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6C OTlxe Life of tie ZLna. Is :H3sta,"blIsLecL ion. :KIgln.teo-uisrLessJ Vol. I. STo. 12. HONOLULU. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1893. Per Month 50 Cts, HawaMolomua IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE Holomua Publishing Qgt At King St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. SUBSCRIPTION, psr Konth, 50 Cts. The paper is delivered bv Carriers in the town and suburbs. Single Copies tor Sale at the News Dealers aud nt the Office of r publication. Abraham Fernandez. - Manaaer Edmund Morrie, - Editor jSTOTICE. All Business Communications should be ! addressed to Abraham Fernandez, Hono lulu, H. I. Correspondence and Communications for publication should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holomua. No notice will be paid ' to any anonymous communications. gusiinc (Sarfljs A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fOffice: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIGHTON, ATTOENEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian-Islands. CLARENCE W. 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"IF AT BOY." BAY HORSE 532 SALOON ! . P, McttEINY, PnopraETOR, Fine, Liquors, Wines and Beer. GbnsER Bethel asd Hotel Sts. lias Kaululaau Wright DENTIST, Corner of King anil Bethel Sts., Upstairs, Entrance on King Street. Office Hours From 9 a.m. to 12 m 1 to i p.m. ST Sundays excepted. . ESTABLISHED A. D. 1863. Pioneer Steam Candy Factory! IBAKERYamd Ice Cream Parlors ; P. HOEJJ, Propbietor, '4 PRACTICAL Confectioner S Ornameiiter Iu aT branches of the business on these isknds. AMERICAN, FBENCH, ENG LISH and GERMAN PASTRIES HADE TO OBDER. 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 establishment in Ho nolulu. utaniljf ahanj FanciJ Bfead, Guava Jelly, Preserved Tamarinds and Tamarind Syrup. ILL CONFECTIONERY Manufactured at my Estab lishment are Guaranteed to be Positively Pure and sold at prices no other establishment can. compete Tfith.w FACTORY & STORE, No. 71 Hotel Street, Between Xnnanu and Fort Streets Late Eoreign News THE GREAT QUESTON WHICH IS PER . PLEXINC CONTINENTAL POWERS. London, Sept. 17. A rather dark and dubious picture is pre sented in the record of human events in Europe this week. Tho brightest spot in it is, to speak paradoxically, one of the moat sin ister and ominous; France has throwu horself with tho abandon characteristic of her people into preparations for the coming inter national fete. She will welcome the visiting Bussian naval squad ron next month with extravagant hospitality, inspired not by love of her visitors but by hate of her noaror neighbors. No attompt is made to conceal the fact that tho . matchless festival which is pre paring is designed above all to bo a threat of defiance. This significance of the coming event is accepted in Berlin, Vienna, Bome and in London. It would. be'foolish to iguoro it and it is freely discussed in all its bearings in the European capitals. The great question which still suggests itself is whether Great Britain Avill throw the weight of her influence, if not of her open co-operation, into tho side of- the if balance which makes for peace. , This moans, of course, on the side of tho triple alliance. Fox, no matter how loud the protesta tions of pacific intentions that are made on behalf of the Busso French combination, it will con tinue to bo regarded as a menace and not a safeguard. A suggestive illustration of the delicacy of the European situation . is afforded by the proposal to amend the Geneva convention,. which apparently emanates frorirS the Bed Cross Society. The inter national -position of the society, it is urged, Tequires'eraphasizingf owing to tho radical change in -the conditions of warfare that : have occurred since it was estab lished. Among tho suggestions made is one to the effect that tho society, being cosmopolitan and concerned onty for the welfare of the wonuded, and generally for the relief of tho suffering, "should have an extra belligerent author ity and be free to pass from army' to army in tho midst even of tho most crucial campaign." But this idea is laughed to scorn by those who have watched tho steady growth of the feeling of dread and tho hatred of espion- , age in the chief military covm tries of Europo, and it is pretty certain that tho next big war will bo fought without any alteration in the status of the men wearing the. red cross. . . , The "Admiral "Nachimoff." Although we are not very near ?, neighbors, or perhaps, for thai-.',--very reason, B nasi a is sedulously , Cultivating our friendship. Her. recent part in the Naval Beview !. was not a mean one, yet she now T adds to her representatives here Continued on fourth page.) Ik 4 v5 J JBxNo. 180, Mutual Tel.Kols7S. T9 and 80 King St Honolulu. and HEP AIRED. J ' 4 BOTHTELXPHONEisyo.74. .Si