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HAWAII ogress HOLOMUA.
is Tie Life ox tixe X3jtl Is Esta,"blis2Lea. in SIgil.teoULsrLess-, (Mis Yol. X No. 8. HONOLULU, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1893. Per Month 50 Cts. 'SI w 1 ,'-Y Hi v ; si t HawaMolomua IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SOXDA.Y BY THE lolonma Publishing Co. At King St (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. 1. SUBSCRIPTION, par Month, 50 Cts. The paper is delmral by OurierH in the town and suburb. Siugle Copies fr -'ule st the News Dealers, 9nd at the Office of publication. ( Abraham Fernandez? - Manager .Edmund Norrie, - - Editor iSTO'PXGtE. All Businewi Commnwcntiona should be addressed to Abrahum Fcrunudez, Hono lnlu, H. I. Correspondence and Communications for publication should te addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holoniua. No notice will be paid to any unonrnions communications. gjusincss (Sards . A. T. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kunhuiuann Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIGHTON, . ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahunwun Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CLARENCE TV. ASHFORD,v ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office: Old Capitol Building, (Honolulu Hale), adjoiniug Pust 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. X M. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 306 Merchant St., Office (Mutual) - Tel. ISO, Residence 67., S. K. KA-NE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. t Office: Comer King and Bethel streets, np-stuirs. : 1 JOHN LOTA KAULDKOU, ATTORNEY at law, Offico, corner King it Bethel Sis, ' Wing Mow Chan, IMPORTERS AND Commission Merchants DEALERS IN China and Japan Tea, Provisions, Manila Cigars, GROCERIES, SILKS, MATTING, - , Camphor TVood - Trunks-, Rattan Chairs, etc. f etc. a. 304 King St, Honolulu, P. O. Box No. 180, Mutual Tel. No. 78. !u$incjS$ (fords BHUGE & A. J. GARTWRIDHT Business of a Fiduciary Nutnre Transacted. Prompt attentiou gjTen to the management vt Estates, Guardianships Trusts, etc., etc., etc. Offices, : Carlvoright Building, Merchant Street, Ilonolnlu. F. H. R EDWARD, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, No.- 506 KrngStreet, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islmuls. MACFARLANE & CO. Dealers in Wines and Spirits ' Kaahumauu Street, Honolulu. BeH-Telsphoue 331. P. O. Box 32 TV. TV. TVRIGHT & SON, Garriagz and Wagon Builders " IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 79 and 60 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., Grocery, Feed Store fc Bakery, 'Corner of King and Fort Sts., Honolulu. J. PHILLIPS, PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS-FITTER COPPER-SMITH, 23T Hnnse and Ship Job ,TVork rrompuy EiXecuieu. No. 71 King Street. Honolulu. GDNSALTJES & CD,, Importers & Dealers in Groceries, Wines, Spirits, &c. Queen St, Honolulu. Kmpire Saloon, JAMES OLDS, Proprietor. Fine tfineft Liqab, Bbbi1, ALWAYS ON HAND. Comer Nuuann and Hotel Streets .LEWIS J. LEVEY, Real Estate and General Auctioneer. Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu Personal attention given to Sales of 'Furniture, Rial Estate, Stock" and General . Merchandise. Mutual Telephone 23S. Bell Telephone 3S1. Post Office Box 32. WtW.WRIGKUSON Carriase Waffon Builders u u In All Its Branches. Horseshoeing - r A SPECIALTY. Tlna 80' King St, Honolulu. !usinc$$ ird$ H. F. BEBTELMANN. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, 86 King St, Bell Telephone 107. HARRISON BROS. , J CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, 208 Fort St., Honolulu. THOMAS LINDSAY. Manufacturing' Juvxter and Watchmaker, Mclnemy Block, 405 Fort St., Honolulu. MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE, S.I. SHAW, Proprietor, CHOICE LIQUORS and, FINE BEER, Corner of King and Nunanu Sts. , Mutual Tel. 423. Honolulu, G.W. MACFARLANE & CO., Importers & Commission MERCHANTS, Honolulu, - Hawaiian Islands eiub tables Co., S. F. GRAHAM, Manager. Xiivery, .Feeid and . r feale. Stables, Fort- Street be tvreen Hotel and Berotania. Both Telephones, No. 477 (JOnnecfced With HacI Stand, Corner King it Bethel Sts. Both Telephones No. 113. H, MAY & CD,, Tea Dealers, Coffee Roasters 0 Provision Merchants 98 Fort Street, - Honolulu Families, Plantations and Ships supplied with choicest European & American Groceries California Produce'by Every Steamer. Chas. T. Gulick NOTARY PUBLIC For the Island of Oahu. Agent to 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. M Estate Mer art 6isM kml Bell Tel. 348rMut Tel. 139; P. O. Box 415. OFFICE: No. 38 MERCHANT "Street, Honolulu, H. I. fncrat dwrtiisc mentis M. LOSE. ISTotary 3?ublic. Collector a7id General Business Agent. Mutual Telephone 8. P. O. Box 33S. Merchant street, Honolulu. Thko. P. Severin. A. W. Bolster. ALOHA GALLERY ,"13 FpUT Street HoxoLUtc. Up-stair-.) ' Pprtraits & Larrdscapes Finest Collection of Hawaiian Views. P. O. Box 49S. "FAT BOY." BAY HORSE 2 SALOON I P. McINERNY, Proprietor, Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer. Corker Bethel and Hotel Sts. Elias Kaululaau Wright DENTIST,- Corner of King and Bethel Sts., Upstairs, Entrance on King Street. Office Hours From 9 a.m. to 12 m., 1 to 4 p.m. S3T Sundays excepted. ESTABLISHED A. D. 1863. Pioneer Steam Candy Factory ! BAKEEYamd Ice Cream Parlors F. HORN, Proprietor. PRACTICAL Confectioner & Ornamenter 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 ornamentedin unapproach able style, at lower prices than any other establishment in Ho nolulu. FamiliJ Effttani RracJ Bread, Guava Jelly, Preserved Tamarinds and Tamarind Syrup. 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, 2fo. 71 Hotel Street, . Between Nunanu andFort Streets BOTH TELEPHONES No. 74. j Tna Bight cf the Gcvemmeat of th united States or Asir:ca to- Prcceea with the Settierrent cf Ha vraihn Affairs.. The Advertiser and the Stir, the government and the nnneXAj' tion clnb organs, are very- much exercised over a telegraphic des patch from the N. Y. Herald's Washington correspondent an nouncing that an election would probablv be ordered in these is lands to determine the form of govermnentthe Hawaiians prefer aud which appears in a "special' despatch frmYashington to the S. F. Chronicle." (any matter of news of such importance reported. -in the Chronicle must be "tho whole truth," or it would not bo " published.) In fact that des- patch has put both of theso papers iato "a fit" which proves conclusively that thero must bo more "truth" than poetry ia what the Herald's correspondent says. Theso admirable sheets have informed us that tho Gov ernment of the United States of America cannot hold an election here to determine a permanent form of government; that that Government cannot take auy stops for or make auy negotiations for a future government here without the consent and endorsement of the "Provisional" government, the government a t present in ox istence. placed there b Mr. J. L-. Stevens when representing tho United States of America. It is a matter of no concern to thLr community whether the present government has or hus not re ceived any diplomatic or any other dispatches confirming tho telegram referred to. Thero in no doubt that the information contained iu tho Chronicle's des patch is correct. These sheets are bold with their threatoning assertions. They should not bo too hasty, perhaps the day will come when all that they havo said will have to bo taken back. A Provisional Government, is a temporary government or a gover ment for the occasion temporarily established, such i.-i tho status of the present govern ment as st ted in suction U of its . own proclamation of tho 17th of- " January last, wherein it says, it , is "to exist until terms of union with the United States of Amer ica have been negotiated and., agreed upon." The present govemmentasauaiedfeS' control under protest from Her Majesty Queen Liliuoktlani. Thai protest was acknowledged and received for and on behalf of the Provisional Government by Sanford B. Dole, Chairman of Executive Council of the Provisi onal Government. In her pn test the Queen states that, "I yield to the superior force of the United States of America whose Minister Pleni potentiary, His Excellency John L. Stevens, has caused United 1 States troops to be landed at Hono lulu and declared that he would supcort, the said Provisional Government". In the uext section of her, protest she says, "1 . do I ( Continued on fourth page.) Hi-