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HAWAII progress- HOLOMUA.
Yol.1. No, 2. HONOLULU, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 19, 1S93. Per Month 50 Cts. , I? HawaMolomua IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TOE Hqlomua Publishing Co. At King St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. SUBSCSLPTION, per Mcnth, 50 Cts. The p.per is delivered by Carriers in the 'i t'tbe News Dealers and at the Office of publication. ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ, - Manager EDKOND NORRIE. - Edittr "All "Business Comnzsri cations shodI bo Addressed to Abrahan Fernandez, tfiono aula, HSI. Correspondence and Cetsmunicatiots for publication should bo addressed to tbcEditor Hawaii Holomna. No notice will ibc paid to .my anonymous oatannixications. A. P. PETERSON ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaabniuana Street, 'Honolnln Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CRE1GHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ofllco: 113 Kanhnnieun Stveet, Houolultt Hawaiian. Islands. OLXRECE IV. ASHFORD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. 'Office: 01(1 Capitol Building, (Houolnlu Hnlo), adjoining Post Offioe, Honolulu. A. ROSA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, .No'.-lo Kaahumanu St. , Honolulu , Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMAX, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 3Lt Merchant Street, Honolulu, .Mutual Telephone 41o. . J. M. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW;s 305 Merchant St., Office Mutual) Tel. ISO, Residence 67. S. K. KA-NE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offiee: . Corner King and Bethel streets, up-stairs. CHAS. MOLTENO, EtjT TONSORIAL ARTIST, "3 No. oil King Street, Honolulu, H. I. Give me a trial. NATIONAL IRON WORKS, QoEKX STJiBKT, Between Alakou & Richard Sts.: THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to make rll lands of Iron Brass, Bronze, Zinc, Tin and Lead Castings. Also a General Repair Shop for Steam Engines, lUre Mills, Cora Mills, Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc Machines for the Cleaning of Co&e, Csstor Oik, Bmbs, Ramie, SisaL Fwflte Leaves & oihee Fibrous Pkats, Aad Paper Stock. Alee MacMaes fat Extracting Starck fnara ike Manioc, ArjstrRs&t, etc 3T All Orsjs prafisptly attd4 te. . WHITE, RITMAN t CO. gu.siucss (Carte BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRiCHT Busisess of a Fiduciary Nirtnre Transacted. Pronpt attention given to the management of Estates, Guardians, Trusts. OjOces, : CarlwrigHt Bu.ildir.$, Merchant Street, Honolulu. F. H. RED WARD, CONTRACTOR asd BUILDER, No. 506 King.Street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islnads. MACFARLANE & CD. Dealers in Wines and Spirits $ i Kaahnmcsu Street, Honolnln. j Bell Telephose 3S1. E. O. Box 32 W. W. BRIGHT & SON, Carriage -and Wagon Builders IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 79 and SO Kang-Street, Hcaolnla, H.3. H. E. MdNTYRE.Vfc BRO., Grocert, Feed Store & Bakery., Corter df King and Fort Sts., Honolulu. J, PHILLIPS, practical plumber, gas.fitteb copper-smith, S3T House and Ship Job "Work Pxomptly Executed. No. 71 King Street, Honolulu. G-DNSALtTES & CD,, Importers & Dealers in Groceries, Wines, Spirits, &c. Queen St. , Honolulu. iCmpire Saloon, JAMES OLDS, Pkoi-eietoii. fine Wineft Liquor, Beei, ALWAYS ON HAND. Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Streets EEWIS J. LEVEY, Real Estate and Genei-al Auctioneer. Corner Fort aud Qnecn Streets, Honolulu Personal attention given to Sales of Furniture, Real Estate, Stock and General Merchandise. Mutual Telephone 23S. Chas. T. Gulick notary public For the Island of Oaliu. Agent- lo Take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts. Agent to Grant Marriage Licen ses, Honolulu, Oahu. Agent for the- Haw'n ,Islands of Pitt & Scott's Freight and Parcels Express. Agent for the Burlington Route. Real Mb Brrter aM Geieral Apit. Bell Tel. ZH5; Mut Tel. 139; P. Q. Boxilo. OFFICE: No. 38 MERCHANT Street, Hoaolulu, H. X. H. F. BERTELMANN. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, So King St., Bell Telephone 107. HARRISON BROS., E-)ONTRACTOR3 AND BUILDERS, 203 Fort St., Honolulu. TH0MAS LINDSAY. Manufacturing -Jeivektr and -Watchmaker, "Mclrierny Block, 4(5"F6rt St Honolulu. MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE, !S. I. SHAWn Pewpeietor, CHOICE LIQUORS and JUNE SEER, Corcer of King and Nuuanu Sts., Mutual TeL423. Honolulu, UW.IiCFiSLiJEiCO., Importers & Com mission ' MERCHANTS, Honolulu, - Hawaiian Islands AGENTS FOR Mirrlees, Watson cl Co., Scotland Street Iron Works, Leeds. John Fowler ct Co., (Leeds). Limited Skam Plow acd Locomotive Works, L-eds. .," Wing JVlowChan, IJCRDRTERS AND Commission Merchants DEALERS LV China and Japan Tea, Provisions, Manila Cigars, GROCERIES, SILKS, MATTING, Camphor Wood Trunks, Rattan Chairs, etc., etc. 304 King St., Honolulu, P. O. Box No. 180, Mutual Tel. No. 78. H, MAY & CD,, Tea Dealers, Coffee Roasters Provision Merchants 9S Fort Street, - Honolulu Families, Plantations and Ships supplied with choicest European & American Groceries California Produce by Every S.teamer. Bell Telephone 331. Post Office Box 32. W.W.WRIGHT&SON v. In All Its Branches. Horseshoeing A SPECIALTY. 79 and 80 King St Honolulu. O III Bite ntfrnl ilrfrtiscmcnts Turn. P. SEVEnrx. A. W. Bolstxe. ALOHA GALLERY, 513 Fort Street. Hoxoutlc. (Up-stairs.) Portraits & Landscapes Finest Collection of Hawaiian Views. P. O. Box 4DS. "FAT BOY." BAY HORSES SALOON I P. McLNERNY, Proprietor, Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer. Corner Bethel axd Hotkl Sts. Elias KauluIaauWright DENTIST,- Comer or King and Bethel Sts., Upstairs, Entrance on King Street. Ofexce Hours-From 9 a.m. to 12 in., 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays excepted. CHAS. GTRDLER, Importer and Commission jSIerchant. AGENT FOR J..& P. Coats' .Machine Thread Jonas Brocks' Machine Thiead Barbour's Linen Thread Pears Soap P. O. Box 35S. Mutual Telephone 704 ESTABLISHED A. D. 1S63. Pioneer Steam Candy Factory ! BAKERY amd lee Cream Parlors F. HORN, Proprietor. PRACTICAL Confectioner I Orniiiiieiiter 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 an' other establishment in Ho nolulu. FaniiliJaliagFencil Bfaad, Guava Jell-, Preserved Tamarinds and Tamarind Svrup. ALL CONFECTIONERY Manufactured at my Estab lishment are Guaranteed tn be Positively Pure and sold at prices no other establishment can compete with. FACTORY & STORE, No. 71 Hotel Street, Between Nunanu and Fort Streets BOTH TELEPHONES No. 71. SPBECKELS SPEAKS OUT. His Opinion of the Hawaiian Government and its organs. Claus Sreckeis was seen by a Call reporter last night regard ing his disposition of property in Hawaii and the situation of affairs generally in that country. Mr. Spreckels was not averse to ex pressing himself. In fact, when it came to discussing the member of the Provisional Government and the alleged inspired utter ances of the Star and Advertiser he grew embarrassingly eloquent, if we may use the expression. In lurid terms Mr. Spreckels por trayed their crimes, committed and contemplated, aud pictured a . condition of affairs under the present Government that was anything but complimentary to those in cower. Mr. Spreckels' attention was called to an article in a recent issue of the Hawaiian Star, in which an alleged prominent em ployee of his was quoted as ex pressing himself as follows: A prominent employeo of Claus Spreckels, who recently came here from the coast was in a Fort-Street store the other day and sjaid that "the old man" Had transferred all his propertj on these Islands to his sons and daughter, so as to put it beyond the reach of any possible con fiscation.. . " Colonel Spreckels is not going to Washington," said this em ploye, "but he iutends to remain at San Francisco and let the Ha waiian politics alone. Ho is con vinced that he made a great mis- take and took a decided risk when he came hero to oppose an nexation and badger the Govern ment. He sees clearly enough that the .Provisional authorities are giving Hawaii the best system of rule it ever had, and ho begins to feel that annexation will win. In the meantime he knows that it will not pay him to kick against pricks" "Doesn't the transfer mean that Mr. Spreckels is going to re turn and make another campaign, secure in the belief that he can not then bo deprived of his island holding us a punishment?" "Not at all! I happen to know that he intends to leave Hawaiian public affairs alone, and devote his business genius to things which, will be more profitable to him." " Do the transfers include everything the Sugar King bus here'" " Even-thing! Real estate, stocks, credits and the like. The family residence and other real estate go to his daughter Emma and his sons get the stock." As to the transfer of some pro perty to his children, Mr. Sproc kets said that the report was cor rect, but the statement that ho had disposed of all of his inter ests in Hawaii, in that or any otner manner, he absolutely and emphatically denied. "I have given away a few mil lions." he said, "but I have done that before, and I still have mil- Mionsleft" J ( Continued on fourth page.)