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HAWAII iPRQGREssj HOLOMUA.
r- X-le Z-iife of tjbe XaLd. is Estatollel-iecL in. Sig'ltsoTJJ.srLess.' Vol. I. No. 5. HONOLULU, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1893. Per ATosth 50 Cts. 1 &1 4 HawaiiHolomua IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SGXDAY BY THE Eolomua Publishing Do. At King St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H I. SU3SCEIPTI0N, par Month, 50 Cts. The paper is delivered by Carriers in tbe town and suburbs. Single Copies for s'ale at the News Dealers and at the Office of publication. Abraham Fernandez, - Manager Edmund Norrie, - - Editor . NOTICE. All Business Cominuricatious should be addressed to Abraham Fernandez, Hono lulu. TL I. Correspondence and Communications for publication should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holomua. Jo notice will be paid to any anonymous communications. IJuisracjSiS (Curtis A. P. PETERSON, . ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahniuann Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. GHARLES CREIGHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: ll.niaahnmann Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Island. CLARENCE TV. ASHFORD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. "Offioet'Old' Capitol Building, (Honolulu Hale), adjoining Post Office, Honolulu. A. ROSA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No; 15 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. -314 Morchant Street, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. J. M. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 306 Merchant St., Office (Mutual) Tol. 180, Residence 67. S. K. KA-.NE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Olljco: Comer King and Bethel streets, np-stilrs. ; JOHN LOTA IvAtJLUKOU, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ollico, corner King !fc Bethel Sts. NATIONAL IRON WORKS, Querx Street, Between Alnkea fc Richard Sts. THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to I make all kinds of Iron Brass, Branse, Ziuc, ' Tin ami lead Castings. Also a General Repair Skop for Steam Engines, Rice Mill, Com Mills, Water Yhds, Wind Mills, etc. Machines for the Cleaning of Coffee, Castor Ods, Beans, Itamie, Sisal, riucapple Leaves & other Fibrous Plants, AstlPaper Stock. Also Machines for Extracting Starch from ;ict iiamcc, Anwnyoi, etc J35" AH Orders prompUy attended to. , WHITE, RITMAN.& CO. gusiiicss Cards BRUOE & A. J. GARTVRiGHT Business of a Fidnciary Nature Transacted. Prompt attention given to the management of Estates, Guardianships, Trusts, etc., etc, eta. Office?, : Carlusrigld Building,- Merchant Street, Honolulu. P. H. RED WARD, CONTRACTOR axd BUILDER K No. 506 Xing Street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. MACFARLANE & CO. Dealers in Wines and Spirits Kaahumana Street, Honolulu. Bell Telephone 331. P. O. Box 32 W. TV. WRIGHT & SON, Garriags and Wagon Builders IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 79 and SO King Street, Honolulu, H. I. H. E. MoTNTYRE & BRO. , Grocery, Feed Store it Bakery, Corner of King and Fort Sts., Honolulu. J. PHILLIPS, PRACTICAL -PLUMBER, GAS-FITIER COPPER-SMITH, "ISC' House and Ship Job Work Promptly Executed. No. 71 King Street, Honolulu. &03STSJ1LES & CD,, Importers it Dealers in Groceries, Wines, Spirits, &c. Queen St , Honolulu. "IGmpire Saloon, JAMES OLDS, Proprietor. Fine tfinBg, :Liqnof& BeeF, ALWAYS ON HAND. Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Streets LEWIS J. LEVEY, Real Estate jmd General Auctioneer. Corner Fort and Queen Streets;" Honolulu Personal attention "iven to Sales of Furnitnre, Real Estate. Stock and General Merchandise. Mutual Tclephono 23S. Bell Telephone ."SI. Post Office Box 32. W.W.WRIGHT&SON Ganiic f f aiii Bite In All Its BiuxcnEs. Horseshoeing a spjsoiAinr. . L 79 and 80: King St.Hpndlnlu; W H. F. BERTELMANN, - CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, S6 King St, Bell TeleUive 1Q7. HARRISON Bads. , - J2r-cbXTKACrORS AND BUILDERS, 203 Fori; St., Honolulu. THO AJ AS" LINDSAY. Manufacturing Jetvd&r. and WidcInrfoMr, McTnemy Block, 405 Fort St:t Houolnltu MERCHANT'S "EXCHANGE, S. I. SHAW,. EKornitTon, CHOICE LIQUORS and FINE BEER, Corner of King and Nuuanu Sts. , Mutual Tel. 423. Honolulu, C.W.MACFARLANE&GO., Importers & Commission MERCHANTS, Honolulu, Hawaran Islands ' " " " "" "' 1 " "" ' jC I . Club tables Co., S. F. GRAIIA3I, Manner.- JLivery, IJ'eecl ancl Sale Stables, Fort Street, "between Hotel and Berotania. Both Telephones No. 477 Connected With Tkt 0tanrJ, Corner King fe Bethel Sts. Both Telephones No. 113. H. MKT & CD., Tea Dealers, CofTee Roasters 0i Provision Merchants 9S Fort Street, Honolulu Families, Plantations and Ships supplied, with choicest European & American Groceries California Produce by Every Steamer. Chas. T. Gulick V NOTARY PUBLIC' For the Island of Oahu. Agent to Take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts. . . . Agentto Grant M-irriage Licen-. se's, Pfonoluln. Oahu. Agent for the HhvJJ Islands of Prrr & Scoit's Freight anclpParcelsJE-rpress. Agent for the Burlington Route. Real Me Broker sBiGissralipL- Bell Tel. SIS: Mut Tel. 139; P. 0. B6x41d. OFFICE: No. 33 MERCHANT; Street, Honolulu, H. I. , . (Seneral dvcrtiscuicnte LOSE, , jSTotary IPublic. CUor and General Business Agent. " Mntual Telephone S- P. O. Box 33$. Merchant street, Honolulu. Tueo. P. SEvrnix. A. W. Boustek. ALOHft :-: GALLERY, 513 Fort Street. Hoxolplc. (Up-stairs.J Portraits & Landscapes Fin at CoUestion of Hawaiiai Views. P. O.Box 43S. "FAT BOY." BAY HORSED SALOON I P. McESEUNY, PKorRiEiop.; Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer. Corker Bethel ad Hotkl Sts. Elias Kan iu laau Wright DENTIST, Comer of King and Bethel Sts., UiHtaiiv. Entrance on King Street. Office Hours-From 9 a.m. to . 12 m., 1 to 4 p.m. S"2" Sunda-s excepted. - - ESTABLISHED .D. 1SG3. Pioneer Steam Candy Factory ! BAKEEYamd Ice Cream Parlors F. HORN, Proprietor. PRACTICAL Confcctioiicr k (kilter In all branches of the buEiaess 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 fy and ornamented in unapproach able style, at lower prices than any other establishment in Ho noluln. Family Gjzfahani Fancy Br-ead, Guava Jelly, Preserved Tamarinds and Tamarind Syrap. HLL LrUiSfLOI iUtlLnl - MKBiifaeiurx-d at mv Esbb- , ' hshmeni nre Guaranteed t 06 POSITIVELY Pui-e and sold at prices no other establishment can compete with. FACTORY & STORE, No. 71 Hotel Street, Between Nuuanu and Eort Streels BpTKTFLEPEOXESXo.74. - MR. THOMAS BURKE. HeWrites Another Interesting Letter from Honolulu. OPPOSED TO ANNEXATION What the Natives Think or ItWill Yiait the Queen. To the Editor of The Obser?of. Hunoluht. Hawaiian Islands, Jnlylo. Tno ex queen, Lihuo kaiani, is still in Honolulu. 1 have not had the pleasure ql meeting or seeing her, but I havo met many of her very close social and political friends, ex-membeta of her cabinet, and Prince David and Prince Cupid. The Queen has, no doubt, being greatly wronged by a few grasping, sol fish intruders who, not satisfied" with having made plenty of " money here through the liberali ty oi her, whom they betrayed and dethroned, and her predeces sors, reached out for tho earth, and are now in possession of about 8,000 iciles of it, viz: tho Hawaiian Islands, by virtu o of what is called tho "Provisional Government." To this "Provisional Govern ment,' however, tho people object. Tho independent natives are bit ter in their opposition to it, and only such of tho natives as by business relations are coercejir , ccuxed-to- refrain from publicly - denouncing it, excepting perhaps a few soreiieads, who are not in touch with tho royalists when in power, aro opposed to the preseni. system. - Tho Annexation club claims to have 5,400 names on it list? Its object is to advance the cause in any practical way, just like any political club. I was having some work done by a professional man in Hono lulu, about four weeks ago, who is a member of the club, and while I was in his office another man came in, in a great hurry, and requested a moment of tho . professional man's time, which -S. he got. His business was to ob- 'a tain the signatures of all mem bers of the Annexation club who were willing to take arms in an emergency, or when called upon by tho 'provisional government." The professional man promtly re fused to sign it, saying, "That is going too fur." I havo learned trom many reliable sources sincd that 103 persons nre all that would sign it m Honolulu, a city that is to the Hawaiian Islands what Denver is to Colorado. 3 xo a cusinierusieu person tno real true patriotic spirit does not appear in the Annexation club nor in the provisional govern ment. Perhaps it is beciloso there aro no genuine Hnwaiiaus in the latter and very few in tho former, although President Dole is a native, but a white man, tho son of an American missionary. There have been 12G naturalized ' Hawaiian citizens created here 1 in the bust eight years, so with a population of 85,000, including 145,000 natives, 20,000 Japaneso, , guetse, Greeks, Spaniards. Bn- 1 Siish' Irish' ?cuch, Germans, etc., tlfere can be but few Amen- j Cflng' : Tl nrnminnnl pays 40 a month to its soldiers. 1 They are imported here from oan x'rincisco. xoey Know now to carry a gun but not bow to uso one, Judging fiom their actions at drill as well as in active ser- ' vice. IQr mst&nce, about iiiteen days ago the sheriff reported to -.Continuel on fourJh page. 'ft U "3i Am - $MM4 r - ,1 r '5- - - A