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j PROGRESS1; HOLOMUA.
6 A.
Efc-e Life of t3aie ILajZLd. aEstaaDlisQ3.ea. In. KIffli.teoiajsaa.ess."
Vol. I. No. 15.
HONOLULU. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1893.
ft.,
Per Month 50 Cts.
HAWAII
'M& :
1
11
HawamH'olomua
IS published
EVERY AFTERNOON-
EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE
At King St (Thoas block),
Honolulu, H. I. !
SUB9CBIPTI0X, prKM&rSOCts.
The paper k.driraft&by Caoiers ia the
town aad bar&i. SfealrCMtesteSato
at tke New DeJrs hw at the Ofica of
ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ, - Man9r.
EDHUND NORRIE, - - ftfrfor
NOTICE.
All Basiaess Cesaaktfea AmU fee
tddtessed to Abrk Imaumitt; Bess
Jala, H. I.
(feneepoaietiM asi .Oomaaaalotfloaa for
gaaKcatioB aaould bo addregced to tfca Xdkor
Hawaii Holoaiaa... aotkse trill hi ptSA
to any aaoajseB cosmaaieatiofia. - -
LI
A P. PETERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CHS co: 113 KnAburaana Street, Hoaolala
Hawaiiari Islands. . . .
CHARLES-GREIGHTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: 113 Kaabamana Street, Hoaolala.
(- Hs'vaiiaa I&lasik H
CLARENCE W. ASHFORD,
ATTORNEY, AND COUNSELLOR AT'
LAW.
Office: Old Capitol Building. (Hoaolala
Hale, aujoiniag Post Office,
Hoaolala. A ROSA,
ATTORNEr AT LAW,
No. 15 Kaahunianu St. , Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands.
. PAUL NEUMAN,
ATTORNKY AT LAW.
.314 Merchant Street, Honolulu,'
VMutual Telephone 115.
" J. M. DAVIDSON,
j, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ;
306 Merchant St. , Office (Mutual)
TeblS0, Residonco 67.
i S. K. KA-NE,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
"Office: Corner King and Bethel
streets, Kp-siairs.
JOHN LOTA KAUIiTJKOU,
-ATTORNEY AT IAW,.
Office, corner Ivtug & Bethel Sts.
. Wing Mow Chan,
, . DtPOKTJERS AM) -
--Commission Merchants
DEALERS IN
Ctata imI JjMtn Ttt,
PrtvisitM Manila Cigars,
GROCERIES, SILKS,
HATTING,
CapiKK- Wood Traaks, Rafctest
Chairs, e4o., eic.
104KiigStHoolitf P. 0.
Box No. ISO, Mtal Ttl . No. 7a
fSttiir5$ (Saris
BRUCE ft A. J. CART WRIGHT
B assess of a ridaciaiT Xtre TrHBafaL
Proaspt atteatkra grrea to't&e taaaagtawst
- of Estates, GnwJUashipa, Trust,
etc, etc., etc.
Office, : Cartwright BuUdiiuj,
' Merckant Street, Heaoteta.
F."H. RED WARD,
CONTRACTOBT'asd builder,
t
No. 506 King Street, Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands.
if
' ' " " "'f
MACPARLANE & CO.
Dealers: -to Wines and Spirits
Kaahaiaaaa Stmt, Booolaln.
BI1 TalephoBe'381. , . P.O. Box 32
: F.. W? '"BRIGHT & SON, '
(farnags 'dnd'Wagon Builders
m ALL ITS BRANCHES.
70 aad S) .King Strfit, Honolulu, H. I.
H; E. M0LNTKRE-& BRO.,
Grocery, !Eeed rSTORE. & Barery.
. . , Cornor.of j A .
King and Fort Stsi.-iffSni.;.
"J-PHIISlil:!-
'RAcrrICAt3BEVA,FITTElt
. j " COPrERMLTB, '
3X2 House and Ship Job. Work
PrdraptTv Executed.
NoJ 71 King Street. Honolulu.
&DNSSLES & CD.,
Importers & Dealers in
Groceries, Wines, Spirits, &c.
Qneen St. , Honolulu.
JBmpire Saloon,
JAMES OLDS, Pboprictor. :
Fine Itfine, Liqnqift Bbbi1,
ALWAYS ON'' HAND.
. Corner Nuuann and Hotel Streets
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Eeal Estate and "General
Auctioneer.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Hoaolala
Personal attention g'ven to Sales
of Fnrntnro, Rf:il Estate,
Stock and General
MercHandise. '
ilKtail Tclepkos 23S.'
Bell Tclepboac SSI. Post Offiee Box 32.
W.W.WRIGHT 5 SON
Gamage- & Wagon Bite
In All Its Branches.
Horseshoeing
ASPC1ALTI.
79 awl 80 Kiag St. , Hwiolslsu
4to$m$$ Cards
HI-. BERTELMANN,
CONTBAUTOIi AND BUILDER,
SS Ernest, Bell Telephone 107.
iialSpNtBBOS.
tr?r CONJTrOKS' and" builders,
909 rtSL, Honolulu.
THlAS LINDSAY,
Manufacturing Jevcde? and
' " Watchmakers
Mclnwnj B&rck,' 405 Fort' St., Honolala.
MERCHANT'S -EXCHANGE,
S. L.SHAW, PmrsxiwiK,
CHOICSklQU&RS
Corner of Kingand NtfwalWe. ,
Mutnal'Tel. 423. HoBofalu,
G.VrlttHFlBIiHE t CO.,
Importers Commission
MERCHANTS,
Honolulu - Hawaiian Islands
Club .tables Co.,
S. F.;CRAHAM; Manager.
Civer iPeci and
Sale Stables,
tForkStrfc. between Hotel' '
- v and Beretinia.
Both Telephones No. 477
dOnneciBd Wifch Hac ptand,
Corner King tt Bethel Sts.
Both' Telephones No. 113.
"H. MKT & CD,,
Tea Dealers, Coffee Roasters
Provision Merchants
98 Port Street, - Honolulu
Pamil ies, ; Plantations arid Ships
" supplied with choicest
European & American Groceries
California Produce by Every
Steamer.
Chasv T. (Mck
NOTARY PUBLIC
For the-Island of Oahu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
to. Labor Contracts.
Agent to Grant 3arriage Licen
ses, Honolulu, Oahu.
Agent for the Haw' n Islands of
Prrr & Scott's Freight
and Parcels Express.
Agent for the Burlington Bonte.
Heal EsUlg art SoKral kml
Ball Tel. 348; Mut Tel.
139rP. O. Box 415.
OFFICE: No. 33 MERCHANT
Street, Honolalu, H. I.
. CHOCK LOOK,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Ne. 321 NsaaH Street,
. ALL SUITS G UAJlAHsTEED
TO FlT:id MAIE
the. BEST STYLE.
CLOTHES CLEANED
and REPAIRED.
6farrat aarfrtiSfMfit$
li. HOSE,
JS'otarx Public.
Collector and General Business
Agent.
Mutual Telfj&oaeS. P.O.BoxSSS.
Merckint street, Hoaolala.
Thbo. P. Sevkrw. A. W. Boisrou
ALOHA GALLERY!
513 Mtr'SrsMiw. Hoxoun.c.
(Up-stairs.)
Portraits & Landscapes
Fiaent Coliretjoir of Havaika Tim.
P. O. Box 408.
Elias Kaululaau Wright
DENTIST,
Ceraerfof King aad Bethel Stj., Upstair,
EatrsacM on Kieg Street.
Office Hours From 9 a.m. to
12 ra., 1 to 4 p.m. 2E" Sundays
excepted. '
ESTABLISHED A.' D. 1863.
Pioneer Steam
Candy Facidry !
IBAKEEYamd
Ice Cream Parlors
F. HORN, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL
CoDfccfaer S OniiMter
la all branches of the bn&ineiH 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 establishment in Ho
nolulu. FamiliJ rjfthan FanGiJ ffread,
Guava Jolly,
Preserved Tamarinds
and
Tamarind Syrup.
ALL CONFECTIONERY
Manufactured at my Eslab
lieh&eat are Guaranteed it be Positively
Pure and sold a prices bo
other establiskBest can
compete witfe.
FACTORY k STORE,
No. 71 Hotel Stexey,
Betwaea Nnuaa ad Fort Streets
Kmi TELXK30NES So. 74.
THE FRIEND.
The October number of tl'su
Friend is out and is continued -4m-the
usual lying and black-guaid
ing stylo which has been char
acteristic of the somi-religiot a
sheet. The editor continues to.
meddle in politics and shows k s
asinine proclivities from first 'o
last Ho of all aon kaowa if
coursQ all about tho fatare cf
Hawaii and pretends to ba tn
rapport with leading statesmen
in Washington. Ho raiteratf
the absurd statement that it a
tho intention of tho TJ. S. ad
ministration to establish a pro
tectorate over the present pre- '
visional government in Hawaii; OI
course ho also claims to know that
"there are no thoughts by the
Washington statesmen of revive-.
ing tho monarchy, nor to give any
such extension of suffrage as
would admit tho iccapablo clas- -
ses ip participation in govern- .
mont" As the old party will .
wake up and get a surprise ono
of " theso days, wo don't take
much notico of his imbecile ram
blings. Ho attempts next to
answer tho open letter of Mr. '
Thoophilus Davies, and gets all
muddled in the attempt It is - (
amusing when ho in his "reply"
as ho .calls, it mentions Messrs. .
Kauhane, Desha, Josepa and
Kalna as 'tho best of tho intolh-
gent and capable men of Ha-.
waii." Anybody knowing the
spocimons whom ho parades
as intelligent and capable, will A
know how much weight and im
portance to place on Mr. Soreno
E. Bishop's assertions in tho
Friend. Tho childish old man
also tries to get after Nordhoff,
a journalist, whoso boots ho isn't
worthy of blackening, and ho in
another place quotes Mr. Mc
Arthur of the Troy Budget, the
gentleman to whom wo are in
debted for the publication of
Frank Judd's letter. Tho so-called
Reverend Sereno doesn't print
Judd's letter though. The. sen a I
amount of gosaip about the palaco
ball and other worldly affairs
play an important rola, and take up
much spaco in tho. Frisd, About
religious matter, there is of
course nothing no raoro in
fact, than tho re is true Christian
ity in tho heart and mind of tho
Friend's editor. If he should
change tho titlo of his paper ' aad
call it "The Enemy" he would
take a very appropriate step aad
he would havo just as many or as
few subscribers as kt'KOW eajoyg.
"flave you heard, Doctor, what
was the weoe of Dr. MaUigaa's
experiment in irMiiBgafaae by
the removal of ifee "drum of the
earf
"No. 1 have ot; but-from y
nei bearing I j&4fa.torre wxs not
hing,to tell. The Lcrdf de lLa
dram, and perhaps M&lHgaa heped
he might bat the Tyrd, aad tri,
bt only beat the druv' Life.
Ti lova that atakfe the world
1 round,
These werds we often hear,
Bat the mmt hnocaa9a k lbucd
la drinking wine with ber.
Life.
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