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THB HAWAIIAN STAR AUGUST 17, t89S
Flag HanflkerchiBis ai Lanterns. WITH AMERICAN ANT HAWAIIAN FLAGS. WITH AMERICAN AN1 HAWAIIAN FLAGS. A LARGE STOCK ON HAND TO SELECT FROM. TO BE SOLD AT LOW TRICES. W. 6. IRIIN & CO., (Llmltod.) Agents for Western Sugar Refining Co. of San' Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, Penn., U.S.A. Nowoll Universal Mill Co., (National Cane Shredder) New York. U.S.A. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertilizers Alex. Cro6s & Son's High Grade Fertilizers for Cnne and OofTee. Reeds Steam Pipe Cars. S. OZAKI Waverley Block, Hotel St. Japanese Provisions , AND DRY GOODS. HIROSE SHOTEN NO. 34 BERETANIA STREET. Telephone 502. P. 0. Box tit T. HASVIASAKI, DYEING, All Kinds of Clothes Cleaned and Repaired ! HOTEL ST., HONOLULU, H. I. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF Dress : illf ! Chinese and Japanese Teas, Matting. "Jfc Vases, Trunks, Chairs, Etc. WING WO TAI & C0MPAN1 214 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. Metropolitan Meat Co 81 KING STREET, Wholesale fi Retail Butchers AND Navy Contractors. G. J. WALLER. Manager, Honolulu Iron Works. Btbau Enqinks, Buoaii Mills, Boil rb, CooLEns, Iron, Drabs and Lead Castings. Machinery of every description madr order. Particular attention paid tt hip's Blacksmifchlng. Joti work ex touted at short notica. 1WAWIOTO, ' , 215a King Street, Honolulu. Practical Watchmaker, Etc. Complicated Watches, Clocks, Muslo Boxes, Etc. Also Offer for Sale Parnflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and Papers, Lucol and Linseed Oils Raw and Boiled, Indurine (a cold water paint) in Wiiito and Colors. Filter Press Cloths. Cement, Limes and Bricks, The best at the lowest price at HOPP'S. Just to Hand. A New Line of Very highly polished and new in design. You can't appreciate what a chance is offered unless you see the furniture Remember that our repair depart ment is run on the saving-to-you-plan, We give you the best service for the least price. Hopp&Co. Lending Furniture Dealers. KING AND BETHEL STREETS. Decorate Your homes, is what Is be ing suggested in view of the political changes now taking place in Hawaii. Tills is right, but we would suggest thnt fine WALL PAPER Does more to make a room attractive and homelike than any other expense of the same proportion. Call in and we will explain to you how little it costs for enough good wall paper to cover an ordinary sized room. Fine Wall Papers, LEWERS & COOKE. S. E, LUCAS, I TC OIUce-Lovc Dulldlmr. Fort Street, Honolulu. I Can Help Your Eyrs. H BREAD, Can't be better than this model ba kery sends out. We use only the best ingredients that are prepared and baked by bakers who arc masters in their specialty. We send EVERY THING fresh from our oven. Gei-maia Balcery. Telephone G77. 833 FORT ST. SPAIN AND T 1 ES SEVEN YHAUS A MISSIONARY AT Kl'SAIE. Rev. I. M. Ohannon Tells of the Con ditions 1'nder Which He has Labor ed for Civilization and Religion. "The Boston At Hawaii" Bicycle Repairing. TRY THE Honolulu Cyclery (231 KING STREET) For Permanent Repairing of Your Bicycle. You will not pay any more for a careful job, and will deal direct with the man who does the work. Parts of Bicycles that are difficult to get you can depend upon procur ing at a reasonable price. Any broken Cup, Cone, Pin, Axle, Crank, Rim, Spoke or Tube can be replaced at the old stand, 231 KING STREET. Where Bailey's Best Bicycle Oil is On Tap. -BY Lucien Young Is the title of the latest book oh Hawaii. Rev. 1. M. Clmiiiiou, a Congregation al minister and prominent member of tile American Hoard of Missions, is in Snn I-riineit-eo, on his way to the Col onies, where he lias been seven years in charge of the training school for missionary teachers at Kusaic. He goes to the islands on an English schooner. Mr. Channoii told an Interesting tale of his missionary work and the condi tions miller which he has labored for the sake of civilization and religion. "Missionary work has showed some good results in the Carolines," he said, "though it Is impeded by the presence of the Spanish. Thirty years ago the first missionaries went to that coun try, and there has been no cessation In the striving for the spiritual wel fare of the natives since that time. They are a docile people and friend ly to the American flag. The great est enemy to the advancement of our work has been the Spanish. In 1S!I() they lauded troops on l'oniipe, one of the larger Islands, and almost imme diately an insurrectionary war broke out in which the natives proved the better fighters. About seven killed sums up the loss of the native army, while at least 800 Spaniards gave up their lives. Since that time Spain has seen fit to consider the island under an armed peace. Though no war of any kind has been waged on the is lands from that day to this the Span ish soldiery lias remained, occupying just the territory on which they are encamped. ''The entire population of the is lands is about 100,000, and 1 think out of tins number we have 10,000 eon verts, 3,000 of whom are active mem bers of the church. The commercial md agricultural resources of the Is lands are far greater than the pres ent development would indicate. Su gar cane, coffee and copra could be raised in large quantities were an en ergetic people to engage in the devel opment of these natural products. Most of the business is trancted by Germans, who are well established on the several islands of the group. The Spanish goernment has not gained anything by the possession of the Carolines. The insurrection cost that country $3,000,000, and they have not receiecl tlr.it much in return since their holding. The islands are visit ed once every three months by a stea mer coming from the Philippines. As a rule there is one Spanish gunboat stationed there, but the last 1 know of to have patroled the bays and har bors of tlie Carolines was the lallao, the gunboat which was captured In Manila Hay. The Callao left shortly before the'outbreak of the war, and I am of the opinion that no other ves sel of any kind has arrived at any one of the Carolines since that time, and that the people living there have not yet received information that Spain and the United States are nt war. "The Spaniards have tried to freeze the missionaries out at the Carolines, but they never attempted personal violence. I th'iik that our work will be full of trouble as soon as the war is at an end. Though f have no fear that the Spaniards will practice any indignities upon us. vet thev might make it uncomfortable for foreigners by inciting the natives against us.'" NO FLAG AT 1111,0. For sale by I I LIMITED Honolulu Cyclery. GHOY TIM, Carpenter, Contractor, Painter and House Builder. FORT STREET CORNER. OFFICE: NO. 30 BERETANIA ST.. J.R.SHAW, D.VS. Office and Infirmary, 8G3 King Street, Telephone, 700. Modern and Humane Treatment. Wido awake merchants of Honolulu advertise their wares in The Star. The Villa NEW COTTAGES WITH THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. SPLENDIDLY LOCATED. ROOMS BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. PRICES REASONABLE. MRS. F. C. BETTERS, 731 FORT STREET. SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA One hour from San Francisco. Prepar ation for the Universities. Classes for little Boys. Comforts and influences of a Christian Home. Skilled Teach ers. Unequalled Table. Separate Bed rooms. Best equipped Gymnasium in the State. Campus and Tennis Courts, etc. Illustrated catalogues may be obtained from .T. B. ATHERTON, of the firm of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., to whom by kind permission reference may be made. Sang Chan, Merchant Tailor, Suits Made to Order in the Latest Style. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Clothing, etc., made to Order. Light Suts and Linen Suits made to order, NO. 04 nOTEL STREET. Opposite Horn's Bakery. P. O. Box 203. Telephone 043, J. S. WALKER General Agent for Hawaiian Islands: Royal Insurnace Company. Alliance Assurance Company. Alliance Marine and General Assur. anco Company. Wilhelma of Madgeburg Insurance Company. Scottish Union and National Insur ance Company. ROOM 12 SPRECKELS' BLOCK, HONOLULU, H. I. W. &. MIS & CO., M. Win. O. Irwin - President and Manager Claus Spreckels, - - - Vico President W. M. Giffard, Secretary and Treasurer II. M. Whitney, Jr. - - - - Auditor SUGAK FACTORS, Commission Agents, The Program Planned wus Not Ciirri ed uut. AOE.NTS or inE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF SAV FllANCISCO. CAL. TEE HOP SING Groceries. Island Butter, Pure Konn Colfee Cigars mul Tobacco. Fresh Fruit by Every Steamer. King Street near Alakea. BEAVER LUNCH ROOM. Fort Street. - Opposite Wilder &Co. H. J. NOLTE, Prop'r. Flrat-Clasa Lunches served with Tea, Coffee 8oda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Smokers Requisites a Specialty. The llilo Tribune of August lath says: The flag was not raised oer any of ihe pubue buildings in llilo yester day. It will be raised at such time as the regular raising of a ling may be suitable or necessary. Goernment ollieials were, many of them, engaged at some time or other, in taking the oath of allegiance to the government of the United States of America. American flairs on private flair staffs and business blocks were rather con snicuoiis by their absence. One would think they had become so worn and exhausted during their pervious sev eral days exposure at the time annex ation was announced, that they are not able to make their appearance in public again. llilo .Mercantile Compa ny was the only exception noticed. Native sentiment has not become so far reconciled toward the new order of things, as to have allowed the Ha waiians to take any part in the flag raising ceremonies, had there been any. The llawaiians have been more recently excited and encouraged by the reported protest being made against the constitutionality of Ha waiian annexation, anil the statement said to have been made by the ex (Jneen that annexation is only tempo rary. Very probably there is no basis for' either' of these reports, as there certainly is not for the hopes held out by them. So strong', however. Is the' native hostility to annexation, that probably for some time to come re ports of a kindred nature will be cir culated and corresponding excitement will be aroused. It will be a fruitful Held for the professional agitator. THE BEST REMEDY FOR FLUX. Mr. .Tohn Mathlas, a well known stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: "After buffering for over a week with flux, and my physician having failed to relieve me, I was advhed to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy, and have the pleas ure of stating that the half of one bottle cured me." ' For snle by Ben son, Smith & Co., wholesale agents for Hawnllan Islands. All druggists nnd dealers. H, . MciNTYRE BRO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed, EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern States and Kn rope. J-resh California 1'roduce uy every steamer. All orders launiuuj attended to and goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. General Atrents for tl vo SScn.ltcxli.ixx BiTiiacl of Ilociltla Food. Postofllce Box No. 145. Telephone No. 0? J. M. MoNS.vnitAT IlAitnv P. Wkiwii. Monsarrat 3c Weber ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. General Law Practice In tho Hawaiian and United Slates Courts. F.xpcrlcnccd Searchers of Records and Notaries Public. Commissioners of needs lor uic suites 01 .ew i on, aim utiuoriiiu in umcti. Jiepositions Taken, Loans Placed ami Negotiated. Coffee Lands for Sale or Lease at Papa 2, Oleonioana 1 , Kolo and Kaohea, in the celebrated Coffee District of Kona, Hawaii. These lands will be sold or leased either in large or small tracts to suit purchasers. For Saw;. House and Lot on Kamoiliili Road. Area of Lot 93-100 of an acre. Leased for $ 75 p. a. House and Lot on King Street Lot 80x278. Lands in Maui, Oahu and Molokai. For Lijask. House and lot on Wilder Ave. Pasturage at Kuliouou. Cartwright Block, opp. Post Office. Tele. G8. B Fort Street, near Hotel. Tel. 477. Livery Boarding and Sales Stables. Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts. Snfo Drivers. We are especially equipped to cater o your trade. Fair dealing and good erviee is what we depend upon to get t. Hack Stand: Bell Tower, Union street. Telephone No. 319, Hocks Nos. 2. 0i, 81, 125 and ISO. C. B. BELLINA. Manager. 4'27-4!2!) Sansomc Street, San Francisco, California. Manufacturers and Dealers in WRAPPING and PRINTING PAPER. PAPER BAGS, TWINE, ETC, LANDS For Sale, 1st. 18 Lots at Kalihi, opposite II. C. Meyers' premises. 2nd.-D. 4 Lots at Kalihi, next to lion. H. Kahatilelio's new castle. Depot of the Lebanon Straw Paper Mills. vVlLDER &C0. (Bttabliiheri In i8tt. Estate S. G, WILDER - W C, WHGER. Wu-uktxas ad Duals us in Lumber and Coal Building' Material SUCH AS DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, Builders' Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass WALL PAPER, ETC. 'or, Fort and Queen Streets, HONOTJITJT. H. T 3rd. I Lots at Kalihi, next to Mrs. Cockett's premises. 4th. 12 Lots at Kalihi, facing Kame hamcha IV Road, and in front of O. Markham's residence. 5th. One Lot 90x200 feet mauka of the Catholic Church premises a Kalihi. Gth. 10 Lots at Kapalama, lying mauka of King street, about 300 feet from the Kapalama Tramways depot. 7th. 5 Lots and Houses at Knpalnmo, situated mauka of King street, and , on the Waikiki side of the Morris Estate's premises. 8th. A Lot ,of about half an aero mauka side of King street, about 400 feet .from the corner of Liliha and King streets. The premises produces an income of $028 per an num; will sell for $3,500. 9th. 25 Lots 50x100 feet in Fuunui Tract. 25 Lots 75x150 in I'uunui Tract. 25 Lots 100x200 in I'uunui Tract. 10th. (i Lots 100x200 on Nuuanu street, right opposite the old ico works. About 300 Lots 50x100 at Nuuanu nt rear and mauka of the above six Lots. , 11th. About 70 Lots in the Kekio Tract, situated opposite the Mnk.ee Island band stand. It is admitted that it is one of the best tracts near the Waikiki sea beach. 12th. About 300 Lots in the Kapahulu Tract. 13th. 301 Acres in South Kona, Ha waii, about 100 acres of which are good Coffee Land; 25 acres are planted with CclTce from 3 years up to 7 years; there are two dwellings on the premises; the new Oovern ment road runs along the place. A very good Investment for a farmer. 14th. About 1,000 acres in Kealnko- 1110, I'una, Hawaii; the lands ex tends from the beach to about two miles from the Volcano. 15th. CITY PROPERTIES, etc. SEATTLE BEER. This ever popular Balnier beer is becoming n household work and "will you have a glass of Seattle?" is more often henrd than anything else. The Criterion saloon has this beer on tap and in bottles. H. MAY & CO. Wholesale and Retail 1)8 Fort Street. Both Telephones 23. P. O. Box .17 C. HOCK CHAW, Watcliiiiaier, Silver and Goldsmith- Eye, Classes to Suit all Sights. WATCH REPAIRING. NO. 104 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. Merchant Tailor. Suits to order. Fit guaranteed. Fine Duck Suit $5 up; Fine Tweed Pants, N.50 up; Fine Suits, $18 up. Clothe Cleaned and Repaired. 119 KING ST. P. O. Box. 144 Telephone No. 790. Prices nre the cheapest in the market. For further particulars apply to W. C. ffll k REAL ESTATE BROKERS, W. C. Achi, our manager, has had over 10 years experience in the Ileal Estate business in this city. Honolulu, July 19th, 1898. Choice Eggs FOR HATCHING, From tho following PURE-BRED Fowls of tho choicest strains, at my 1'unnhou Poultry Yards, viz: BufI Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, White Leghorns, Black Miuorcas, Andalusl an, Barred Plymouth Bocks, Wyan dottes and English S. G. Dorkings, Perkin Ducks and Bronze Turkeys. Prices furnished upon implication. Favors from the other Islands will re ceive prompt and careful attention. A few choice Fowls for sale. WALTER C. WEEDON, New Progress Block, Honolulu.