THE HAWAIIAN STAT,"' OCTOBER' ia, 1S98;
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
Between Fort and Alakea.
DR. 0. B. HIGH,
(Philadelphia Dental College.)
DR. A. C, WALL, DR. 0. E. WALL.
D 13 1ST 1 I S IV v5.
OFFICE HOUKS 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
LOVE BUILDING, FORT STREET.
C. L. GARVIN, M. D.
Office No. 537 King Street, near
Hours 8:30 to 11 a. m.; 3 to 5 p. m.;
7 to 8 p. m.
Telephone No. 448.
Ld V out
ram up capital....
DR. GEO. J. AUGUR
Homeopathic Practitioner ant Surgeon,
Special Attention Given to Chronic
Office and residnce: Beretania St.,
nearly opposite the Methodist church.
Offico hours: 10 to 12 a. m.j 3 to 4
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. ni. Sundays, 9:30 to
10:30 a. m Telephone 733.
DR. J. TJCHIDA,
Beretania Street, opposite Queen
Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.; 7 to 8 p.
in. Sunday, 8 to 12 a. m.
Tel. Office, 47C. Residence, 532.
T. B, CLAPH1M
VETERINARY SURGEON and DENTIST.
OFFICE: HOTEL STABLES.
Calls, day or night, promptly
Specialties: Obstetrics and Lameness.
WM. A, LOYE
Stocks, Bonds and other Securities.
Honolulu, H. I.
flORRIS K. KEOHOKALOLE &
f' LOUIS K. MCQREW.
OFFICE: No. 15 Kaahumanu street,
Honolulu; formerly A. Rosa's office.
United States Custom House Brok-
ers, Accountants, Searchers of Ti
tles, and General Business Agents.
JOHN D. WILLARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Paul Neumann's office, 211
chant street, Honolulu.
L. C. ABLES,
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT
315 FORT STREET,
GEORGE D. GEAR
KING AND BETHEL
- - - - H. I.
Mill HNS 16. CO. LID-
CARRIAGE AND WAGON BUILDERS
121 Queen Street.
RUBBER TIRES AND ROLLER
. BEARING AXELS.
WILSON & WHITEHOUSE,
Sole Licensees Hawaiian Islands.
121 Queen Street.
M. S. GrRINBATJM & CO.
HONOLULU, H. I
Commission Merchants and Importers
01 uenerai juercnanaise.
San Francisco Office. 215 Front St.
Eonitaole Life. Assurance Society
of tub United States,
General lanager for Hawaiian Islands.
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK
LI Mil ED.
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AOENCIE8:
Kobe London, I.yous, New York
San Francisco, Shanghai.
Bombay, Hons Kong.
Transact a General Banklna and Exclinnce
Agency Yokohama Specie Bank
New Reptile Building., Honoinln H I.
BISHOP & Co.,
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's Letters
of Credit issued, available in
all the principal cities
of the world.
INTEREST allowed after July 1st,
1898, on fixed deposits: Three months,
3 per cent; six months, &ya per cent;
twelve months, 4 per cent.
C, BREWER & CO., LTD
Qoeen St., Honoinln, H. I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.. Onomea
Sugar Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Wai-
iuku tsugar (Jo., wameo Sugar Co.
Makeo Sugar Co., Haleakala Ranch
Co., Kapapala Ranch.
Planters' Line San Francisco Packets.
Chas. Brewer. & Co. 'e Lino of Boston
Agents Boston Board of Underwriters
Agents Philadelphia Board of Under
I PIPE IS SATISFIED
RELIGIOUS QUESTION IX THE
List of Officers :
P. O. Jones President
Quo. H. Robertson Manager
E. F. Bishop Treas. and Secy.
Con. V. F. Amur Auditor
C. M. Cook j
H. IVateiuiouse.. Directors
Geo. R. Carteb.,,. I
Wm. G. Irwin
Clans Spreckcls & Go.
HONOLULU - - . - H. I.
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Bank
of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of Lon
NEW YORK American Exchange Na-
CHICAGO Merchants National Bank.
PARIS Comptoir National d'Escomp-
te de Paris.
BERLIN Dresden Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The
nongkong and Shanghai Banking
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AND, VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers Credits Issued. Bills cf Ex
change Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
Curdinal Vauglian Gives an Authorita
tive Statement ns to the Church's
Views on American Sovereignty.
LONDON, October 3. Cardinal
Vauglian, head of the Catholic church
in England, a close friend and advis
er of the Pope and undoubtedly the
greatest diplomat in the church, has
been carefully studying the religious
question of the Philippines, a subject
of momentous importance to the
church, and one which the Pope has
viewed with great concern. He lias
consulted with Cardinal Vauglian con
cerning it, as well as with Cardinal
Gibbons and Mgr. Satolli.
From interviews had with his emi
nence and others in authority at West
minster Palace, it can be definitely
stated that the church nnd the Pope
are glad that the United States is now
in control of the Philippines and Cu
ba, even if it menus a decrease in tem
poral power. The l'ope sees pence,
prosperity and civilization ahead in
these, troubled islands, all of which
means greater glory 'and success to
Cardinal Vauglian gave an interview
today in the throne room of Westmin
ster Palace, attended by Father John
son, his ecclesiastical secretary.
With the cognizance of the cardinal
one of ills subordinates prepared the
following 6llicial statement, showing
the position of the Unman Catholic
church towards American sovereignty
in the Philippines and West Indies:
"Tn all religious houses in Europe
anxiety was great until it was deci
sively known not that the Insurgents
had won their battle with Spain, nor
that the United States had won. but
rather it was a (ilestion of military
possession of the islands by American
troops. Then, nnd not tiil then, did
the servants of the church feel that
they were safe from absolute person
"While Spain is absolutely Roman
Catholic, there is a feeling among the
Roman Catholic contingency in the is
lands that with the Insurgents there
is much of the spirit that might makes
right, and, in consequence, there is a
feeling of security in the protection
of the American gnus, to whioh they
have long been strangers."
L. n O fti
m M-y ft
use of us taking hold
nf till IMliltlinillf lulnlwlu fmvlinw?"
asked Senator Sorglium. "It'll mere
ly add a lot of voting territory to
what we've already got."
"Don't you want to see the influ
ence of this government extended'."'
"No, sir. Bringing in that far away
section simply looks to me like going
to a lot of trouble to effect a gigan
tic gerrymander, without benefit, as
far as 1 can see, to any political or
ganization in particular.
AN ARTIST'S MODEL.
Fran Krugermann, the oldest nrtist
model in Berlin, died recently, 92
years old. Sue came irom n village
on the Elbe, near Magdeburg, and
did not enter on her professional ca
reer until late in life, after losing her
husband, who fought at Leipzig. Those
who knew her can recognize her form
antl features in many of the works of
Michael, Thumnnn, Gussow, Hilde-
brand. Ivnau and other eminent pain
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
AMERICAN & EUROPEAN DRY GOODS,
Corner Fort and Queen Hts.. Honolulu.
M. W. McChisniy & Sons.
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers In
Leather nnd Shoo Findings.
Agents Honolulu Soap Wo-ks Com
pany and Honolulu Tannery. .
Finds expression on the table,
in cut glass, fine china, artls-
tis designs wrought In gold
and silver, but refined taste
demands in addition a great
variety of foods delicately
We have foods from most
everywhere; from wherever
there is good food,
Our experience of a quarter
of a century teaches us whence
best foods come and how to
get them, and nt what season
of the year.
Manufacturers and produc
ers in all lands know us as
buyers of novelties and con
stantly send samples of new
production of diamonds in
Africa in 1897 has been report
The Mineral Industry as fol-
Cape Colony, 3,L'29,:iG3 karets;
U4,02J,040. Orange Free State,
230,000 karets;; value -100,000. Total
number of karets, 3,470,-lOS; valued at
4,424,000. The output from Cape
Colony is from D11 Beers and Kimber
ley mines, both belonging to the Bu
Beers company. The totnl value of
$21,330,3.18 represents practically the
production of the world in 1897 (if dia
monds used as gems, the quantity
found outside of Africa being very
small. The only production of Brazil
at present is in the form of black dia
monds used for drills and other indus
The Guavay like the Mango,
a fruit whioh furnishes food
for many a people throughout
all tropical countries, possesses
medicinal virtues which are
certainly beneficial. A fain
ous English writer, in treating j
on the subject, stated that the
Almighty might have made a!
better fruit, but if so it had
not been discovered.
Within our shores we grow
a bountiful supply of these
fruits, and as their value is
well known the introduction of
the name is sufficient to insure
the endorsement of most all
who have indulged in eating
If you have a house for rent tell it
In The Star.
Bailey's Bike Bits
Rubber is very scarce nnd steadily
advancing in price. Bicycle tires and
tubes, also Carriage tires, are likely
to advance in prlc; 50 cents a PAIR
advance already on some tires. NO
A 1) VANCE WITH US.
The 30 Inch wheel will not take the
place of the 28 inch in '99 as advertised
by some manufacturers. A canvas of
various makers has resulted in an es
timated output of from 3 to 10 per
cent in 30 inch. "The Uycle Age" says
it is a passing fad, like the 30 inch
front wheel of a few years ago, and
the very low head of this year.- Pro
portionate strength has to be follow
ed out to insure reliability, which
gains nnd keeps the popular favor.
Bicycles will be decorated, and ap
pearance in '99 studied even by those
makers who have held back from us
ing transfers, stripping, etc. The de
mand is for decoration, and Bikes will
be ornamented to suit the taste of the
BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY,
23 King street, has good second hand
'wheels nt $13, with new tires $20 to
$23. NEW Bicycles $30, U7 model. The
Reliable Stormcr Wheels, '98 model,
at $40, guaranteed one year, M. & W.
Repairs of all kinds. Baked enam
el and decorations to suit.
One dollar per month keeps your
hike cleaned, oiled and punctures re
paired; n popular feature, at
1531 King Street.
We have prepared a Cor
dial from the fruit of the
Guava which cannot be sur
passed for correcting bowel
troubles. A sure panacea for
dysentery and summer com
plaint. Safe to administer to
children. The taste is quite
Most bowel correctants pro
duce unsatisfactory results on
account of their constipating
tendency. Guava Uordinl will
Jrut up in 25-ouitr. bottles.
Ask your druggist for It, and
take no substitute.
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Above Lois will be sold Oil VBSY FJSY TERMS
W. C. ACHI & CO.
to . .
Five Carloads of the Justly Famous
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All beers browed by the Anliouser-llusch Brewing Associatioa
are absolutely of the highest degree of excellence attainable.
" DRINK BUDWEISER."
Guaranteed io be Absolutely Without Adulteration.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
Object of the Palaina Co-Opemtlve
Grocery Company is to enable the
public to get their groceries at some-
like reasonable prices.
A trial order will convince you of
the truth of what our customers say
about saving money since tlie n-
menced to deal with us.
PALM CMP, GROCEfi ufl,
Opposite Railway Depot, King Street.
Tel. 755. P. O. Box 009.
BRAN, OATS, BARLEY AND HAY.
Davey's Paris Enamels are the best
and latest thing In Photogrnphy.
Platinotypo Portraits are equal to the
best engraving and are warrantee
uopytng, enlarging, vaier
Colors, Crayons, etc., at the
Photographic Co., Ltd., Mott- N k
Bmith block, cor. Fort and notel n
Streets. Also the largest and most
artistic collection 1 Island Views.
There's a heap of Comfort
In one of our New Cane ltockors.
THISR.E IS STYLE AND DURABILITY, TOO,
hard combination to beat.
New designs in Mattings,
Fine Silk Goods, in piece,
All just received ex S. S. Coptic.
FINE LINE OF PORCELAIN AND THIN CHINA DINNER SETS.
WING WO CHAN CO.,
NUUANU STREET, Below Kino, Street, Honolulu?
Just Received a large variety of ,
For actios -olxxcL Gentlemen
Full line of Jewelry, Yamatoya Shirts, Pajamas, Neckties, Etc. Fancy
and Domestic Dry Gocds.
Wholesale and Retail Japanese Goods and Provision Merchant.
MANY FINE BARGAINS
CAN BE SECURED IN
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
I have an Expert Cutter aud can guarantee a Perfect Fit.
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