! 'M. II v
Vis.r In VlvnniH', ),,,
hi mill ri Hli.i uilyi-rlUliiu
i mi tin- imtiilmll ,itii-.-.
optHHTC Numtaf ass, 11,11 Ti i,-.
ii ItllAY, HI .' 'RMBRR 9, DM.
Hon ii i iiitm.n h;is can
hi. I in In- joHi mil, tin- thht i
i thorough and paiwamfctng
trtiett oa the proponed Pacific cable,
i m- subject is one in which Mr.
liitney has loiiy; liecn inti-rcsud.
and In tin- discussion of which he
the II iyy in hi iii . l
ovtf Muwnt which tin ifroui bas
enjoyed lot tin month I' st As
to Mr. Damon, the report ihal in
will lesion his Kein disposed of l)
Mntwtf in a waj becoming n loyal
nd sagacious minister ami man ol
ftfiMr. Tin- Kovahsls i:i i ri t
no comfoii from him and the) maj
M u II Stop unlit iii on il
i ii i M A y y 1 1 y s . y i h.iii
It. i.i. .ii in. aS i .i- iii ii IhIm
.,.. i ,, , . !., i.i tli i i. t
Boston, November i . William
Brewster Oleaon, who wu ;it the
cad of the educational department
in Honolulu lor many years, in
has been able to bring a targe digest I speaking of tin- proposed restora
tion of the monarchy
"Shi mill ii conflict
1 lonotulu the people
try will realise what
of facts and arguments. The con
clusion he has reached appears in
the following paragraphs:
I. The ocean bed between
Honolulu and Monterey bay pre
sents an obstacles. On the con
trary, it offers unsurpassed Condi
tions, such as have never been
found lor a cable on any route.
j. The fact that the ocean bed
consists of ooze and mud through
out this entire stretch of 2100 miles.
mu 1 which the cable will sink and
remain Imbedded and protected
from marine parasites, anil from
all external influences, gives prom
ise that it may last for many years
without calling lor repairs.
3, It is the shortest, cheapest
and best route from Hawaii to the
American mainland, and will cost
hall a million dollars less than if
laid to Vancouver.
4. As an investment it gives
promise of a small income of three
or lour per cent from the start, with
;i prospective increase yearly, made
more certain whenever the lines to
Australia and China are com
pleted. Ndthin; less than a reckless
and fatal ambition 011 the ex-Oueen's
part- a morbid desire lor power and
littk pay ami gew gaw glitter
could induce heT to aspire in the
Hawaiian throne Should she lie
again placed there it would be im
possible, without the aid of foreign
troops, for the woman to keep her
seat two hours. Surely she is not
so blind as to presume that Ameri
can tars would defend her crown
against the right of revolution as
conceded by the Declaration of In
dependence and against all Ameri
can principles, It cannot be that
she imagines the British would at
tempt to help her with the Monroe
doctrine standing in their way. In
the words of Secretary Gresham to
Minister Thurston: "Putting her be forgotten that Hawaii is
lake place in
of this coun
stvle 01 men
arc at the front in Hawaii. They
will fight. The) are prepared to
light. The) arc thoroughly organ
ied and in part officered by men
who Served during the civil war in
this country. Moreover, they have
; every thing to fight for, and the op
ponents of annexation in Honolulu
1 know it and can never organise
against them When tin intelli
gence and industry of a country
; are pitted against a party that is
seeking personal political power
there can be DU1 one result ulti
mately. The only rallying point
of the Opponents of annexation
is devotion to a monarchy
that has been notoriously corrupt
, and a moral offence to the com
munity. The Provisional Govern
ment cannot be shaken by any
domestic outbreak so long as the
present organization is kept intact.
, There is not the least liability that
the present organization yvill break
down should the United State-,
withdraw its moral support, liven
before the arrival ol Mr HlotUlt
the people hi Houoluhi had gravely
faced the worst possible alternative
and set deliberately in yvor'- organ
biing tor the continuance ol the
Provisional Government for .1 term
of years. The Government has
ample resources to meet all its obli
gations, even for such emergencies
as providing For an army of defence.
The dilatory and negative policy of
this administration has united the
people supporting the Provisional
Government, so that Minister Willis
will find a strong, dignified, com
petent and assertive Government
intrenched in the hearts of the citi
zens of Hawaii.
"This Provisional Government
can. il it sees lit. give Minister
Willis his passport. It must not
iv - ,1 .ol, -11 .-1 11 fatai i'i' ii 11 1 ii
.1 ii, 1 1 ' in iii. in .-in , 1 1. in, -Hi-, in-i ahtii
1 li,,rnii lily mi '.hhvi'iI tin- Anstratlitii
M i,.. i- IViwrtl, tin' ' .hi i-ii in Mini -i.-i "i
1 h-i . .in v 1-in in tustralis Iihviii
1 11 k 1.. 1 1 'i in 11 1 in' HtnpntN fur eulai u
w o i.ii' hstweeti tin- two .-ii. .Hi.-, sad
1.. 1 , mnimi'titiji i i-i'-li' i.. iai'i'ii itii'in
iii,' itritUli 1 hn ri iniH iii 1 dtaiiM iti-
hrat 1 - hi iii I In' ni-j.ii i.it urns 1.. 11 sue
iiimiuI last Ii 1- oil 1 mu If tfuma
liitlimkHtunl 1- ii'-i"ii.l ttiftmicfc tin
1 uii' ..i 1I1 lioi I.111.1 - ttlmln
miration, HrilMi Influent In in l-l
in. 1 v in. li nn I, -. ii ..11 tin- , on nut)
mu,' in. Hi U'l.-iiii .. .11-. i.i, -ml, I,- nn, 1
1 fwmti mni iMfhsfs ante tn em
elntti tittal.t iir ehWr tmiti rvfoiltottt
with Ihrm. in istm. fttr ihe paMaaT
nfthf McKliili') taHIT, t In- nllgnr . laiisi -1.1
srhlch kiiockiiii tin- ttsttmitan treat)
with lit t'nlteil Htatu nn the hunt, ttw
1 .ti Ring nmUv nvtrttire in 1 anada tot
clnfler tmde, tntl nothing came of theni,
Nn,, ihai 1 '.inn. in is in aired onmuinui'
cstion with the inland, nomelhlns awl
he .Inn, -'in thai way, with Australia us
in,' ,ii iii,- partim tn .in' bargain,
1 I bad a talk ymtenlaj with British
offleial vyh'. has bran familiar with
.I'm- hi Hawaii for tin- last twent)
years, lie aaiil :
"I don'l now what in make iif Mr.
I (lnveland, He - n. 1.. have tamed
Quaker 1.1 Mitnething, .lusi Imagine
wlinl they would na) in Bngisnd fi an
Rualiah Premier were in unael M brand
, new aioiiamhy in -1 cuuntrj m far n -mote
from ii whieh bait alwaya heeu
J republican, They would hoot him, Yet,
1 change tlic n. mu aad tin- adjective, and
that'i what Mr. Cleveland Is apparenti.
going todn, Fifty yean agothnsover
eignli 1.1 theae llan,s ivas nifi-red to I
Britain, hut deellneil h) the admiral of I
ettr Paoitto sqiiailrou, That, 1 suppose,
yyas pariectli proper, lite) belong in
id,- I ulted st.ih- b) tlie law ol geo
graph) rather than in us Bui 1 can't
i.'i the life of me understand what Mr.
Cleveland meant b) bowling over the
Provisional Qovertttnem and bringing
. .... n ifunui rnimus in- mmn
thai is equivalent tn restoring peace ami
quietness, li . la is mistaken, it 1
will in- aeceesary for him tosupttorl (In1!
Queen by armed force) that is. if he I
wishes to keep her on the throne, Ureal
Britain will in- glad in welcome tin-1
Queen au.nn. li Is a crying shame in h
keep thai lovely corner of tin- world
under a regime of roy alettes oni) one or
t wu degrees removed from Cecil Rhode's
friend, Lo Beuguelni hut if Mr, Cleve
land is bound tn have a royaltythere,
Mlluokalant is attoiil asgtatd Many for
British piirtoses, Bhe has all along said
1 hat Mi. Cleveland would put her bank,
! yy ler wliere -h,- gol the Infornia
" Hie I". -1' ol I' i.ii has perhaps escaped
Mr, t 'ieveland's attention, Hlxty years
a o the uiiaHionar lea abHanil there just
its the) npamed at Fiawnli, Tin- tw-i
islnudu -N-.iii.iiiv .,-..1 a tliin vwieer ol
1 i elli.i.t inn. but tbiH mil) reudertiil
stable native goveruuient impossible,
in 1890 King rhnkattlbau, a sow of Ka
lakauit, except mat ho couldn't play
poker, offered the sovereignty to Queen
Victoria. Theoritish Government sent
i Commissioner his mime yviiH not
III t- in the Islands, ami In- reported
that I'hakambau hail been persuaded in
make the offer by Europeans who con
trolled suyar lands and were think
ing nf planting cotton, ami that if Eng
land assumed tin- sovereignty there
might in- trouble with the natives. Tin
King's offer was accordingly declined,
A sei ii.- of rows ensued, The Europeans
could not put up with te in i -savage
ruler with unlimited authurity, and so
thev formed a Cabinet, or Government,
n THORH V.
MM ICS I CS I St I A ' . ,
1 . 1st ,-i n 1 1,,, 1 tin 1. , , , lieietl) i
a ! ii 1 I'M .. 'i rrsnt
.11 it, ii'.yy 'In. ni l ps) ii.li' ill tin
Itn . ..( Hi. l ay . ..1 11 n. I I ..Hi . I. . I
in ih liuve 1. hi BalMini tl duiu
i'lu- .iii. wiii iw agsai ISvanVfl m
until I l' Hi Lilly iSiinhiy- ,'AeHpt,-ib
r. . 1, , i-i , . i..o in. in - ,.r sin b Hmh s.
ah rases wiii.h ihall remain an
paid after tin. lath day ol Ueramhef,
tltt) Ian ma t in. shall ha added in tin-
inniiilit nf sm h Taxi's b) Its AsSSSSue,
sad shall he collected as ntrl ol issek
W M.IT.i: 1 WKKI'iiN.
DeHit) A mu ami cnilsctnt IHatrfri
ni Kona, I stand ..1 1 lahii
.In-, 1 11 1 Mi y yy
AtHesvni mid 1 iiilt-i im nl 'lasen,
I'llsl III, I lull. -.'is :,
K, I'. AIKI I. I. -v . has this day
1 11 appotnted UlaTMCT Maowtratii
fm- tlir district of Koolaupnkn, Oahu,
vies Krank Pshla reatgaed.
Executive Building, lien, 1. ISM,
tMUW GOODS! lUEW GOODS! !
'WU I UII I
S 1 M I I I
ItUNUI 01 "
Gtiif out ot thi' Dvy u i"
- r-vlf- n i'i :-p -otr! BeuS'-1lr- nf Cm'
THIS II NO I-4Kb.
.A11 Wisnt I Ail 1 s . t 1
i 1 tt i in- trtmt tit ' i
I-' iif l iKtirr.l ami MM04M MHn,MNK Slks
tti- t't's.1.. m .til Stt.nlt-. hiiiiit.il iti.li 1 Silk, in
It. ss -nil. tii'., 4 r Ht.il MMsV NnIM Mb I tii" ti
Mfea A M linrttf MRmm NiCftlMI
At Kifly irnln n Vtd
V lull- itasj t rJ ii.tUn. IflffM builds
1 " if -.1 mm m mm, v a (tu
na. Ni v Muilhv N CftMM.
A iinr i-'ttin 'ii
liinnhatri PftfVtjfcN MNt fNlMSltadli, fmiry
Stfirnl OMMM Ltinklfs
MM nn s-lruanl ;is,itim-nl (
UrrN ItlmmtiiKa to nmtrri nil M IMfttlll
Childn ti - t
Iii. 1 1 ad on 1. Ih
rhese II is an- s, In n il i-' imlly by Mi: saiii- in N. yy
nl in. Vstl I in si, mid yyill Ik offered Nl nHci
in suii ihe Limes,
1 1, t it y an. I an
SKAl.KI) I KNiiKKi
wan i' received at tl ffice of th
Minister nf the Interior, until It o'clock
B00O1 Monday, December 1. ISM, fur
the construction of a bill at North Kn
I'hins ami specitleatlons at theurtloe
of the Rnperintendent nf Public Works,
nisi, ai the office of O, II. Pulaa, Deputy
; sin-rill . North Kohala.
ISaoh tender must in- endorsed "Tender
for Kohala Jail,"
Tin. Minister of the Interior does not
bind hitnsell in accept the lowest or any
liit, 1 1
'i ( Ifflce, Nov.
s. I Still.
. k UIQ,
it tin- Interlti
SAI S OF A STRIP Oh UOVKKNMI-Nr
l.ANIJ SOU I H Sl-OPh. PUNCHBOWL
HILL. HONOLULU. OAHU.
1 111 Wbokssday, DsosMsaa It, 1898,
nt 19 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of the Executive Building yvill be sold
it 1 mi i ii it- auction a ntrip ol tfovemmeni
mil nn tin- mouka sni- nf ProsixH't
street, smith Biope Punchbowl Mill,
lionolulu, Oahu, containing an sreaof
iis;."i squure feet, a litth- more or bss.
I Ipsel price, $75,
Inh rior Office, Nov, 8A, 1894.
.1. a. KINO,
Minister nf the interior.
tents' Linen Colntrs
1 1 tents' Neckwear. .
Velvet Ribbons, yards for
12.50 Corsets Byj bom s
; Stlli ami KsilO) Mti-ss KtlttlMIS
Hoy s VV Otdell Soils
Hoy s All W'lKll Soils
Colored Woolen l.tnv..
Uadies' Colored Ribbed Vests
I. allies' W hite EsnSC VcStS.
Hoy 's Cambric Collars, pr doc.
las.oo ttc-nts' Suits..
i lints' Undershirts
I. allies' lircss Heels,
Clasps lor Cloaks, per dor. . .
siiu 1 inss Binding
Ladies Linen l isters
Misses' White Slippers
I . y 1
1 .'S Simols . , Hitllon
t Spools Hewing silk
Knitting Silk, s Spool fbl
sin ii ntcloth, 1 srns
1 6 V
Wrought Steel Ranges, Chilled Iron
AGATE WARE (White, Gray and Nickel-plated), PUMPS, WATER
AND SOIL PIPES, WATER CLOSETS AM) URINALS, RUB
BER HOSE AM) LAWN SPRINKLERS, BATH Tl'liS AND
STEEL SINKS, o. s. GUTTERS AND LEADERS, SHEET
ikon. COPPER, .INC AND LEAD, LEA 1 1 PIPE AND PIPE
Haid tin' w liali' in tin' Mariner,
Arc you in it?
"Well, that depends,
Whh tin' reply,
"I HII in tin- boat, Hill nOW in the ail. anil may sunn in' in
tin' sratert bat if you would like tn know who, imsiiii' yourself are in
tin' - on 1 niiisi refer yon tn
Tin, Copper and Sheet
. . . l-tUVsi BROTHBRI . .
They an' certainly in It, if an attractive stock ami reasonsble
noun I fm- anything. They have even got WHALES for sab '
sir. Wliyl.l.s thai sail al I in WStW Slid follow a IIISgUH n" Villi
a shoal nf herrings, nnly
I- K W
Hi Hi !K 1 EKNH
Isiigina rtiWktts ,
11 Sa m .
KIM. I KEG I
al 11. .1
POWER OF A TTORNE 1
V&SKNCK FROM Till'.
Islands .Mr Bilwln A. Jonea tviU
'l I. ir mi-11 nili'i' I nl
I. O. O. F.
back on the tlirone is one thing;
keeping lier there is quite another.''
And so it is! The tnomfent alter
tin- American troops succeeded, if
they did succeed, in restoring the
dependent nation, ami while the
present ( 'lovernineiit lias offered to
cede the soy ereinty of llayvaii to
the United States, being rebuffed,
il is entirely competent to assert its
automony and decline all interfer-
would see an oeerthrow of the
fjueen that would be Bnal and
complete. After that, royalty in
Hawaii would never again raise its
bead for lack of a head to raise.
An angry chorus of denials
meets the S'fAK S announcement
that a calabash lias bosn made to
the ordet of a native political
society, im lames 11. mount as a rjui., .i-,i.iiwii rvtmtni m,l
small return for services rendered, disgraceful monarchy there after
We were aware that the subaenbers the people have overturned it.
as ever a mote sliatnetul or
tn art ns a rl k upun him. i la'ii they
framed a constitution ami created a
parliament, Bui before long there was
a triangular iiui-1 between the Parlia
ment, theCabinel ami the Kin. There
yviis 11 'revolution' every week, ami a
crisis all the time. At length Thakatn
Iihii. yy Im was a bit nf an orator, seni for
a British naval officer ami saiil : 'For
(mhI'i, sake, take possession : l-'i.ji cannot
gov rn herself; tin- European, ylin
nave gol the money ami brains, oannol
be expeuleil tn kneel before us natives:
tin archipelago has become a piece nf
rlrlfi wood in the sen in In- picked up by
the first passer-by, and I want Bnglana
in get it." nn- upshot was that England
report for the benefit of the whole annexed Hit In 1874, With settled gov-
1 1'l'iniii'tii tilings iiu.riiy-i il, Tim islands
nation. will yet be a valuable wav station tat a
.. ,, , , -, ,,, li., ., steamship line between Vancouver and
For the first time, in the history NewZe8rand, Thev do 1 ge trade in
ol the I'utleil Slates we have a sugar and fruil yy ii n Au-naliii. ami
President in the White House who I cotton i. oomlng to the from again.
nTnui In .-I Hi.- in,, st iiiiiiiirtan EiHMWllu iiLnri-iiy in nil in.' new
BARMOMt I.0I10K Ni. :i. l.o o.K .MKK'rs
'in Rsmton) iIhII, War's Hloek, Kiug Street,
KVerj Monday.al l:SB i. m. VlsfUns bretbsni
Mlinlly iii, lied 1,1 hi u-iid.
. i..y HKNi'K, UKO, A
Nobis in A,
IKT-I y r.
Just Received by Last Steamer
1A1IH Ni GHA
I, V E N 1 N ( ! S H A n I
Button Eveninu Shad
ALSO A CHOICK UINK (il
monarchy, that moment dice m its domestic attain, lieioie
the Hawaiian problem is dealt with
finally let there lie an unbiased
Senatorial Commission sent to Ha
waii, which shall investigate and
tan 'Ii BUSINESS O.N KURT SI",
ii E. IK . If I i.MAN,
IM-tf 'ill' Port Street,
White and Colored Dimitys, Muslins.
Swisses and Percales.
These tire the CHOICEST LINE of DRESS MUSLIN wc oaTfi Ever Shown
WB HAVIt Al.su KRC8IV8D A NICK ASSOKTMBNT I 'I-'
White and Cream Point tie Irelande Laces
Suitable lor rim mini; Wash Dresses,
yvith everv one tbev meet in just the same manner iliat you
an- Toys I'iik t 11II.11UKN
'Then there are new PlfTTURE MOTJT.DINII8 just arrived frnni tin
Bast; a Rne aaaortrnent nf ,NM.s CARDS, LEATHER UOODS, PHOTO
I'WAMKS ami Al.iH'MS ami loll nf other thing! that nn,- muni nee
Large Fat Gobblers.
to the bowl were expected to keep
very 'till about it, and so was the
maker 1 but it happened that a
leading Honolulu physician saw
tin- tfift in the hitter's shop and
read the inscription 011 il. Our
readers yvill recall that when the
calabash wood yy .ts taken to a plan
ing mill to be turned on a lathe, the
STAN mentioned the fact and stated
that it yeas the purpose of the
1 1, IH 1 1 1 1 1 i'i 1-.111 1 iin-ii 11 1 1 v Hl.ai li iti nun nil-
Strategic point in the Pacific become ,tl. s . t I,-,, i,m.n. it. Pill, bill the
American territory and proposes to thing would not work. Mr, Cleveland
is trying oi- lame experiment in ' 1
Hawaiian Ulandu, and Ulnundtn rail
tis w did1
T II A N K S It 1 V 1 N G. EIMAS ANIJ
All Widths, from
to i inches.
" W, McCHESNEY 4 SONS
Honolulu Soap Works Company
U Kii.iri l-.' m -.ii urm
I. I l o
-. nil: lis.
New Furniture Store
bumiliatins spectacle presented
America ? New Brnaiu Record,
We have the humiliating and dis
graceful spectacle of an Ameriean
Secretary of State FOCOtUUieuding
t!:at the ('overnineiit of the United
States shall lend itself to the des
truction of a Government formed
by the beat elements in il.iyvaii and
the restoration of a monarchy yvith mat
a tyrannical and hall-eivilied
woman for Queen. This is the
WRIT UK EX-
nil nf tin- I liatrict
owner-, to send the bowl either to most disgracelul recommendation
Blount or NordholT. As it turns ever made by an Ameriean Sec re
.,.,. , tarv ot state. It is a cowardly
out Bioiiut t- the chosen man, and , - , , ,- ..,,.;,... ;,i...
abandonment ot American ideas
be will receive the polished B- and America" intareats and abase
Miller ets his pay in due betrayal ol Ameriean eitiens.
COttrae of time. We cannot but InJUiinifolis Jourmtl.
bold it fortunate that the calabash The date of Mr Creshain s "re
port Is October lo. it is moralij
is epaciouti enough to coutuin tin
soup into wrbicfa Blount and his re
port yy ill liavc been by the time ol
its receipt immersed
certain that Mr. Lieveisna nan
fully decided upon his Hawaiian
policy at that lime neatly lour
weeks ao. COttgTeaS yv.is in ses
sion on October ami for more
I'm imtiressiou of the New York than a fortniirht thereafter. The
Sun that Hon. K. W. Irwin is sery
iiik :.- Minister Resident at Tokio
by appointment of the ex Qneen
will In removed by the statement
tli.it In yy.i-. re . -. itutilissioued I0BK
tune ago by President Dole. U e
may add that it is an injustiee to
Mi Irwin tu iiii lude him in any
tray among the opponents ol the
ProvWonal cauae. The Irwin
UaUl - sin -''I .. iltopped
TllnSeiril.it ot the Annex. t
tlxn Club was nulled as to L'. R.
Bishop mid I'i Andrews The
former is not now eoiiueettd yntli
tin- plllille sin h e. .llld the lattil
ivnii Wong ibi first lo sign the
'ion ralkk The loyalty nl
btM "I" " '" 'i'" '
.Senate ol the tilted Stales, yy liKil
shares yvith the 1'iesideut the re-spon-il
til it - for the eondtiel of the
country's foreign atfairs lo which
he is required by Ihe Constitution
In submit every proposed treaty
negotiated under his direetion. and
without wboae advise and nonsr nl
he eould not so much as appoint a
new Consul al Honolulu, was sit
tilU at the other end of the avenue,
within a mile nl tin White House
rand to receive and oonekier any
executive uommunlcation Mr.
Cley eland iinht see tit to make to
n Why, in a matter ao itnpeatMti
did not Mr Cleyel.uid seek the ad
y ire "I llle Senati ' Why did he
keep tn hiiiis, Il his ileeision to oyer
throm tin run tsional Oovtrnwwt
nl I ldiv.iii - l'i'i ' 1 1 1 ei 1 by lllls
nimiiiry duriun im MontM and
more mid to n itorc lbs deposed
IJIielll--l.llltlok.ll.ini ol li 1 1 1 1 aK 1 II
l epllli '--.A . ( i ii,i$ !
Y VIRTUE id- A
L'oun im tin' ittli da) ol Novehiiwr, A.
li. 1908, airaiBRl K Hi"- "li"' Wing
lliii.'. defendant, in Favor of Mini Lung,
uhdulbY, tni- ih,- Mini of 148.90, 1 Imvel
levied anon and iball sspom for isli' al
tin- Potioe Station, in the DUtriut of
llooolulu, Island of Oahu, nt 18 o'clock
t MaTUBOAY, tin- IWTH ilav nl IJgCKM-
. A, II. s!i:l. in ih,- ,itt.i I, i.i, I, -i.
II tin- right, lilh' anil il-li'li'st nf Ih.-
san I Young Ibn alius Wing Ming, de- i
ti nil.-iiil. in ami m i In- following orop-
i'iiy . anless said judgniKnt, Intoreet.
i-n.sts Mod my itrpmnri in previouil)
I. ist nt property i"i' Mils :
Two Domestic BewiiiK Msotliis h.
Tyo lily I'ii't-i'K CI. i'i, (more III h-ssj.
Knur woolen I'mtth.
Niin i leaps Shirts.
Twant y ( raps Ties,
One I'llt-ayvay tloal Slid Imn Stanil.
Bight i Ihinewi Kliii is
Two lottoo lTnili'ihiriM.
Ton t'lieui -Brown and Whit,-.
Tn lllu' l' ! . , -
'ly n i iHeim,
(Im- .Mil mi-ami nn,- l.'-nnnl Tnhli'.
tin,- Iran ami nn,- (tanging Laoip.
i mm Htaadiiig Bhoweaaai
One Poll B tMf iiml nn,- shell, ami
Crockery Ware. sic.
Honolulu, I'll- I. I sat,
t O. Hl l Mi ni K
h ur !$ ii I.
I In- I i H I: lf( IMM nn il,,' l In, iiml
ft nl tin' MysiiM. Ti:ill'l.l 'rin-s,'
rmmui aee suttalde for Mionm ur Oganai,
J-'nl llltii nlal's. aiy In
W, V AI.I.KN,
l hall mull nt TraalssM,
Over it ink ni iiishni iv Oo.) Mi m
For ban Francisoo.
HENRY DAVIb &
sos Fort Stkkkt.
Df, Henry W, Howard
WEEN FORT AND NUU
AN I' STREETS
It now opened for buslnowi ihkI Iim in ttoek (in- (Ineol tiNanrtmeiil of
1 1 us removed lit
and reidtntM ti
. HAWAIIAN liQTEL,
II i l.ntn
i't ama si . 1
Hours I O to 12a m.
" 6:30 to 7:30 p. m-
'Jyy Mutual lelepliuni:
Antique Oak Bed Room Sets,
JJ. ;fi unci o:
( )ut' I 1 iiml tc
inns Ic ciisc
aImi 11 Pine AWMirtntenl nt
Reed and Rattan Furniture
i' I ill,
ih,- 1 Mui'i 1 h, r Hark,
11 r ici 1 111 1
will miU tni itn- si iiuri nn ur abiail
Mom. 11. iim nth law, l" laMaaMM,
Inlying HMlHoi .,. . .iin,h,li,,ns, i,,,l, I.,
C BRtWtH & 10. IM., Mi.
i.MJI IN tt f Nik
Tin Hjblintttrt of (In-Stah ill
issin an High! uge, fun.) aigli)
notumn Weklj rpef, nn ui
ttbtml Jiiiiii.m 1, I Nit I It will
oonteifl itt t't hwi Mid iii
1 ream of iln mimmBi nppWjT-
itt iii tlx- iti ntvotfdUig isstit K
ol 1 in- DmUj
HpM(nJ fwitUfatt ol inlMV!t hi
wimit'M tnd V'ttiitir fM4nn win
Iim pfOfMiiticNMltt ipnor .
ytfiit Si-ri;il Situ v by a lin
I lutfUlild Aim in an a nl hot
H ill luMjCill ttw Itirtl HttHMi,
ScjmI iii 1 1 1 Uf4ttf t-ailv.
I'rii v f t ittf aniiiiiii f 11. mil
wubwTiwf : for ill muntltHi
I n. 111 ..liln.fi iuUuOH Ml Hll
HAWAIIAN KIAK Nr.WblAI'tK
AtthOLlA I HJN Li Mil K lJ
HONUI.UUU. H. I
COMFMtTI IN Ml HK.VNCIIKS.
Mair, WihiI. Mom and Straw Maitraai
vs SiN-eial attoiilluu cWUed tu "in Im
i ami i lifiiM-st ever brouifhl
Ufs, al San I rum im'u
i, Uve Ueeaie Kflatuam ami Silk Kl.
t -ui. ni WIRE MATTRESHKft.
ii- oouiitry. Kine Uounge '"ii Hufi
nn. AMHOftiiieiU nl liitle
lit - ami llilt ( IbaifH.
ii nn iua Trimming
(OppMUi SbooUai I'iiHvrv HMI NtllHUMJ BtlVttt)
KIHHT I. Ass NKAlaM
IN I IKM 4 I.Ann n' .;
tiiaki-a S i-iaii v 'i la in Matting ttnd Lutorlor perorating,
KiitaitMff ami Matin -s- rapftlrad ! Kir.-t t'la iiktt
( ahlnai Making
'I i men u W eek
A TRIAL IS SOLICITED.
LOWEST PRICES PREVAIL.
ItKl.l. TKIJifUONR N"
ITK.I. STIll I 1
Ml II Al. TKI.KI'IIUNK Mi i si",
Meals by the Week -Single
Ham and Eggs '
Fish, Chops and Eggs -Tt-u,
Catss, i if k . iiiiti ssS Qasil
Hn yuli w aul 'tif mitauH I1
and lo yow Irawdi nbfoad
aj KlMffJ K'H ' r no, t,(lv
'ONE SUMMER IN HAWAII'
BY HKI.KN MATHKH
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
Pacific Brass Foundry
M i i am. 1 1 a I a aJIUWJ HHt, WU
HOWM, T'WAVS, niQIaf TILTM.
s i I . M i i li KS. ami all ulhi i lit I iiik"
fOf Hn- nil hanil
Honolulu Steam Rice Mill,
1 r,iiI.'l f,
ttmk adlM ii" i -rn .ui.' iim
J. A WUPHBM,
Yi-i i -in t HaanlMtM
Metropolitan Meat Co.
s i KIM. KTRBET,
Wholesale 4 Retail Butchers
(. i WAL.LBK MaiiaKor i
Thf AiwHlatnd Hfww ve iuUkt
nd the ( 'aliukai'h fur rerelviun
ninwwtfnt dirn! from Mm wires,
All 'lt-i-atrli mi tl.. A Mandated
I 'reM w tret ai t- now tMtulad un writthg
ni.if lillta, and tin-n is a eiif i al I I
lug uiautig iflfiajtit luauagern iliat
l la -1 la is nut far 1 i ta hi u la-n t vt i v
deacrtution uf telegram will la
uriuM l "it the maeliiiM, Tin- move
n a-nt in (his direction is vigoroua
ami peiaiatenti ami it will not Ua
Iiiik U'lure typewriting nsacbioaa
will Ih uanakterad aa asvon h part of
tin fitiii in of aver) ooinroeroiaJ
uAoa un thf tt li'rapli instrunif ittH.
With a view nl (aVopariy qualify
ing i ur telngraphie atudanta for tltiH
work, ara lautka go axtm ogafge to
llifin tnr Inatruotiull in t v m v i i l i 1 1 j
ami tli.- gaa id tin iiuif lam . in
jut a I-- nil jntpilm if oer Ttdeuwukit
t h jtm t mt ut gdtfoa tntijht iii ratWre
In tli ii, aaili at t ol lift himilaitg,
kiauwT inlf nlinii to kcfji Up with
aaa daaujMMii uf utoderu kgianjMMi
iii4i aoaVi Hatiltfn LViUrai Jvurumi,
Ttrtrare i- mrtMng SQMNVg
MmmM Ha-t vlIijuaI'II: it a I aa all
t lusi I'T rars: is i itia(ilf uf
tin-(.'tfaiist atawntaavl m uwil
I llf Will III U i'i'
T. W. HOBRON.
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