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Hawaii holomua = Progress. (Honolulu) 1893-1895, September 18, 1893, Image 1

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Vol. I. No. 1.
HONOLULU, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1S93.
Per Month 50 Cts.
HAWAII
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IS PUBLISHED
EVERY AFTERNOON
EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE
Solomua Publishing Co,
At Kinp St (Thomas block),
Hunolnln, H I.
SUBSCRIPTION, per Month, 50 Gts.
The iwjkt is delivered by Carriers in the
town Miivl suburb. Single Copies ir ale
at th ews Dealers uuil at the Ofilce of
publication.
ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ, - Manager
Edmund Norrie, - - Editor
ISTOTICE.
All Business ConiniuL'icntions should be
n(lihe.s?il tu Abraham Fernandez, Hono
lulu, H. I.
Uurrtsmuleiice and Communications for
pubhttttiim should beuddrrssed to the Editor
. H.iWuii ll.ilduiuii. No notice will bo paid
to any mouvnions communications.
gjuisincas (Sards
A. P. PETERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Otllitr: 113 Kuabriiuann Street, Honolulu
liuwaiiuu Island."
; CHARLES CRElGrlTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offiav: 113 Kauhuumim Street, Honolulu
LI .iv.niiiii islands
UuAltE.OE -W. ASHFORD,
A'rriiRSEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW.
OS.: Old Capittil DuiVUng, (Honolulu
ilalu), aiijuiuiiig Pi-st Office,
Honolulu.
A.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No lo Kitnliuiuiinu St. .Honolulu,
Hawaiiau Ishmds.
PAUL NEUMAN,
ATTORN. Y AT LAN.
5J14 Merchant btreot. Honolulu.
Mutual Telephono 415.
J. M. DAV1DSUN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
,30d Mox-chanf St., OiKce (Mutual)
Tel. 180, liesuluuco G7.
dr. Mclennan,
131 Fort Street.
Office Hunrs: A.M. to 12 M.; 3 1 5 P.M.
Omor TcL Uj2-iICTnAU-R&udeuce Tel. 2S7.
OHAS. MOLTENO.
cT TONSORIAL AUTIST, ""C2
.No. 511 lung Street, Honolulu,
H. 1. Give ute a trial.
NATIONAL IRON WORKS,
Queen Street,
Between Alakea fc Richard" Sts.
THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to
Make -lI kiad uf
Iros Braes, Btuaxe, Ziac,
Tia &ad Lead Casti&gs. Ako a
Getwral Repair Shop for SitaBi Eugises,
See Mills CeraMJk,
Water wWs, Wiad Milk, etc
Hae&Brg for ti Cle&akg of Gofiee.
Ctator OiK Seaas, lUwie, SkaL
PiaMpte Leaves & etfer Fibfwi vPIitrts,
Aad Paper Stock.
Aha HeHe$ far Eitractisg Starck Iroa
Um Msk, AnviK Root, ete.
L3f AM Others prospUv attended to.
-WHITE, RITMAN 5l'CO.
BRUCE & A. J. GARTWRiGHT
Business of n Fiduciary Nature Transacted.
Prompt attention given to the management
of Estates, Gunrdbus, Trusts.
Ojjizes, : Cnrtwright Building,
-31 ere ban t Street, Honolulu.
F. H. BED WARD,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
No. 506 King Street, Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands.
MACFARLANE & CO.
Dealers Wines and Spirits
Kaahumauu Street, Honolulu.
BeU Telephone 3S1.
P. O. Box 32
TV. W. TNHIGHT & SON,
Carriagz and Wagon Builders
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
79 and SO King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
H. E. McINTYRE fc BRO.,
Grocery, Feed Store & Bakery.
Corner o
King nnd Fort Sts., Honolulu.
J. PHILLIPS,
PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS-FITTER
COPPERSMITH,
23 House and Ship Jub "Work
Promptly Executed.
No. 71 Xing, StreettJiQuol.uln.
Kmpire Saloon,
JAMES OLDS, Pkupkietor.
Fine tfineft Liquor, Bee?,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Corner Nuumin and Hotel Streets
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Real Estate and General
Auctioneer.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
Personal attention g vn to Sales
of Fnm ture, R .1 Estate,
Stock and Gener.il
Merchandise.
Mutual Telephone 23S.
G.W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Importers & Commission
MERCHANTS,
Honolulu, - Hawai an Islands
AGENTS FOR
Mirrlees, Watson cl J2o.,
Scotland Street lrn Works, Leeds.
John Fowler dV Co., L-eds).
Limited Su-mu flow and Lvcomotive
Works, Leeds.
Wing Mow Chan,
IMPORTERS AND
Commission Merchants
DEALERS IN
China and Japan Tea;
Privisiwis, Manila Cigars,
GROCERIES, SILKS,
MATTING,
Camphor Wood Trunks, Battan
Chairs,Netc, etc.
30O.iHg,St. Honolulu. P. O.
Bjx No: 1U0,iMUhI Tel. No. 7S.
H. F. BERTLEMANN. v
CONTRACTOR . AND BUNDER,
86 King St. Bell Telephone 107.
HARRISON BROS;,
1ST CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
208 Fort St.. Honolrilu.
THOU AS LINDSAY".
fimnttn4iiftitn .Ttit'ppi niitl
Wulclimakcr,
McTnerny Block, -Iffo Fort St., 'Honolulu.
MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE ,
S. I. SHAW, Propmetob,
CHOICE UO UORS
and FINE BEER,
Corner of King and Nunanu Sts..
Mutual Tel. 423. Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN .
CHINESE NEWS CO., Llmited,
Publishers nnd Proprietors of the
HA rAlIA2T; CHINESE STEWS
(A Newspaper Pnblished in the
Chinese Language)
Lithngrnph Work of all Descriptions Ex
ecuted with Neatness and I Jispttch. t Rea
sonable Rates. No. S3 King Sti. Honolulu.
Mntu-lTel, C03. P. t). Box 417.
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CHOCK L'lOK, .
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No 321 Nunanu Street,
; ALL-SUITS UIIAR&STEED
TO FIT, and MADE in
the BEST STYLE.
CLOTdES CLEANED
and REPAIRED.
LEWIS & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
AND
PROVISION DEALERS.
FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE
By Every s-an Francisco fcteamer.
Salt Salmon l Barrels
a Specialty.
import St., Honolulu. Tel. 240,
.P. O. Box 297.
H, MHY & CD;,
Tea Dealers, Coffee Roasters
0 Provision Merchants
93 Fort Street, - Honolulu
Families, Plantations and Ships
supplied with choicest
European & American Groceries
California Produce by Every
Steaicer. BeRlClephonc 33 L Post Offi w Box 32.
W.W.WRIGHT A SON
Carriage &f ap Bite
Is All Its Branches.
Horseshoeing
A SPECIALTY.
79 asa 80 King St,Hooll.
(general drcrtiisrmcntjS
Theo. PASevix.i.n-. A. AY. Eolstee.
ALOHA GALLERY,
313 Fort Street Honoixlc.
(Upstairs.
Portraits & Landscapes
Finest Collection of Hawaiiau Views.
P. O. Box 4j.
"FAT BOY."
BAY HORSE ?3 SALOON I
P. ilcINERNY, I uopRLETon,
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Cokker Bethel and Hotel Sts.
Elias Kaululaau Wright
DENTIST,-
Coiner of King and Bethil Sts., Upstairs,
Entrance on King Street.
Office Hours From 9 a.m. to
12 in.. 1 to 4 p.m. 23" Sundays
exce ted.
CHAS. GTRDLER, ,
Importer an'd Commission
Merchant.
AGENT FOR
J. & P. Coats Machine Thread
Jonas Brocks' Machine Tureud
Barbour's Linen Tliread
Pears' Soap
P. O. Box 3SS.
Mutual Telephone 704
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1S63.
Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory!
BAKERYamd
Ice Cream Parlors
F. HORN, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL
Confectioner & Omenter
In all branches of the business on
these islands.
AMERICAN. FRENCH, ENG
LISH and GERMAN
PASTRIES MADE TO ORDER.
Wedding and Birth-day
Made of the very best material,
unsurpassed in richness of quali
ty and ornamented in unapproach
able style, at lower prices than
any other establish in ent in Ho
nolulu. FamiliJ ahani FanciJ Bfead,
Guava Jelly,
Preserved Tamarinds
and .
Tamarind Syrup.
ALL CONFECTIONERY
Manufactured at my Estab
lishment are Guaranteed t" be Positively
Pure and sold at prices no
other establishment can
compete with.
FACTORY k STORE,
No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Nunanu and Fort Streets
BOTH TJELSPaONES So. 74.
LATEST FORSIG-K NE'S.
Mrs. Grover Clevahmd gave
birth to a g:rl fc 2 o'clock p. m.
on Sept. 9th. This is the first
child born m the White Hose,
and an avalanche of congratula
tions are streaming in on the
protid father. It is rumored that
there is considerable d scusston
as to the nmno by which (he new
arrival will be known, the- Pres
ident it is said preferring either
Frances or Rose.
The U. S. Crnijor Detroit has
been ordered to Bmztl to protect
American iiit;ruts in case of
serious trouble during the rum
ored revolution.
Springfield (Mass.), Soptem
berll. A. A. Ziiumermnn broke
the world's bicycle record frr one
mile in an unofneial trial at
Hamden Park this afternoon, the
time being 2:01 3 0. This beats
Windle's world's record by one
second. The start .was a flying
one.
Paris, September 8. James
Gordon Bennett is seriously ill,
but is apparently on the "road to
recovery.
The Honso of Lords has reject
ed the Home Rule Bill by a vote
..f 248 t- 42. The Marquis of
Suisbury made a masterly speech .
and was received with great en
thusiasm. Outside the Parlia
ment Houses a large crowd of
people had g.thenJd which re
ceived the result of the division
with tremendous cheering.
The Snpreine Court h-s just
decided the Sh rlridge cntemufc
case in f vr f the editor.
Some months ago when tho
divorce s it of Price vs. Price
was called in the San Joso
Superior Court J dgo "W. J.
Loregan decided "that all per
sons be oxcl-.ded from t':e co rt
room except the officers f the
court, the p rties and their
counsel." It was furt'ierordered
"that no public report of tho
testimony be made."
On the following day Charles
M. Shortridge published in tho
San Jose Mtrcury, of which ho
vas editor, an article cont lining
testimony.
Prince Bismarck is suffering
from sciat ca in both hips parti
cularly in the 1 ft one extending
downwards to the leg.
The French general elections
are completed, and the political
complexion of the Parliament is
unchanged. The government
continues to be at the mercy of
any possible combination of tho
radicals and tho extreme right,
and cannot command a solid
majority. A number of the best
known rnd leading politicians
have been defeat -d. such as Pnl
de Cassagnac. C einenceau, Flo
qnet, de Mun and others.
Jerome Buonaparte, the oldest
grand-son of King Jerome of
Wurtemberg died on the 4ihi
inst. at Beverly, Mass., at tho ago.
of sixty-1 lire- years.
President Cleveland retnraed
to Washington on the 30th of
Aagust, afkr having submitted
i CoRtinaf d on page 4.)
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