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HAWAII jPRQGRfesst HOLOMUA.
" TIclo Hiife of tle XiSL3Q.d. Is ISstaTolIsIbied. In. 2SIfcLteo"uis:n.ess." Vol. I. No. 47. HONOLULU. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1893. Per Month 50 Cis HiWA,ll holopa.! 15 PUBLISHED Every A fternoon EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE Holomua, Publishing Do, At Eing St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. X. SUBSCRIPTION, per Month, 50 Cts. The paper is delivered by Carriers in the town and suburbs. Single Copies for Sale at the News Dealers and at the Office of publication. Abraham Fernandez, - Manager Edmund Norrie, - - Editor jNTOTICE. All Business Communications should be addressed to Abraham Fernandez, Hono lulu, II. I. Correspondence and Communications for pnbli cation should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Kolomna. Xo notico will be paid to any anonymous communications. gusinciSjs (Sards A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIOrHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMAN, ATTORNEY AT. LAW." 314 Merchant Street, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. CLARENCE W. ASHFORD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office. Old Capitol Building, (Honolulu Hale), adjoining i'ost Uthce, Honolulu. J. M. DAYLDSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 306 Merchant St., Office (Mutual) 'lei. lbU, JKesidonco b(. S. K. KA-NE, " ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: Corner Kins and Bethel stroete, up-stairs. JOHN LOTA KAULTJKOU, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office, corner King it Bethel Sts. F. H. RED WARD, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, No. 506 King Street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. BRUGE & A. J. GARTWRIGHT Business of a Fiduciary Natnre Transacted. Prompt attention given to the management of Estates, Guardianships. Trusts, etc., etc., etc Offices, :' GartwrigU Building, Merchant Street, Honolulu. &DNSSX1FES & DD,, Importers & Dealers in Groceries, Wines, Spirits, &c. Queen St., Honolulu. gusinc&s (Cards MACFARLANE & CO. Dealers in Wines and Spirits Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu. H. F. BERTELMANN, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, S6 King St., Bell Telephone 107. CHAS. MOLTENO, TONSORIAL ARTIST, No. 511 King Street, Honolulu, TT T rf-i f t xi. x. ijive mo a trial. Bell Telephone 3S 1 . P. .0. Box 32 W. W. WRIGHT & SON, Carriage and Wagon Builders IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 79 and SO King Street, Honolulu, H. I. H. E. McINTXRE &JBBO., Grocery, Feed Store it Bakery, Corner of King and Fort Sts., Honolulu. J. PHILLIPS, PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS.FITTER COPPER-SMITH, House and Ship Job "Work Promptly Executed. No. 71 King Street, Honolulu. l-I. LOSE. jtSJ"6ta;ry Public. Collector and General Business ' Agent. Mutual Telephoned. P. O. Box 33S. Merchant street, Honolulu. MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE, S. L SHAW, PnorniETon, CHOICE LIO UORS and FINE BEER, Corner of King and Nuuanu Sts., Mutual Tel. 423. Honolulu, dr. Mclennan, 131 Fort Street. Office Honrs: 9 A.M. to 12 M.: 3 to 5 P.M. Office Tel. 6S2-McnuiResidence Tel. 257. Elias Kan I ulaau Wright DENTIST, Q 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. 53" Sundays excepted. - Bell Telephone 3S1. Post Office BojI32. W.W. WRIGHT &S0N Gauriase & Wasoiv Builders u u In All Its Branches. Horseshoeing A SPECIALTY. 79 and 80 King St, Honolulu. G. W. MACFARLAIfE & CO., Importers & Commission MERCHANTS, Honolulu, - Hawaiian Islands THOMAS LINDSAY. MannfacluringX Jeweler and "Watchmaker, Mclnerny Block, 403 Fort St., Honolulu. "FAT BOY." BAY HORSE M SALOON ! P. McINERNY, Fkoi'KIeiok, Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer. Corner Bethel axd Hotel Sts. H. May & Co., Tea Dealers, Coffee Roasters $ Provision Merchants 93 .Fort Street, - Honolulu Families, Plantations and Ships supplied with choicest European & American Groceries California Produce by Every Steamer. CITY MEAT MARKET Oppo. Queen Emma Hall, Established 18S3. JOS. TINKER, FANIILYSaBUTCHER Maker of the Celebrated Cambridge Pork Sausage ! Try The.m. Meat Delivered to Any Part of the City and Suburbs. Mutual Telephone Number 2S9 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 fc Scott's Freight and Parcels Express. Agent for the Burlington Route. Real Estate Broter ana General Agent. Bell Tel. SMS; Mut. Tel. 139; P. O. Box 415. OFFICE: No. 38 MERCHANT Street, Honolulu, H. I. CHOCK LOOK, Merchant Tailor Xo. 321 Nuuanu Street, ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO FIT, and MADE in -- the BEST STYLE. CLOTHES CLEANED and REPAIRED. ESTABLISHED A. D. 1S63. Pioneer Steam Gandy Factory ! J3 .A. 3BC 22 DR 5T amd Ice Cream Parlors F. HORN, Proprietor. PRACTICAL Goofcctioncr el Oruaiucnter In 11 branches of the business on these islands. AMERICAN, FRENCH, ENG LISH axd 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 aharji FanciJ Bread, Guava Jelly, Preserved Tamarinds and Tamarind Syrup. ALL CONFECTIONERY Manufactured at my Estab lishment are Guaranteed to bo Positively Pure and sold at prices no other establishment can compete' with. FACTORY & STORE, No. 71 Hotel Street, Between Nuuanu and Fort Streots BOTH TELEPHONES No. 74. Eewarcl. A Postal Savings Bank Book No. 465 has been lost at my resi dence during this month. Who ever finds it and returns same at my residence at Heeia. Koolau poko, Oahu, or at the law office of Jas. K. Kaulia, in Honolulu, will receive a reward. Mrs. Mikala Kaullv. Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1S93. oct23 lm LEWIS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers AND PROVISION DEALERS. FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE By Every San Francisco Steamer. Salt Salmon rx Barrels a Specialty. Ill Fori Si., Honolulu. P. O. Box 2gj. Tel. 240, -3STEW- Eufope&n ftufflnti, No. 509 Hotel Street Steak. Ham & Eggs for 25 cts. Boarding $4:50 per week, or 21 Meal Tickets for 4:50. Fowl three times a week, cooking on first class style. Meals at all hours. CHOCK SING, oct26 lm Proprietor. I Breach or Promise Case. In January, 1SS6, a banker's clerk of the name of Steinweig made the acquaintance of Fanny Stevens, aged twenty twe, the daughter of a jt waller. Stcinweg fell desperately in love with tho young lady, proposed to her, and it was decided that they should be married in the summer of the same year. When the auspicious dy was close at hand, Steinweg de clared, with tears in his eys, that the consummation of his happi ness would have to be postjoned, a3 he could not find suitable lodg ings. Tho 26th March, 1SS7, wsa then fixed for the wedding. Cn. the 32th March Steinwcg came weeping to inform his intended that his salarv was too small for such an adorable wife. And so he went on for five yoirs, always finding some niw pretext for deferring tho marriage. Once or twice he was taken suddenly ill just before the day appointed. At other times he -brought on a temporary quarrel, and on the 5th Novemper last, when bis stock of subterfuges wes exhausted, he wrote to tho young lady as follows: "When you read these lines I shall have taken my departure to a better world, where a man may clasp the girl of his choice to his breast without the necessity of go ing to the expense of furnishing a hoase, .which, for the present, I find to be impossible." Half mad with terror, Miss Ste vens hurried off to the lodgings of her finance, and found him sitting in front of a glass of punch, smok ing a cigar I The other day, when called upon to explain his conduct at the assize courts, be indignantly exclaimed: "There has been no breach! T hereby pledge myself afresh to mar ry Fanny on the 2Gth March, 1?91.: Judge and jury would have none of his promises, and the bankers clerk was sentenced to pay 2.0C0 marks damages. As the defendant was Teaving the court, the judge called after him: "I must remind you that the law brooks no delay; you will have to find the money and costs within eight days from now." Tagliche Iiundschau. rrcYcntinir Chicken i'ox. Owing to his vigilance and tho constancy of his labors in tho earliar part of tho year; tho poul try raiser is apt to take things easier now, and liable to neglect to keep tho coops of his chickens clean. But they need just as much attention now ns ever, more if there is any difference, for the amount of droppings in creases with tho size o tho chickens. It is in unclean coop- that the chicken pox usually appears. About the sides of tho face and on tho comb, vattle3 and earlobes, may be noticed, scabs. If nothing is done for them, the disease sometimes so spreads as to make the heml n. solid sore, and even to destrn the sight and cause death. Re move the scabs and rub in dry sulphur twice a day. A fow applications will usually effect a cure. In the South this disease is treated with an ointment of salt and lard rubbed into tho sores. A few applications will suffice. A little sulphur in tho food is helpfql. (American Agricidturest.