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A now lot of tlin FineBt
AutoharpB, Gultarn, Violino, Etc.
Also a new invoice of tho Celebrated
Specially manufactured for tho tropical
climate, second to none,
MOKE THAN 100 OF THEM SOLD
On the Hawaiian Islands during the last
ALWAYS ON HAND A COMPLETE
Also the choicest European and
Beers, Ale, Wines & Liquors
AT MOST BEASOHABLG MICKS.
Kd. HOFF80HLAEGKR fc CO.,
Corner King & Bethel Stroets.
T. B. IUREAY
321 & 323 King Street.
ALL MATERIALS Oil HAND . .
i 'mil b everything outside steam
noils mid boilers.
Shoeing a Specialty.
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fi07. P. 0 Box 321.
128 & 130 Fort Street.
'SHkmittimg in all Ita Brancbas
iril'Tt1 tiom the other Islands In Bnildlng,
'I mumlng, Painting, Etc., Etc.,
promptly attended to.
W. W WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to Q. West).
Metropolitan Meat Co.
81 KING BTREET.
J. .1. Wallib, - Mamaokb.
Betall . . .
The above delicacy .aii now be
procured in such quantities as required
upon leaving orders with
H. E. Mntvre dt Bro.
A JP&raiily Hotel.
T. KH.OUBE, - - - Prop,
Per Day 2.00
aPKOiAL MONTHir; katks.
TtiK Best of Attendants. thnllMtflUuatiim
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WESTERN SUGAR HEFINING CO.,
Son Francisco, Oal.
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS.,
Philadelphia, Penn., U 8. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO,
(Manf. "National Cano Shredder").
JNew xorK, u. h. a.
N. OHLANDT & CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
BI8DON IRON & LOCOMOTIVE
San Francisco, Cal.
Win. G. Irwin & Go.
Win. Q. Irwin President & Manager
Olaas Spreckels .
W.'M. OMard.., Secretary & Treasurer
Iheo. C. Porter Audltoi
AGENTS OF TIIK
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y
Of 8nn KrnnnlHPO. Oal.
W. H. EIOKARD,
General Business Agent
WILL ATTEND TO
Oo.nvevcing in All Tts Branches
Collecting and All Buolness
Matters of Trust.
All bnslness entrusted to him will reccivo
prompt and caret al attention.
Office, Hnnoknn. Hmnltnn, Hv"iH
LONG BRANCH BATHS
WAIKIKI BEACH, Honolulu, H. I.
G. J. SHERWOOD, Proprietor.
There earth and air, and sea and sky,
With breaker's song, giie lullaby.
King Street Tram-Curs pass tho door.
Ladles and children specially pares for. ,
WILCOX & SOBRBRO,
Real Estate and General Business
Agents, Also Surveyors.
Offlco Vi Konla Streot, Honolulu.
R. N. BOYD,
Surveyor and Real Estate Agent.
Offlco: Bothol Street, over tho New
230 Model Restaurant. ly
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet
King Street, Honolulu.
Kaahumunu Street, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN WINE CO
Frank Brown, Manager.
OU nnH 'in nfnMltu... QlwAat Mnnntnln W. T
ALLHN & ROBINSON,
Dealers in Lumber and Coal and
Building Materials of
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Resolutions Protesting Against Admitting
Asiatic from Hawaii
Saoramento, Doc. G. A wook ago
Monday the Saoramento Council of
Federated Trados discussed Hawaiian
annexation and unanimously opposed
it. A commitloe was appointed
to present resolutions In accordance
with the council's vote, and tonight
the following was roceived and
Wuereas, Tho Saoramento Federated
Trades Council, representing
organized labor in Northern California,
exteusivoly roviewed the subject
of Hawaiian annexation from
the standpoint of wageworkers, and
whereas nothing is adduced
to indicate immediate or prospective
advantago to labor by the
annexation of Hawaii, thoroforo be
R'solvcd, That tho Saoramouto
Federated Trades Counuil is opposed
to and earnestly protests against
annexation for tho following reasons:
First Acquisition of the islands
will nowhere create a demand for
Second The thousands of Chinese
and Japanese laborers now in
Hawaii may or may not bo allowed
to migrato to the Paoiflo Coast in
tho event of annexation; however,
they cannot be deported and will
Third Tho imitative instinct of
Asiatic labor has ruined many industries
in California and the coolies
of Hawaii will quickly grap an opportunity
to further augment the
ranks of unemployed Americans.
Fourth One wageworker and his
family cannot exist on what an Asiatic
laborer thrives. If the education
and elevation of the producers
is among the aims of thoso who
shapo the destinies of this great republic,
in the name of justice wo
protest against ruinous competition
We protest against Hawaiian annexation.
11" ilved, That a copy of tbo foregoing
bo forwarded to the United
States Senators Perkins and Whito
and to Representative DeVries.
DUTY ON DUTCH SUGARS.
An Export Bounty Paid by tho
Netherlands Onuses a Countervailing
Washington, Doc. 2. Tlu Secretary
of tho Treasury to-day
decided that the Netherlands Government
pays a bounty on nil raw
and refined sugars exported from
that country, and hence under the
new traifl aot all sugar from the
Netherlands entering the United
States are subjeot to a discriminating
duty equal to theoxport bounty
paid. The exact rate of this countervailing
duty has not yet been
definitely ascertained, but it is said
that it will approximate lHcents per
100 pounds on raw sugrr and a
slight advance on those figures on
It is known that tho Secretary has
also conio to the conolusion that
thn Belgian Government pays an
export bounty on sugar, and a
decree to this effect may be expected
in a short time. The additional
duties will apply from September
Tho amount of raw sugar imported
from the Netherlands during tho
laBt year was over 88,000,000 pounds,
of which 25,500,000 woro not above
No. 1G, Dutch standard, and
above that number. Tho sugar
imports from Belgium during the
last year aggregated over 123,000,
000 pounds, of which nearly 121,00u,
000 woro below No. 10.
Martial Law in Bohemia.
Prague, Deo. 2. Martial law has
boon proclaimed hero, as well as iu
tho judiaial districts of
Suikow, Weinberg and
Smiuhow, as a result of roceut riots.
The Favorite has become tho
favorite resort in town. W. M.
carries an excollout stock
of liquors and boors, Attention is
called to certain brands which will
bo of special value to sportsmen
during the gamo season, as they
cause a steady aim and straight
AN INSU1.T TO RUSSIA.
Secretory of Hor Embiissy at Constantinople
Attacked by Turkish
Athens, Nov. 80. M.
secretary of tho Russian embassy
at Constantinople, who is a
member of tho committee for the
repatriation of the Thossallan refugees,
was attacked yesterday by
beggars at Volo, tho prinoipal port
of Thossaly. A Turkish military
patrol that was passing joined the
beggars in tho attack, and M.
was knocked down by one
of his assailants. Ho wob badly
battered with rifles and eventually
bound with cords. Tho English,
French and Italian members of the
committee arrivod on the senno at
this point and after much talk succeeded
in getting tho cords out. An
aide of tho Sultan then arrested M.
Tsherbatscheff, and his colloagues
had much difficulty in obtaining his
roloase by protesting against the
outrage. The incidont has stirred
the diplomatists and is likely to
stiffen Russia in hor dealings with
Tho Hawaiian Question Must Walt.
Washington, Doc. 8 Senator Davis,
ohairman of the Foreign Relations
Committee, says he is not
ready to proceed with tbo Hawaiian
annexation treaty, and cannot now
fix a timo when it will be taken up,
although he thought it would bo
before the holidays.
It is stated by those in a position
to know that the reason tho Hawaiian
treaty is not pushed in the Son-ate
is because the friends of the
measure have grave doubts as to
their ability to secure tho necessary
two-thirds' voto to pass it.
The impression prevails that it
may be necessary to pass a joint
resolution and to annex the islands
by legislation. It has been found
that a number of the Senators who
were counted for the treaty are
against it, while others have expressed
doubts ab,uit hasty action.
Join our Suit Club, $1 per week
Medeiros & Decker, Hotel street.
Fishtail ferns for sale in quantities
to suit, apply this office.
Scotland is famed for its fine
whiskeys, and tho btst brands of it
are obtainable at the Pacific Saloon
Ask for Andrew Ushers O. V. G.
"Doppolbrau," on draft is the
finest beer in town. It is on tap at
the Royal Saloon, and is pronounced
a very healthy and refreshing tonic
by all conoisseurs.
The favorite beverage of tho nobility
is Andrew Usher's whiskv and
Schweppe's famous soda. The Royal
Annex, always up to date, is now
responding to the frequent calls for
Paddy Ryan is now assisted by
popular William Carlisle at the Anchor
Saloon, where Seattle Beer is
always on draught and other stimulants
furnished. Pointers on all
sporting evouts can be had, freo of
charge from tho athletic manager of
Plumber and Gas-fitter
Ordors promptly attended to and work
B0TEL STREET NEAR FORT
npHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING KEEN
X appointed by iho lato Judgo 8. L
Austin, Circuit Judge of tho 'lhird Judicial
Circuit, as Administrator of thoEstato
of Kaholouaht Ik-), of Honokaa,
Island of Hawaii, deceased, on
October 27th, A. D. 1800, thoieforc, notice
Is heroby glvon to all persons having any
clnlms ngaluit tho unlit Estate t, present
tho same, duly authonticated within sir
months from date, to the underslgno't at
his place of roiilonuo on Knnklnt Street,
Hono ultl, Oaliu, or to J K. Kahonkano,
Avornoy of paid Es'ato, at his luw oillco.
on Kaahuiuanu Street, otherwise ttuy w ll
bo forever harrcd, and all those Indebted
to the said Estato aro rcnuostcd to nnikn
Immcdlato payment of tho same to tho
said undersigned at his said place of
or to said J. K, Kahookano, at his
said Law Oillco.
J K KAUNAMANO,
Administrator of tho Estate of Kaholokahl
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1807, oaw
Why people como Ions? distances to buy at
REASON t Drciuiro one cnstuiuor tolls
another lnw ltiutih they have spvtit by
dealing at tills live and lot live
IlEASON 2 -.became the saving from
their grocory bill helps them to pay the
If you don't believe what our customer
say just glvo us o call and be convinced.
Hay aiid OraLsi
TRL. 7W. Opnnnltn Railway Depot
Bruce Waring & Go.
Real Estate Dealers.
603 Fort St., near King;
houses and lots, and
lands For sale
,03?" Parties wishing to dispose of thair
PrnrmrtlPH. nrn Invito,! U cull on n.
B. I. 8HAW, Proprietor.
Corner King and Nnuann Streets.
east- TKLKVHON U 4!ll. -
iLATft II. LICIITIO.)
No. 22, Ueretoiita Streot, near Fort,
Is prepared to do First-class Photographic
work in tho Latest S'yles with
Nontness mid Di-patch. The only ground
floor Art and Studio on the
Corrprt Lifinnuia and Good Views
Nono but experienced Hawaiian Artists
Employed, and no Orientals.
KTJPIHEA & McOANDLESS.
J. T. LUND,
General Repair Shop
Fort Stfeet, opp. Club Stables.
Gnns and Locks Repaired
lloing a Praot'cal Maohlnist, All Work
The Pioneer Bakery
ilroad, Plos, Cakes of all kinds, fresh
Fresh Ico Orfam mndo of tho Best Wood-lawn
Oroam in all Flavors.
The Finest Confectionery.
SonsoiiniEUB ake iiespeotfully
notified that all subscriptions aro
Btrlctly in advance by the month,
quarter or yeor.