as they
cause a steady aim and straight
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
J. appointed hy 'ho lato Judge B. L
Austin, Ohcuit Judge of the Jhlrd Judicial
Circuit, as Adiuinlstiaior of tho Estate
of Kaholnkahl (k.l. of Honokua,
Island ol Hawaii, deceased, on
Oct bor27th, A D. lbOO, thorofore, notion
is horoby glvon to all persons having any
claims agalnit tho talu Eiruto t present
thosanio, duly authenticated within Mi
months from Jute to th" undorslgno l at
lus plucoof roeidonco on Knaklul Street,
ilouo nlu, Ouhu, or to J K Knho.iltono,
Ai'ornoy of mild Es'ato, at IiIh law olllco
on Kauhumanu Sircet otherwise thty w II
bo forover tmrred, and all those indebted
to the said Kstate uro unnoted to make
Immodlato payment of tho samo to tlio
said undersigned nt his said place of
or to said J. K Kahuokano, at Ills
eald Law Olllco.
J K KAUNAMANO,
Administrator of tho hstatoof Kiihnlokahl
Honolulu, Nov. 2J, 1R07. 710-Ct oau ,
Why peoplo como long distances to bay at
ltr.ASON 1 one customor tolls
another how much they havo savoil by
dealing at this ilvuuml lot lWe
REASON tho saving from
their grocery bill helps them to pay the
If you don't buIIovo what our customer
say just give us a call and be convinced. .
Hay and Grain
TKL. 7W Opposite Railway Dfipnr
Bruce faring & Co.,
Real Estata Dealers.
603 Port St., near King.
Houses and lots, and
lands fob sale
Parties wishing to dispose of thair
Proportion, nro Invltod ti mil nn n.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King and Nnuanu Streets.
COT- TELEPHONIC 4'H.
tlATK 11. 1IUITIG.)
No. 2', Herat anla Streot, near Fort,
Is nrcpired to do First-class Photographic
work In tho Litest B'yles with
NcHtness mid DNpatch. Tho only ground
iloor Art Gxliory and Studio on tho Islands
Corri'it LlRenoHS and Good Vies
Nono but oxterioneed Hawaiian Artists
Employed, and no Orientals.
KUPIHEA & McOANDLESS.
J. T. LUND,
General Repair Shop
Eort Stfeot, opp. Club Stables.
BICYCLES EEP AIRED
Worn-out Parts Renewed
Cans and Locks Repaired
Doing a Praot'cal Machinist, All Work
The Pioneor Bakery
Dread, Pies, Cakes of all kinds, fresh
Vrosh Ice Cam made of tho Best Wood-lawn
Cream in all Flavors.
Tlio Finest Home-made- Confectionery,
SD11B0RIBKRB ARK RESPECTFULLY
.i i no ,u?,d U,mt "I1 uuwrlpt!ons aro
strictly in udvance by the month
quarter or vw
,. lf ' TESTA,